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Agrarian policy in migrant labour societies: reform or transformation in Zimbabwe?






Review of African Political Economy (29): 77-94

Agrarian policy in migrant labour societies: reform or transformation in Zimbabwe?

The paper deals with one basic problem that Southern African countries will have to face in any transformation of their agriculture: if these societies are "labour reserves" they cannot easily be transformed so as to eliminate labour migration.

Accession: 001158830

DOI: 10.2307/4005650

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