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|Statement||edited by Howard Handelman.|
|Contributions||Handelman, Howard, 1943-, American Universities Field Staff.|
|LC Classifications||HD1333.A78 P64|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 136 p. :|
|Number of Pages||136|
|LC Control Number||81047565|
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Politics of agrarian change in Asia and Latin America. Bloomington: Indiana University Press, © (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Howard Handelman; American Universities Field Staff. This book makes an original contribution to the discussion about agro-food exporting countries’ governmental policy.
It presents a historicized and internationally contextualized exploration of the political economy of agrarian change in three Latin American countries: Argentina, Praguay, and Uruguay.
The Political Economy of Agrarian Change An Essay on the Green Revolution. Authors (view affiliations) Search within book. Front Matter. Pages i-xxiii. PDF. Introduction. Introduction. Keith Griffin. Pages Economic Aspects of Technical Change in the Rural Areas of Asia and Latin America.
Front Matter. Pages PDF. Factor Prices. Latin America. The comparative analysis focuses on three key issues: state capacity and policies, agrarian structure and class relations, and the significance of certain forms of intersectoral resource flows in development. Finally, I attempt to reach some general conclusions.
Latin America's industrialisation without agrarian reform: contrast with. This paper draws on lectures given in recent years at the China Agricultural University, on author’s book Class Dynamics of Agrarian Change  and on a recent The Politics of agrarian change in Asia and Latin America book .
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For the African recommend you purchase the Lipton Book as it is worth having if you are interested in the topic. It draws on the findings of the individual contributions and provides a comparison of the agrarian policies of left‐wing governments in Latin America.
About this book Readers of this book will encounter peasants and farmers who struggle at home and traverse national borders to challenge the World Trade Organization and other powerful global institutions.
Studies the activists in Brazil who uproot plots of genetically modified. Building on case studies from Africa, Latin America and Asia, the book interrogates how new agricultural innovations from agricultural research, new technologies and value chains reshape gender relations.
This publication contains pioneering economic analysis of the Green Revolution and is arguably the best-known book to emerge from the Institute’s work on the topic.
The book explores the economic, social and political implications of introducing high-yielding varieties of rice and wheat into rural areas of Asia and Latin America.
The main empirical material for this book comes from monsoon Asia, but it is supplemented by data Mexico and Colombia. It is shown that high-yielding varieties of wheat and rice, with accompanying technology, have not led to increased agricultural production per head, nor to reduced malnutrition.
The benefits of the green revolution have largely accrued to the prosperous regions and the more. Building on case studies from Africa, Latin America and Asia, the book interrogates how new agricultural innovations from agricultural research, new technologies and value chains reshape gender relations.
The Political Economy of Agrarian Change Agrarian political economy, as defined in the mission statement of Agrarian civilizations came to encompass most people in Asia, the A hectare farm in many parts of Latin America would be smaller than the national average, operated largely by family. David Ludden provides a comprehensive historical framework for the understanding of regional diversity of agrarian South Asia.
Adopting a long-term view, he treats South Asia not as a single civilization territory, but as a patchwork of agrarian regions, with their own social, cultural and political histories. - Includes numerous case studies on developing countries within Asia, Latin America, Middle East-North Africa, and Sub-Saharan Africa.
Providing detailed knowledge about the interactions of agriculture, conflict and crisis, this book aims to inform future policymaking for reconstruction and to foster resilience in the agricultural sector. These 2 of 5 volumes summarizing the results of the World Bank research project, Comparative Study of the Political Economy of Agricultural Pricing Policies, deal with the 5 countries studied in Latin America (Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia and the Domincan Republic) and the 6 countries studied in Asia (the Republic of Korea, Malaysia, Pakistan, the Philippines, Sri Lanka and Thailand).
Latin American Peasants () pages. Ginzberg, Eitan. "State Agrarianism versus Democratic Agrarianism: Adalberto Tejeda's Experiment in Veracruz, –32," Journal of Latin American Studies, Vol.
30#2 (May, ), pp. – in JSTOR; Handy, Jim. Revolution in the Countryside: Rural Conflict and Agrarian Reform in Guatemala, “Why East Asia Overtook Latin America: Agrarian Reform, Industrialisation and Development.” Third World Quarterly (December ): – DOI: / E-mail Citation» Clear, concise description of the social, political, economic, and international context of land reform in Latin America, Taiwan, and South.
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Agrarian South: Journal of Political Economy is the official periodical publication of the Agrarian South Network (ASN), a tri-continental association of researchers and institutions in Africa, Asia and Latin America/Caribbean.
The ASN is based at the Sam Moyo African Institute for. History of Latin America - History of Latin America - Socialism, communism, fascism: Latin America in the first half of the 20th century was feeling the impact of outside events not only on its economy but also politically, by the spread of imported ideologies and through the examples both of President Franklin D.
