Agrarian development and the economics of agrarian reform
For scholars looking for case studies on agrarian structures and agrarian reform, the developing countries have provided an ample supply. Most of these agrarian studies (excluding the many publications giving descriptive accounts and blueprints) which have come out are handicapped, however, by one or more of the following disadvantages: (1) biased positions of the authors; (2) static comparisons; (3) the mono-disciplinary character of the studies; and (4) the absence of quantitative frameworks for the analysis of the effects of alternative agrarian reform measures.
KeywordsTransportation Income Assure Assimilation Expense
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