After Radical Land Reform Restructuring agricultural cooperatives in Zimbabwe and Japan

And conclusion -- Chapter Six - Field evidence -- Current Trends and Patterns in the Zimbabwe Cooperative Movement -- Introduction -- Characteristics of survey participants in Zimbabwe -- Zimbabwe farmers' narratives: A genuine cry for independence -- Looking the other way: Profiling the attemp...

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Main Author: Muchetu, Gavin.
Format: eBook
Language:English
Published: Oxford : Langaa RPCIG, 2021.
Series:Book collections on Project MUSE.
Online Access:CONNECT
Table of Contents:
  • Chasing after maize: The development of Zimbabwean agriculture
  • The State-Market interplay in Zimbabwe: Sites of peasant exploitation
  • Twenty+20 years of interruption: The current condition of the national movement
  • Summary and conclusions
  • Chapter Five
  • Field evidence
  • Current trends and patterns in Japanese Agricultural Cooperative System
  • Introduction
  • Characteristics of survey participants in Japan
  • Japanese farmers' narratives: A bag of mixed emotions
  • Nature of amendments to the Japanese Agricultural cooperative law
  • Contemporary issues in Japanese Agriculture
  • Chapter Three
  • State, Markets, and the Japanese Agricultural Cooperatives
  • Introduction
  • Agricultural cooperatives and the Japanese land reform: Circumventing peasant radicalism
  • Chasing after rice: The development of Japanese agriculture
  • The State-Market interplay in Japan: Sites of negotiations
  • Seven decades strong: The current condition of the national movement
  • Summary and conclusions
  • Chapter Four
  • State, Markets, and the Zimbabwe Agricultural Cooperatives
  • Introduction
  • Agricultural cooperatives and the Zimbabwe land reform
  • Results of a radicalized peasant
  • Approaches and Analysis strategy
  • Chapter Two
  • Some Notes on the Theory of Peasant Cooperative
  • Introduction
  • Linking the agrarian question to cooperatives
  • Hayami Yujiro's Community-Market-State framework
  • Mapping the trajectory of the global cooperative movement
  • The inappropriateness of market-based cooperative theories
  • Why Marxist cooperatives theories are weak
  • Introduction to Alexander Chayanov
  • A third-way approach
  • The distinction between cooperatives & other social organisations
  • Summary and conclusions
  • Cover
  • Title page
  • Copyright page
  • Dedication
  • Acknowledgements
  • Contents
  • List of Illustrations
  • List of acronyms
  • Chapter One
  • Introduction to Rural Zimbabwe and its challenges
  • My grandfather and the agrarian issues in the 1980s
  • The classic and contemporary AQ, from Japan to Zimbabwe
  • So, what is the solution: Through large farms or the peasant path?
  • 'Is it possible to compare Zimbabwe and Japan?'
  • The Siamese twins: The State and the Market in land markets
  • Cheers to agrarian populism: Chayanovian as an alternative
  • Issues and themes