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Ethiopia: Failure of Land Reform and Agricultural Crisis (Contributions in Afro-American and African Studies) e-book

Author:

Kidane Mengisteab

Language:

English

Category:

Politics

Subcategory:

Social Sciences

ePub size:

1198 kb

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Rating:

4.7

Publisher:

Praeger (August 21, 1990)

Pages:

240

ISBN:

0313274231

Ethiopia: Failure of Land Reform and Agricultural Crisis (Contributions in Afro-American and African Studies) e-book

by Kidane Mengisteab


This book attempts to explain the failure of Ethiopia's land reform and the problem of transformation of the peasantry through a holistic approach, by pulling together numerous factors and themes.

This book attempts to explain the failure of Ethiopia's land reform and the problem of transformation of the peasantry through a holistic approach, by pulling together numerous factors and themes. The book first defines a comprehensive land reform as a process that influences the deprived peasant masses economically and politically.

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Land reform stood as one of the Derg's foremost priorities, and villagization occurred within the context of. .Northeast African Studies. Mengisteab, Kidane (1990). Ethiopia: Failure of Land Reform and Agricultural Crisis.

Land reform stood as one of the Derg's foremost priorities, and villagization occurred within the context of broader policies of resettlement and the collectivization of agriculture. A nominally Marxist-Leninist state, the Derg modeled villagization on Soviet and Tanzanian precedents  .

Mengisteab, Kidane 1989. The nature of the state and agricultural crisis in post-1975 Ethiopia. Studies In Comparative International Development, Vol. 24, Issue. page 644 note 4 Proclamation No. 165 of 1960, Negarit Gazeta Extraordinary, Article 1205.

Kidane Mengisteab is Professor of African Studies and Political Science at the Pennsylvania State University. His earlier work includes Ethiopia: Failure of Land Reform and Agricultural Crisis; Globalization and Autocentricity in Africa’s Development in the 21st Century; State Building and Democratization in Africa: Faith, Hope and Realities, (co-ed); Globalization and the Dilemmas of the State in the South, (co-ed); and Beyond Economic Liberalization in Africa: Structural Adjustment and the Alternatives, (co-ed).

The Comprehensive African Agricultural Development Pro-gramme (CAADP) seeks to drive our continental agricultural rev-olution, by increasing investment in agriculture, fostering entre-preneurship and investment in agribusinesses and agrifood value. chains, improving national and regional agricultural markets, fos-tering Africa’s collective food security and improving the manage-ment of natural resources

Ethiopia’s agriculture is in serious crisis even after the 1975 radical redistribution of land. BRIETZKE, PAUL 1976 Land Reform in Revolutionary Ethiopia. The Journal of, Modern African Studies 14, No. 4: 637–660.

Studies In Comparative International Development volume 24, pages20–38(1989)Cite this article. Ethiopia’s agriculture is in serious crisis even after the 1975 radical redistribution of land. This paper contends that many of these factors are closely associated with the nature of the state.

A number of past studies of South African agricultural production and . The impact of the reforms is discussed in terms of these goals in the subsequent parts of the article.

A number of past studies of South African agricultural production and productivity performance used a hybrid Törnqvist-Theil approach to forming output aggregates based on a series of Laspeyres-type aggregations of sub-sectoral outputs rather than using the underlying commodity-specific price and quantity data directly. Our interviews conducted during the food price crisis in 2008 confirm that a broad cross-section of stakeholders agree that the crisis has cyclical and systemic causes and that it has serious implications for business.

This book attempts to explain the failure of Ethiopia's land reform and the problem of transformation of the peasantry through a holistic approach, by pulling together numerous factors and themes. The book first defines a comprehensive land reform as a process that influences the deprived peasant masses economically and politically. It then attempts to establish the relevance of such a process to the transformation of the peasant mode of production to a surplus producing exchange economy and consequently, to socioeconomic development of less developed countries.

Ethiopia: Failure of Land Reform and Agricultural Crisis also attempts to identify specific attributes of successful democratization processes (comprehensive land reforms) on the basis of which it evaluates and explains the failure of the Ethiopian land reform. Suitable for research, this book should appeal to scholars and students of development in general and African political economy and African revolutions in particular.


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