The Political Economy of Property Rights Reform and Farm Restructuring
This chapter explains why, when, and how transition countries chose to introduce property rights reforms and restructure their farms. It explains why China opted for the household responsibility system, why land was restored to former owners in Central and Eastern Europe, and why land in the former Soviet Union was mostly distributed in shares and soft budgets.
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