Islamic Development Policy: Agrarian Question in Iran
By: Asghar Schirazi (author)Hardback
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Schirazi uses agricultural policy to demonstrate the complications and consequences resulting from the Islamisation of development policy in Iran. Refuting claims by Iran's religious leaders that their interpretation of Islam provides the best possible solution for development problems, not only in Iran, but throughout the world, the author concludes from his research that the conception of Islam as an ideological basis for development policy must change radically if it is to make any contribution to solving the problems that it faces.
Part 1 Introduction: The Agrarian Question Prior to the 1979 Revolution; The State of Agriculture and Agrarian Policy in the Pre-Revolutionary Era. Part 2 Agricultural Policy in the Islamic Republic of Iran: Policy Objectives; Agriculture's Position in Economic and Social Policy; Planning Agriculture; Reforming Agricultural Administration; Land Tenure Reform; Problems of Managerial Organisation; The Question of Participation; Financial and Technical Measures to Maximise Production; the Urban-Rural Divide and Rural Depopulation.
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