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Land reform development challenges of 1963-2003 continue into the twenty-first century

, : Land reform development challenges of 1963-2003 continue into the twenty-first century. Land Reform, Land Settlement and Cooperatives (2): 32-42

This article examines the rural development issues that preoccupied policy-makers and analysts in the 1960s, the concern over which has been renewed in the last decade but within a different context in terms of development thinking and policy choice. Emphasis is placed on the roles of the state and the market in reducing inequality of land distribution and rural poverty in combination with maintaining agricultural growth.


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