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Measuring Social and Economic Change in Rural Russia : Surveys from 1991 to 2003, Hardback Book

Measuring Social and Economic Change in Rural Russia : Surveys from 1991 to 2003 Hardback

Part of the Rural Economies in Transition series

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Measuring Social and Economic Change in Rural Russia is based upon nine household surveys in seven rural regions of Russia from 1991 to 2003; including a four wave panel study over an eight year period.

The findings that O'Brien and Patsiorkovsky share in this important work are the only long-term indicators of how ordinary people have learned to adapt to an economic system that was thrust upon them when the Soviet Union collapsed.

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