ISSN:2149-8598

Examination by Harsis Todaro (Urban Unemployment) Development Theory by National Development Funds: Examples of Şarkikaraağaç


Today, countries resort to various economic measures in order to reach a certain stage of development. These measures differ according to the existing structures of the countries. Despite the fact that countries have different structures, all countries agree on the balanced development of development. In case of an unbalanced development many problems will arise within the country. These problems arise; economic and security problems, such as the many negative factors causing harm to countries. These problems are acting in an interdependent manner. The widespread unemployment in the region leads to various security problems in those regions. With regional unemployment, there is a migration movement towards the developed regions from the backward region. Emigration movements resulting from unemployment are emerging as the biggest social problem of the countries. Most migrant movements in the country are caused by unemployment. Countries have different measures to prevent migration movements. In our country, various public institutions exist in various applications in order to prevent the migration movement. These applications; Entrepreneurship certificates given in İŞKUR, EU grant credits given by TKDK and agricultural supports given by the Ministry of Food, Agriculture and Livestock. In this study, it was discussed how the reason for the migration movement mentioned in the Haris Todaro development model was addressed and how the support given to the milk producers in the agricultural supports provided by the Ministry of Food, Agriculture and Livestock affected this hypothesis.


Keywords


Development, Rural Development, National Rural Development Funds

Author : Mustafa ÖZYÜCEL
Number of pages: 765-780
DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.23929/javs.797
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Journal of Academic Value Studies (JAVStudies)
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