Privatizing the Land: Rural Political Economy in Post-Communist Societies

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Table of contents

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  • Routledge Studies of Societies in Transition ii
  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Figures vii
  • Tables viii
  • Contributors xi
  • Preface xiii
  • 1 - A Theoretical Framework 1
  • Bibliography 16
  • Part I - Failures and Successes 19
  • 2 - The Hungarian Agricultural 'Miracle' and the Limits of Socialist Reforms 21
  • Notes 40
  • Bibliography 41
  • 3 - Bulgarian Agriculture in the 1980s 43
  • Notes 59
  • Bibliography 60
  • 4 - Cuba: the Reluctant Reformer 62
  • Notes 89
  • Bibliography 90
  • 5 - Agrarian Change in Contemporary Rural China 92
  • Notes 119
  • Bibliography 121
  • 6 - Continuity and Change in Rural China 125
  • Notes 142
  • Bibliography 145
  • 7 - State, Decollectivization, and the Peasant Question in Vietnam 149
  • Notes 182
  • Bibliography 185
  • Part II - The Collapse and Restructuring of Agrarian Systems During the Post-Communist Crisis of Transformation 189
  • 8 - Is There an Alternative? 191
  • Notes 211
  • Bibliography 212
  • 9 - The Post-Communist Transformational Crisis of the Hungarian Agrarian System 214
  • Appendix 237
  • Notes 242
  • Bibliography 243
  • 10 - Path Dependency and State Policy in Reforming Bulgarian Agriculture 245
  • Notes 268
  • Bibliography 268
  • Index 271
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