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by Csaba Csaki,John Nash,Vera Matusevich,Holger Kray

eBook Food and Agricultural Policy in Russia: Progress to Date and the Road Forward (World Bank Technical Papers) ePub
Author: Csaba Csaki,John Nash,Vera Matusevich,Holger Kray
Language: English
ISBN: 082135177X
ISBN13: 978-0821351772
Publisher: World Bank Publications (June 24, 2002)
Pages: 168
Category: Social Sciences
Subcategory: Other
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Csaki, Csaba; Nash, John; Matusevich, Vera; Kray, Holger. World Bank Technical Paper;No

Csaki, Csaba; Nash, John; Matusevich, Vera; Kray, Holger. Food and Agricultural Policy in Russia : Progress to Date and the Road Forward. World Bank Technical Paper;No. 533. Washington, DC: World Bank.

Disclosure Date 2010/07/01 Agriculture;individual farmer;food and agricultural;federal level.

Author Csaki, Csaba; Nash, John; Matusevich, Vera; Kray, Holger; Csaki, Csaba Nash, John Matusevich, Vera Kray, Holger; Document Date 2002/07/31. Disclosure Date 2010/07/01. Doc Name Food and agricultural policy in Russia - progress to date and the road forward.

But in the 1990s, the performance of the sector has been poor  . US agricultural policy reacted to these events with substantial transfer payments to the agricultural sector, and subsidies are expected to stabilise at a high level under the new Farm Bill.

Csaba Csaki & John Nash & Vera Matusevich & Holger Kray, 2002. Food and Agricultural Policy in Russia : Progress to Date and the Road Forward," World Bank Publications, The World Bank, number 14097, July. Handle: RePEc:wbk:wbpubs:14097.

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World Bank technical paper, 0253-7494 ; no. 523. Notes. Includes bibliographical references.

Food and agricultural policy in Russia : progress to date and the road forward, Csaba Csaki. World Bank Washington, . 2002. Australian/Harvard Citation. 2002, Food and agricultural policy in Russia : progress to date and the road forward, Csaba Csaki. World Bank technical paper, 0253-7494 ; no. Agriculture and state - Russia (Federation) Agriculture - Economic aspects - Russia (Federation) Rural development - Russia (Federation). Csaki, Csaba World Bank.

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Food and agricultural policy in Russia. Are you sure you want to remove Food and agricultural policy in Russia from your list? Food and agricultural policy in Russia. progress to date and the road forward. Published 2002 by World Bank in Washington, . Classifications.

Csaki, Csaba, John Nash and others. Food and Agricultural Policy in Russia: Progress to Date and the Road Forward. World Bank, 2002, 176 p. World Bank Working Paper. World Bank Working Paper Examines transformation of the agricultural sector. Nash, John, Vera Matusevich and others. Agricultural Policy of Russia.

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Agricultural Policy in Russia. Keywords: agricultural policy, import substitution, food markets. The privatization of agricultural land and the creation of private commercial farms became the key elements in the forma-tion of market-based agriculture. This article looks at the evolution of state agricultural policy in the context of a change in the general political line from the radical liberalism of the 1990s to state patronage and active support of the agricultural sector today. Russia’s current agricultural policy seems to have attracted more attention than ever before in the entire post-Soviet period.

The agricultural sector in Russia has considerable untapped productive potential. Given this potential, agriculture could provide a solid foundation for growth and poverty alleviation, particularly in rural areas of Russia.

The objectives of this book are to facilitate debate of issues key to agricultural policy, to contribute to a greater understanding of the Russian agricultural sector outside of Russia, and to identify a framework for further collaboration between the Russian government and the World Bank in the rural sector.

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