Resources

; ; (2012) Oligarchs, megafarms and land reserves: understanding land grabbing in Russia. Journal of Peasant Studies (Vol. 39): 899-931.

; (2011) Global land grabbing and trajectories of agrarian change: a preliminary analysis. Journal of Agrarian Change (12 (1)): 34-59.

(2011) How not to think of land-grabbing: three critiques of large-scale investments in farmland. Journal of Peasant Studies (Vol. 38): 249-279.

; ; ; ; ; (2011) Rising global interest in farmland: can it yield sustainable and equitable benefits? World Bank, Washington D.C.

; ; (2011) What drives the global land rush? International Monetary Fund (IMF) Working Paper No. 251

(2011) Agroholdings of Ukraine 2011.

; (2011) Land grabbing in post-Soviet Eurasia: the world’s largest agricultural land reserves at stake. Journal of Peasant Studies (Vol. 38): 299-323.

; (2011) Large-scale land acquisitions in the former Soviet Union. A study of rural social movements and land conflicts. IS Land Academy report

(2011) Business groups and competition in post-Soviet transition economies: the case of Russian ‘agroholdings’. Review of Austrian Economics (Vol. 24): 403-450.

; (2010) Embedded institutions and the persistence of large farms in Russia. IAMO Discussion Papers 131, Leibniz Institute of Agricultural Development in Transition Economies (IAMO).

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