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Record number 558109
Title Rural Resilience as a New Development Concept
Author(s) Heijman, Wim; Hagelaar, Geoffrey; Heide, Martijn van der
Source In: EU Bioeconomy Economics and Policies / Dries, L., Heijman, W., Jongeneel, R., Purnhagen, K., Wesseler, J., Cham : Palgrave (Palgrave Advances in Bioeconomy: Economics and Policies ) - ISBN 9783030286415 - p. 195 - 211.
DOI https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-28642-2_11
Department(s) WASS
Agricultural Economics and Rural Policy
Business Management & Organisation
Publication type Peer reviewed book chapter
Publication year 2019
Abstract This chapter aims to apply the ecological concept of ‘resilience’ to the socio-economic development of the rural region. It argues that two elements are crucial for and prerequisite to ‘rural resilience’: (1) regional specialisation and, connected with that, the development of regional clusters; and (2) the regional ability to transform. In our view rural resilience is shaped within the context of social, economic and environmental (biophysical) possibilities and constraints. This means that ‘rural resilience’ is inextricably connected to the design of the rural landscape; that is, landscape design and spatial organisation determine and influence ‘rural resilience’. In this chapter, we focus on two main functions of rural areas, namely agriculture and the supply of rural services, such as agro-tourism and nature and landscape management.
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