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Russian Agriculture during Transition: Performance, Global Impact, and Outlook

William Liefert () and Olga Liefert

Applied Economic Perspectives and Policy, 2012, vol. 34, issue 1, 37-75

Abstract: In the 2000s, Russia emerged as a major player in world agricultural markets, on both the supply (mainly grain) and demand side. This article examines Russia's agricultural transition experience, which has resulted in a complex system of diverse producers and institutions, as well as uneven performance. Using a model of transition agriculture, the article explores how key reform policies drove systemic change and commodity restructuring, and how the ensuing changes in the production, consumption, and trade of goods have affected world markets. The article also assesses the performance of Russian agriculture during transition, and provides an outlook for the future. Copyright 2012, Oxford University Press.

Date: 2012
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