Land Concentration, Land Grabbing and Sustainable Development of Agriculture in Romania

@article{Burja2020LandCL,
  title={Land Concentration, Land Grabbing and Sustainable Development of Agriculture in Romania},
  author={Vasile Burja and Attila Tamas-Szora and Iulian Bogdan Dobra},
  journal={Sustainability},
  year={2020},
  volume={12},
  pages={2137}
}
Land grabbing has become a priority topic in academic research and a political concern, due to interests in the dynamics of the phenomenon and its negative impact on the sustainable development of agriculture in rural areas. This phenomenon generates changes in production systems of agriculture with adverse environmental consequences, adversely affects socio-economic and cultural conditions and leads to lower overall efficiency in agriculture. This article analyses the links between land… 
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