Competition for land and labour among individual farms and agricultural enterprises: Evidence from Kazakhstan's grain region

@inproceedings{Petrick2013CompetitionFL,
  title={Competition for land and labour among individual farms and agricultural enterprises: Evidence from Kazakhstan's grain region},
  author={Martin Petrick},
  year={2013}
}
This article evaluates the recent evolution of farm structure in Kazakhstan's grain region against the reform objectives of the 1990s and the family farm theory that underpinned the latter. In the study region, super-large agroholdings, large-scale enterprises and smaller individual farms emerged side-by-side and now compete for resources in a homogenous production environment. Drawing on two survey rounds of farm-level data, we find that the agroholdings display the highest factor productivity… CONTINUE READING

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