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Analysis of the Agrarian Land Reform in Uzbekistan During the Soviet Era and After Transition

References 1. Bloch, P. C. Agrarian reform in Uzbekistan and other Central Asian Countries. 2002. Working paper No.49. Land tenure Center. University of Wisconsin-Madison. Page 6, 12. 2. Csáki, C. - Forgács, C. 2008. Agriculture in Central and Eastern Europe. After One Half Decade of Transformation. In Proceedings of a Joint IAAE-EAAE Seminar (Volume I). Leibniz: Institute of Agricultural Development in Central and Eastern Europe, 2008, pages 4 - 7. 3. Djanibekov, N - Lamers, JPA - Bobojonov, I. 2010. Land consolidation for increasing cotton production

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New Rules for Acquisition of Agricultural Land – – Case of Slovakia / Nové Pravidlá Pre Nadobúdanie Vlastníctva K Poľnohospodárskej Pôde – – Prípad Slovenska

References 1. BANDLEROVA, A. et al. 2013. Agrarne pravo EU. SPU: Nitra, 2013. ISBN 978-80-552-1057-5. 2. BUDAY, Š. et al. 2013. Rozvoj trhu s podou a trhu s najmom v podmienkach EU. Bratislava: VUEPP, 2013. ISBN 978-80-8058-586-0. 3. DALE, P., BALDWIN, R. 2000. Lessons Learnt from the Emerg- Bratislava: VUEPP, 2012, č. 3, s. 5- 17 ISSN 1335-6186. ing Land Market in Central and Eastern Europe. Prague: FIG, 2000. 4. DRABIK, D., RAJČANIOVA, M. 2014. Agricultural Land market in Slovakia Under The New

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