Agricultural Reforms and Economic Crisis: Their Effect on Work Motivations in a Rural Community of Buryatia1

in Inner Asia
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Abstract

Agricultural reforms in the village of Tory have resulted in three types of ‘private farms’: first, a ‘top-down’ measure to demonstrate accordance with government policy created well-supplied private farms for the village elite; second, the people who became farmers later did so without start-up capital or support from the administration and are now struggling; and third, there is a large number of ‘private farms’ which do not engage in farming and use the label as a front for carrying out business. Manzanova demonstrates why support for private farms has declined during the 1990s, and she shows how Buryats have a distinctive set of attitudes related to their historical way of life and values.

Agricultural Reforms and Economic Crisis: Their Effect on Work Motivations in a Rural Community of Buryatia1

in Inner Asia

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