Rural Employment and Rural-Urban Population Shifts: Discussion

Shaffer, Ron E.
December 1979
American Journal of Agricultural Economics;Dec79, Vol. 61 Issue 5, p975
Academic Journal
Comments on articles about rural employment and rural-urban population shifts. Criticisms on settlement patterns; Factors to consider in the assessment of income differentials; Implications of the movement to small communities for land use.


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