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Some Determinants of the Dynamics of Land Sale in the Third World Agriculture


     

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The behaviour of peasant in third world countries is subject to various kinds of analysis (Strauss, 1986). However, the question whether the selling of land constitutes a dynamic aspect of their behaviour is debated by various authors. Sau (1981) and Dutt (1984) believe that land market is frozen in a typical third world country, like India. Bliss and Stern (1982), while admitting that land sales are unusual events, claim that they have very important effect on the time-series movements of land-ownership. Panikar's data (1970) and NCAER's survey (1972) support this.
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The behaviour of peasant in third world countries is subject to various kinds of analysis (Strauss, 1986). However, the question whether the selling of land constitutes a dynamic aspect of their behaviour is debated by various authors. Sau (1981) and Dutt (1984) believe that land market is frozen in a typical third world country, like India. Bliss and Stern (1982), while admitting that land sales are unusual events, claim that they have very important effect on the time-series movements of land-ownership. Panikar's data (1970) and NCAER's survey (1972) support this.


DOI: https://doi.org/10.21648/arthavij%2F1988%2Fv30%2Fi4%2F116352