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Commons and collectives: the lack of social capital in central Asia's land reforms



Commons and collectives: the lack of social capital in central Asia's land reforms



Working Paper Institute of Development Studies, University of Sussex ( 40): i + 28 pp.



Current debate about land and agrarian reform in the post-Soviet Central Asian republics is discussed. It is argued that it tends to be couched in terms of stark choices between state, collective and private ownership, whether of land, livestock, or operating capital.

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