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Institutional reform and grain markets in post-1990 Nicaragua
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Abstract. The Sandinista agrarian reform in Nicaragua brought major changes to the land tenure system and the agricultural economy. Based on an interpretation which gave to the agro-export sector the most dynamic role in the economy, the agrarian reform must be understood as a mean of implementing a strategy of agro-industrial development. Poverty in Nicaragua has decreased slightly in the past ten years, but the country is still the second poorest in Latin America. Nicaragua is continuing to recover from a decade of civil war which devastated the economy, however, ongoing disputes over land ownership, price fluctuations of vital export commodities such as coffee, and natural disasters are all continuing .
An extract from their work "Nicaragua's Public Administration Reform: Requirements, Antecedents and Contents," for the Institute of Nicaraguan Studies (IEN). Paul Oquist y Rodolfo Delgado There is general consensus that nicaragua, like the majority of countries, requires significant social, economic and political reform. An analysis of the political impact of agrarian reform, comparing the effects of different reform strategies employed in Nicaragua between and The book examines the voting patterns, and explores the tendency of the peasantry to .
Development Planning and Policymaking: the State, and the Market (pp. ) Stabilization, Adjustment, Reform, and Privatization (pp. , ) Questions to Discuss [This provides possible answers to chapter ending questions. However, with most essay questions, the phrasing and wording for answers can vary. Access the latest politics analysis and economic growth summary through for Nicaragua from The Economist Intelligence Unit.
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Get this from a library. Institutional reform and grain markets in post Nicaragua: the impact of structural adjustment. [Max Spoor]. Spoor, M.N. Institutional reform and grain markets in post Nicaragua: the impact of structural Working Paper Series / General Series (Vol.
pp. 1–31). Erasmus University : Max Spoor. Institutional reform and grain markets in post Nicaragua: the impact of structural adjustment: Published in: ISS Working Paper Series / General Series,1 - ISSN Series: ISS Working Papers - General Series.
ISSN Author: M.N. Spoor (Max) Supporting host: International Institute of Social Studies of Erasmus Author: Max Spoor. Neo-liberalism and Institutional Reform in Post Nicaragua: the Impact on Grain Markets MAXSPOOR Institute of Social Studies, The Hague, The Netherlands INTRODUCTION This article deals with the neo-liberal economic policies and institutional.
Institutional reform and grain markets in post Nicaragua: the impact of structural adjustment. By M.N. (Max) Spoor. Topics: agricultural markets, grain, structural adjustment, agrarian reform agrarian reform, Author: M.N. (Max) Spoor. Institutional reform and grain markets in post Nicaragua: the impact of structural adjustment.
By M.N. Spoor. Abstract. agricultural markets; grain; structural adjustment; agrarian reform; Nicaragua; OAI identifier: Provided by: Research. Neo-liberalism and Institutional Reform in Post Nicaragua: the Impact on Grain Markets MaxSpoor Women, Work and Household Survival Strategies in Mexico, Past Trends, Current Tendencies and Future Research Sylvia Chant Book Reviews The book examines in depth the problematic effects of state intervention in agricultural markets of developing countries Learn about institutional subscriptions.
Chapters Table of The Limits of Market Intervention: Nicaragua (–90) Max Spoor. Pages Transformation of the Grain Market. Max Spoor. Pages Agricultural. Keywords: Nicaragua, market liberalization, grain markets, prices, marketing margins Introduction The economic adjustment and stabilization programmes implemented by the Sandinistas during the period and by the UNO-government in the post era have fundamentally changed the structure and dynamics of domestic grain markets.
Nicaragua - Pension and Financial Market Reform Technical Assistance Credit (English) Abstract. The Pension and Financial Market Reform Technical Assistance Credit for Nicaragua had the following ratings: the outcome was unsatisfactory, the sustainability was likely, the institutional development impact was substantial, and the Bank and borrower.
Nicaragua - Agricultural Technology and Land Management Project (English) Abstract. The main objective of the Agricultural Technology and Land Management Project is to assist Nicaragua in its move towards a market-oriented economy, and to increase and diversify agricultural output and exports, while preserving the country's natural resource.
The fascinating case of Nicaragua is explored, focusing on the interventionist period under Sandinista rule, followed by an analysis of the post laissez-faire UNO-period.
The limits of state intervention are shown by analysing in detail the unintended effects of certain policies such as those on land reform, price, credit and. The term "land reform" is in Nicaragua often-times presented as a feature only associated with the government of the Frente Sandinista de Liberación Nacional (FSLN) of.
"Grain Sector Reform and Food Security in the Countries of the Former USSR," Cereal Sector Reform in the Former Soviet Union and Central and Eastern Europe, L.
Smith, and N. Spooner, eds., pp. Wallingford, UK: CAB International. This report focuses on the political economy and institutional aspects of agricultural commodity market reform. In order to explore in detail factors that are critical to the processes, consequences, and substance of reform, the authors have focused the analysis and evaluation on five commodities important in many developing countries.
The dilemmas of agrarian reform in Nicaragua are examined using data collected during interviews and participant observation in The Sandinista government aimed to end the exploitation of the rural poor.
Attempts to promote balanced economic development and redistribute agricultural resources created labour shortages in the coffee and cotton harvests.
reforms on the operation of land markets in Honduras and Nicaragua. Both countries implemented reform packages in the early ™s, which were designed to enhance agricultural efficiency and the land access of less well-off households via the activation of land markets.
We estimate non-parametric regressions of: i) Land owned versus land. A detailed retrospective of the Green Revolution, its achievement and limits in terms of agricultural productivity improvement, and its broader impact at social, environmental, and economic levels is provided. Lessons learned and the strategic insights are reviewed as the world is preparing a “redux” version of the Green Revolution with more integrative.
The term "land reform" is in Nicaragua often-times presented as a feature only associated with the government of the Frente Sandinista de Liberación Nacional (FSLN) of the s (see for example Rocha, ; “Land reform reformed,”.
This chapter addresses the relationship between economic development, armed conflict, and social reform in Nicaragua under the Sandinista administration between and This period saw a combination of ambitious reform based on land redistribution, universal social services, state investment, and income redistribution in a mixed open economy supported by.
This book analyzes various facets of economic reforms in South Asia and their implications for attaining food security.
It illuminates relevant issues regarding the constraints and challenges in achieving food security, focusing on South Asian countries where a large percentage of the world’s poor reside.
Laura Enriquez studied this problem extensively while working in Nicaragua between andand in Harvesting Change she provides a unique analysis of the dilemmas of reform in an agrarian society. Enriquez describes the traditional labor relations of Nicaragua's agroexport production and outlines their breakdown as agrarian reform : Laura J.
Enríquez.Reverting the Gender-Biased Agrarian Reform: Lessons from Latin America This article analyzes the trajectory of 14 Latin American agrarian reforms from a .