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The micro-dynamics of change in Australian agriculture, 1976-2001

by Neil Barr

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The aim is to provide a better understanding of the changes within rural Australia, particularly in the farm sector and the implications for resource management. While rural adjustment trends are well documented in other countries such as Canada and the United Sates, this is not so in Australia. This publication explores methods of combining socio-economic data of persons and households from the Population Census with agricultural activity data from farms as collected by the Agricultural Census to help provide some answers.… (more)
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The aim is to provide a better understanding of the changes within rural Australia, particularly in the farm sector and the implications for resource management. While rural adjustment trends are well documented in other countries such as Canada and the United Sates, this is not so in Australia. This publication explores methods of combining socio-economic data of persons and households from the Population Census with agricultural activity data from farms as collected by the Agricultural Census to help provide some answers.

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