05 August 2017
By Atesmachew B. Hailegiorgis and Claudio Cioffi-Revilla
“Large-scale land acquisition is a complex policy issue affecting many developing countries. This chapter analyzes how this issue affects rural households using a computational modeling approach. The case study examined is the South Omo Zone in southern Ethiopia, where ongoing large-scale land acquisition transactions generate new dynamics in climate-stressed rural communities living in fragile biophysical environments…” – Springer Link
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