Using the Land Governance Assessment Framework to Help Secure Rural Land Rights: Framework and Experience Thus Far
Relatively stagnant or low productivity of land use in many areas, soaring global demand for land as a source of food, fuel, and fiber or as a source of environmental amenities, and demands for structural transformation to transfer labor out of agriculture and provide space for urban development -all these factors imply that land governance has emerged as a key determinant of sustainable growth and poverty reduction.
KeywordsDispute Resolution Public Land Public Input Land Policy Customary Land
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