Control Of Land And Life In Burma
The most significant land problems in Burma remain those associated with landlessness, rural poverty, inequality of access to resources, and a military regime that denies citizen rights and is determined to rule by force and not by law. A framework to ensure the sustainable development of land is needed to address social, legal, economic and technical dimensions of land management. This framework can only be created and implemented within and by a truly democratic nation.
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- David Barkin, 2005. "Wealth, Poverty and Sustainable Development," Development and Comp Systems 0506003, EconWPA.
- Findlay, Ronald & Sundrum, R. M. & Khin, Maung Kyi (ed.), 2000. "Economic Development of Burma," University of Chicago Press Economics Books, University of Chicago Press, number 9789188836168, July.
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