5 edition of Land reform and farm restructuring in Moldova found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. -98).
|Statement||Zvi Lerman, Csaba Csaki, Victor Moroz.|
|Series||World Bank discussion paper,, no. 398, World Bank discussion papers ;, 398.|
|Contributions||Csáki, Csaba., Moroz, Victor, 1950-|
|LC Classifications||HD1333.M629 L47 1998|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxii, 98 p. :|
|Number of Pages||98|
|LC Control Number||98027897|
Agricultural Privatization, Land Reform and Farm Restructuring in Central and Eastern Europe book Edited By Johan F.M. Swinnen, Allan Buckwell, Erik Mathijs Edition 1st EditionCited by: Downloadable! Based on a case study of two Moldovan regions, the paper challenges the favourable assessment of recently established peasant farms in a World Bank study by LERMAN et al. (). The main arguments in favour of a more critical view of the results of land privatisation and farm restructuring are that a) private farmers produce only on a minimal fraction of land with almost no.
: Land Reform and Farm Restructuring in Ukraine (World Bank Discussion Paper) (): Zvi Lerman, Karen McConnell Brooks, Csaba Csaki: Books. An evaluation of Moldova's land reform programme and the future challenges posed by the post-collectivised structure of agricultural production is undertaken in this paper, within the context of a wider debate on decollectivisation in the by:
Rural poverty is a phenomenon that is widespread yet often ignored by policy makers and researchers. This edited volume looks critically at rural poverty in Central Eastern Europe, Russia, the Caucasus and Central Asia, China and Vietnam in relation to land reform, farm restructuring and the development of rural markets and in the context of a large gap between rural and urban incomes and Book Edition: 1st Edition. Land Reform and Farm Restructuring in Moldova: Progress and Prospects (with C. Csaki and V. Moroz), World Bank Discussion Paper , The World Bank, Washington, DC (), pp. Ukraine: Overview of Farm Restructuring Experience (with C. Csaki), World Bank Technical Paper , The World Bank, Washington, DC (), 75 pp.
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Agricultural reforms, including privatization of land and farm restructuring, are an important cornerstone for overall transformation of the economies of the former socialist world.
This paper summarizes the current status of land reform in Moldova and shows how there has been clear progress in creating a market-based agriculture and food sector in by: PDF | Land reform efforts in Moldova have smoothed out the bipolar dual farm structure that characterized socialist agriculture.
In addition to very | Find, read and cite all the research you. tor Moroz is deputy director of the Agricultural Restructuring Agency of Moldova. Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data Lerman, Zvi, Land reform and farm restructuring in Moldova: progress and prospects / Zvi Lerman, Csaba Csaki, Victor Moroz.
-(World Bank discussion paper, ISSN X; no. Land reform and farm restructuring in Moldova - progress and prospects (English) Abstract.
This paper summarizes the current status of land reform in Moldova. There has been clear progress in creating a market-based agriculture and food sector in Moldova. Sinceland privatization and farm restructuring have gained a new momentum.
Current Cited by: Despite an early start, the process of land reform in Moldova advanced very slowly until The government and parliament lacked political resolve to follow through forcefully on this issue.
As a result, administrative support for land privatization and farm restructuring was. The most prominent outcome of agricultural reforms in Moldova is the elimination of the monopoly of the state on ownership of land.
As of Januarythe state owns 18% of agricultural land, and the rest has been privatized. Land Reform and Farm Restructuring in Moldova Land Reform and Farm Restructuring in Moldova Progress and Prospects 1 Delivered by The World Bank e-library to: FAO of the UN IP: Wed, 24 Feb (c) The International Bank for Reconstruction and Development / The World Bank.
Land Reform and farm restructuring in East Central Europe and the CIS in the s: expectations and achievements at the end of the first decade of transition, address to the UN/ECE Workshop on Author: Matthew Gorton.
There are at least two potential long-run beneﬁts from distributive land reform and farm restructuring—both an improvement in farm production efﬁciency and an improved access to land for poor rural inhabitants.
In many countries of the region, the contrast between those widely acknowledged potential beneﬁts of land reform and the rural realities could. Analysis of land reform and farm restructuring in Bulgaria, Moldova, Azerbaijan and Kazakhstan in this way suggests a series of conclusions with implications for policy.
Conclusions of a general nature are followed by country-specific Size: KB. Case studies from Bulgaria, Moldova, Azerbaijan, and Kazakhstan-countries that have had particular difficulties in land reform, farm restructuring, farm performance, or rural poverty-each highlight a central conundrum about land reform and farm restructuring.
The paper concludes with some implications for policy. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Lerman, Zvi, Land reform and farm restructuring in Moldova. Washington, D.C.: World Bank, © This paper is a stocktaking of land reform and farm restructuring for three countries of the Europe and Central Asia region covering three issues pertinent to discussions of the effects of land reform: the overall policy environment, changes in farm.
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Lerman, Zvi & Sutton, William R., "Productivity and Efficiency of Small and Large Farms in Moldova," Annual meeting, JulyLong Beach, CAAmerican Agricultural Economics Association (New Name Agricultural and Applied Economics Association).
Case studies from Bulgaria, Moldova, Azerbaijan, and Kazakhstan—countries that have had particular difficulties in land reform, farm restructuring, farm performance, or rural po. The Land Code set out the mechanisms for the privatization of land, while the Law on Peasant Farms provided the legal tools for the establishment of individual private farms through the process of exits from collective farm enterprises.
Despite an early start, the process of land reform in Moldova advanced very slowly until Abstract This paper presents such a stocktaking of land reform and farm restructuring in four countries (Azerbaijan, Bulgaria, Kazakhstan, and Moldova) that have had particular difficulties with land reform, farm restructuring, farm performance, or rural poverty.
Connect to electronic book via Ebook Central. Full title: Land reform and farm restructuring in transition countries [electronic resource]: the experience of Bulgaria, Moldova, Azerbaijan, and Kazakhstan / Nora Dudwick, Karin Fock, David Sedik.
Case stories from Bulgaria, Moldova, Azerbaijan, and Kazakhstan - nations that experience had specific problems in land reform, farm restructuring, farm functionality, or rural poverty - every one spotlight a imperative conundrum approximately land reform and farm restructuring.
The paper concludes with a few implications for coverage.4/5(9). Land Reform and Farm Restructuring in Transition Countries: The Experience of Bulgaria, Moldova, Azerbaijan, and Kazakhstan.
World Bank Working Paper No. by.The most popular method of land reform for collective farm land has been restitution to former owners. For example land has been restituted to previous owners and their heirs based on the structure of land holdings in and in Romania and Hungary respectively (Swinnen, ).In Latvia and Lithuania, land was restituted on the basis of the land by: Dudwick, Nora, Farin Fock and David Sedik, “A Stocktaking of Land Reform and Farm Restructuring in Bulgaria, Moldova, Azerbaijan and Kazakhstan.
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