This study focuses on measures that governments can take to promote employment in rural areas. Four policy fields are examined: direct aid, indirect aid, human resources, and infrastructure.Nevertheless, there are good reasons for believing that access to credit and venture capital is more difficult in rural areas, and that ... or are based upon credit scoring standards developed for urban environments, which leads to many rural businesses being considered high risk. In rural areas the combination of high transaction costs, risk aversity by lenders, small loan size, and the lower managerialanbsp;...
|Title||:||Creating employment for rural development|
|Author||:||Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development|
|Publisher||:||Organization for Economic - 1995|