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The farm economy turns down

Economic Review , Volume 77 , Issue Q I , Pages 19-32

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Agriculture and the GATT: a time for change

Economic Review , Volume 74 , Issue Feb , Pages 21-42

Conference Paper
New directions for rural policy : closing discussion

Proceedings – Rural and Agricultural Conferences , Issue Oct , Pages 201-208

Journal Article
Financing rural America : a conference summary

After a steep recession in the 1980s, many rural places are mounting a strong economic comeback in the 1990s. Reflecting the economic turnaround, more people are moving to rural areas. Notwithstanding the improved rural economic picture, rural leaders remain concerned about rural America's economic future. Chief among these concerns is gaining access to capital to fuel continued growth. ; Many rural communities, especially those traditionally tied to agriculture, are trying to diversify their economic base, and capital is needed to finance new businesses. Housing is in short supply, and many ...
Economic Review , Volume 82 , Issue Q II , Pages 89-98

Monograph
The changing economy of the rural heartland--preface

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Journal Article
Meeting a new century of challenges in rural America

The Region , Volume 13 , Issue Dec , Pages 16-19, 38-42, 44

Conference Paper
Equity for rural America : a conference summary

Proceedings – Rural and Agricultural Conferences , Issue Aug , Pages 1-10

Journal Article
New policies for new economic engines

Main Street Economist , Issue Dec , Pages 10-11

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A new vision for agricultural policy

After six decades of evolution, U.S. agricultural policy may be about to enter a revolution. Ever since farm programs were created in the 1930s, farm policy has generally evolved along predictable lines. To be sure, over the past decade policy has tended to move in a market direction, but the goals and policy instruments remain amazingly akin to those put in place during the Great Depression. Now, federal fiscal discipline may cause the nation to rethink an antiquated farm policy and replace it with a much leaner, more targeted policy to answer the nation's food needs for the next century.> ...
Economic Review , Volume 80 , Issue Q III , Pages 63-78

Conference Paper
Overview panel comments : new governance for a new rural economy : reinventing public and private institutions

Proceedings – Rural and Agricultural Conferences , Issue May , Pages 147-149

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