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The Folk Conceptualisation of Property and Forest-related Going Concerns in Madagascar

As in many aid-dependent countries, the defenders of 'recognition' and 'pluralism' in Madagascar have been more influential than the tropical forest conservationists who called for more repression of local users. Despite the victory, the institutional diagnostic of the former was incorrect. It is true that forest resources are not open access. But use and control rights are governed by a popular conceptualisation of property, the structure of which limits the range of rules that can possibly be recognised through a contractual arrangement.

The Folk Conceptualisation of Property and Forest-related Going Concerns in MadagascarFrank MuttenzerAs in many aid-dependent countries, the defenders of 'recognition' and 'pluralism' in Madagascar have been more influential than the tropical fore
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