Centre for Rural Research Annual Review 2004

ISBN 1 870558 84 7; January 2005; Price £15

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Aimed at readers interested in a wide range of rural matters, the Centre for Rural Research Annual Review contains articles based on research work undertaken by Centre staff in the previous year. The 2004 Review provides the latest academic research in a readable and accessible manner. See below for the list of contents.

Contents

TitleAuthor(s)
The Role of Women in the South West Rural Economy Carol Morris and Jo Little
Global Action Plan: Promoting Rural Sustainability? Stewart Barr and Andrew Gilg
The Political Geography of EU Agricultural Policy Adjustment Michael Winter
The Impact of CAP Reform on Devon's Agriculture Matt Lobley and Allan Butler
What Scope for Improving Farm Business Performance? Martin Turner and Keith Robbins
Provision, Participation and Penetration: Objective 1 Vocational Training in Cornwall Allan Butler and Phil Le Grice
The 'Modernisation' of Agriculture in Devon during the Second World War: Uncovering Alternative Narratives Mark Riley and David Harvey
Nitrogen Losses on Dairy Farms: Towards Improved Management Practices Martin Turner and Keith Robbins
The Economics of Broiler Production: A Pioneering Venture by the Centre for Rural Research Andrew Sheppard
Un-accomplishing the Rural Future Robert Fish
Agricultural Restructuring: The Potential Role of Joint Venture Arrangements Martin Turner and John Hambly

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