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Evaluation of the quality of life as a support to the management of interventions for rural development

, : Evaluation of the quality of life as a support to the management of interventions for rural development. European policy experiences witrh rural development Selection of papers from the 73rd Seminar of the European Association of Agricultural Economists EAAE, Ancona, Italy, 28-30 June, 2001: 99-120

This paper explores the relationship between quality of life and rural development policy. It provides a methodological contribution to the evaluation of the quality of life in the rural environment, aimed at supporting the design and the management of rural development policies.


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