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INTRA-FAMILY EXCLUSIONARY PROCESSES IN ACCESS TO LAND — With special reference to Europe and SubSaharan Africa

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So far, economists dealing with land issues have been primarily interested in problems of efficiency, especially the question of the productivity effects of formalisation of land rights (e.g. land titling). Also, as the emerging mechanism for allocating land, the market has received considerable attention in their works. In fact, to the extent that a land market effectively supporte

Year: 1998
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