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Política de organización del programa DRI

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  • Alonso Cardona Arango

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Since 1976 the Program of Integrated Rural Development designed, among other state programs for the rural sector, a policy for peasant’s organization. Its application has had several difficulties: the inconsistency of the policy design, the operational restrictions of the institutions in charge and the lack of common objectives among them; the ignorant about organization policy effects in the "veredas" life; and finally, the Programs incapacity to meet producer’s expectations. Nevertheless, the system of committees created by the DRI program at every town and "vereda" has been widely accepted by benefit peasants, since it gives them, as small scale rural producers, die cohesive mean to establish more advantageous relations with the government’s administration.

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  • Alonso Cardona Arango, 1985. "Política de organización del programa DRI," Lecturas de Economía, Universidad de Antioquia, Departamento de Economía, issue 18, pages 163-191.
  • Handle: RePEc:lde:journl:y:1985:i:18:p:163-191
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