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ISBN: 3825806413
Author: Wolfram Laube
Language: English
Publisher: LIT Verlag (October 8, 2007)
Pages: 392
Category: Social Sciences
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Brighton: Institute of Development Studies. Green political thought. Dolfsma, . & Verburg, R. (2008). Structure, agency and the role of values in processes of institutional change. Journal of Economic Issues, 42(4), 1031–1054. CrossRefGoogle Scholar. Changing natural resource regimes in northern Ghana: Actors, structures, and institutions. Berlin: LI. oogle Scholar. Loyal, . & Barnes, B. (2001).

Laube W (2007) Changing resource regimes in Northern Ghana: actors, structures and institutions. Nabila JS (1987) The migration of the Fra-Fra in Northern Ghana: a case study of cyclical labour migration in West Africa. Doctoral thesis, Michigan State UniversityGoogle Scholar. LIT, BerlinGoogle Scholar. Laube W, Le QB (2007) Development options for the sustainable use of land and shallow groundwater in Atankiri and anayere catchments: report of the farmer workshop, Narvongo, Ghana on 20–22 July, 2007. News in Ghana (2004) Livelihood of tomato farmers in UER under threat.

Wolfram Laube of University of Bonn, Bonn Uni Bonn Scholarship across disciplines acknowledges the disruptive effects open pit mining impose over natural and social environments.

Wolfram Laube of University of Bonn, Bonn Uni Bonn. Scholarship across disciplines acknowledges the disruptive effects open pit mining impose over natural and social environments.

Changing resource regimes in northern ghana: actors, structures and institutions. Cite this chapter as: Laube W. (2016) Climate Change Adaptation, Education, and Rural Transformation in Northern Ghana. Moving Beyond an Agricultural Focus. In: Yaro . Hesselberg J. (eds) Adaptation to Climate Change and Variability in Rural West Africa.

Rural Development in Northern Ghana. Nova Science Publishers. Changing Natural Resource Regimes in Northern Ghana. Actors, Structures and Institutions

Rural Development in Northern Ghana. Laube . B. Schraven and M. Awo. 2012. Smallholder adaptation to climate change: dynamics and limits in Northern Ghana. Climate Change, 111 (3-4) : 753-777. Consumption and Production: Changing perceptions of water in northern Ghana. In: Hahn, ., K. Cless and J. Soentgen (ed. : People at the Well. Actors, Structures and Institutions. Doictoral thesis at Faculty of Philosophy, University of Köln.

Keywords: Africa, Ghana, bureaucracy, irrigation, natural resource management, polycentric governance Introduction Since irrigation development in northern Ghana has started in the late 1960s, the natural resources water and land within irrigation schemes have.

Keywords: Africa, Ghana, bureaucracy, irrigation, natural resource management, polycentric governance Introduction Since irrigation development in northern Ghana has started in the late 1960s, the natural resources water and land within irrigation schemes have officially become the property of the government. The management of these resources has been put in the hands of an irrigation bureaucracy that is supposed to ensure a sustainable and efficient use of these resources. However, the irrigation bureaucracy does not operate in a vacuum.

governance structures and inattention to conservation and development . as a distinct dual project. Respondents also noted that while CREMA. In both case studies, participants described persistent cycles of resource dependence, overexploitation, and unsustainable land-use practices, which are exacerbated by illegal logging, intensive agricultural development, and population growth.

Ghanaian-German Center for Development Studies (GGCDS .

Ghanaian-German Center for Development Studies (GGCDS, DAAD Centre of African Excellence). West African Center for Sustainable Rural Transformation (WAC-SRT, DAAD Centre of African Excellence).

Structure' and & in Institutional Bargaining. 70. Young, Oran . International Cooperation: Building Regimes for Natural Resources and the Environment (Ithaca, . Cornell University Press, 1989), chap. Cooperation and Conflict, Vol. 27, Issue. Why do actors in international society succeed in forming institutional arrangements or regimes to cope with some transboundary problems but fail to do so in connection with other, seemingly similar, problems? This article employs a threefold strategy to make progress toward answering this question.

Colonial and national interventions have considerably changed the natural resource regimes regarding water and land in Northern Ghana. However, this change has not led to the establishment of new institutions, but different actors - farmers, bureaucrats, earthpriests, chiefs, and politicians - are continuously engaged in negotiation process over (natural) resources. While the institutional and distributional outcomes of these negotiation processes remain inconclusive they have led to a precarious local power balance, in which different actors rely on different institutions and changing political alliances to pursue their interests.

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