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Institutional framework and social base of rural new enterprise formation

  • Z.I.Kalugina
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    The object of examination are sociological aspects of rural new enterprise formation: its institutional framework and social base as well as motives for taking up formal or informal enterprise activity. In this connection, some theoretical and methodological issues associated with the category "rural enterprise" and with classification of its types are discussed. Formal and informal forms of rural enterprise are examined in the context of agrarian transition - small agrarian business, peasant privately-run farms, individual household farming which makes major informal sector in the agrarian economy and the functioning of reorganized collective farms as agents for rural enterprise.

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    Article provided by Institute of Economics and Industrial Engineering of Siberian Branch of RAS in its journal Journal "Region: Economics and Sociology".

    Volume (Year): 3 (2001)
    Issue (Month): ()
    Pages: 75-99

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    Handle: RePEc:nos:regioe:2001-3_6
    Note: Social Problems in Regional Development
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