After a discussion of rural depopulation the writer pointed out that wheat, pig meat and butter were not of sufficient quality and cheese did not keep well enough for large-scale export. Alcohol surpluses and alcoholism were further problems. Those agricultural regions and farms which had already been most modernized, and had taken the most initiatives, had profited most by State aid after the war.
This had accentuated the difference between the regions and between farms.
|Qualification||Doctor of Philosophy|
|Award date||4 Oct 1957|
|Place of Publication||'s-Hertogenbosch|
|Publication status||Published - 1957|