Sowing Market Reforms: The Internationalization of Russian Agriculture
By examining a sector of the economy that was exposed to increased imports more than four decades ago, Crumley illuminates the economic pressures, resistance, and reform that help to shape Russia's agrarian sector today.
Contents: The impact of trade on Russian agrarian institutions: an introduction -- Conceptualizing alternative approaches to institutional change in Russia -- Soviet agrarian institutions and interests -- Administrative and organizational changes as agrarian reform, 1972-1990 -- The decentralization of decision-making institutions in the era of market reforms, 1990-2002 -- Government incentives, traditional values, and the shaping of agrarian interests -- Changes and constraints in agrarian institutions.
New York, NY
Agricultural and Resource Economics | Macroeconomics | Political Economy
Crumley, Michele L., "Sowing Market Reforms: The Internationalization of Russian Agriculture" (2013). ETSU Authors Bookshelf. 88.