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Agricultural employment in the Soviet Union and Eastern Europe: 1960-1985


, : Agricultural employment in the Soviet Union and Eastern Europe: 1960-1985. Working Paper, Rural Employment Policy Research Programme, International Labour Office (10-6/WP93): 65

As part of a larger project on rural employment promotion presented and discussed at the International Labour Conference in Geneva in June 1988, the study looks at agricultural employment within the context of 6 Eastern European countries and the USSR. Using data covering the period 1960-85, demographic trends in the rural populations of Czechoslovakia, Bulgaria, Hungary, Poland, the GDR, Rumania and the USSR are highlighted.


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