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100 1  De Janvry, Alain.|0http://id.loc.gov/authorities/names/
       n81037437 
245 14 The agrarian question and reformism in Latin America /
       |cAlain de Janvry. 
264  1 Baltimore :|bThe Johns Hopkins University Press,|c[1981] 
264  4 |c©1981 
300    xvi, 311 pages ;|c24 cm. 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
337    unmediated|bn|2rdamedia 
338    volume|bnc|2rdacarrier 
490 1  The Johns Hopkins studies in development. 
500    Includes index. 
504    Bibliography: pages 303-306. 
505 00 |gChapter 1.|tLaws of Motion in the Center-Periphery 
       Structure: The Underlying Forces|g7 --|tEvolution of 
       Thought on Unequal Development|g9 --|tDialectic Between 
       Production and Circulation|g23 --|tContradictions of 
       Accumulation in Articulated Economies|g26 --
       |tContradictions of Accumulation in Disarticulated 
       Economies|g32 --|tDependency, Class Structure, and Social 
       Disarticulation|g40 --|tMarket-Widening and Market-
       Deepening|g45 --|tMechanisms of Surplus Transfer Between 
       Center and Periphery|g50 --|tAccumulation in the Center-
       Periphery Structure and the Current Crisis|g55 --|gChapter
       2.|tAgrarian Crisis in Latin America: The Facts|g61 --
       |tIntegration of Latin American Agriculture into the 
       National and World Economies|g61 --|tPatterns of Growth 
       and Stagnation|g68 --|tRise and Logic of Functional 
       Dualism|g81 --|tContradictions of Functional Dualism|g85 -
       -|gChapter 3.|tTransformation of the Agrarian Structure 
       and the Peasantry|g94 --|tNature and Future of the 
       Peasantry|g95 --|tRoads to the Development of Capitalism 
       in Agriculture|g106 --|tModes of Production, Social 
       Classes, and Types of Farm Enterprises|g109 --|gChapter 4.
       |tDisarticulated Accumulation and Agrarian Crisis|g141 --
       |tPrevalent Theses on the Food and Hunger Crisis|g141 --
       |tMaterial Determinants of the Agrarian Crisis|g151 --
       |tNew World Order: A New International Division of Labor 
       for Agriculture?|g175 --|gChapter 5.|tPolitical Economy of
       Reformism|g182 --|tCapitalist State|g183 --|tPetty 
       Bourgeoisie and Legitimation|g187 --|tPeripheral State
       |g191 --|tReforms and the Management of Crises|g193 --
       |tLimits of Reformism|g195 --|tAgrarian Reformism in Latin
       America|g197 --|gChapter 6.|tTypes and Consequences of 
       Land Reform|g202 --|tA Typology of Land Reforms|g203 --
       |tConsequences of Land Reforms|g211 --|tEnd of Land Reform
       |g221 --|gChapter 7.|tStrategy of Integrated Rural 
       Development|g224 --|tA Typology of Rural-Development 
       Projects|g224 --|tCriteria for the Evaluation of Rural-
       Development Projects|g231 --|tPuebla-Type Rural-
       Development Projects|g234 --|tEconomic Achievements of 
       Rural-Development Projects|g238 --|tStructural 
       Characteristics of the Peasant Economy That Condition 
       Technological Change|g239 --|tProfitability and Risk|g247 
       --|tDiffusion Strategy|g250 --|tPolitical Economy of 
       Integrated Rural Development|g252 --|gChapter 8.|tAgrarian
       Question and Change in Latin America: Conclusions|g255 --
       |tPolicy Proposals for Growth with Equity|g255 --|tLimits 
       of Reformism|g259 --|tPolitical Economy of Equitable 
       Growth|g264 --|g1.1.|tStructure of an Articulated Economy
       |g27 --|g1.2.|tStructure of Disarticulated Export-Enclave 
       Economies|g32 --|g1.3.|tStructure of Disarticulated Import
       -Substitution Industrialization Economies|g33 --|g1.4.
       |tProductivity of Labor and Real Wages in Manufacturing, 
       United States and Brazil, 1966-74|g35 --|g1.5.|tSocial 
       Class Structure and Alliances|g42 --|g3.1.|tSocial Classes
       and Types of Farm Enterprises in Latin America|g110 --
       |g3.2.|tDynamic Process of Class Differentiation in Latin 
       America|g117 --|g6.1.|tTypology of Land Reforms in Latin 
       America|g205 --|g7.1.|tTypes of Agrarian Reforms|g225 --
       |g1.1.|tAverage Annual Growth Rates in Gross Domestic 
       Product, Manufacturing, and Gross Fixed Capital Formation
       |g19 --|g1.2.|tGrowth and Income Distribution, 1960-70|g36
       --|g1.3.|tShare of Different Income Strata in Total 
       Consumption, 1974, and Growth Rate of Production by Type 
       of Commodity, 1967-68 to 1975-76|g47 --|g1.4.|tMexico: 
       Distribution of Income and Consumption in Urban Households,
       1968|g49 --|g1.5.|tFlow of Funds Related to Direct U.S. 
