Use of the EU Public Funds in Agriculture on the Example of the Western Pomeranian Region

Sienkiewicz, Julia Joanna
April 2009
Economic Science for Rural Development Conference Proceedings;2009, Issue 18, p99
Academic Journal
The paper presents an evaluation of the European Union public funds' absorption in the Polish agriculture after accession to the Community. Particular emphasis has been placed on the relations between the Rural Development Programme (RDP) and structural changes in agriculture of the Western Pomeranian Province.


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