Land Reform, 2003/3, Special Edition
Land Reform, 2003/3, Special Edition
Land Settlement and Cooperatives
   
 
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INFORMATION FOR CONTRIBUTORS

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Editor
P. Groppo
Editing, design, graphics and desktop publishing
Editorial Group, FAO
Information Division
Editorial Board
M. Cox, P. Munro-Faure,
J. Dey-Abbas, J. Rouse,
S. Baas

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Preface

Acknowledgement

Land policy to facilitate growth and poverty reductions - K. Deininger, G. Feder, G. Gordillo de Anda and P. Munro-Faure

Brazil: land politics, poverty and rural development - E. Teofilo and D. Prado Garcia

Land markets in Bulgaria - D. Kopeva

Rural land tenure reforms in China: issues, regulations and prospects for additional reform - J.D. Ping Li

Integrating land issues into the broader development agenda: Colombia - D.M. Grusczynski and C. Felipe Jaramillo

Current land policy issues in Ethiopia - B. Nega, B. Adenew and S. Gebre Sellasie

Current land policy issues in Georgia - J. Ebanoidze

Current land policy issues in Ghana - K. Kasanga

Current land policy issues in India - R.S. Deshpande

Current land policy issues in Mozambique - M.C. de Quadros

Land issues in poverty reduction strategies and the development agenda: the Philippines - G.M. Llanto and M.M. Ballesteros

Integrated approach to land policy, development of land administration institutions and land market in the Russian Federation - A.L. Overchuk

Integrating land issues into the broader development agenda: Uganda - J. Bosworth

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