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dc.contributor.author Veiga, Jose Eli da
dc.date.accessioned 2010-03-05T18:06:34Z
dc.date.available 2010-03-05T18:06:34Z
dc.date.issued 2007
dc.identifier.uri http://hdl.handle.net/10625/42044
dc.description.abstract Instead of favoring a democratic way of occupation, the “Law of the Lands” (1850) in Brazil established that the transference of land from public to private domain could only be made in large pieces, and through cash payments. One of the intentions of the military dictatorship, which took power in Brazil in 1964 was to push to the limit the historically preferential option of the controlling elites for top down forms of agricultural production, thus generating one of the biggest agricultural exoduses in the history of humanity. The report contextualizes land reform policies, where rural development constitutes much more than only agricultural growth. en
dc.format Text en
dc.format.extent 1 digital file (4 p.) en
dc.language.iso en
dc.publisher Latin American Center for Rural Development (RIMISP), Santiago, CL en
dc.subject AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTION en
dc.subject AGRARIAN REFORM en
dc.subject GLOBALIZATION en
dc.subject FAMILY FARMS en
dc.subject AGROINDUSTRY en
dc.subject RURAL ECONOMY en
dc.subject SOCIAL CONFLICTS en
dc.subject BIODIVERSITY en
dc.subject BRAZIL en
dc.title Brazil in the 1990's en
dc.title.alternative Rimisp - Latin American Center for Rural Development in the WDR2008 "Agriculture for Development" : assessment of its influence; final report; annex 1, documents commissioned by Rimisp for the WDR 2008 en
dc.type IDRC Final Report en
idrc.project.number 103897
idrc.project.title World Development Report : Role of Agriculture in Poverty Reduction en
idrc.dspace.access IDRC Only en
idrc.rims.adhocgroup IDRC SUPPORTED en


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