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Commune Cazasu: Peri-Urban Economic And Land Patterns

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  • Violeta FLORIAN

    () (Institute of Agricultural Economics, Romanian Academy, Bucharest)

  • Mihai CHIŢEA

    () (Institute of Agricultural Economics, Romanian Academy, Bucharest)

  • Elisabeta ROŞU

    () (Institute of Agricultural Economics, Romanian Academy, Bucharest)

  • Monica Mihaela TUDOR

    () (Institute of Agricultural Economics, Romanian Academy, Bucharest)

Abstract

The study of land and economic patterns presupposes the analysis of the existing economic and social structures of the peri-urban area named Cazasu. This whole structural ensemble has generated and has been generated by the community and individual behaviours, greatly influenced by the legal regime of ownership. Rural communities have a social behaviour depending on the way in which the land ownership problem has been solved up. Obviously, for any rural community, land is not a simple production mean, and this is even more valid for a peri-urban society; it is also an obvious fact that, in the case of ruptures, of fundamental changes in the ownership relationships at the rural society level, the social restructuring has become an ample process, with a real historical dimension.

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  • Violeta FLORIAN & Mihai CHIŢEA & Elisabeta ROŞU & Monica Mihaela TUDOR, 2016. "Commune Cazasu: Peri-Urban Economic And Land Patterns," Agricultural Economics and Rural Development, Institute of Agricultural Economics, vol. 13(2), pages 201-221.
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    Keywords

    peri-urban; legal regime; irrigations;
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    • O12 - Economic Development, Innovation, Technological Change, and Growth - - Economic Development - - - Microeconomic Analyses of Economic Development

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