Differentiating farmers: opening the black box of private farming in post-Soviet states
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- Azer G. Efendiev & Pavel S. Sorokin & Maria A. Kozlova, 2014. "Transformations In The Rural Life In Russian Belgorod Region In 2000-2013 Through “Modernization” Theoretical Perspective: Increasing Material Well-Being, Growing Individualism And Persisting Pessimis," HSE Working papers WP BRP 56/SOC/2014, National Research University Higher School of Economics.
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KeywordsFarming typologies; Farming styles; Post-Soviet agrarian change; Russian agriculture; Bulgarian agriculture;
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