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Analysis of rural development timeline in Korean and Pakistan : What lessons Pakistan can learn?

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  • Shahbaz,Babar;Luqman,Muhammad;Cho,Gyoung-Rae
  • The Korean Society of International Agriculture


Title Analysis of rural development timeline in Korean and Pakistan
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What lessons Pakistan can learn?

Material Type Articles
Author(English)

Shahbaz,Babar; Luqman,Muhammad; Cho,Gyoung-Rae

Publisher

Seoul,South Korea : The Korean Society of International Agriculture

Date 2014
Journal Title; Vol./Issue The Korean Society of International Agriculture:vol.26(no.3)
Pages 13
Subject Country Pakistan(Asia and Pacific)
South Korea(Asia and Pacific)
Language English
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Subject Territorial Development < National Land Development
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Abstract

The main objective of this paper is to sequentially analyze the major themes in rural development by taking the case studies of Pakistan and Korea using the framework proposed by Ellis and Biggs. The data presented in this paper is based on an intensive review of literature and in-depth interviews with some key persons from different organizations in the Republic of Korea. It indicates that at the time of independence, both countries had weak industrial base and the economy was largely dependent on agriculture. Agricultural development remained the main focus of Pakistan’s development policies since independence; however, it was not until early 1970s when development of agriculture and rural areas became the priority of Korean government.