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|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
Conference on Soviet Agricultural and Peasant Affairs (1965 : Santa Barbara, Calif.).
Soviet and East European agriculture.
Berkeley, University of California Press, 1967
|Material Type:||Conference publication|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Jerzy F Karcz; University of California, Berkeley. Center for Slavic and East European Studies.
|Notes:||"The papers ... represent more or less revised editions of those originally presented at the conference."
"The meeting was sponsored jointly by the conference and the Center of Slavic and East European Studies at the University of California, Berkeley."
|Credits:||Sponsored jointly by the Conference and the Center of Slavic and East European Studies at the University of California, Berkeley.|
|Description:||xxv, 445 pages illustrations, maps 24 cm.|
|Contents:||Krushchev and the Soviet agricultural scene, by L. Volin. Comment by A.I. Popluiko.--Krushchev's administrative reforms in agriculture: an appraisal, by R.D. Laird. Comment by H.R. Swearer.--Peasants and officials, by A. Nove. Comment by B. Kerblay.--The Soviet concept of agricultural regionalization and its development, by R.G. Jensen. Comment by W.A.D. Jackson.--A historical-geographical perspective on Krushchev's corn program, by J. Anderson. Comment by K.E. Waedekin.--Soviet sugar-beet production: some geographical aspects of agro-industrial coordination, by W.E. Hultquist. Comment by J. Romanowski.--Ideology and progress in crop rotation, by D. Joravsky. Comment by N. Arnheim, Jr.--Farm employment in the Soviet Union, 1928-1963, by N. Nimitz. Comment by F.A. Durgin, Jr.--Production costs and prices in Soviet agriculture, by N.M. Jasny. Comment by P.M. Raup.--The role of women in Soviet agriculture, by N.D. Dodge and M. Feshbach. Comment by G.S. Murphy.--Soviet agricultural output by 1970, by H.E. Walters and R.W. Judy. Comments by J.G. Chapman and K. Bush.--Farming as a way of life: Yugoslav peasant attitudes, by J.M. Halpern. Comment by R. Bićanić.--The performance of Czechoslovak agriculture since World War II, by G. Lazarcik. Comment by M. Ernst.--Peasant agriculture in Socialist Poland since 1956: an alternative to collectivization, by A. Korbonski. Comment by J. Romanowski.|
|Series Title:||Russian and East European studies.|
|Responsibility:||Edited, with a pref., by Jerzy F. Karcz.|
- Agriculture and state -- Soviet Union.
- Agriculture and state -- Europe, Eastern.
- Agricultura y estado -- Europa Oriental -- Discursos, ensayos, conferencias.
- Agriculture and state.
- Europe, Eastern.
- Soviet Union.
- Agriculture -- Europe de l'Est.
- Agriculture -- URSS.