Methodology For Modeling Rural Development - Case Study From The Western Balkans
This paper tries to find more efficient approach to defining the attributes and goals of rural development policy. The proposed methodology for defining the future role of rural regions within the socio-economic framework of the Western Balkans enables a very precise and transparent definition of rural development goals.
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