Examining relationships between customary and state institutions in Ghana's decentralized system:
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- George Christoffel Schoneveld & Laura German, 2014. "Translating Legal Rights into Tenure Security: Lessons from the New Commercial Pressures on Land in Ghana," Journal of Development Studies, Taylor & Francis Journals, vol. 50(2), pages 187-203, February.
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Keywordscustomary law; Decentralization; Incentives; rules; state system; traditional authority;
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