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Chile"s new water code and agrarian reform

Douglas B. Jensen

Chile"s new water code and agrarian reform

a case study

by Douglas B. Jensen

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Published by Land Tenure Center, University of Wisconsin] in [Madison .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Chile.
    • Subjects:
    • Water rights -- Chile.,
    • Land tenure -- Law and legislation -- Chile.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references.

      Statementby Douglas B. Jensen.
      SeriesUniversity of Wisconsin. Land Tenure Center. A research paper, RP no. 41, Research paper (University of Wisconsin--Madison. Land Tenure Center) ;, no. 41.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHD107 .W52 no. 41
      The Physical Object
      Pagination69 l.
      Number of Pages69
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4380511M
      LC Control Number78634506

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Name: rppdf Size: Mb Format: PDF. File(s) This item appears in the following Collection(s)Cited by: 2. The first applications of two new concepts of government control of water rights introduced by Chile's Agrarian Reform Law: (1) standards of rational and beneficial use; and (2) areas of rationalization of water use, are examined.

These concepts are now incorporated into the water code, Cited by: 2. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Jensen, Douglas B. Chile's new water code and agrarian reform. [Madison, Land Tenure Center, University of Wisconsin] Chile's new water code and agrarian reform: a case study.

By Douglas B. Jensen. Abstract. 69 p Topics: Water rights Chile, Land tenure Law and legislation Chile, Land reform Chile, Water and water use Chile Author: Douglas B.

Jensen. Over 40 percent of the cultivable land was in the reform sector. The campesinos were massively organized. The Junta’s Counter-Agrarian Reform. With a penchant for doublespeak, the military junta immediately set out to “normalize” and “consolidate” agrarian reform.

The junta has sought to reinstate and reinforce private property at every turn. A.1 Timeline relevant to Chile’s agrarian reform, – 35 Figures Timeline of agrarian reform in Chile 12 Evolution of the composition of land use in Chilean farming 16 Average per hectare yields, main crops, and quintals ( kilogram), census years, and 17Cited by: Currently, Chile’s potable water and sewage services cover all or almost all of its urban population, [1] and about 72 per cent of the population of rural areas.

[2] This high coverage rate is credited to the open water markets created in when the new Water Code was enacted. [4]. • Reform was approved in Senate Committees: 3 for/ 2 against • Reform was approved (in general) by the Senate: 29 for/ 7 against. • Reform was approved (in detail) in Senate Committees: 4 for/ 1 against.

• Final project was approved unanimously in both chambers: Senate and Representatives. Reform of the Water Code ()File Size: KB. quo had lost strength and credibility.

The new legitimacy of land reform in Chile was indicated by the conservative Alessandri government inwhen it enacted a law for the expropriation of inefficiently worked holdings, creat-ing the CORA (Agrarian Reform Corporation) and INDAP (Institute for Agrarian Development) to implement it.

The Current Reforms in Legislation regarding Water Rights in Chile October Many investors are concerned about proposed water code reforms in Chile.

Currently, the prevailing social climate is one of conciliation to populist demands, and when it comes to water rights, the dominant belief is that water is a national resource that should be. Types of agrarian reform and their contradictions: The case of Chile Article (PDF Available) in Sociologia Ruralis 17(3) - August with Reads How we measure 'reads'Author: Cristobal Kay.

The Chilean land reform (Spanish: Reforma agraria chilena) was a process of land ownership restructuring that occurred from to in different phases. For much of the 20th century agriculture was one of the most backward sectors of Chilean economy.

The land reform was initially supported by Chilean right. Agrarian Reform. agrarian reform, redistribution of the agricultural resources of a country. Traditionally, agrarian, or land, reform is confined to the redistribution of land; in a broader sense it includes related changes in agricultural institutions, including credit, taxation, rents, and cooperatives.

Code of Agrarian Reforms: R.A.as Amended by R.A, Issue Philippines Public Information Division, Department of Agrarian Reform, - Land reform - 84 pages. In the study conducted on the analysis of the agrarian situation and implications of covering greater than 5 to hectare lands under the Comprehensive Agrarian Reform Program (CARP) [2], wherein the study aimed to rationalize the coverage of lands greater than five (5) to 24 hectares under Size: KB.

INSTITUTE OF CURRENT WORLD AFFAIRS Chile’s Agrarian Reform: The Laws and The Opposit.I’ Samtiago, Chil Richard H. Nolte, Executive Director Institute of Current World Affairs Madison Avenue New York, New York Dear Mr. Nolte: Just a decade ago, "agrarian reform" was anathema.

Only sooth-sayers, radical revolutionaries and some few international agencies. INSTITUTE OF CURRENT WORLD AFFAIRS F--I7 Chile’s Agrarian Reform: The Controversy Richard H.

Nolte, Executive Director Institute of Current World Affairs Madison Avenue New York, New York fOOl7 Santiago, Chile 8 Juy Dear Mr. Nolte: Nith this nesletter I am going to rush in where angels fear to trea,d. I am going to attempt to do what I insist it is too early to do: Chile.

SANTIAGO, May 18 (IPS) - Water at high prices, sold as a market good, and small farmers almost a species in extinction, replaced by seasonal workers, are the visible effects of the crisis in rural Chile, 50 years after a land reform which postulated that “the land is for those who work it.” To tackle the crisis, environmental and social activists are proposing a new land reform to.

In Watering the Revolution Mikael D. Wolfe transforms our understanding of Mexican agrarian reform through an environmental and technological history of water management in the emblematic Laguna g on extensive archival research in Mexico and the United States, Wolfe shows how during the long Mexican Revolution () engineers’ distribution of water paradoxically undermined Author: Mikael D.

Wolfe. Allende's Land Reform Plan Allende's strategy for land reform was not that different from the traditional pattern of land reformist parties in Latin America. However, the radical nature of land Chile land reform stemmed from greatly increased rate of expropriation. A number of exceptional works have studied the socio-political under-pinnings and general history of the agrarian reform and counter-reform.7 Manyof these works have discussed and documented specific issues of these processes,such as the function of politics and social conflicts.8 Some have studied the roleplayed by peasants and their.The agrarian reform experiment in Chile: History, impact, and implications.

Valdés, Alberto and William Foster (). NoIFPRI discussion papers from International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI) Abstract: This paper presents what is known about the role of agrarian reform and the subsequent counter reform in producing a successful dynamic evolution of Chilean by: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Swift, Jeannine, Agrarian reform in Chile.

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