Towards decentralization and privatization of China’s collective forestlands: A Study of 9 villages in 3 provinces

Full Citation: Shen, Y., Zhnag, X., Xu, X., Zhu, Z., and Jiang, C., “Towards decentralization and privatization of China’s collective forestlands: A Study of 9 villages in 3 provinces,” 11(4) INTERNATIONAL FORESTRY REVIEW 28 (2009).

Towards decentralization and privatization of China’s collective forestlands: A Study of 9 villages in 3 provinces

China started forestland tenure reform in the early 1980s. The reforms have been evolving and vary significantly from region to region. Unlike in agriculture, it is too simplistic to use a household responsibility system (HRS) to generalize about the reforms in forestry. Despite variations in time and place, a trend towards privatization started to become

Languages: English

Year: 2009

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