Une économie de plantation en devenir. L'essor des contrats de planter-partager comme innovation institutionnelle dans les rapports entre autochtones et étrangers en côte d'ivoire
AbstractThis paper helps understand the increasing popularity of a new type of contract in the smallholder plantation economy in Ivory Coast : the ?Plant and Share? arrangement. This contract, based on a partnership between autochthons and migrants, provides evidence for the capacity for institutional innovation that has been apparent throughout the development of the smallholder plantation economy. It can be seen as a way of responding to the exhaustion of ?internal frontier institutions? in regulating relations between autochthons and migrants, particularly in a socio-political context that seriously undermines the situation of those who are not autochthonous.
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Bibliographic InfoArticle provided by Armand Colin in its journal Revue Tiers Monde.
Volume (Year): n°207 (2011)
Issue (Month): 3 ()
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Contract; property rights; migration; conflict; cocoa; rubber;
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