The Spanish Journal of Rural Development (SJRD): An example of interdisciplinary and multidisciplinary journal on issues of rural areas
Keywords: Rural areas, sustainable development, interdisciplinary and multidisciplinary journal, role of rural science journals
AbstractThe Spanish Journal of Rural Development (SJRD) is a journal edited by the Galician Association of Researchers for Rural Development (AGAIDERU) which publishes original research articles of practical application in different fields of rural zones (forestry, agronomy, rural sciences, international cooperation and socioeconomic issues). The overall focus is on the sustainable rural development of local populations.
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