South African agriculture in transition : the 1990s

Show simple item record Van Zyl, Johan Vink, Nick Kirsten, Johann F. 2007-07-16T08:47:31Z 2007-07-16T08:47:31Z 2001-09
dc.description.abstract Since the beginning of the 1990s South African agriculture has been subjected to a land reform programme, and agricultural markets have been extensively deregulated to get the agricultural sector on a less capital-intensive growth path and to enhance the international competitiveness of the sector. Macro-level analyses reported here show that the sector as a whole has benefited from this process; however, there have been both winners and losers. This paper explores the reforms in trade and market policies as well as the land reform programme. It concludes with a discussion on the benefits, if any, of these reforms and implementations in the lives of the different role players in the agricultural environment. en
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dc.identifier.citation Van Zyl, J., Vink, N. & Kirsten, J.F. (2001). South African agriculture in transition : the 1990s. Journal of International Development, 13(6), 269-279. [] en
dc.identifier.issn 0954-1748
dc.identifier.other 10.1002/jid.809
dc.language.iso en en
dc.publisher Wiley & Sons en
dc.rights Wiley & Sons en
dc.subject Trade policy en
dc.subject Market policy en
dc.subject.lcsh Agriculture -- South Africa en
dc.subject.lcsh Land reform -- South africa en
dc.title South African agriculture in transition : the 1990s en
dc.type Postprint Article en

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