2 edition of Planning for interagency cooperation in rural development found in the catalog.
Planning for interagency cooperation in rural development
David L. Rogers
Bibliography: p. 145-146.
|Statement||by David L. Rogers, Edward L. Glick.|
|Series||CARD report ; 45, CARD report ;, 45.|
|Contributions||Glick, Edward L., joint author.|
|LC Classifications||HN90.C6 R63|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iii leaves, 153 p. :|
|Number of Pages||153|
|LC Control Number||75622696|
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Rogers, Edward L. Glick. Planning for comprehensive rural development requires an understand ing of the formal organizations involved in delivering services and their willingness or reluctance to enter into interagency commitments with one another. The problems in building cooperative, interagency relations amongAuthor: David L.
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Also, the effort was supported by the Small Community Water Infrastructure Exchange. On Januthe principals of the federal participants executed an interagency.a critical objective of countries.
This has had an effect on rural development pol-icy. Generating economic growth and job opportunities has become a key priority in low (or lower) density regions. Advancing rural development policy and analysis The New Rural Paradigm was a response to changing conditions in rural areas.