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Urbanization and Rural development


  • Molnar, Melinda


Urbanization means the growth of the number and size of the towns and the spreading of quality of life in towns (Enyedi, 1996). Naturally the growth and development is different in several parts of the world. On the other hand the urbanization is not only effect to towns. It has also an effect on rural region. Several attendant phenomenons belong to the urbanization (economic development, rural development, infrastructural development etc.). Primary target is to demonstrate the connection between urbanization and rural development.

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  • Molnar, Melinda, 2008. "Urbanization and Rural development," Bulletin of the Szent Istvan University 47552, Szent Istvan University, Faculty of Economics and Social Sciences.
  • Handle: RePEc:ags:siubul:47552

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