The impact of farmland readjustment and consolidation on structural adjustment: The case of Niigata, Japan

@inproceedings{Arimoto2011TheIO,
  title={The impact of farmland readjustment and consolidation on structural adjustment: The case of Niigata, Japan},
  author={Yutaka Arimoto},
  year={2011}
}
Improving agricultural productivity is a pressing challenge for rapidly growing economies. Farmland concentration among core famers is instrumental for reaping the economies of scale. However, farmland fragmentation often serves as a barrier to such structural adjustments. This paper studies Farmland Improvement Projects in Japan, which physically mitigate farmland fragmentation by merging and enlarging small plots and consolidating land parcels among farmers. I employ community-level panel… CONTINUE READING

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