Revista de Economia e Sociologia Rural
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PLURIACTIVITY AND AGRICULTURE IN THE STATE OF SAO PAULO

Angela Kageyama

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This paper represents a further development of the RURBANO Project studies on pluriactivity in agriculture. It presents the empirical results of an analysis made of the State of Sao Paulo using data from PNAD (National Households Sample Research) from 1995. Comparisons were made between pluriactive and monoactive households in five regions created from the state's 572 counties to study the influence of local economies on the characteristics of pluriactivity.

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Agriculture, pluriactivity, local economies.

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