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Alexander Nikuliin

Oligarchoz as a Successor of Postkolkhoz

2010. Vol. 11. No. 1. P. 17–33 [issue contents]
The article is devoted to a new organizational form of a large private agricultural enterprise (or «oligarchozes») originated from post-Soviet collective-owned enterprises (kolkhozes). The fi eldwork was conducted in several villages of Perm region in 2008. The author tries to  fi nd answers on the following questions: where did «oligarchozes» come from? what relations are being formed between local rural communities, the state and new Russian rural oligarchs? what are major similarities and differences between old-type postkolkhozes and new «oligarchozes»?
Citation: Nikuliin Alexander (2010) Oligarkhoz kak preemnik postkolkhoza [Oligarchoz as a Successor of Postkolkhoz] Economic Sociology, 1, pp. 17-33 (in Russian)
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