Analysis of security of tenure under the customary land tenure system of Lesotho
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Redefining the boundaries of control: Post-Colonial tenure policies and dynamics of social and tenure change in Western Niger Ngaido, T. (PhD diss. Madison, Wisc: University of Wisconsin-Madison, 1996)Recent efforts by Sahelian states to define and recognize "traditional" ownership rights and encourage local participation in resource management are often deluded, because these policies tend to be based on an inadequate ...
Bruce, J. W. (ed.); Migot-Adholia, S. E. (ed.) (Dubuque, Iowa: Kendall/Hunt Publishing Company, 1994)The principal aim of the book is to assess the relative efficiency of indigenous customary land use arrangements and state-imposed individual tenure in promoting agricultural production in Africa. It is based on eight case ...
Mortimore, M. (London, England, UK: International Institute for Environment and Development, 1997)This paper focuses on the evolution of land tenure in Anglophone West Africa, although it also tries to encompass broader questions of access to natural resources. It considers first of all tenure relations as the British ...