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Social assessment and agricultural reform in Central Asia and Turkey, Volume 1
Author:Kudat, Ayse; Peabody, Stan; Keyder, Caglar [editors]; Country:Kazakhstan; Azerbaijan; Europe and Central Asia; Uzbekistan; Turkey;
Date Stored:2002/10/22Document Date:2000/02/29
Document Type:PublicationSubTopics:Environmental Economics & Policies; Poverty Assessment; National Governance; Agricultural Knowledge and Information Systems; Rural Land Policies for Poverty Reduction
ISBN:ISBN 0-8213-4678-4Language:English
Major Sector:Agriculture, fishing, and forestryRegion:Europe and Central Asia
Report Number:WTP461Sub Sectors:(Historic)Other agriculture
Collection Title:World Bank technical paper ; no. WTP 461. Europe and Central Asia environmentally and socially sustainable development seriesVolume No:1

Summary: The social assessment process is relatively new in the World Bank. Since its use is particularly relevant to countries in transition - politically, socially, economically, and ethnically - where much is still unknown, in 1997 the World Bank published a book of case studies of the use of social assessment in general in the former Soviet Union. This second volume focuses on the social assessment process in the rural sector and includes Central Asian countries and Turkey which were not included in the first volume. This volume has several objectives: first, to disseminate the Bank's experience with social assessment for the use of development practitioners around the world; second, to initiate a dialogue about how the social assessment process can be improved in the future; and third, to demonstrate the usefulness of social assessment in an area of the world where dealing with rapid change and an uncertain knowledge basis is common.

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