Large-scale agricultural land investments and local institutions in Africa: The Nigerian case
Africa has become the most targeted continent for large-scale agricultural land investments (LALIs) with over 60% of the global figure. Some efforts have been made to investigate the determinants of LALIs at the global level; however, scare evidence abounds regarding the characteristics of target communities in a given country particularly in Nigeria, one of the top 20 recipients of LALIs...
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Published in 2014
Osabuohien Evans » Dr. Evans Osabuohien is presently the Head his Department (Economics & Development Studies, Covenant University, Ota, Nigeria).He started lecturing and researching in 2004. He was a research fellow at German Development Institute, Bonn with fellowship from Alexander von Humboldt Foundation (October 2013 –December 2014).He held same fellowship at German Institute for Global and Area Studies... view full profile
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