Rural Development in the United States presents a comprehensive evaluation of the economic, environmental, and political implications of past rural development and a thorough consideration of the directions in which future development efforts should go. The authors have assembled the best of what is being thought and done with regard to rural development in the United States, and they place it in a broad theoretical, historical, and geographical context. Rural Development in the United States includes important information about how national and international trends affect rural communities and development strategies, and it will help guide rural economic development policy in the United States during the 1990s and beyond.
|Publication date:||1st March 1995|
|Author:||William A. Galston, Karen Baehler|
|Categories:||Rural communities, Economics,|
Karen Baehler is an Adjunct Professor in Public Policy at Victoria University and Adjunct Senior Lecturer with the Australia New Zealand School of Government (ANZSOG). She joined Victoria University of Wellington in 1999 after ten years working in the think-tank sector in Washington, DC. In addition to conducting academic research on New Zealand's liberal egalitarian traditions, Karen writes about and consults with government departments on outcomes management and the application of policy logic techniques. She is the co-author on Adding Value to Policy Analysis and Advice, a book on policy analysis and advising in Australasia.More About William A. Galston, Karen Baehler