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Agricultural production and relations

, : Agricultural production and relations. Sociologija Sela 26(105/106): 161-171

The socioeconomic reasons behind the lower than average performance of agriculture in Yugoslavia, and socialist countries in general, are analysed. It appears that the organization rather than technical aspects of production are to blame. The social status of farming is low and many of the rural population have left agriculture. Increases in productivity and new entrants have not made up the shortfall and agricultural production is declining.

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