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References Andersson, Anna; Höjgård, Sören; Rabinowicz Ewa. (2017). Evaluation of results and adaptation of EU Rural Development Programmes. Land Use Policy 67: 298–314. Bakos, Izabella Mária; Tamus, Antalné; Takács György, Katalin. (2014). A vidékfejlesztési támogatások területi eltérései Románia és Magyarország összevetésében [Spatial distribution of rural development funds in Romania and Hungary – A comparative study]. Erdélyi Múzeum 2014/4. Cluj-Napoca: EME Könyvkiadó. 118–129. Bakucs, Zoltán; Fertő, Imre. (2013). A vidékfejlesztési programok

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