• Economics
  • Published 2001

ASSET ILLIQUIDITY, EXCLUSORY LAWS, AND LAND REFORM: THE CASE OF FOREIGN OWNERSHIIP OF HUNGARIAN AGRICULTURAL LAND

@inproceedings{Coakley2001ASSETIE,
  title={ASSET ILLIQUIDITY, EXCLUSORY LAWS, AND LAND REFORM: THE CASE OF FOREIGN OWNERSHIIP OF HUNGARIAN AGRICULTURAL LAND},
  author={Jaime L. Coakley and Hamish R. Gow},
  year={2001}
}
The ownership of agricultural land by foreign nationals is currently an extremely sensitive political issue in many of the Central and Eastern European (CEE) countries as they move towards European Union accession. During the past decade economic reforms in CEE have resulted in substantial welfare declines within agricultural sectors across the region. Generally, all agents within the agri-food chain have faced similar problems of decreasing terms of trade, increased competition, lack of… CONTINUE READING

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