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Basic questions regarding land policy during a period of agricultural transformation in Hungary

, : Basic questions regarding land policy during a period of agricultural transformation in Hungary. A foldbirtokpolitika alapkerdesei az atalakulo magyar mezogazdasagban: 75pp.

Hungary's new land policy has to take into account the changes being made in land and property ownership as a result of increasing privatization, and the development and regulation of land markets. The paper considers the concept of a modernized, competitive agricultural sector and the regulation and intervention required in a land market.

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