Abstract: The question what actual impact both de- and recentralisation of forest governance had on the livelihoods of local communities in East Kalimantan is examined. Undesired outcomes of decentralisation have been counteracted by an immediate effort to recentralise.
Author(s): Bullinger, Cathrin; Haug, Michaela
Source(s): , Austrian journal of south-east Asian studies (ASEAS); vol. 5, no. 2 p. 243-262 Austrian journal of south-east Asian studies (ASEAS) vol. 5, no. 2
Published: 2012 Society for south-east Asian studies (SEAS)], [Wien (English