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Switching behavior of finnish farmers

@inproceedings{Morfi2014SwitchingBO,
  title={Switching behavior of finnish farmers},
  author={C. Morfi},
  year={2014}
}
The globalization and industrialization trends in agricultural sector changed the scene of the cooperative institutions. The notion of “traditional” cooperative appears to be outmoded; within the Finnish agricultural model, a cooperative is a multinational organization open to stock exchange markets yet still controlled by the members. A key factor determining the successful operation of the organization is membership. As the data indicate, the majority of the farmers decide to remain royal to… Expand

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