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The Developmental State Vs Neo-Liberal Market “Priests” Divide In Ethiopia: Unending Policy Debates and Alternatives on Land Tenure System

@article{Desta2015TheDS,
  title={The Developmental State Vs Neo-Liberal Market “Priests” Divide In Ethiopia: Unending Policy Debates and Alternatives on Land Tenure System},
  author={G. Desta},
  journal={Developing Country Studies},
  year={2015},
  volume={5},
  pages={140-150}
}
  • G. Desta
  • Published 2015
  • Economics
  • Developing Country Studies
In pre-1975 Ethiopia, the slogan “Land to the Tiller” was one rallying cry National Question that fueled the Revolution. The question of land use and ownership defines not only the justice, development and democracy but is also critical in regime stability and survival. Until the last decade of the 20 th C, both the feudal and socialist state were hard-hit by politics of land. This land question is also carried over to the post-1991 state in a rather varied context: the land policy contention… Expand

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