Agrarian Reform in Uzbekistan: Why Has the Chinese Model Failed to Deliver?
The paper analyses the nature and effects of agrarian reform in Uzbekistan. Since becoming independent in late 1991, Uzbekistan has followed a gradual reform path, often invoking the Chinese model. Agrarian reform has resembled China's post-1978 household responsibility system, but has failed to deliver the rapid agricultural growth which followed the Chinese reforms.
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- Pomfret, R & Anderson, K-H, 1997. "Uzbekistan : Welfare Impact of Slow Transition," Research Paper 135, World Institute for Development Economics Research.
- Tarr, David G., 1993. "How moving to world prices affects the terms of trade in 15 countries of the former Soviet Union," Policy Research Working Paper Series 1074, The World Bank.
- Richard Pomfret, 1998. "Poverty in the Kyrgyz Republic," School of Economics Working Papers 1998-05, University of Adelaide, School of Economics.
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