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Dudwick, Nora
Land reform and farm restructuring in transition countries : the experience of Bulgaria, Moldova, Azerbaijan, and Kazakhstan / Nora Dudwick, Karin Fock, David Sedik
Washington, DC : World Bank, c2007
book jacket
Location Call Number Status
 Armenian Research Center  HD716 .D84    CALL 593-5181
Subject(s) Land reform -- Former Soviet republics
Agriculture and state -- Former Soviet republics
Land reform -- Bulgaria
Land reform -- Moldova
Land reform -- Azerbaijan
Land reform -- Kazakhstan
Physical Description xviii, 87 p. : ill. ; 26 cm
Note ACCESS: May only be used at the Armenian Research Center ; please call 313 593-5181 for Center hours
Includes bibliographical references (p. 85-87)
Contents Bulgaria: with good overall prospects, good agricultural policy, and good governance indicators, why are Bulgarian rural households so badly off? -- Moldova: with a well-designed land reform shaped greatly by donors, why have farms in Moldova not performed better? -- Azerbaijan: with some of the poorest governance indicators in the CIS, how did Azerbaijan implement a land reform that was viewed by farmers as quite fair and that led to a substantial increase in productivity? -- Kazakhstan: why does Kazakhstan have surprising results from a poor reform? -- General conclusions and implications for policy
Note Also issued online
Series Armenian Research Center collection
World Bank working paper ; no. 104. 1726-5878
Alternate Author Fock, Karin
Sedik, David J

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