Agrarian Reforms in Eastern European Countries : Lessons from International Experience

@inproceedings{Deininger2002AgrarianRI,
  title={Agrarian Reforms in Eastern European Countries : Lessons from International Experience},
  author={Klaus Deininger},
  year={2002}
}
The fall of the Berlin wall has led to a monumental change in the social and economic structure of most countries in Central and Eastern Europe (CEE) and the CIS that have profoundly affected the nature of the rural sector and the livelihood opportunities open to rural residents. Prior to 1990, most of these countries had de facto abolished private property rights in favor of state or cooperative ownership. Agricultural production was in most cases collective, leading to inefficiencies due to… CONTINUE READING

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