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Land reform distribution of land & institutions in rural Ethiopia: analysis of inequality with dirty data.

Abstract:

There are two either explicitly or implicitly and widely accepted ideas about the distribution of land in Ethiopia after the reform of 1975. First, land distribution in rural Ethiopia is highly equitable, for example compared to other African countries where private ownership exists. Second, the land distribution pattern currently observed is basically explained by what happened after the reform; hence, pre-reform tenures do not help us understand post-reform land distribution. This paper que...

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Bereket Kebede More by this author
Volume:
WPS/2006-05
Series:
Working Paper Series
Publication date:
2006
URN:
uuid:24770712-46a6-4993-a5c9-45d79b04a267
Local pid:
oai:economics.ouls.ox.ac.uk:13234
Language:
English

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