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KALUGINA Z.I. PRIVATE FARMING IN RUSSIA: A THORNY PATH TO REVIVAL

In "Farming and Rural Systems Research and Extension. Local Identities and Globalisation". Florence, Italy, April 8, 2002. Fifth IFSA European Symposium, pp. 148-157.

Institute of Economics and Industrial Engineering Russian Academy of Sciences Siberian Branch. 17, Ac. Lavrentiev Prospect, 630090, Novosibirsk, Russia

Abstract: The paper focuses on revival of private sector in the Russian agrarian economy. Using statistics, by-law documents, field research data as well as personal observations the author analyses institutional framework, trends and current problems of private farms formation in the period of transition (1990-2001) and their share in the internal food market. A special part of analysis is devoted to prospects of the private sector, specifically, possible transformation of part-time household operations into independent full-time farms. In conclusion the author gives her own vision of the model of agrarian relations in Russia.

KALUGINA Z.I. ADAPTATION STRATEGIES OF AGRICULTURAL ENTERPRISES

During Transformation" in Rural Reform in Post-Soviet Russia, eds David J.O'Brien and Stephen K.Wegren (Woodrow Wilson Center Press Washington, D.C., The Johns Hopkins University Press Baltimore and London, 2002), 367-384. 

KALUGINA Z.I.  RURAL TRANSFORMATION IN RUSSIA: INCONSISTENCIES AND RESULTS

In Dr.Ieda Osamu, ed., Transformation and Diversification of Rural Societies in Eastern Europe and Russia. Slavic Research Center. Hokkaido University, Sapporo, Japan, 2002, pp. 41-59

    The paper is based on data from sociological surveys, conducted under the author's direction and with her participation in rural Siberia from 1990 to2000, and using statistics and literary sources.