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Land and money

Problems of Economic Transition 37(1): 72-92

Land and money

The historical Russian tenure system under the Czars, the simple nature of its agrarian society and the reasons for its backwardness are first examined and its resistance to modernization at various periods of time is illustrated. The relative isolation of Russian rural settlements encouraged a collectivist system of values with low social mobility and dislike of innovation.

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