Mechanisms of Obtaining Membership of Farmer Collectives

Debin HOU, Hai WANG


This paper puts forward the corresponding solutions and suggestions through analyzing mechanisms of obtaining membership of farmer collectives in the normative sense, and aiming at the plight of obtaining farmer collective membership.


Farmer collective; Membership; Implied-in-fact contract

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