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Preserving And Enhancing Solidarity And Thrust Capital In The Countryside. A Short Analysis In The General Context Of Agriculture Based Economy

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  • Done, Ioan
  • Andrei, Jean Vasile
  • Cicea, Claudiu

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It has become a well known fact that a sustainable development of humankind resides not only in preserving the environment but mainly in preserving solidarity between generations or within a generation. This sustainable development defined as a productive cooperation between generations implies a man nature relationship where the man is an element of nature not its master. The place where the interests of several generations come together as a hole is the countryside, for here the connection between nature, work and capital has a permanent and direct character. Therefore it is not by chance that man and land are primary components of a nation wealth. For the Romanian people eternity was born in the countryside, and the sacred aspects of life are better preserved here. In this context it is a priority to determine the real contribution that it has to Grass Domestic Product, the contribution it has to the preservation and augmentation of the national wealth, as basis for an increasing thrust capital.

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  • Done, Ioan & Andrei, Jean Vasile & Cicea, Claudiu, 2009. "Preserving And Enhancing Solidarity And Thrust Capital In The Countryside. A Short Analysis In The General Context Of Agriculture Based Economy," 113th Seminar, December 9-11, 2009, Belgrade, Serbia 57400, European Association of Agricultural Economists.
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