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Land tenure and the management of land and trees: the case of customary land tenure areas of Ghana



Land tenure and the management of land and trees: the case of customary land tenure areas of Ghana



Environment and Development Economics 8(1): 77-104



This study explores the effects of land tenure institutions on land use and management using household date from cocoa growing areas of Ghana. Various land tenure institutions with different land rights coexist in our sites, such as allocated family land, inherited land, appropriated village land, and land received as gift.

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DOI: 10.1017/s1355770x03000056


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