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Patterns of mutual assistance in the Mongolian pastoral economy



Patterns of mutual assistance in the Mongolian pastoral economy



Nomadic Peoples ( 33): 153-162



Decollectivization of herding production within the Mongolian pastoral economy has led to increased wealth differentiation between herding households as some are more able than others to respond to increased market opportunity. As the burden of responsibility for the provision of essential inputs and marketing services is transferred from the state onto the individual, so certain categories of the population have become increasingly marginalized within herding production.

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