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How do they live in the Moscow region? (Social reform carried out by a rural administration)






Ekonomika Sel' skokhozyaistvennykh i Pererabatyvayushchikh Predpriyatii ( 7): 42-46

How do they live in the Moscow region? (Social reform carried out by a rural administration)

The Dmitrovskaya rural administration (Shaturskii raion, Moskovskaya Oblast') was chosen as the subject for this research into the living standards of rural Russians because it was considered to typify rural administrations throughout Russia. Socioeconomic data for the Dmitrovskaya area are considered, together with findings of a survey of 50 inhabitants.


Accession: 003162415



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