       Investment, 1960-72|g51 --|g2.1.|tAgricultural Production 
       in Latin America, Selected Years|g69 --|g2.2.|tRate of 
       Growth of Production by Commodity and Country, 1948-52 to 
       1968-72|g72 --|g2.3.|tReal Price Tendencies (Rate of 
       Change per Year), 1950-70|g74 --|g2.4.|tShare of Large 
       Farms in Total Production, and Mean Area Harvested per 
       Farm, 1950-71|g75 --|g2.5.|tShare of Production Sold and 
       Share of Labor Hired, by Crop|g77 --|g2.6.|tGrain 
       Dependency: Share of Imports in Total Consumption, 1948-52
       and 1968-72|g78 --|g2.7.|tShare of Selected Foods in the 
       Urban Wage Basket, Selected Years and Countries|g79 --
       |g2.8.|tShare of Exports in Total Production, 1948-52 and 
       1968-72|g80 --|g3.1.|tRural Social Classes in Latin 
       America: Distribution of Households and Land|g115 --|g3.2.
       |tDynamics of Land Tenure Systems: Initial and Terminal 
       Percentages|g119 --|g3.3.|tSize of Farms Less Than 5 
       Hectares in Area for Eleven Central and South American 
       Countries, 1950-70|g122 --|g3.4.|tMexico: Hectares of Land
       Benefited by Major Federal Irrigation Projects as a 
       Percentage of Total Hectares Cultivated, 1940-60|g125 --
       |g3.5.|tMexico: Value Share of Agricultural Production, 
       1950 and 1960|g126 --|g3.6.|tMexico: Distribution of 
       Cultivated Area and Value Share of Production by Farm Size,
       1940-70|g127 --|g3.7.|tMexico: Average Area per 
       Landholding, 1960 and 1970|g128 --|g3.8.|tMexico: Number 
       of Farms, Percentage of Farms, and Total Land Area in the 
       Private Sector Controlled by Farms, by Farm Size, 1940-70
       |g130 --|g3.9.|tColombia: Value Share of Total Production 
       by Type of Crop, 1950-55 and 1971-76|g133 --|g3.10.
       |tColombia: Land Area Cultivated, by Type of Crop, 1950-55
       and 1971-76|g134 --|g3.11.|tColombia: Land Distribution by
       Number and Size of Farm and by Total Area, 1960 and 1970
       |g135 --|g3.12.|tPeru: Distribution of Farms and 
       Agricultural Land by Farm Size, 1960-70|g139 --|g4.1.
       |tPrice of Nitrogen Relative to That of Wheat and Corn at 
       the Producer Level in Latin America and Elsewhere|g165 --
       |g4.2.|tWheat Yields and Relative Prices Received by 
       Farmers, 1968-70|g166 --|g4.3.|tComparison of Annual Rates
       of Change in Selected Economic Indicators in the United 
       States, 1950-68 and 1968-77|g177 --|g6.1.|tStatistical 
       Information on Land Reforms in Selected Latin American 
       Countries, 1917-76|g206 --|g7.1.|tPuebla: Profitability of
       Farm Activities by Farm Type, 1970|g241 --|g7.2.
       |tCajamarca, Puebla, and Garcia Rovira: Distribution of 
       Farms by Farm Type, 1970-73|g243 --|g7.3.|tCajamarca, 
       Puebla, and Garcia Rovira: Sources of Net Household Income
       by Farm Type|g244 --|g7.4.|tCajamarca: Sources of Net 
       Household Income by Farm Type, 1973|g245. 
520    The Agrarian Question and Reformism in Latin America 
       epitomizes the emerging tradition of conflict-oriented 
       approaches to problems of economic, agricultural, and 
       rural development in Third World nations. Drawing on 
       firsthand observations of the agrarian crises in Argentina,
       Chile, Colombia, Peru, and ten other Latin American 
       nations, Alain de Janvry effectively blends Marxist 
       theories of worldwide economic development with empirical 
       analysis and policy recommendations. 
520 80 De Janvry offers both a careful examination of the 
       conditions of underdevelopment in Latin America and 
       detailed discussions of the achievements and limits of 
       technological change, land reform, integrated rural 
       development, and basic-needs programs. The Agrarian 
       Question and Reformism in Latin America is written for 
       both practitioners and academicians. Students of economic 
       development will benefit especially from its intelligent 
       explication of conflict-oriented theory and technique. 
650  0 Agriculture and state|zLatin America.|0http://id.loc.gov/
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650  0 Land reform|zLatin America.|0http://id.loc.gov/authorities
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830  0 Johns Hopkins studies in development.|0http://id.loc.gov/
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