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He attended a Realschule — and the Moscow Agricultural Institute — , becoming an agronomist; he taught and published works on agriculture until , when he began working for various government institutions. In he married Elena Vasilevna Grigorievna, a marriage that lasted until He believed that the Soviet government would find it difficult to force these households to cooperate and produce a surplus. These views were sharply criticized by Joseph Stalin as "defence of the kulaks ".

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Personal life[ edit ] Chayanov was born in Moscow , the son of a merchant, Vasily Ivanovich Chayanov, and an agronomist, Elena Konstantinovna born Klepikova. He attended a Realschule — and the Moscow Agricultural Institute — , becoming an agronomist; he taught and published works on agriculture until , when he began working for various government institutions. In he married Elena Vasilevna Grigorieva, a marriage that lasted until He believed that the Soviet government would find it difficult to force these households to cooperate and produce a surplus.

These views were sharply criticized by Joseph Stalin as "defence of the kulaks ". However, Chayanov was ultimately shown to be right about the problems with Soviet agricultural planning. The name of the party was taken from a science fiction book written by Chayanov in the s. The process was intended to be a show trial , but it fell apart, due to the strong will of the defendants. Nevertheless, on a secret trial in Chayanov was sentenced to five years in Kazakhstan labor camps.

On 3 October Chayanov was arrested again, tried and shot the same day. His wife Olga was repressed as well and spent 18 years in labour camps; she was released in and died in Chayanov was rehabilitated in Chayanov proposed that peasants would work as hard as they needed in order to meet their subsistence needs, but had no incentive beyond those needs and therefore would slow and stop working once they were met.

The principle, which is called the consumption-labour-balance principle, is therefore that labour will increase until it meets balances the needs consumption of the household.

This view of peasant farming implies that it will not develop into capitalism without some external, added factor. In practice[ edit ] In practice, the consumption-labour-balance principle means that accounting is not as precise on a farm than in a regular financial capitalist company. This, as there is no separation between capital and labour. Accounting works with an artificial cost structure which charges all kinds of costs which in reality, a farm does not have.

For example, wage and farm-grown animals as well as organic fertiliser and animal feed are charged against commercial artificial fertiliser and composed animal feeds. A bought tractor is written off in four years against the bought value while the farmer often buys a second hand tractor and carries along with it for another 15 years.

His work was rediscovered by Westerners in the mids. Agricultural sociologists, anthropologists and ethnologists working in developing countries, where the peasant economy remains a predominant factor, apply his theory to help understand the nature of the family labour farm.

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Although the planned show trial never took place, he was sentenced to five years in prison in and exiled to Kazakhstan. Peasant economy reproduces itself through the family. Has no one read your books? Giulio Sapelli added it Jun 22, Becca chwyanov it really liked it May 24, This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers.

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Personal life[ edit ] Chayanov was born in Moscow , the son of a merchant, Vasily Ivanovich Chayanov, and an agronomist, Elena Konstantinovna born Klepikova. He attended a Realschule — and the Moscow Agricultural Institute — , becoming an agronomist; he taught and published works on agriculture until , when he began working for various government institutions. In he married Elena Vasilevna Grigorieva, a marriage that lasted until He believed that the Soviet government would find it difficult to force these households to cooperate and produce a surplus. These views were sharply criticized by Joseph Stalin as "defence of the kulaks ".

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