Formal Decentralisation and the Imperative of Decentralisation ‘from Below’: A Case Study of Natural Resource Management in Nicaragua

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The author would like to acknowledge that this essay would not have been possible without the support of Jesse Ribot and the World Resources Institute and the Center for International Forestry Research (CIFOR). Different phases of the research were funded or sponsored by CIFOR, DFID, Protierra, Profor, the Nitlapán Institute of the UCA, and the SIDA-IDB Partnership. She would also like to thank the anonymous reviewer for their helpful comments.

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Larson, A. Formal Decentralisation and the Imperative of Decentralisation ‘from Below’: A Case Study of Natural Resource Management in Nicaragua. Eur J Dev Res 16, 55–70 (2004). https://doi.org/10.1080/09578810410001688734

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