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by Valeri V. Patsiorkovski,Larry D. Dershem,David J. O'Brien

eBook Household Capital and the Agrarian Problem in Russia download ISBN: 0754610594
Author: Valeri V. Patsiorkovski,Larry D. Dershem,David J. O'Brien
Publisher: Ashgate Pub Ltd; First Edition edition (February 1, 2001)
Language: English
Pages: 268
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David J. O'Brien, Et. Valeri V. Patsiorkovski. Using micro-level data, this text shows that rural Russian households have made significant adaptations to an emerging market economy in just a few years.

David J. Findings are from 1995 to 1997 panel surveys made in three waves.

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By David J O'Brien, Valeri V Patsiorkovski, Larry D Dershem. The book deals systematically with micro-level processes of household adaptation to a market economy, institutional change and emerging informal and formal patterns of land tenure and use in Russia. It shows how structural changes are occurring in rural Russia and their impact on household enterprise development and income.

David J O'Brien, Valeri V Patsiorkovski, Larry D Dershem.

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Findings are from 1995 to 1997 panel surveys made in three waves. by David J O'Brien (Author), Valeri V Patsiorkovski (Author), Larry D Dershem (Author) & 0 more.

ByDavid J O'Brien, Valeri V Patsiorkovski, Larry D Dershem.

Find nearly any book by Valeri V. Get the best deal by comparing prices from over 100,000 booksellers. Services and Quality of Life in Rural Villages in the Former Soviet Union: Data From 1991 and 1993 Surveys. by Alessandro Bonanno, David J. O'Brien, Valeri V. Patsiorkovski, Larry D. Dershem, Charles Timberlake. ISBN 9780761809548 (978-0-7618-0954-8) Hardcover, UPA, 1997.

David O'Brien is Professor Emeritus of Catholic Studies at the College of the Holy Cross and University Professor of Faith and Culture at the University of Dayton

David O'Brien is Professor Emeritus of Catholic Studies at the College of the Holy Cross and University Professor of Faith and Culture at the University of Dayton. He has served as President of the American Catholic Historical Association. Books by David J. O'Brien.

DJ O'Brien, VV Patsiorkovski, LD Dershem. Poverty and social exclusion in North and South. D O'Brien, J Wilkes, A de Haan, S Maxwell. The Social Networks of Leaders in More and Less Viable Rural Communities1. DJ O'brien, EW Hassinger, RB Brown, JR Pinkerton. Rural Sociology 56 (4), 699-716, 1991. D O'BRIEN, J Phillips, V Patsiorkovsky. Regional Studies 39 (8), 1041-1051, 2005.

by David J O'Brien,Valeri V Patsiorkovski,Larry D Dershem. by David J O'Brien,Valeri V Patsiorkovski,Larry D Dershem.

Using micro-level data, this text shows that rural Russian households have made significant adaptations to an emerging market economy in just a few years. It focuses on how household capital (household labour, social networks and comunity attachment) effect the economic and psychological adaptation of households to rapid socioeconomic change. Findings are from 1995 to 1997 panel surveys made in three waves. The book deals systematically with micro-level processes of household adaptation to a market economy, institutional change and emerging informal and formal patterns of land tenure and use in Russia. It shows how structural changes are occurring in rural Russia and their impact on household enterprise development and income. Difference in household capital explains the emergence of inequality in the countryside and differences in the degree to which households experience stress and a higher or lower subjective quality of life.