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New forms of economic co-operation in agriculture

, : New forms of economic co-operation in agriculture. Vortrage der 21. Hochschultagung der Landwirtschaftlichen Fakultat der Universitat Bonn am 3. und 4. Oktober in Munster, Bonn: Landw. Angew. Wiss., 79-99

No totally new forms of co-operative are indicated but the different types of partial and complete farm amalgamation are presented. Examples show how amalgamation has been brought about, what agreements the participants reached, and what their experience of amalgamation is. These examples suggest that it is not only economic considerations that encourage the formation of co-operatives.

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