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Tree planting under customary tenure systems in malawi: impacts of marriage and inheritance patterns

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  • Hansen, J.D.
  • Luckert, M.K.
  • Minae, S.
  • Place, F.

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  • Hansen, J.D. & Luckert, M.K. & Minae, S. & Place, F., 2005. "Tree planting under customary tenure systems in malawi: impacts of marriage and inheritance patterns," Agricultural Systems, Elsevier, vol. 84(1), pages 99-118, April.
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