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Transition, Institutions and the Rural Sector (Rural Economies in…

by Max Spoor

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Transitions, Institutions and the Rural Sector is a series of essays examining and analyzing the rural transformations in the transition economies of Eastern Europe and Central Asia. The authors included in this volume employ a variety of interesting and insightful approaches to the topic, including synthetic regional analysis, analytic comparative studies, and unique case studies drawn from fieldwork. The first part of the book presents comparative studies of agrarian reform during the past decade of transition, while the second contains detailed studies of individual countries. Part of the Rural Economies in Transition series,Transitions, Institutions and the Rural Sector explores the complexities of rural transformations and the often unanticipated challenges faced by both the public and private sector in developing countries. Editor Max Spoor has assembled a set of thoroughly researched and persuasively argued pieces that fill a major gap in the scholarship on transition economies.

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