Land Policies:Questioning discrepancies between discourse and practices in Tanzania

Sous titre: 

Land investments in Tanzania: a local perspective on the political economy of agri-food projects.

Nom de carnet: 

Date de publication: 

Jeudi 07 Septembre 2017 - 15:15

Publié ici : 

07 Septembre 2017


  • land policies
  • Tanzania
  • discrepancies
  • liberal policies
  • agricultural development
  • mapping practices

Langue de publication: 

  • Anglais

Zone géographique: 

  • Afrique

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