Pro-Poor Land Reform: A Critique

Pro-Poor Land Reform: A Critique

Affichage abbrégé Borras, Saturnino M. 2010-07-09T16:04:40Z 2010-07-09T16:04:40Z 2007 en 2010-07-09T16:04:40Z
dc.identifier.isbn eISBN - 9780776617718 / ISBN - 9780776606507 en
dc.description.abstract Using empirical case materials from the Philippines and refering to rich experiences from different countries historically, this book offers conceptual and practical conclusions that have far-reaching implications for land reform throughout the world. Examining land reform theory and practice, this book argues that conventional practices have excluded a significant portion of land-based production and distribution relationships, while they have inadvertently included land transfers that do not constitute real redistributive reform. By direct implication, this book is a critique of both mainstream market led agrarian reform and conventional state-led land reform. It offers an alternative perspective on how to move forward in theory and practice and opens new paths in land policy research. en
1. The Politics of Redistributive Land Reform: Conceptual Reconsideration 
2. Land and Tenancy Reforms in the Philippines: A National-Level View of Structures and Institutions, Processes and Outcomes
3. CARP’s Non-redistributive Policies and Outcomes
4. CARP’s Redistributive Policies and Outcomes
5. State–Society Interactions for Redistributive Land Reform
dc.description.uri en
dc.language.iso en en
dc.relation.ispartofseries International Development & Globalization/Développement international et mondialisation en
dc.title Pro-Poor Land Reform: A Critique en

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