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Agrarian labour arrangements and structural change

Gillian Hart

Agrarian labour arrangements and structural change

lessons from Java and Bangladesh.

by Gillian Hart

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Published by InternationalLabour Office in Geneva .
Written in English


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SeriesWorld Employment Programme research working paper -- WEP 10-6/WP 65
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Open LibraryOL14588162M

Chronic and Structural Poverty in South Africa: Challenges for Action and Research "Ten years after liberation, the persistence of poverty is one of the most important and urgent problems facing South Africa. This paper reflects on some of the findings based on research undertaken as part of the participation of the Programme for .   Migration and wage labour have led to contradictory class mobility—that is to say, while migration has certainly opened up opportunities for cash income, the nature of work and working conditions have often resulted in dislocation, humiliation, debt entrapment, social suffering and structural : Antonio Donini.

Agrarian Restructuring and Changes in the Demand for Labour in Argentina. Guillermo Neiman * *Centro de Estudios e Investigaciones Labourales, Consejo Nacional de Investigaciones Científicas y Técnicas (CEIL-CONICET), Facultad Latinoamericana de Ciencias Sociales (FLACSO/Sede Argentina), [email protected] Abstract: The changing characteristics of .   An Economic History of Modern Sweden Lennart Schön Abingdon, Routledge, , ISBN: ; pp.; Price: £ whilst the latter provides a more developed discussion of structural change in terms of both the macro- and micro-economy. (–), early industrialisation in agrarian society (–90), breakthrough of.

Structural change Demographic, economic, and rank-order changes in a society. Structural-functional perspective One of the major theoretical perspectives in sociology, developed by Talcott Parsons: focuses on how the various parts of society fit together or adjust to maintain the equilibrium of the whole. Against the Grain is a popular science summary of the now substantial case that agriculture was not the products of innovation but rather ecological circumstance, that the state was not the beginning of the end of deprivation, savagery, and oppression, but the start of the worst examples in human history/5().


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Journal description. The Journal of Agrarian Change is a journal of agrarian political economy. It will promote investigation of the social relations and dynamics of production property and power.

“Exclusionary Labour Arrangements: Interpreting Evidence on Employment Trends in Rural Java,” Journal of Development Studies vol.

22, no. 4, July “Agrarian Labor Arrangements and Structural Change: Lessons from Java and Bangladesh,” World Employment Research Papers no. /WP65, November Bonded Labour, Agrarian Changes and Capitalism: Emerging Patterns in South India Article in Journal of Agrarian Change 13(3) July with Reads How we measure 'reads'.

The structural shift of labour from agriculture to industry (and services) with the development of capitalism is not just a mechanical process.

It has a political economic content to it. It relates to the changing production bases (technology, production structure and property Agrarian labour arrangements and structural change book both in agriculture and industry.

Read "Land and Labour in Latin America. Essays on the Development of Agrarian Capitalism in the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries – Edited by Kenneth Duncan and Ian Rutledge, Journal of Agrarian Change" on DeepDyve, the largest online rental service for scholarly research with thousands of academic publications available at your fingertips.

Cambridge Core - European Studies - Agrarian Reform in Russia - by Carol S. LeonardAuthor: Carol S. Leonard. A recent special issue of the Journal of Agrarian Change (vol issue 3, July ) makes this clear. The issue deals with “agrarian change” in China since the late s and especially focuses on the increasing capitalist transformation of agriculture and rural society over the past decade.

An Agrarian History of South Asia. Chapter One. Agriculture. Most of human history in South Asia is a feature of life on the land, but most documents that we use to write agrarian history concern the state.

Kautilya's Arthasastra set the tone by putting farming and herding under the heading of state revenue. Hundreds of thousands of stone and. The implication is that any radical structural change is to first be brought about in the semi‐feudal base: ‘The vast majority of India's population still lives in the countryside languishing under semi‐feudal conditions of existence and is in urgent need of the agrarian revolution’ (ibid.).

Labour Arrangements. Capitalist Cited by: Agricultural Marketing and Supply Chain Management in Tanzania: A Case Study 1 INTRODUCTION Tanzania’s economy is heavily dependent on agricultural production.

In agriculture accounted for half of the country’s GDP, provided 51 percent of foreign exchange and employed 80 percent of the labour force (Agricultural Marketing Policy ).File Size: KB.

Broadly speaking, over the period Bengal agriculture combined significant structural change with little growth, while Punjab agriculture combined significant growth with little structural change. Market relations developed in the stagnant agrarian economy of Bengal, while growth failed to erode the basis of the peasant economy of by: 3.

(Ex-inquilino of the former Hacienda Culiprán)The proponents of structural change in the Latin American countryside gained apowerful ally when the US government decided, mostly as a response to theCuban revolution ofto promote state-led agrarian reforms in Latin Kennedy strategy to induce agrarian modernization was to make.

Engendering the political economy of agrarian change Published by Guset User, Description: well as by some gender policy advocates keen to get their messages heard. Journal of Agrarian Change.

Volume 7, Issue 4. Free Access A labour rights programme did not sit well with neo‐liberal globalization and the structural adjustment agenda of the international development community of the s and s.

The only recent book dealing explicitly with forced labour and globalization is an edited volume by Cited by:   Agrarian Relations in Colonial India, Saran District, – (Berkeley, ); and Jacques Pouchepadass, “The market for agricultural labour in colonial north Bihar, –” in Holmstrom, Work for Wages.

The continuation of independent and unassisted emigration (mostly seasonal) from Bihar and the North West Provinces was Cited by: 3. Abstract. Two major dimensions of globalisation in most Asian countries since the s have been first, structural change in their economies associated with industrialisation, and second, labour becoming closely associated with industrial : Amarjit Kaur.

Land Reform. HISTORY. POST – WORLD WAR II. PROGRAM DESIGN. CURRENT NEEDS. BROADER ECONOMIC, SOCIAL, AND POLITICAL ISSUES. BIBLIOGRAPHY. The term land reform refers principally to the redistribution of agricultural land from existing private or public landowners to tenant farmers, agricultural laborers, or collective farmers who work on such.

Journal of Agrarian Change, Vol. 4 Nos. 1 and 2, January and Aprilpp. – ‘ Changing Before Our Very Eyes’: Agrarian Questions and the Politics of Land in Capitalism Today HENRY BERNSTEIN This paper endorses the criticisms of neo-classical populism and its advocacy of redistributive land reform provided by other contributions to this special issue.

tional and structural arrangements are already in place. Students of the Third World, facing economies undergoing long-term in-stitutional and structural change, have found the existing tools of neoclassical economics inadequate; hence the emergence of the subdiscipline called development economics.'.

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In the case of the Philippines, agrarian reform is being implemented by the state as a social justice measure to change the prevailing situation of unjust and inequitable ownership of land and resources by a few individuals in society.

For hundreds of years, from the Spanish occupation of the Philippines in the s to the present. Agrarian class structure and economic development in pre-industrial Europe - Robert Brenner Robert Brenner's influential essay on the origins of capitalism, arguing that the balance of class forces in the countryside was crucial to the rise and dominance of capitalist wage labour relations.Journal of Agrarian Change, Vol.

7 No. 4, Octoberpp. – cross-border trafficking in people has also led to a renewed interest in forced labour in relation to trafficking. 2 The recent ILO report, A Global Alliance Against Forced Labour (ILO a), represents the most coherent and most empirically informative international.