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Volume 62, 201917th International Scientific Conference “Problems of Enterprise Development: Theory and Practice” 2018
|Number of page(s)||5|
|Section||Formation and Realization of Export Potential in the Agro-industrial Complex|
|Published online||15 March 2019|
Problems in Agricultural Cooperation Development in Russia (Case Study of Samara Region)
Samara State University of Economics, Samara, Russia
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Agricultural cooperation of small farms in the world occupies a special rank. It has a great potential to expand the production and consumption of domestic agricultural products. It is an important condition for preservation and development of rural lifestyles, the development of large farms through cooperation and (or) integration. Russian and international experience suggests that cooperation is one of the most effective mechanisms for adapting agriculture to the faltering economy, due to the increased competition in national and world food markets, international sanctions and other factors. The purpose of the study is to identify the problems and prospects in the agricultural cooperation development in Russia, in general, and in Samara region, in particular, in the context of the development of world agriculture. The authors have used general scientific and special methods and techniques of economic research. The study has shown that, on the one hand, Russia lags far behind developed countries in agricultural cooperation, but, on the other hand, thanks to the agricultural cooperation development, Russia will be able to increase and strengthen its competitive advantages in the world agricultural products market. According to the results of the study, the authors have concluded that the greatest effect of agricultural cooperation in Russia and its regions is provided by the financial and ideological state support.
Key words: agriculture / agricultural consumer cooperation / agricultural production cooperation / farming / government support / private subsidiary farm.
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