2 edition of Agricultural Russia and the wheat problem found in the catalog.
Agricultural Russia and the wheat problem
Vladimir P. Timoshenko
1932 in Stanford University, Calif .
Written in English
|Statement||by Vladimir P. Timoshenko.|
|Series||[Leland Stanford junior university. Food research institute] Grain economics series., no. 1, Sept. 1932|
|LC Classifications||HD1992 .T5|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 571 p.|
|Number of Pages||571|
|LC Control Number||33001716|
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ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Original ed. issued as no. 1 of Leland Stanford Junior University, Food Research Institute, Grain. Agricultural Russia and the wheat problem. Stanford University, Calif., Pub. jointly by the Food research Institute and the Committee on Russian research of the Hoover war library [©] (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Vladimir P Timoshenko.
A detailed scholarly treatment of the Russian agricultural problem in the light of the pre-war history of wheat production. The most complete account in English. Book Reviews. Capsule Reviews Agricultural Russia and the Wheat Problem.
By Vladimir P. Timoshenko. pp, Food Research Institute, Purchase. After the Soviet Union collectivised its agricultural sector during the Stalin years and until the s, most agricultural land in Russia was in state ownership, and the transition to a market-oriented economy had to start with privatisation of land and farm assets.
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But things are no better if we turn from the rye and corn lands to the forests. Saws are worn out. Axes are worn out. Even apart from that, the shortage of transport affects the production of wood fuel, lack of which reacts on transport and on the factories and so on.