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Table of Contents Tables Figures Acknowledgments INTRODUCTION: MARKET INSTITUTIONS IN POST-COMMUNIST AGRICULTURE Stephen K. Wegren and David A.J. Macey Part One: Land Reform Introduction to Part One Daniel W. Bromley and David A.J. Macey 1. Land Privatization and Land Market Development: Two "Unsuccessful" Cases, Kyrgyzstan and Uzbekistan Peter C. Bloch 2. Russia's Indeterminate Land Privatization: Psychological Aspects Stephen K. Wegren 3. Successful cases: The Trans-Caucasian States (Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia) Zvi Lerman Part Two: Finance and Credit Introduction to Part Two Glenn D. Pederson and William Pyle 4. RURAL FINANCE WITHOUT MARKETS IN UKRAINE, 1991-2000 David Sedik 5. Agriculture in the Czech Republic: Dual Production Structures, Dual Credit Markets Dirk J. Bezemer 6. Finance, Credit, and Investments in Polish Agriculture Liesbeth Dries and Johan F.M. Swinnen Part Three: Technical Assistance and Downstream Linkages Introduction to Part Three David A.J. Macey 7. Missing the Market: Kyrgyz Agricultural Policy and Downstream Linkages Malcolm D. Childress 8. Technical Assistance to Agribusiness: Why the Armenian Case Is Promising But Still Indeterminate Craig L. Infanger 9. Building Market Information Systems in the Transition Economies: The USDA Experience Nancy Cochrane and Stefan Osborne Conclusion: David A.J. Macey and Stephen K. Wegren
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Agriculture Economic aspects Former Soviet republics, Agriculture and state Former Soviet republics, Land reform Former Soviet republics, Agriculture Economic aspects Europe, Central, Agriculture and state Europe, Central, Land reform Europe, Central