Land markets have received a considerable amount of attention in economic literature. Since the treatment of the topic covers various approaches, areas, and questions, it seems desirable to attempt an overview of the results. This paper devises a way in which to present a complete picture of the land market by drawing together the various contributions. The first step is to establish a method by which a market in its entirety can be defined. It is suggested that the application of Oliver Williamson's "Four levels of social analysis" is an appropriate approach to be used in this endeavour.
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The objective of the paper is to survey the state of knowledge of economists and agriculturaleconomists at the onset of transition and seventeen years later. The "standard" economicreasoning in the early nineties were based on neoclassical economics and documented was hasbeen termed the Washington Consensus. It is shown that the discrepancy between expectationsand reality as well as the evolution of institutional economics has challenged economists.
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