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Demographischer Wandel, Öffentliche Daseinsvorsorge und Landwirtschaft in peripher-ländlichen Räumen: Ergebnisse einer Befragung in der Altmark, Sachsen-Anhalt

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  • Wolz, Axel
  • Weiss, Wolfgang

Viele Regionen - besonders in Ostdeutschland - werden durch sinkende Geburtenraten und selektive Abwanderung geprägt. Viele Kommunen sind nicht mehr in der Lage, ihren gesetzlichen Verpflichtungen bei der öffentlichen Daseinsvorsorge nachzukommen. Entgegen dem allgemeinen Trend nimmt die Bedeutung der Landwirtschaft in peripher-ländlichen Räumen stetig zu. Im Rahmen einer Erhebung in der Region Altmark wurde untersucht, ob landwirtschaftliche Betriebe Probleme haben, ausreichend Arbeitskräfte zu rekrutieren. Zusätzlich wurde die Frage analysiert, ob landwirtschaftliche Betriebe Willens bzw. auch wirtschaftlich in der Lage sind, Maßnahmen der öffentlichen Daseinsvorsorge in ländlichen Regionen zu leisten.

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Paper provided by German Association of Agricultural Economists (GEWISOLA) in its series 53rd Annual Conference, Berlin, Germany, September 25-27, 2013 with number 156251.

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Date of creation: 2013
Handle: RePEc:ags:gewi13:156251
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