1. The Determinants of Rural Poverty in Nigeria

Nsikak-Abasi A. Etim; Edet J. Udoh

Volume 3, Issue 2 , Spring 2013, , Pages 141-151

Abstract
  Most of the population of Nigeria is rural and agriculture is the mainstay of the impoverished people’s livelihood. This paper estimated the determinants of rural poverty in Nigeria using the Tobit regression model. Through the multistage sampling technique, primary data were obtained from 150 ...  Read More

2. Theoretical Approach of A Possible Value-Added Chain in the Biomass Industry in Rural Areas Giving the Example of A Hungarian Microregion

Zoltán Bujdosó; Csaba Patkós; Tibor Kovács; Zsolt Radics

Volume 3, Issue 1 , Winter 2013, , Pages 65-71

Abstract
  The future of biomass energy in the global energy system depends on many major factors, among others on the attitude of society in rural areas to the biomass energy and the renewable energy resources. Biomass energy plays increasing role in rural areas with its contribution to the self sufficiency of ...  Read More