By Catherine Chan-Halbrendt, Jean Fantle-Lepczyk
This e-book provides significant demanding situations and possibilities dealing with agriculture sectors within the wake of the transition from a deliberate to marketplace economic climate. utilizing Albania as a case research, it examines the shift from communism to unfastened markets and the lasting results of such swap 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 international locations, the booklet additionally appears to be like on the way forward for agriculture in transitioning economies.
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The structure of 20 E. Zhllima and F. Guri landownership was bimodal, dominated by either large estates or small farms. The çiftlik covered more than 55% of the land, the majority of which was owned by the Ottoman state and religious institutions. The remaining, approximately 45%, of land was owned by small landholders with less than 2 ha each. This allocation of land existed until the beginning of the World War II. During this period, several researchers travelling in Albania, such as Sedlmayer (1916; cited in Gambeta, 1999), Lorenzoni (1930), Roucek (1933), and Vlora (1973) witnessed a dismal situation in agriculture, with poor land operations, limited access to irrigation and drainage, and minimal mechanization.
Agricultural markets in a transitioning economy : an Albanian case study by Catherine Chan-Halbrendt, Jean Fantle-Lepczyk