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Agrarian reform and structural change: Ecuador since 1964






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Agrarian reform and structural change: Ecuador since 1964

The chapter examines the implementation of agrarian reform policies in Ecuador since 1964 and assesses subsequent impacts on the land-tenure system, rural social relations, and technological change. Agrarian reform is analyzed in the context of other policies and processes that have shaped the evolution of the agrarian structure.


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