7 edition of Agrarian structure in Latin America found in the catalog.
|Other titles||Tenencia de la tierra y reforma agraria en América Latina.|
|Statement||edited by Solon Barraclough for the training courses of the Chilean Agrarian Reform Training and Research Institute (ICIRA), in collaboration with Juan Carlos Collarte.|
|Series||Studies in the economic and social development of Latin America|
|Contributions||Collarte, Juan Carlos, joint author., Inter-American Committee for Agricultural Development., Instituto de Capacitación e Investigación en Reforma Agraria (Chile)|
|LC Classifications||HD320.5.Z63 I46|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxvi, 351 p.|
|Number of Pages||351|
|LC Control Number||72007020|
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, Cited by: 1. Over the past decade there has been a steady increase in the number of works dealing with agrarian structures in Latin America from either a Marxist or a multidisciplinary point of view. Both books reviewed here represent the first trend, and the Goodman and Redclift volume represents the second as : William E. Carter.
Book Description. 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 . Note: If you're looking for a free download links of Agrarian Structure and Political Power: Landlord and Peasant in the Making of Latin American (Pitt Latin American Series) Pdf, epub, docx and torrent then this site is not for you. only do ebook promotions online and we does not distribute any free download of ebook on this site.
Get this from a library! A theory of agrarian structure: typology and paths of transformation in Latin America. [David Lehmann]. Throughout rural Latin America, working conditions were repressive and exploitative. Structuralists and reformist liberals, particularly those from the United States, considered the bi-modal agrarian structure (large estates-smallholdings) in Latin America to be unjust and inefficient with damaging social and political consequences.
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This book describes the present situation of land tenure and the problems it creates in certain countries with special reference to latifundios (very large estates) and dwarf holdings; examines the relations existing between land tenure and development; and determines criteria for the evaluation of agrarian reform programmes in Latin America.
A team of social scientists and historians examine the relationship of agrarian structures to social and political structures and processes in Latin American during the 19th and 20th centuries. They balance models that show patterns and generalizations, with an acknowledgment of the diversity of historical : Hardcover.
Agrarian Structure and Political Power: Landlord and Peasant in the Making of Latin America Safford, Frank, Huber, Evelyne The troubled history of democracy in Latin America has been the subject of much scholarly commentary.
structures means there is still an unresolved agrarian question throughout much of Latin America, and this is still a major impediment to sustained processes of. The troubled history of democracy in Latin America has been the subject of much scholarly commentary.
This volume breaks new ground by systematically exploring the linkages among the historical legacies of large landholding patterns, agrarian class relations, and authoritarian versus democratic trajectories in Latin American countries.
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. The agrarian structure in Latin America consists of four types of holdings, essentially: plantations, family-sized and owner operated farms, latifundia and minifundia.
Agrarian Reform in Latin America agrarian reform Traditionally, agrarian, or land, reform is confined to the redistribution of land; in a broader sense it includes related changes in agricultural institutions, including credit, taxation, rents, and cooperatives.
Social Classes and Types of Farm Enterprises in Latin America Dynamic Process of Class Differentiation in Latin America Typology of Land Reforms in Latin America Types of Agrarian Reforms Tables Average Annual Growth Rates in Gross Domestic Product, Manufac turing, and Gross Fixed Capital Formation 19 The structure of the region´s agriculture is very diverse.
Although large farms account for much of the commercial agriculture that generates Brazilian and Argentinean exports, it is estimated that more than 50% of the Latin American region´s food production comes from its 14 million smallholder farmers (IDB/Global Harvest Initiative, ).
The Agrarian Question and Reformism in Latin America epitomizes the emerging tradition of conflict-oriented approaches to problems of economic, agricultural, and rural development in Third World nations. Drawing on firsthand observations of the agrarian crises in Argentina, Chile, Colombia, Peru, and ten other Latin American nations, Alain de Janvry effectively blends3/5(2).
The two related parts of the study deal respectively with feudalism in Latin America and agrarian reform in Bolivia. Part I surveys the history of Latin America from the Spanish colonial era to the present day.
Part II analyses agrarian structure, criticising existing institutions and agrarian laws. As for the laws on indigenous communities, the provision on the inalienability of the Author: A. Urquidi. AGRARIAN STRUCTURE IN LATIN AMERICA no less real because it is maintained by arms.
Not until the present century has the dominance of the landed class in ru-ral Latin America been seriously threat-ened. Social revolutions overthrowing the traditional seigneurial system, how-ever, have now taken place in Mexico, Bolivia and Cuba while.
Even then, it took a century after the abolition of slavery before the South’s latifundia-based agrarian structure began to be substantially modified. I first experienced the dynamics of latifundia systems not in Latin America but in the United States Mississippi delta in the mids where I was co-manager of a large cotton, livestock and forest estate worked primarily.
As Alain de Janvry states in his well-known work on the agrarian question in Latin America: “The accumulation of capital is the objective force that guides the historical development of capitalism, and the exploitation of labor by capital is the mechanism by which this accumulation occurs” (de Janvry8).Author: Chris Carlson.
Agrarian structure in Latin America; a resume of the CIDA land tenure studies of: Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Guatemala, Peru, Author: Solon Barraclough ; Juan Carlos Collarte ; Inter-American Committee for Agricultural Development. Agriculture in Latin America and the Caribbean 1.
Agriculture in Latin America and the Caribbean IDB, Washington D.C., 27 April Filed under: Agriculture -- Economic aspects -- Latin America -- Congresses. Agrarian Structure and Political Power: Landlord and Peasant in the Making of Latin America (Pittsburgh and London: University of Pittsburgh Press, c), ed.
by Evelyne Huber and Frank Safford (page images at Pitt) Filed under: Food supply -- Latin America -- Congresses. Since the early s, increased global demand for agrofood commodities, particularly soybeans and beef, has driven rapid agrarian change in Latin America. Agrarian Problems and Peasant Movements in Latin America.
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This list is generated based on data provided by CrossRef. Blacks of the Land. p. political scientists and other specialists concerning the nature and structure of Latin American agrarian society.
An increasing number of studies have come Cited by: Despite years of land reform all over the World, important land inequalities remain, especially in Latin America and Southern in these countries, there is near consensus on the need for redistribution, much controversy persists around how to redistribute land peacefully and legally, often blocking progress on book focuses on the "how" of land .