By Catherine Chan-Halbrendt, Jean Fantle-Lepczyk
This e-book offers significant demanding situations and possibilities dealing with agriculture sectors within the wake of the transition from a deliberate to industry economic system. utilizing Albania as a case research, it examines the shift from communism to loose markets and the lasting results of such switch on agricultural construction and schooling. utilizing fundamental examine resources to offer readers a correct portrayal of the trail that lies forward for plenty of constructing nations, the ebook additionally appears to be like on the way forward for agriculture in transitioning economies.
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Zhllima and Imami (2012) found that farmers prefer to purchase land plots previously held based on ancestral rights, which are perceived as more secure than simply officially distributed government land titles that are not combined with ancestral rights. The high costs of finding plots with such combination of rights reduce the ability of the sellers and buyers to make transactions on land. Data and surveys from the first decade after the beginning of the reform (Moor and Flyn, 1997; Kodderitzsch, 1999; Lemel, 2000; Sabates-Wheeler and Waite, 2003) to the recent past (World Bank, 2006, 2007; ARD, 2007) show a rural property market that has hardly developed in Albania.
1) through a more active agricultural land market and the fragmentation of the large çiftlik due to the intergenerational transfer of land to the next generation (SabatesWheeler and Waite, 2003). 8 ha of agricultural land. Still, land inequality was high as a few landlords, the state, and religious institutions owned most of the fertile land. 9 ha of land each. Approximately 14% of the total population was landless, which prompted a radical land reform after the end of the World War II. 2 Reforms after World War II—the first step toward the collectivization and the adoption of the socialist model of agriculture in 1946 The end of World War II found Albania in a very different position from that before the war.
Agricultural Markets in a Transitioning Economy: An Albanian Case Study by Catherine Chan-Halbrendt, Jean Fantle-Lepczyk