Russian agricultural reform is progressing more quickly than is apparent. Although institutional change has been slow, major economic restructuring has begun by WILLIAM LIEFERT, DAVID SEDIK, and CHRISTIAN FOSTER RUSSIAN AGRICULTURE is generally regarded as being in a deep crisis. In both the Russian and Western press, discussion of the country’s agricultural problems typically involves […]

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