|Series||South Asia ephemera collection., B-CLR-89.2|
|LC Classifications||Microfiche 2002/62024 (H)|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2002292874|
Land reform in Bangladesh Published by Centre for Social Studies in Dacca. Written in English There's no description for this book : Land tenure reform refers to a change in the pattern of ownership of land; distribution from large to smaller owners is only one aspect of this type of change. Land use reform refers to changes in the pattern of cultivation, or terms of holding and scale of operations, and reform in this area may be independent of. Agrarian reform is a must to ensure human development in Bangladesh. In realizing this, poor people's ownership of and access to khas land and water-bodies, should be broadened. This is an issue of high political commitment, which can be materialized only through people's involvement in such by: Jabbar, Mohammad A., "Land reform in Bangladesh," Research Report/Working Paper , Bangladesh Agricultural University, Mymensingh, Department of.
book Political economy of khas land in Bangladesh Abul Barkat, Selim Raihan, Shafique uz Zaman Published in in Dhaka by Association for Land Reform and DevelopmentCited by: In , two other acts were passed in Bangladesh: Land Appeal Board Act and Land Reforms Board Act. Efforts were made to streamline the land administration in the entire country. This was done in line with the workings of former board of revenue. Although subletting is now forbidden, the problems of bargadars, who have no legal right in the. The land administration system in Bangladesh is not well-developed. It is beset with multiple defects and problems. It is corrupt, inefficient, and unreliable and inherently contains systematic weaknesses. Corruption has become a grave issue in this sector. The book covers all legal developments spanning the first phase or exploratory land reform programme that was embarked upon in , followed by the all-encompassing land reform programme that coincided with the constitutional dispensation, until December
THE POLITICAL ECONOMY OF LAND REFORM IN BANGLADESH. The concept 'land reform' has two different aspects: land tenure reform and land operation reform or land use reform. Land tenure reform refers to an improvement in the pattern of land ownership and is commonly used in the western world to mean land reform. PEASANT AND LAND QUESTION IN BANGLADESH. Debate about land reform. The land reform is a marginal issue in the policy agendas of Bangladesh government. There is debate among academia and policy makers whether distributive land reform is feasible in Bangladesh or not. Nearly 55% of the households are now functionally landless, a small . Land reform, especially the establishment of peasant proprietorship, is the most important aspect of institutional reform in Indian agriculture. Ending the exploitation of the poor by the rich, narrowing economic inequality and, ultimately, moving towards egalitarian set-up are among the chief aims of these principles. History shows how the people of Bangladesh struggled to gain proper legislation to regulate the relationship between landlords and tenants. In order to enhance and sustain the productivity of land and reduction of poverty, there should be meaningful land reform .