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Social and economic impacts of U.S. rural industrial development

Richard S. Krannich

Social and economic impacts of U.S. rural industrial development

a working bibliography

by Richard S. Krannich

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Published by Council of Planning Librarians in Monticello, Ill .
Written in English

    Places:
  • United States
    • Subjects:
    • Rural development -- United States -- Bibliography.,
    • Rural industries -- United States -- Bibliography.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby Richard S. Krannich and John F. Schnell.
      SeriesExchange bibliography - Council of Planning Librarians ; 1365
      ContributionsSchnell, John F., joint author.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsZ5942 .C68 no. 1365, Z7164.C842 .C68 no. 1365, HN90.C6 .C68 no. 1365
      The Physical Object
      Pagination12 p. ;
      Number of Pages12
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4277072M
      LC Control Number78302761

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Cooperative Economic (68) Criminology (38) Economics () Education () Industrial Relations and. THE IMPACT OF INDUSTRIALIZATION ON RURAL DEVELOPMENT CHAPTER ONE Introduction Statement of the Problem Industrialization is a major development initiative that brings about massive development to a community be it rural or urban.

With establishment of an industry the people stand to benefit in the way jobs are created security is provided. Development strategies and rural development: exploring synergies, eradicating poverty Cristo´bal Kay This essay reviews some of the main interpretations in development studies on agriculture’s contribution to economic development.

It explores the relationship between agriculture and industry as well as between the rural and urban sectors in. 1 ILO: World Economic and Social Outlook Transforming Jobs to End Poverty (Geneva ), p. 2 Mueller, B., and Chan, M. () ‘Wage labor, agriculture-based economies, and pathways out of poverty: taking stock of the evidence.’ LEO USAID report Number Washington, USAID.

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Sustainable rural development is vital to the economic, social and environmental viability of nations. It is essential for poverty eradication since global poverty is overwhelmingly rural. The manifestation of poverty goes beyond the urban-rural divide, it has subregional and regional contexts.

Biernacki, in International Encyclopedia of the Social & Behavioral Sciences, 3 Profit and Investment in Technology. Industrial development highlights the key economic tensions of capitalist societies.

The inputs of technology and labor at the worksite have a quantifiable market value, but the conduct of manufacture itself depends only on their qualitative use values. economic transformation that accompanies economic development, the farm sector as a share of the country’s GDP will decline as a country’s GDP grows (Kuznets, ; Chenery and Syrquin, ).

However, in rural areas, the outcome of economic growth on the agricultural and rural non farm (RNF) sector cannot be determined a priori.

INTRODUCTION. Background of the study ; In a uniform system of local government was introduced according to local government reforms of the primary motive is to take development direct from the center to the people at the rural areas through the local government hence the same reform () describes local government as a tool for rural development some of these motive.

2.a) Rural development is part of the overall socio-economic development. Rural poverty is caused primarily by a limited access to resources.

This limitation may result from an imbalance between population and available resources. In recent years, the impacts of industrial development on society, culture and diff erent forms of economic activity have gained equal importance in EIA.

SEIA can identify and distinguish numerous measurable impacts of a proposed development but not every impact may be signifi cant. Th e people who are impacted, directly. environmental conditions in both urban and rural areas. The World Development Report presents an alternative, albeit more difficult, path - one that, if taken, would allw future generations to witness improved environmental conditions accompanied by rapid economic development and the virtual eradication of widespread poverty.

The most widely agreed upon social impact of industrialization is urbanization; urbanization is the increase (both in population and in size) in the urban area.

It is caused by rural migration, which is itself caused by the increasing concentration of labor into factories. [ 4] I. The modern distribution of black Americans closely relates to the historical patterns of the black population.

Jay Shambaugh, Ryan Nunn and Stacy A. Anderson reflect on how U.S. policies have. Keywords: polarization, tourism development and consequence.

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However, a great deal depends on the public’s reaction to the disease. We then prepared estimates of the downstream impacts, including indirect and induced effects, using a customized economic impact model.

Lastly, we prepared estimates of fiscal impacts using a hybrid approach based on estimates of specific taxes (e.g. taxes on lodging and hotel property taxes), and the economic impact model.

THE ECONOMIC IMPACT OF TOURISM DEVELOPMENT Tourism alters the economic structure of a destination. The economic impact of tourism is the subject of analysis at two ways. One is generally positive about industry prospects while other is negative. Tourism is a major element of sources of capital and income to the local people.

Urbanization and economic development also drive expansion of the transportation network, which in turn often fragment habitats. Of particular concern in the context of biodiversity conservation are the road and railroad infrastructure.

Across Africa, there are 33 major development corridors, either proposed or already under construction. If.industrial share is % while services sector share is % of the GDP. Bhutto introduced land reforms to uplift the social and economic status of the rural.

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