Enterprise in Slovenian Agriculture
Crossroads between individual and collective enterprise in agriculture from the time of the Land Release (1848) to World War II
At this time in the Slovenian agriculture, smaller farms prevailed which were unable to meet the demands of the market economy. As a consequence, the conviction had developed among Slovenes that only co-operative farming would ensure the survival of and enterprise initiative for smaller farmers. However, these hopes failed because the produce based co-operative farming could not match the results of the credit based co-operative farming.
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