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Rural America; Volume 12, Issue 3; April 2001: Volume 12, Issue 3 ; April 2001

By Bowers, Douglas E.

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Title: Rural America; Volume 12, Issue 3; April 2001: Volume 12, Issue 3 ; April 2001  
Author: Bowers, Douglas E.
Volume: Volume 12, Issue 3
Language: English
Subject: Rural Systems, Agriculture, Economics
Collections: Periodicals: Journal and Magazine Collection (Contemporary), Rural America Journal Collection
Historic
Publication Date:
2001
Publisher: Us Department of Agriculture, Economic Research Service

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Description: Rural Development Perspectives (final issue in January 2003) highlighted the practical application of research in rural banking, demographics, housing, labor, and poverty, and the effect of farm policies on rural areas.

Summary
Summary: ""Overcoming Persistent Poverty and Sinking Into It: Income Trends in Persistent-Poverty and Other High-Poverty Counties, 1989-94,"" ""Rural Labor Markets Often Lead Urban Markets in Recessions and Expansions,"" ""Rural Industry Clusters Raise Local Earnings,"" ""Commuting and the Economic Functions of Small Towns and Places,"" ""Rural Areas in the New Telecommunications Era,"" ""Industrial Uses of Agricultural Products Such as Crambe Play a Role in Rural Community Development,"" ""Sustaining a Rural Black Farming Community in the South: A Portrait of Brooks Farm, Mississippi""

Table of Contents
Table of Contents: Frontmatter Overcoming Persistent Poverty And Sinking Into It: Income Trends in Persistent-Poverty and Other High-Poverty Rural Counties, 1989-94 Rural Labor Markets Often Lead Urban Markets in Recessions and Expansions Rural Industry Clusters Raise Local EarningsRural Industry Clusters Raise Local Earnings Commuting and the Economic Functions of Small Towns and Places Rural Areas in the New Telecommunications Era Industrial Uses of Agricultural Products Such as Crambe Play a Role in Rural Community Development Sustaining a Rural Black Farming Community in the South: A Portrait of Brooks Farm, Mississippi RDP Book Reviews

 

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