By Dharam Ghai, Azizur Rahman Khan, Eddy Lee, Samir Radwan
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3 Some concluding comments In the above the achievements and problems of the three broad categories of agrarian systems, as well as the comparative analysis of the cases in each category, have been discussed. To conclude, let us briefly recapitulate the major conditions of success of each category of agrarian systems. In a system of private farming the most important condition of egalitarian growth is an equitable land reform and its continued enforcement. In the present set of case studies this is the characteristic that distinguishes South Korea from the other two cases of private agriculture and largely explains its vastly different performance.
As we shall discuss below and as is evident from the case studies, the performance depends largely on the proper evolution of what may broadly be called a system of incentives. In the provision of employment and egalitarian distribution of income, the performance of the system, as exemplified by the three cases, is uniformly good. Employment is guaranteed and sometimes imaginative provisions are made to overcome the problems of seasonality and to ensure greater participation of women. Basic human needs are by and large satisfied; in the areas of health, education and social security especially, the production units serve as the organisational framework for the provision of services.
These observations would remain true even after we check for the possible effects of changes in the composition of farming output and in the composition of total farming income. 10, there were no marked changes either in the composition of farm output or income. The proportion of receipts from rice in net farm income remained virtually unchanged for farms of all size groups and there was no change in the proportion of total income coming from non-farming sources except for farms in the smallest size group.
Agrarian Systems and Rural Development by Dharam Ghai, Azizur Rahman Khan, Eddy Lee, Samir Radwan