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ContentsIntroduction Adaptation and Change: Old Problems, New Approaches, Stephen K. Wegren and David J. O'BrienPart One Adaptation of Russian Agriculture to a Market Economy1. Entrepreneurship and the Siberian Peasant Commune in Late Imperial Russia, Igor V. Volgine2. The Impact of Land Reform on the Rural Population, Zvi Lerman3. Spatial Contrasts and the Potential for Agricultural Revival, Grigory Ioffe and Tatyana Nefedova 4. Change in Land Relations: The Russian Land Market, Stephen K. Wegren and Vladimir R. Belen'kiy5. Rural Household Behavior, 1991--2001, Valeri V. PatsiorkovskiPart Two Sources and Nature of Opposition to Change6. The Cultural Dimension: Social Organization and the Metaphysics of Exchange, Margaret L. Paxson7. Contemporary Agrarian Reforms in a Russian Historical Context, David Macey8. Human Capital and Income Inequality, Dennis J. Donahue9. Communal Coherence and Barriers to Reform, Liesl L. Gambold Miller10. The Ethnic Dimension of Adaptation and Change, Christopher Marsh and James W. Warhola11. What Turns the Kolkhoz into a Firm? Regional Policies and the Elasticity of Budget Constraint, Maria Amelina12. Reorganization and Its Discontents: A Case Study in Voronezh Oblast, Jessica Allina-PisanoPart Three Household and Village Adaptation to Change13. Adapting to Neglect: The Russian Peasant in the 1990s, Ethel Dunn14. Entrepreneurial Adaptations of Rural Households: Production, Sales, and Income, David J. O'Brien15. Adaptation Strategies of Agricultural Enterprises during Transformation, Zemfira Kalugina16. How Much Does Informal Support Matter? The Effect of Personal Networks on Subjective Evaluation of Life, Larry D. Dershem