2 edition of Politics and agrarian reform bureaucracies in Chile : 1962-1964 found in the catalog.
Politics and agrarian reform bureaucracies in Chile : 1962-1964
Constantine Christopher Menges
|Series||Rand Corporation. Paper -- P-3971|
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|Pagination||34 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||34|
This is the second part of a two-part series. The first installment discussed conventional approaches to the agrarian sector in economic-development theory and policy, and their failings. This concluding installment focuses on the socio-economic case for land reform, and it role in successful economic development experiences. Thiesenhausen, William C. Broken promises: Agrarian reform and the Latin American campesino. Boulder, CO: Westview Press. This revised look at land reform in the age of neoliberal economics provides a useful recasting of both original calls for reform, and the future of agrarian reform in a more commercial export driven market.
The Economic and Socio-Political Cases for Land Reform. There are two broad arguments for the importance of land reform. The first is based on the widely observed inverse relationship between farm size and output per unit of land area: smaller farms produce more . For instance, in , the Republican-dominated Congress passed civil service reform measures "both as a way of freezing their supporters in office, as well as taking the political .
Caldera attended elementary school in his native San Felipe and later in Caracas, at the Jesuit-run Catholic school San Ignacio de Loyola, where he completed his secondary education at the age of fifteen. The following year he began law studies at the Central University of Venezuela. Born: Rafael Antonio Caldera Rodríguez, 24 . Children of Fate: Childhood, Class, and the State in Chile, – [Nara B. Milanich and Nara B. Milanich]. In modern Latin America, profound social inequalities have persisted despite the promise of equality. Nara B. Milanich argues that social a.
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An exploration of the political factors which conditioned the performance of the three government bureaucracies charged with the implementation of Chile's first agrarian reform law. Although the political environment in was certainly favorable to some dynamic action, the record is quite clear that little was accomplished, particularly in regard to land redistribution.
Get this from a library. Politics and agrarian reform bureaucracies in Chile: [Constantine Christopher Menges; Rand Corporation,]. Politics and Agrarian Reform Bureaucracies in Chile: An exploration of the political factors which conditioned the performance of the three government bureaucracies charged with the implementation of Chile's first agrarian reform law.
Brian Loveman focuses upon rural mobilization and land reform. While there is an impressive amount of literature dealing with the rural area and labor in Chile during the period of the agrarian reform itself ( and after), very little is known about the rise and evolution of the "agrarian question," particularly in the early s.
Heidi Tinsman, author of Partners in Conflict: The Politics of Gender, Sexuality, and Labor in the Chilean Agrarian Reform, “In this beautifully written and well-crafted book, Nara B.
Milanich convincingly argues that the family served as the nexus for class formation in late nineteenth and early twentieth century Chile/5(1).
The Political Value of Land: Democratization and Land Prices in Chile. Political Reform and land prices in Chile. agrarian reform became such an important political. The Peruvian agrarian reform is analysed within this context and evaluated in terms of its contribution to rural development.
Chile has instituted both a land reform programme and an. Description. Culture and Political Economy in Western Sicily presents the relationship between the early colonial period, a time when Sicily exported wheat and animal products, and a later neocolonial period, during which manpower is the principal energy loss.
The book discusses the rise and development of the Mafia;Book Edition: 1. Land Occupations, Violence, and the Politics of Agrarian Reform in Brazil by John L. Hammond Landless farmworkers in Brazil typically occupy land that is legally eligible for expropriation, but the state normally does not expropriate until a.
Meanwhile, agrarian reform had attracted hundreds of would-be ejidatarios into the valley from elsewhere in the northwest. With this growth the scale of the illegal practices expanded, as had their threat to the now quite populous river-basin by: This resource book focuses on truth commissions mandated to look at a period of human rights violations that particularly affected indigenous communities, such as those listed above.
It is an initial effort to systematically organize lessons learned and make further progress by designing truth processes that are fully compliant with the rights. Land Owners and Politics in Chile: A Study of the Sociedad Nacional de Agricultura.
AGRICULTURAL INCENTIVES BEFORE, DURING, AND AFTER AGRARIAN REFORM: TRADE, EXCHANGE RATE, AND DIRECT PRICE POLICIESIn the late s and early s, during the public debate about Chile’s agrarian reform, a central reasonfor promoting a profound change in the structure of land tenure was the presumed inefficiency ofcommercial farms and.
Children of Fate explores such themes as paternity, illegitimacy, kinship, and child circulation over the course of eighty years of Chile's modern history to illuminate the ways family practices and ideologies powerfully shaped the lives of individuals as well as broader social ch pays particular attention to family law.
-- Pablo Whipple * A Contracorriente * "In this beautifully written and well-crafted book, Nara B. Milanich convincingly argues that the family served as the nexus for class formation in late nineteenth and early twentieth century Chile [T]his study makes a major contribution to the burgeoning historiography of children in Latin America.
Studies from a number of countries, including Australia, Canada, Morocco and Viet Nam, illustrate both the variety of institutional strategies adopted by feminists in different political and cultural settings, and the highly diverse forms of political action by women that can be seen to constitute feminist politics.
In their reflections appeared together in the book One Thousand Days of Revolution, also published in Prague. Praxis Press in the United Kingdom republished that book in The subtitle is, Chilean Communists on the Lessons of Popular Unity Politics in the Andes is the first comprehensive volume to assess the persistent political challenges facing Bolivia, Colombia, Ecuador, Peru, and Venezuela.
Arguing that Andean states and societies have been shaped by common historical forces, the contributors' comparative approach reveals how different countries have responded variously to. Paper Works: Contested Resource Histories in Peru’s Huascarán National Park.
Author links open overlay and then—following the agrarian reform—the Huascarán National Park after While legal actions may not worry the park administration unduly, social actions are far more unsettling. the paper bureaucracies governing Cited by: 6. In Aymara Indian Perspectives on Development in the Andes, Amy Eisenberg provides a detailed exploration of the ethnoecological dimensions of the tension between the Aymara, whose economic, spiritual, and social life are inextricably tied to land and water, and three major challenges: the paving of Chile High the diversion of the Altiplano waters of the Río.
You can write a book review and share your experiences. Other readers will always be interested in your opinion of the books you've read. Whether you've loved the book or not, if you give your honest and detailed thoughts then people will find new books that are right for them.Land reform, of course, is only an example of social reform legisla-tion which has been frustrated because of unequal access and representa-tion.
An impressive body of social welfare, anti-discrimination and regula-tory legislation already exists in the statute books of Latin American and Caribbean countries.6 “The Media and Redemocratization in Peru,” Studies in Latin American Popular Culture, Vol.
6 (), pp. "Why Peru's Alan García is a Man on the Move," LASA Forum (Winter ). “After Agrarian Reform and Democratic Government: Has Peruvian Agriculture Developed?” in F.