Title: "Moving towards sustainability: business models and entrepreneurship in the Norwegian wool industry". Kidanemariam Abreha Gebretsadik PhD. Rahat Sabyrbekov PhD. Title: " Essays on sustainable use of nature in a developing country context: The case of Kyrgyzstan ".
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Bernardo will show how political, legal, and administrative decisions on land administration are made, what and who influences them, which problems and dilemmas politicians and state officials face, and how the formal land tenure system works in practice. This findings are based on the investigation of five analytical themes: political environment, lawmaking, legal framework, institutional framework, and social relationships and practices. The result is a portrait of a young nation grappling with the enormous task of creating a land tenure system that can address the needs of its citizens in the wake of centuries of socio-political tumult and huge fluctuations in resources, while seeking to find its place on the world stage as a new nation. Bernardo Almeida is a post-doctoral researcher and lecturer at the Van Vollenhoven Institute, Leiden University, who focuses on land, law, lawmaking and development.
The role of land tenure in housing the urban poor in Mexico
Main menu. Building land tenure systems: The political, legal, and institutional struggles of Timor-Leste. Bernardo Ribeiro de Almeida.
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