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      SUSTAINABLE RURAL DEVELOPMENT AND THE EFFECTS OF EDUCATION, DEMOGRAPHY AND ACCESS IN THE AGRICULTURAL SECTOR STRUCTURE AND EFFICIENCY

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      CBU Research Institute

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          The correlation between Education and Development has been widely investigated under the point of view of Economics, referring to the labour-intensive sectors and effects on their efficiency, as well as in the Social Sciences point of view, by focusing on the characteristics of the rural population, structure and cohesion, gender issues and the output it has on the development of agriculture in a given area. Referring to access policies into Agri-environmental schemes we will discuss the adoption of new technologies for sustainable rural development, environmental enhancement of the farm and the caution laissez-faire attitude to environmental protection. The data set selected for elaboration on this article are produced by the ISTAT institute on tome series from 2010 to 2015. Attention in this paper was focused on whether education level, age and gender has influenced social policies and the decision-making of producer policies. The results of this research are to investigate and affect factors on agricultural development by proposing a specific framework of analysis and interpretation including correlations existing between age, education and farmer contractors, demographic density changes and the empirical approaches, adopted by rural sociologist.

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          CBU International Conference Proceedings
          CBUP
          CBU Research Institute
          1805-9961
          1805-997X
          September 30 2019
          September 30 2019
          : 7
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          10.12955/cbup.v7.1410
          cdf2c32b-e437-4d46-8f93-a232560ce97f
          © 2019

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