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  • Author:
    T. J. D Fair
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    0798300833
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    978-0798300834
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    Africa Institute of South Africa; 1st edition (1983)
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Rural America’s economy is in decline, and trying to fix it by turning small towns into tech hubs isn't working. Jobs and wages in small town America played catch-up with big cities until the mid 1980s. During the economic recovery of 1992 to 1996, 135,000 new businesses were started in small counties, a third of the nation’s total.

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Government of Zimbabwe (1981) Growth with equity: An Economic Policy Statement. 1986) Rural Industries and Growth Points. Issues in an Ongoing Policy debate in Zimbabwe, Occasional paper n. Department of Rural and urban Planning, UZ, Harare.

Rural-urban migration tends to play a central role in analyses of Zambian society. Migration from the rural areas is seen as a major cause for rural stagnation. Zambia is, by African standards, a highly urbanized country and has experienced an explosive urbanization since independence. Consequently it is a major policy goal of the Zambian government to reverse this trend towards more urbanization.

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