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Agricultural Workers Wages Integration Fund

, : Agricultural Workers Wages Integration Fund. Rivista di Politica Agraria 7(1): 3-16

The functioning of the Agricultural Workers' Wages Integration Fund (CISOA) in Italy is described. CISOA is an intervention tool of which employers make use only erratically; confirmation of this is provided by the comparison of loans made with contributions. After examining the role of agriculture in inflation, the history of CISOA and its predecessor, the Earnings Integration Fund, are presented.

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