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Amenity resources in rural economies

Amenity resources in rural economies

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Published by Congressional Research Service, Library of Congress in [Washington, D.C.] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Rural development -- United States -- Bibliography,
  • Tourism -- United States -- Bibliography

  • Edition Notes

    StatementTed L. Burch, George H. Siehl, Judy Noritake
    SeriesMajor studies and issue briefs of the Congressional Research Service -- 1990, reel 13, fr. 0923
    ContributionsSiehl, George H, Noritake, Judy, Library of Congress. Congressional Research Service
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination21 p.
    Number of Pages21
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15173887M

    economic structural change and growth fail to capture these non-market attributes of the rural natural resource base (Marcouiller and Deller). The intent of this research is to expand our understanding of the nature and extent of economic structural changes in the rural United States with a particular focus on the role of non-market amenity.   The natural amenities that often characterize the rural landscape, whether lakes and mountains or ruggedness and small-town charm, can offer struggling communities an option for economic development and can inject population and money into an area. Indeed, rural areas with natural amenities are some of the turnaround stories of the s. The population in the .

      Development of the amenity based rural economy am 4. Q & A Panel am 5. Close am. “resources” for the development of rural areas. architecture, marketing, book publishing, graphic design, information technology, wellness and counselling, financial management, more.   Review: Global Amenity Migration: Transforming Rural Culture, Economy & Landscape Edited by Laurence A. G. Moss and Romella S. Glorioso Joshua D. Oswalt Journal of Planning Education and Research 2, Author: Joshua D. Oswalt.

      This book is highly recommended to academic researchers, as well as citizens and their decision-makers, planners, and managers struggling with amenity-led sociocultural, economic, and biophysical transformations of rural communities and their natural ecologies. Open access article: please credit the authors and the full : Laurence A. G. Moss.   resources) into rural areas. New imperatives and opportunities for economic development emerge within the amenity based rural economy. Join this webinar to learn more about the amenity based rural development approach including: 1. Which BC rural amenities can be used in ABRD; 2. How economies can be created from the use and conservation of.


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Amenities and Rural Development explores the paradigmatic shift in how we view land resources and the potential for development in amenity-rich rural regions. Amenity-based growth can lead to several paths, based largely on proximity to urban areas and the type of development that occurs, whether it be seasonal residents, retirees, or : Hardcover.

It then proposes a 'new rural economics' that acknowledges the full range of human-ecosystem and urban-rural interdependencies. It explores the relationship between natural resources and economic growth, and considers the prospects for amenity-driven growth that would benefit both new and traditional inhabitants of rural : Paperback.

Amenities and Rural Development explores the paradigmatic shift in how we view land resources and the potential for development in amenity-rich rural regions. Amenity-based growth can lead to several paths, based largely on proximity to urban areas and the type of development that occurs, whether it be seasonal residents, retirees, or : Hardcover.

Amenities and Rural Development explores the paradigmatic shift in how we view land resources and the potential for development in amenity-rich rural regions. Amenity-based growth can lead to several paths, based largely on proximity to urban areas and the type of development that occurs, whether it be seasonal residents, retirees, or by: In most rural areas, the potential of many natural and cultural resources remains untapped.

Harnessing such amenities, however, involves striking a balance between use and conservation. In many cases, maintenance of rural amenities depends on a degree of local economic activity -- without it there is a danger of degradation.

Amenity resources, defined as anything that provides 'beauty, pleasure, or experiences unique to the locale', are the cornerstone on which to build a community tourism system while enhancing life quality for area by: Earlier studies have concluded that a “retiree economy” is a viable approach for rural economic sustainability.

Using specific measures of natural amenities that are variant over time; this study examined the role that natural amenity resources have played in attracting by:   Industries once considered the backbone of rural economies have been transformed by globalization and marketing while others, such as tourism and amenity-based economies, and the service sector, in general, have emerged to replace the traditional industry-based economies.

This project estimates the impacts of regional economic growth. rural economies: Rural growth measures have been more fully developed for the land-dependent sectors of farming, forestry, food and environmental services.

Whilst these are important for the nation, in many rural areas we need to look to other sectors that are the primary engines for growth. — Rural economies should be treated as cross File Size: 2MB. Amenity, by contrast, relates to the group of problems which arise when changes in land use are proposed.

The amenity value of land is another example of an externality which must be taken into account when conversion is under : M. Whitby, K. Willis.

Amenities and Rural Development explores the paradigmatic shift in how we view land resources and the potential for development in amenity-rich rural regions. Amenity-based growth can lead to several paths, based largely on proximity to urban areas and the type of development that occurs, whether it be seasonal residents, retirees, or tourism.

Most land in the United States is in rural areas, as are the sources of most of its fresh water and almost all its other natural resources. One of the first books to approach resource economics and rural studies as interconnected areas of study, Frontiers in Resource and Rural Economics integrates the work of 18 leading scholars to focus on two complex interdependencies -- one.

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economic recovery as well as the developments in the agricultural sector itself. Keywords: Transition economies, rural livelihoods, rural non-farm economy, rural poverty, rural development. The author would like to thank Mr. Lovendal, Prof.

Hare, Prof. Hebblethwaite and Dr. Bezemer for earlier comments on this paper. Amenities and Community Economic Development: Strategies for Sustainability issue of the relationship between natural resources and economic de vel-opment remains a critical issue for many rural areas, however, because the effects of amenity strategies for rural devel opment and economic well-being.

Defining AmenitiesCited by: Economics Books. This section contains free e-books and guides on Economics, some of the resources in this section can be viewed online and some of them can be downloaded.

Rural Financial Intermediaries, Micro Finance, Social Networks and Informal Institutions, Property Rights and Credit Market, Credit Market Imperfections and Poverty Traps. on how rural areas are classified. For example, targeting of assistance programs for education, access to medical services, poverty alleviation, and broadband expansion depends on the status of these services in an area.

Eligibility for assistance programs will depend on whether an individual is classified as living in a rural Size: 1MB. Importance of the Environment: This diagram illustrates how society and the economy are subsets of the is not possible for societal and economic systems to exist independently from the environment.

For this reason, natural resource economics focuses on understanding the role of natural resources in the economy in order to develop a sufficient and sustainable economy. 1 November Global Amenity Migration: Transforming Rural Culture, Economy and Landscape. what I found especially valuable was the book's extension of the “amenity migration” remit beyond “permanent internal migration to scenic areas” to begin to embrace more temporary relocations and international migration flows (not least from Cited by: From the reviews: “The book will be of interest to scholars and practitioners concerned with rural and regional change and development.

This book is highly recommended to academic researchers, as well as citizens and their decision-makers, planners, and managers struggling with amenity-led sociocultural, economic, and biophysical transformations of rural. 2 Asset-Based Economic Development and Building Sustainable Rural Communities, Part 1 to fill those gaps.

Needs-based economic development can be more subject to the boom-and-bust cycle, or to changes in the state or federal policy environment.5 When pursuing asset based economic development, it is important for communities both to identify assets.In a long term study of rural residents economic well being, Hunter et al () found that "long term rural families residing in high-growth amenity and recreation areas tend to have higher.Introduction to Rural Planning: Economies, Communities and Landscapes provides a critical analysis of the key challenges facing rural places and .