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Authors: Richmond, R.N.
Durbin, S.I.
Issue Date: 1977-09
Abstract: A widening range of rural adjustment assistance measures is being utilised, thereby increasing the range of government organisations involved. In choosing between these measures additional government and non-government research is required, with proposed policies accounting for the division of responsibility for assistance that exists between government organisations. There is also a need for greater policy co-ordination between these organisations, and a proposal for the establishment of a N.S.W. Rural Adjustment Advisory Council is outlined.
Institution/Association: Review of Marketing and Agricultural Economics>Volume 45, Number 03, September 1977
Total Pages: 8
Language: English
From Page: 101
To Page: 108
Collections:Volume 45, Number 03, September 1977

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