Corpus ID: 168385351

Privatization in Rural Eastern Europe

  title={Privatization in Rural Eastern Europe},
  author={D. Turnock},
This book focuses on one of the major challenges facing countries in Eastern Europe, namely the creation and maintenance of jobs in the agricultural sector. It argues that future employment will critically depend upon the completion of the privatization process, as well as improved efficiency and market opportunity. 
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