Land tenure and natural resource management: A comparative study of agrarian communities in Asia and Africa
- Otsuka, Keijiro
- Place, Frank
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KeywordsViet Nam; South East Asia; Africa south of Sahara; Africa; Asia; Land use; Land tenure; Forest management; Natural resources;
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