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Yet as we will try to show in the following section, even these daring reforms eventually failed, primarily because Hungary, unlike China, did not dare to alter property relations. While price reform and decentralization powerfully boosted Hungarian agriculture, the efficacy of both these measures eventually reached its limits. By the early 1980s, as Tamás Bauer (1982) put it so succinctly, a ‘second economic reform’ was needed: the reform of property relations. Unfortunately, the Hungarian political elite did not have the courage or the imagination to push further.
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This was the first step towards a gradual deregulation of agricultural 28 István Harcsa, Imre Kovách, Iván Szelényi prices and the introduction of price incentives for commodity production, which would remain in place irrespective of the nature of work organization. Then in 1968, most central planning regulations for the economic management of cooperatives were eliminated. Cooperatives became quite autonomous. Attracted by this situation, a new generation of highly skilled agricultural engineers and economists began to enter the co-ops in the late 1960s, expecting to take advantage of the more rational price system and the decentralization of economic decision making.
Privatizing the Land: Rural Political Economy in Post-Communist and Socialist Societies (Routledge Studies of Societies in Transition, 8) by Ivan Szelenyi