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Demographic and economic trends in a rural Europe in transition

@inproceedings{Johansson2014DemographicAE,
  title={Demographic and economic trends in a rural Europe in transition},
  author={Mats Johansson and Pia Nilsson and Hans Weslund},
  year={2014}
}
Rural Europe is in a phase of huge transition both from a demographic and economic-structural point of view. This paper is focused on demographic and economic-structural changes in differing rural areas and the connection between these processes. This does not exclude the relations to urban areas as population changes in rural areas cannot be analyzed without taking the urban population development on board in the analyses. This is of course especially important with regard to the migratory… Expand

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