Socialism and Development in Ethiopia A Critical Examination of the Military Regime's Socialist Agricultural Program This study identifies and analyses the methods, achievements, and constraints of the socialist agricultural policy of post-revolutionary Ethiopia. It investigates the Land Reform Legislation of 1975 and its relevance to Ethiopian conditions at that time. Applying a social interaction approach, this book examines the interrelationships of the different socio-economic actors who affected the success and shortcomings of the policy and its implementation. Through critical consideration of a historical period, this book also uncovers applicable lessons for future achievable development in Ethiopia and similar economies.
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Makonen Getu holds a PhD in Economic History with a concentration in Development Studies from the University of Stockholm. He has over 30 years of development experience working for UNDP, SIDA, World Vision International, Opportunity International, and Wholistic Transformation Resource Center. He is currently Vice President of Program Assessment and Chief Transformation Officer of Edify, a not-for-profit Christian organization, which is providing financial and technical assistance to Low-Fee Independent Schools in developing countries.
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