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Basic problems and directions in developing a system of economic units in the agrarian sector of the economy

, : Basic problems and directions in developing a system of economic units in the agrarian sector of the economy. Izvestiya Timiryazevskoi Sel' skokhozyaistvennoi Akademii ( 1): 3-20

The different theoretical approaches to development of various forms of farm organization are outlined along with factors influencing this, and guidelines for newly reorganized enterprises, with particular reference to the Ural region. Until recently there has been little research on this within Russia. Worldwide, there continues to be debate on the advantages and disadvantages of different sizes of enterprise, scales of production, and forms of organization, with no universal model agreed.

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