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Home Browse Books Book details, Land Concentration and Rural Poverty. Land Concentration and Rural Poverty. Much of the book consisted of an exploration into the institutional structures and inter-related market forces which influence the circumstances under which innovation occurs, and the types of farmers who are best able to exploit a new technology. The essay was written at a time when it was widely believed that the development of high-yielding varieties of cereals would transform the economic prospects of many poor countries.
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Concentration of land ownership refers to the ownership of land in a particular area by a small number of people or organizations. It is sometimes defined as additional concentration beyond that which produces optimally efficient land use. Land concentration exists in many countries. In Brazil, one of the countries with the highest amount of land concentration, the situation has resulted in large tracts lying idle while 95% of farmers work just 11% of the arable land
Land Concentration and Rural Poverty. Studies in Development Strategy and Systemic Transformation.
See Keith Griffin and Azizur Rahman Khan, ed. Poverty and . Poverty and Landlessness in Rural Asia (Geneva: ILO, 1976), mimeo. Much of this paper consists of extensive quotation from chap. 1 of the book and an attempt to summarize the main empirical findings of the other chapters. Brookings Institution, 1973). See Keith Griffin, Land Concentration and Rural Poverty (New York: Macmillan, 1976).
Lipton, M. (1991) Land Reform as Commenced Business: The Evidence Against Stopping. Malik, S. (1992) A Study of Rural Poverty in Pakistan . to Agricultural Price Policy. Dissertation submitted to the University of Sussex, . Naseem, S. M. (1973) Mass Poverty in Pakistan: Some Preliminary Findings. This content downloaded from 3. 0. 244 on Mon, 28 May 2018 00:04:44 UTC All use subject to. TERM Spring '12. PROFESSOR ArslanShahid.
Redistributive land reforms have begun to attract the attention of scholars and policy makers once again. We begin with the case in favour of redistributive reforms focusing on fragmented factor markets and systems of labour control, of which concentration of land ownership is but one aspect.
The Historical Origins of Land Concentration and Past Attempts to. .
The Historical Origins of Land Concentration and Past Attempts to Redistribute Land. Seventy-five percent of the world’s poor live in rural areas and most are involved in agriculture. In the 21st century, agriculture remains fundamental to economic growth, poverty alleviation, and environmental sustainability. The World Bank’s Agriculture and Rural Development publication series presents recent analyses of issues that affect the role of agriculture, including livestock, fisheries, and forestry, as a source of eco-nomic development, rural livelihoods, and environmental services.