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Full citation: Doss, C., Meinzen-Dick, R., and Bomuhangi, A. (2014). “Who Owns the Land? Perspectives from Rural Ugandans and Implications for Large-Scale Land Acquisitions.” Feminist Economics, 20(1), 76-100. – This article is based on a 2008–09 study of land tenure in Uganda. It analyzes how different definitions of land ownership – including household reports, existence of ownership documents, and rights over the land – provide very different indications of the gendered patterns of land ownership and rights. While many households report husbands and wives as joint owners of the land, women are less likely to be listed on ownership documents, […]
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Full Citation: Wang, S., van Kooten, G. C., and Wilson, B., “Mosiac of reform: forest policy in post-1978 China,” 6(1) FOREST POLICY AND ECONOMICS 71 (2004).
Full citation: Tandon, N., “New Agribusiness Investments Mean Wholesale Sell-Out for Women Farmers,” 18(3) GENDER & DEVELOPMENT 503 (November 2010).