An Overview of Rural Development Strategies for the Baltics

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1993-03-01
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Plakans, Andrejs
Fuller, Anthony
Raig, Ivar
Budvytis, Saulius
Budvytiene, Vilija
Wells, Betty
Schipper-Peters, Caroline
Tabuns, Aivars
Kazlauskas, Arturas
Kazlauskiene, Natalija
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Center for Agricultural and Rural Development

The Center for Agricultural and Rural Development (CARD) conducts innovative public policy and economic research on agricultural, environmental, and food issues. CARD uniquely combines academic excellence with engagement and anticipatory thinking to inform and benefit society.

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Historically, the Baltic states of Lithuania, Latvia, and Estonia have been known primarily as agricultural countries. This description has determined the significance of all the changes and reforms that have been undertaken in the agrarian sector, including both the production and social spheres. The current agricultural reform is not a completely unexpected new development; it was prepared and shaped as a result of almost two centuries of changes in the countryside.

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