Land Use and Expropriation in East and Southeast Asia - International Reports
Land Use and Expropriation in East and Southeast Asia
The Role of the Law
Public, private and foreign investments in agriculture change social structures in East and Southeast Asia. Land grabbing and forced relocations are well-known side-effects of this development. They indicate deficits in terms of rule of law and good governance. As a result, societal and ecological problems hamper sustainable development.