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For Cuban agriculture the relevant information is not available, but in both Soviet Central Asia and China significant, even considerable, inequalities in rural income distribution persist. Such inequality derives from difference in earning capacities of individual members (aggravated by the difference in their dependency ratios) within a basic production unit, differences between basic production units and differences between regions. Once again, as emerges from the experience of China, the minimum feasible inequality in any given historical and cultural situation is determined by the need to provide material incentives to ensure a reasonable rate of expansion of production ('development of productive forces') without which the very basis of an egalitarian social system would flounder.
4 149470 24423 47907 1967 93179 14582 29209 1963 Soun:e Parvaz Hasan, op cit, Table 16, p. 52. B/E C/F AID Rural A. Household B. Per capita C. Per worker Urban D. Household E. Per capita F. 0 550200 105000 405000 480711 84000 164000 1973 1:1 ). 0 644520 123000 476000 i::s ... ~ S" li ~ a s:: ~ - 1:1... ::s $:1 ~· ::s ... 674500 ~ 118000 ~ :i 218000 ... 1974 w ""' The Case of South Korea 35 remained essentially unchanged during a period of rapid structural change and economic growth. The explanation that is usually offered for this remarkable conjunction of events remains essentially that which has been advanced by Irma Adelman.
G. the management of water) which involve a significant degree of indivisibility? Without doubt, agriculture in such societies would need to have a transition towards some form of joint farming, be it in the form of co-operative activities to cope with the indivisibilities or of fullscale communal farming. While in a system of private farming the most important question is that of the distribution of ownership, in a communal system it is Alternative Agrarian Systems in the Third World 21 the question of incentives (broadly defined, as we have done, to encompass the issues of the configuration of efficient production units and decentralisation).
Agrarian Systems and Rural Development by Dharam Ghai, Azizur Rahman Khan, Eddy Lee, Samir Radwan