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Rural Lands and Evolving Tenure Arrangements in Ethiopia: Issues, Evidence and Policies
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Table of Contents

 

 

ABSTRACT

i

I.

Introduction

1

II.

Access to Land

3

III.

Area of Land Operated

10

IV.

Inequality of Land Operated

17

V.

Security of Tenure

23

VI.

Land Quality and Investment

27

VII.

Rental Land Transactions and Factor Equalization

34

VIII.

Area of Land Operated, Quality and Tenure:

Effect on Productivity

36

IX.

Land and Poverty Correlations

45

X.

Land Scarcity, Competition and Labor Mobility

50

XI.

Common Property Resources Under Population

and Poverty Pressure

54

XII

Land and Gender

60

XIII

Land Policy Issues and Response

67

XIV.

Synthesis and Conclusions: Lessons for Future Policy

75

 

References

81