By Catherine Chan-Halbrendt, Jean Fantle-Lepczyk
This booklet provides significant demanding situations and possibilities dealing with agriculture sectors within the wake of the transition from a deliberate to industry financial system. utilizing Albania as a case research, it examines the shift from communism to loose markets and the lasting results of such swap on agricultural creation and schooling. utilizing basic learn resources to provide readers a correct portrayal of the trail that lies forward for lots of constructing international locations, the e-book additionally appears on the way forward for agriculture in transitioning economies.
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Since 1991, when the land was distributed, less than 15% of surveyed farms have made land transactions (World Bank, 2006; Zhllima and Imami, 2012). The low activity of the land market transactions reduces the possibility of land consolidation. While the land sale market has not yet been able to develop in Albania, the rental market is more active. , 2006; World Bank, 2007; Zhllima and Imami, 2012). The rental market is important in Albania as it has been estimated that 90% of farms with more than 2 ha are based on lease holdings (MAFCP, 2003).
The government also distributed a cow and small ruminants to individual farmers and allowed a modest agricultural private market to function (Civici, 1997; de Waal, 2004), but this intervention did not gave a clear incentive to the farmers and therefore did not improve productivity or change agricultural production and increase farmers’ motivation. 3 The land reform of 1991 The food crisis and the external political changes made the government accept the transition from a mono-party to the multi-party system in 1991, as well as the opening of the Albanian economy (Pashko, 1993), which was approved by parliament at the end of October 1991.
Agricultural markets in a transitioning economy : an Albanian case study by Catherine Chan-Halbrendt, Jean Fantle-Lepczyk