Decentralization, land tenure reforms and local institutional actors : building partnerships for equitable and sustainable land governance in Africa : paper

Abstract: This paper looks into the prospects for decentralized land governance to allow more discretion and freedom of action by local institutional actors. It also assesses the requirements for ensuring responsible local governance in terms of land registration, transactions, accountability and oversight.

Author(s): Hilhorst, Dorothea H.M.

Source(s): , FAO Land tenure journal 13 p., ill., tabs FAO Land tenure journal

Published: 2010 Food and agriculture organization of the United nations (FAO), Rome (English

ISBN/ISSN: /

Link: http://www.kit.nl/net/KIT_Publicaties_output/ShowFile2.aspx?e=1717

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