STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT OF THE RURAL AREA SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT RESPECTING THE PRINCIPLE OF BIOECONOMICS AND ECOECONOMICS AS BASICS FOR PROTECTING THE ENVIRONMENT

Published in Scientific Papers. Series "Management, Economic Engineering in Agriculture and rural development", Vol. 17 ISSUE 4
Written by Romulus IAGARU, Pompilica IAGARU

The development of the rural area, of the rural community respectively, constitutes a complex and uptodate research subject because it relies on two basic elements closely interdependent: the source of sustainable resources that may generate development and, the inhabitants of the rural area reprezenting both factor of action and consume as beneficiaries of the development. In this context, the present approach to conduct research leading to the design of strategic options for the development and diversification of the rural economy according to the principles of bio and ecoeconomy is justified and will try to meet the challenge of identifying those elements that lead to integration of the main activities in rural areas (agriculture, aquaculture, fishing, forestry, manufacturing, etc..), and to diversification of the rural economy while maintaining a balance between the need to preserve and promote rural tradition and impending modernization of rural life. It catalyzes the need to identify specific solutions to rural development imposed by its characteristics, by the change across all activities in rural areas and frequent reorganizations, or continuous adaptations to cope with changes produced both in and outside the countryside and which evolve over time and are characterized by dynamic random or unpredictable new elements.

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IAGARU R., IAGARU P. 2017, STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT OF THE RURAL AREA SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT RESPECTING THE PRINCIPLE OF BIOECONOMICS AND ECOECONOMICS AS BASICS FOR PROTECTING THE ENVIRONMENT. Scientific Papers. Series "Management, Economic Engineering in Agriculture and rural development", Vol. 17 ISSUE 4, PRINT ISSN 2284-7995, 167-172.


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