Zimbabwes Fast Track Land Reform Booksite Afrika

Zimbabwes Fast Track Land Reform

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Book Title
Zimbabwes Fast Track Land Reform
Author
Booksite Afrika
ISBN
9781780321486
A landmark work on a subject of considerable controversy.Providing new, in-depth empirical research, based on a broader geographical scope than any previous study carried out on the Zimbabwe's fast-track land reform, this book examines how processes such as land acquisition, allocation, transitional production outcomes, social life, gender, and tenure, have influenced and been influenced by the forces driving the program. It also explores the ways in which the land-reform program has created a new agrarian structure based on small- to medium-scale farmers. In attempting to resolve the problematic issues the reforms have raised, the authors argue that it is this new agrarian formation which provides the greatest scope for improving Zimbabwe's agriculture and development.  

A landmark work on a subject of considerable controversy.Providing new, in-depth empirical research, based on a broader geographical scope than any previous study carried out on the Zimbabwe's fast-track land reform, this book examines how processes such as land acquisition, allocation, transitional production outcomes, social life, gender, and tenure, have influenced and been influenced by the forces driving the program. It also explores the ways in which the land-reform program has created a new agrarian structure based on small- to medium-scale farmers. In attempting to resolve the problematic issues the reforms have raised, the authors argue that it is this new agrarian formation which provides the greatest scope for improving Zimbabwe's agriculture and development.

 

A landmark work on a subject of considerable controversy.Providing new, in-depth empirical research, based on a broader geographical scope than any previous study carried out on the Zimbabwe's fast-track land reform, this book examines how processes such as land acquisition, allocation, transitional production outcomes, social life, gender, and tenure, have influenced and been influenced by the forces driving the program. It also explores the ways in which the land-reform program has created a new agrarian structure based on small- to medium-scale farmers. In attempting to resolve the problematic issues the reforms have raised, the authors argue that it is this new agrarian formation which provides the greatest scope for improving Zimbabwe's agriculture and development.