Public Versus Private Property: Opinions of Estonians at the Time of Transition

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1995
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"Intertwining of two lines of social changes is characteristic of the development of Estonian society during the entire XX century: technological and social changes making up modernization of the society, and political transitions in the broader context of European and world development, having certain specific social as well as economic consequences. The relations of property have undergone alterations due to both lines of changes while political turnover can be seen as the leading force in property changes, especially during the second half of the century. This also means that legal aspects of property relations have very strongly been subject to political situation, and, therefore, this part of the legal order has usually been contradictory."
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common pool resources, property rights, IASC
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