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Rural Social Organization and Farmer Cooperatives Development in Russia and other Emerging Economies: Comparative Analysis

@article{Efendiev2013RuralSO,
  title={Rural Social Organization and Farmer Cooperatives Development in Russia and other Emerging Economies: Comparative Analysis},
  author={Azer G. Efendiev and Pavel S. Sorokin},
  journal={Developing Country Studies},
  year={2013},
  volume={3},
  pages={106-115}
}
Farmer cooperatives development is an important direction of rural economic growth in developing countries which attracts serious international attention of both practitioners and scholars in the face of global “food demand”. Russia is of special interest in this regard because it occupies the biggest in the world area of farmland which is not yet incorporated in agricultural production. In spite of significant financial support from the government, farmer cooperatives development in Russia… 
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