2010
DOI: 10.1590/s1517-45222010000300008
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Fronteiras agrícolas e desenvolvimento territorial: ações de governo e dinâmica do capital

Abstract: O artigo desenvolve um estudo comparativo entre os processos de colonização e desenvolvimento territorial das regiões Oeste do Paraná e Alto Teles Pires - MT. Centra a sua abordagem na variável da influência do público e do privado - manifesta nas políticas públicas e na dinâmica do capital - sobre a organização dos territórios das fronteiras agrícolas em questão. Toma como referência as políticas agrárias e agrícolas dos períodos históricos da era Vargas e do regime militar do pós 1964 e sua incidência sobre … Show more

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“…To explain this, some authors suggest that the modernization process that took place in the country prioritized technology innovation, access to credit, investment, insurance, and technical assistance over access to natural resources, such as land. Land reform took place through colonization programs in which state land was sold to farmers but without challenging large properties and land monopoly (Schallenberger and Schneider 2010;Ramos 2014). Also, the incentive for cash crop production was a relevant factor shaping Brazilian agriculture.…”
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“…To explain this, some authors suggest that the modernization process that took place in the country prioritized technology innovation, access to credit, investment, insurance, and technical assistance over access to natural resources, such as land. Land reform took place through colonization programs in which state land was sold to farmers but without challenging large properties and land monopoly (Schallenberger and Schneider 2010;Ramos 2014). Also, the incentive for cash crop production was a relevant factor shaping Brazilian agriculture.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Latifundios are a Latin American phenomena that define a large area of land generally owned by an absent landlord, worked by servants and with low productivity rates(Webster 1997).3 Colonization implies a private or public planned process of populating an area (Ianni1979;Schallenberger and Schneider 2010).4 The categories of small, medium and large properties are defined in the Estatuto da Terra, Law N°4504. For the state of Mato Grosso, a small property ranges from 80 to 320 ha, a medium property rages from 321 to 1200 ha and a large property has more than 1200 ha(Brazil 1964;Landau and R. K. d 2012).…”
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