Yes, because that will reduce overall inequality and get many people out of the poverty trap.
69% (22 votes)
Yes, because new landowners will have a greater incentive to work their own land than agricultural workers or sharecroppers.
19% (6 votes)
No, because new landowners will not have the knowledge or capital needed to modernise their small farms.
9% (3 votes)
No, because there are economies of scale in agricultural production that only large farms can reap.
3% (1 vote)
Total votes: 32
Understanding the link between land inequality, poverty, capital markets and development.
Understanding the relative efficiency of different land distributions.
Understanding worker incentives.
Understanding economies of scale.