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THE ROLE OF CHAYANOVIAN IDEAS IN PEASANT STUDIES, AND IN THE ART OF FARMING

Journal Article published 2017 in Russian Peasant Studies volume 2 issue 3 on pages 6 to 27

Authors: J. D. van der Ploeg, Wageningen University, China Agricultural University

Translated: I.V. Trotsuk, RUDN University, Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration

ECOLOGICAL SPECIALIZATION AS A DESIRABLE FUTURE FOR RUSSIA

Journal Article published 2017 in Russian Peasant Studies volume 2 issue 3 on pages 28 to 43

Authors: B. Rodoman

THE ORGANIZATION-PRODUCTION SCHOOL IN 1917

Journal Article published 2017 in Russian Peasant Studies volume 2 issue 3 on pages 57 to 75

Authors: T.A. Savinova, Russian State Archive of Economy

“I AM GRATEFUL TO FATE FOR PUSHING ME ON THE PATH OF AGRARIAN STUDIES”

Journal Article published 2017 in Russian Peasant Studies volume 2 issue 3 on pages 44 to 56

Authors: E.N. Krylatykh, Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration, A.M. Nikulin, Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration

YURY MOSHKOV IN THE HISTORIOGRAPHY OF COLLECTIVIZATION

Journal Article published 2017 in Russian Peasant Studies volume 2 issue 3 on pages 76 to 96

Authors: N. G. Kedrov, Vologda State University

TODAY’S MIGRANT WORKERS IN THE NORTH AND SOUTH OF EUROPEAN RUSSIA

Journal Article published 2017 in Russian Peasant Studies volume 2 issue 3 on pages 97 to 107

Authors: N. N. Zhidkevich, National Research University Higher School of Economics

TRANSFORMATIONS OF THE POLISH AGRICULTURE

Journal Article published 2017 in Russian Peasant Studies volume 2 issue 3 on pages 108 to 119

Authors: R. Kisiel, University of Warmia and Mazury, R. Marks-Bielska, University of Warmia and Mazury

PEASANT AS A ROMANTIC

Journal Article published 2017 in Russian Peasant Studies volume 2 issue 3 on pages 152 to 161

Authors: V. V. Babashkin, Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration

RUSSIA, POLAND, AND CHINA: MODELS OF POST-SOCIALIST RURAL DEVELOPMENT. ROUND TABLE

Journal Article published 2017 in Russian Peasant Studies volume 2 issue 3 on pages 120 to 151

Authors: V. V. Babashkin, Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration, L. D. Boni, A. V. Gordon, R. Kisiel, A. M. Nikulin, M. G. Pugacheva, I. V. Trotsuk, Y. Hairong, Institute of Far Eastern Studies Russian Academy of Sciences, INION of the Russian Academy of Sciences, University of Warmia and Mazury, Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration, Higher School of Economics, RUDN University, Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration, Polytechnic University

A GUIDE TO THE POST-SOVIET AGRARIAN REFORM IN RUSSIA: OBJECTIVE AND SUBJECTIVE DIMENSIONS OF RURAL LIFE

Journal Article published 2017 in Russian Peasant Studies volume 2 issue 3 on pages 162 to 190

Authors: I. V. Trotsuk, RUDN University, Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration