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Joan Noguera Tur
Universidad de Valencia
España
Biografía
Andrew Copus
The James Hutton Institute
Vol. 55 Núm. 1 (2016), Artículos, Páginas 92-124
Recibido: Mar 24, 2015 Aceptado: Apr 29, 2016 Publicado: Jun 27, 2016
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Este trabajo presenta el proceso metodológico conducente a la elaboración de tipologías de desarrollo regional elaboradas en el marco del proyecto EDORA (European Development Opportunities for Rural Areas). Constituyen un importante punto de referencia en el proceso de actualización de los estereotipos que subyacen en el diseño e implementación de la política de desarrollo regional, y pueden convertirse en un instrumento de apoyo a la toma de decisiones mejor adaptado a la realidad regional europea.

 

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