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As is customary, copyright rights were assigned to the CJRS, and the CJRS then authorized the authors to include their revised texts in a special CD-Rom publication for all the accepted texts based on papers presented at the Symposium, being produced at the end of 2006.
In this special issue of the CJRS, the focus is on the pubic policies, programs and institutional frameworks and how some of them relate to rural space, always recognizing how they may be influenced by non governmental forces and processes.
This regional comparison may be of some value to readers of CJRS.
We would like to thank Gilles Duranton of the London School of Economics for his help, and the editor and anonymous reviewers of CJRS for their comments and suggestions.
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