5 edition of Agrarian policies in communist Europe found in the catalog.
|Statement||by Karl-Eugen Wädekin ; edited by Everett M. Jacobs.|
|Series||Studies in East European and Soviet Russian agrarian policy :, v. 1|
|Contributions||Jacobs, Everett M.|
|LC Classifications||HD1918 1982 .W33|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 324 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||324|
|LC Control Number||79055000|
This book offers an in-depth case study of Romania's land and agricultural reforms from midth century and up to , offering a historical account of agricultural reforms in post-communist Romania in the light of more than a century of social and economic development experiments. Taking a 'dual economy' analytic perspective, the book examines the impact of structural and agricultural. Apropos of the theses on the agrarian question published over the signature of the Central Committee (Le comitè directeur) of the Communist Party of France in La Voix Pagsanne (Peasant Voice)  No. 95 of Novem , I may say the following. It seems to me that the main ideas of the theses are quite correct, that they correspond to the decisions of the congresses of the Comintern.
Communism, political and economic doctrine that aims to replace private property and a profit-based economy with public ownership and communal control of at least the major means of production (e.g., mines, mills, and factories) and the natural resources of a society. We are dealing with an interesting book, useful not only for a better understanding of the agricultural policies of the interwar period but also for a deep knowledge of fascist ideology itself. Iñaki Iriarte-Goñi is senior lecturer of Economic History in the University of Zaragoza. He specializes in agrarian history.
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Agrarian Policies in Communist Europe Vol. 1 (Studies in East European and Soviet Russian Agrarian Policy): Business Development Books @ ce: $ Additional Physical Format: Online version: Wädekin, Karl Eugen. Agrarian policies in communist Europe. Totowa, N.J.: Allanheld, Osmun, © (OCoLC) A book to be welcomed, with plenty of figures for the specialist and clear and intelligible writing for the general reader.
This, the first of three projected volumes on agriculture in the U.S.S.R. and Eastern Europe, is a comprehensive comparative survey, historical and contemporary. Except for Poland and Yugoslavia, which retained a. Preface / W.A. Douglas Jackson --Communist and non-communist agrarian systems, with special reference to the U.S.S.R.
and communist China: A comparative approach / Karl August Wittfogel --Comment / R.P. Rochlin, Werner Klatt --The decision to collectivize / Alec Nove --Comment / Thomas P.
Bernstein, George L. Yaney --Kolkhoz, Sovkhoz, and. The Socialist Revolutionary Party was a major political party in early 20th century Russia and a key player in the Russian the February Revolution of it shared power with other liberal and Agrarian policies in communist Europe book socialist forces within the Russian Provisional Government.
In Novemberit won a plurality of the national vote in Russia's first-ever democratic elections (to the. Agrarian Policy of the Chinese Communist Party, By Chao Kuo-Chun Asia Publishing House (for Indian School of International Studies and Institute.
First published in in the wake of the fall of the Soviet Union and its agricultural policies, these editors presented a series of ten related articles on the transition to post-communist, more privatised agricultural policies, each specialising in a specific region of Central and Eastern Europe.
After World War II, the Eastern European nations under Communist rule implemented agrarian reforms following the Soviet model.
Since the collapse of Communist rule in Eastern Europe (–90) and the disintegration of the Soviet Union () there has been movement, sometimes successful, sometimes fitful, toward privatization of agriculture.
This book offers an in-depth case study of Romania’s land and agricultural reforms, offering a historical account of agricultural reforms in post-communist Romania up to the year It examines the impact of structural change and agricultural policy. Bulgarian Agrarian National Union also translated to English as Bulgarian Agrarian People's Union (Bulgarian: Български земеделски народен съюз, Bǎlgarski Zemedelski Naroden Sǎjuz; BZNS) is a political party devoted to representing the causes of the Bulgarian was an agrarian movement and was most powerful between and Headquarters: Sofia.
The history of communism encompasses a wide variety of ideologies and political movements sharing the core theoretical values of common ownership of wealth, economic enterprise and property.
Most modern forms of communism are grounded at least nominally in Marxism, a theory and method conceived by Karl Marx during the 19th century. Marxism subsequently gained a widespread following across much. Agrarian reform can refer either, narrowly, to government-initiated or government-backed redistribution of agricultural land (see land reform) or, broadly, to an overall redirection of the agrarian system of the country, which often includes land reform measures.
Agrarian reform can include credit measures, training, extension, land consolidations, etc. Principles and policies of agrarian reform in post-communist countries: The first building block for a comparative analysis of state capacity and political developmentAuthor: Lars Johannsen. Short and readable book that concentrates on the role of agrarian reforms in social transitions; focuses on types of land and agrarian reforms, with wide geographical : Susie Jacobs.
Book Description: This book explores the interrelated campaigns of agricultural collectivization in the USSR and in the communist dictatorships established in Soviet-dominated Eastern Europe.
Despite the profound, long-term societal impact of collectivization, the subject has remained relatively underresearched. A fascinating comparative study of how the agricultural experience of the Soviet Bloc has shaped and sometimes hindered development in the rest of the communist world, this book examines the agrarian policies of China, Mongolia, Vietnam, and Cuba, and provides an account of agricultural development in socialist economies which focuses on both the historical and contemporary aspects of this.
Agrarian socialism is a socioeconomic political movement which seeks to combine an agrarian way of life with socialist (or semi-socialist) economic policies.
When compared to standard socialist systems which are generally urban/industrial (thus often focused on centralization and a comprehensive state), internationally oriented, and more progressive/liberal in terms of social orientation.
Furthermore, the new agrarian policies and the collection of surpluses had led to a famine in the countryside. By the s, many of the Soviet Union’s peasants had become deeply anti-communist.
Stalin decided to respond to this opposition by using force to coerce farmers into collectives and to quell any political or ideological : Jennifer Rosenberg. Communism had been vastly strengthened by the winning of many new nations into the zone of Soviet influence and strength in Eastern Europe.
Governments strictly modeled on the Soviet Communist plan were installed in the "satellite" states—Albania, Poland, Czechoslovakia, Hungary, Bulgaria, Romania, and East Germany. Privatizing the Land provides an overview of reforms in the state socialist agrarian systems, especially during the s and s in Eastern Europe and the Soviet Union.
Using empirical evidence, the contributors provide a balanced assessment of how agrarian economies performed in different communist by: 2. Read "State Power, Agrarian Policies and Peasant Welfare Politics of Agricultural Marketing and Commodity Boards in Nigeria" by Dan Mou available from Rakuten Kobo.
This book identifies and explains the politico-historical forces that underlie agrarian policies in Nigeria. It also exa Brand: Authorhouse UK.The Failure of Agrarian Capitalism: Agrarian Politics in the UK, Germany, the Netherlands and the USA, [Koning, Niek] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
The Failure of Agrarian Capitalism: Agrarian Politics in the UK, Germany, the Netherlands and the USA, Cited by: That influenced European intellectuals like François Quesnay, an avid Confucianist and advocate of China's agrarian policies, in form the French agrarian philosophy of Physiocracy.
 The Physiocrats, along with the ideas of John Locke and the Romantic Era, formed the basis of modern European and American agrarianism.