Socialist Entrepreneurs


Write The First Customer Review

Among the East European nations, Hungary has been noted in recent years for permitting, even encouraging, family entrepreneurship in agriculture. In this highly empirical study, Ivan Szelenyi and his collaborators explore this phenomenon, affording a rare view of the reemergence of private sector activity in a socialist society, and offering new insights into the very origins of capitalism. In the years since the government relaxed its policy of forced collectivization, approximately ten percent of rural Hungarian families ...

Socialist Entrepreneurs 1988, University of Wisconsin Press, Wisconsin

ISBN-13: 9780299113643

Trade paperback