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For a relevant, insightful analysis of the performance of the agriculture sector in Latin America across different policy regimes, refer to Spoor () Spoor, M. ‘Policy Regimes and Performance of the Agricultural Sector in Latin America and the Caribbean During the Last Three Decades’.
Journal of Agrarian Change, 2(3): – The Political Economy of Agrarian Change. By K. GRIFFIN. (London: Macmillan, I Pp. xv+ ?) This book deals with the economic, social and political consequences of the Green Revolution, i.e.
of the introduction of new varieties of rice and wheat in Asia and Latin America. It is in three parts: the first deals with economic. In a comparable development in Chile, before the military coup ofmiddle-class intellectuals saw the AGRARIAN UNREST IN ASIA AND LATIN AMERICA 57 organization of the peasantry as `one of the essential means to achieve the structural change pursued by the Government (under President Eduardo Frei) and the Christian Democratic party.
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This book addresses how these changes involve fluctuations in gendered labour and decision making on farms and in agriculture and, in many places, have resulted in the.
This book presents research from across the globe on how gender relationships in agriculture are changing. In many regions of the world, agricultural transformations are occurring through increased commodification, new value-chains, technological innovations introduced by CGIAR and other development interventions, declining viability of small-holder agriculture livelihoods, male out-migration.
Land reform has been one of the most conflictive issues in twentieth- century Latin America. The reasons are simple. Effective reforms imply radical changes in economic and political relations both locally and nationally. And given Latin America’s role in the global economy, powerful transnational interests are frequently involved.
Just a decade ago, "agrarian reform" was anathema throughout most of the Western hemisphere. Only visionaries, revolutionaries and a few staff members of international agencies paid it any heed.
Latin American governments spurned it, and the U.S. Government ignored or disapproved of it. In the two countries where it had taken place, Mexico and Bolivia, it was the product of violent revolution.
This is the only road of progress until the day when the peasantry becomes a source of authority and a mainspring of change. But in whatever way it comes, in most instances the realization of agrarian reform is a precondition of the economic, social, political and technological changes without which democracy in Asia has no bright future.
Borras, S. (), ‘The Politics of Transnational Agrarian Movements’, Development and Change, vol. 41, no Bramall, C. (), ‘Chinese Land Reform in Long-Run Perspective and in the Wider East Asian Context’, Journal of Agrarian Change, vol.4, no 1&2. Byres, T.J.
(a), ‘Neo-Classical Neo-populism 25 Years On: Deja vu and Deja. Book Launch: The Global Farms Race -- Land Grabs, Agricultural Investment, and the Scramble for Food Security in Asia, Africa, Latin America, and the Former Soviet Union Designated by the Christian Science Monitor as one of 23 new foreign policy books that should have been read by the U.S.
presidential candidates. As a leading critic of the global food system his work is grounded in a quarter-century of experience working in Latin America with peasant farmers in the agroecology movement.
His latest book, and the central focus of this interview, is A Foodie’s Guide to Capitalism: Understanding the Political Economy of. Land reform - Land reform - Latin America: Except for the early example of Mexico, reform in Latin America has been recent and appears to have come only in response to the threat of social and political instability and mounting international pressures.
Reform in Latin America after World War II must be seen against a background of rapidly increasing population and of extreme contrasts between. This paper examines the recent changes in global land politics and agrarian movements and the activists and academics that mobilize around and study these issues.
Asia and Latin America and. Skip to main content. MENU. Search Browse; Resources. Authors; Librarians; Editors. Agrarianism as a political and social philosophy relates to the ownership and use of land for farming, or to the part of a society or economy that is tied to anism and agrarians will typically advocate on behalf of farmers and those in rural communities.
While many schools of thought exist within agrarianism, historically a recurring feature of agrarians has been a commitment. Opinion: The agrarian issue and current challenges. 7 June Caribbean, Central America, Global Campaign for Agrarian Reform, Key Documents (Land Water Territories), Land, Water and Territories, South America.
Throughout history, the progressive transformation of agricultural production has at its basis the struggle for land. With regard to the scholarship of agrarian change in Southeast Asia, Philip Hirsch notes that, apart from colonial-era studies, most research originates from the Cold War period and has thus “reflected debates between left and right, modernisationist and neo-Marxian, structuralist and nascent poststructuralist, essentialist and constructivist.2 days ago Latest from “Asia” in The Wall Street Journal.
Joshua Wong, who emerged from a day street occupation in as the leading face of a new generation of young activists, was jailed for more.The twentieth century was the period of many significant agrarian reforms in the countries of Latin America.
In spite of the fact these reforms were developed in order to address the interests of peasants and landless rural population, in most cases the definite results of these reforms were not associated with the social and economic aspects, but reflected the peculiarities of the political.