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 » Evans Osabuohien is presently the Head of his Department (Economics & Development Studies, Covenant University, Ota, Nigeria).He holds B.Sc, M.Sc and Ph.D (Economics) and 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... view full profile
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