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Access to Rural Land in Eastern Ethiopia: Mismatch between Policy and Reality JARTS
Belay, Kassa; Manig, Winfried.
SociThis paper explores the different means of access to land in three districts of Eastern Ethiopia. Data collected from a random sample of 313 heads of households were used in the study. The results show that as land is state-owned and farmers have only usufruct rights on land allocated to them by local authorities, access to additional cultivable land is achieved through land rental transactions (mainly in the form of sharecropping) and land borrowing. Another important finding of this study is that the average land holding has been declining over the years as a result of increased demographic pressure, resulting in individual farm units that are generally too small to be economically viable. The study also makes it clear that the issue of access to...
Tipo: Info:eu-repo/semantics/article Palavras-chave: Socio-Economics; Development access to land; Land borrowing land fragmentation; Land redistribution; Land renting; Land tenure; State ownership; Usufruct rights.
Ano: 2004 URL: http://www.jarts.info/index.php/jarts/article/view/55
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Land redistribution, tenure insecurity, and intensity of production: a study of farm households in southern Ethiopia AgEcon
Holden, Stein T.; Yohannes, Hailu.
This study analyzes the determinants of land tenure insecurity and its impact on intensity of use of purchased farm inputs among households in Southern Ethiopia. Seventeen percent of the households stated that they were tenure insecure. The feeling of tenure insecurity could be caused by the land redistribution policy in Ethiopia where household size has been the main criterion used for land allocation after the land reform in 1975. This would imply that land rich households should be more tenure insecure. Alternatively, the local power structure may be strong enough to counter this and cause the land rich, who are also likely to be influential, to be able to protect their land rights. The analysis revealed that, in the overall sample, relative farm size...
Tipo: Working or Discussion Paper Palavras-chave: Land redistribution; Tenure insecurity; Farm input intensity; Resource poverty; Southern Ethiopia.; Land Economics/Use.
Ano: 2001 URL: http://purl.umn.edu/50056
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The rise and fall of land reform in Brazil A tale in three acts. Repositório Alice
NAVARRO, Z..
Land reform in Brazil experienced in the early 1960s an initial historical moment of intense political debate without concrete steps to materialize it. But a second and recent moment, from the mid-1990s onwards produced a relevant record in terms of poor families settled and a huge area expropriated under that policy. However, a spectacular process of agricultural expansion and intense technological incorporation was simultaneously observed thus positing an intriguing question - how property rights and a required ?institutional framework? directly affected by land expropriation and land invasions by the landless groups did not block that process of agricultural growth? This concrete case exposes the analytical flaws of mainstream literature, which requires...
Tipo: Artigo em periódico indexado (ALICE) Palavras-chave: Brazilian rural history; Economic history; Institutional functionalism; Land redistribution; Rural Brazil; História rural brasileira; História econômica; Funcionalismo institucional; Brasil rural; Redistribuição de terra.
Ano: 2016 URL: http://www.alice.cnptia.embrapa.br/handle/doc/1059741
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