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The future of land: commercial pressures and the case for systemic law reform to secure rural land rights

Book chapter, 12 pages
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This think piece – part of a collection of essays prepared for the African Development Bank – reflects on changing commercial pressures on land in low and middle-income countries; the role of law in shaping the ways those pressures manifest themselves; the limits of business standards in driving systemic change; and the case for comprehensive law reform to secure rural land rights.

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Rethinking land reform in Africa: new ideas, opportunities and challenges
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