Agricultural Output And Productivity In The Former Soviet Republics
The paper reviews agricultural development in the fifteen former Soviet republics over the period 1965-1998. Production functions are estimated and productivity differences and changes calculated. Large differences were found in terms of productivity and growth between the republics. The differences grew after 1990 reflecting variation in reform policies.
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