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Indigenous Land Rights In Sub-Saharan Africa: Appropriation, Security And Investment Demand

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  • Espen SJAASTAD
  • Daniel W. BROMLEY

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  • Espen SJAASTAD & Daniel W. BROMLEY, 1996. "Indigenous Land Rights In Sub-Saharan Africa: Appropriation, Security And Investment Demand," Staff Papers 391, University of Wisconsin Madison, AAE.
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