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Author:Novack, Nancy 

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An economic resurgence in the rural economy

Main Street Economist , Issue Jan

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New approaches to rural policy : lessons from around the world : a conference summary

New approaches to rural policy are badly needed, as past reliance on subsidies and policies focused on a single sector are yielding diminishing results. Fortunately, a new frontier of policy experiments is emerging, and this frontier holds great promise in helping rural regions seize new economic potential. ; This was the consensus of more than 120 leading officials and rural policy experts from around the world who gathered near Washington, D.C., on March 25-26, 2004, to explore new approaches to rural policy. The conference was jointly sponsored by the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City, ...
Economic Review , Volume 89 , Issue Q III , Pages 97-104

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U.S. agricultural credit conditions: drought strikes the plains

Main Street Economist , Issue 8

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Roar of the dragon : the Asian upside for U.S. agriculture

Main Street Economist , Issue May

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The new U.S. meat industry

Main Street Economist , Issue Apr

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Producer alliances in the new agriculture

Main Street Economist , Issue Aug

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Innovations in rural governance : 2003 annual report

Main Street Economist , Issue Jan

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Termination of the Rabobank and Farm Credit Services of America sale

Main Street Economist , Issue Nov

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A resurgent rural economy spurs farmland values

The rural economy broke free from the reins of recession in 2004 with an especially strong performance in the farm sector. Net farm income easily surpassed the record high of 2003. And the weakness that plagued the nonfarm rural economy in recent years appears to have been replaced with stronger job growth and higher incomes. Strong performances in the farm and nonfarm sectors have led to soaring land values. Rising incomes are often capitalized into asset values, and the past year was no exception. Rising rural incomes quickly led to strong land value gains. Since real estate is rural ...
Economic Review , Volume 90 , Issue Q I , Pages 59-82

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Will rains and a national recovery spur a rural rebound?

Main Street Economist , Issue Dec



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