Forests, agriculture, poverty and land reform: the case of the Indonesian Outer Islands
This paper addresses the following questions. What are the empirical relationships among forest, poverty, agriculture and access to market and services in the Indonesian Outer Islands? What are the implications of these relationships for forest land reform? The analysis is based on: i) vegetation cover produced from remote sensing images for 2003, ii) population and poverty estimates respectively at the village and district levels, iii) the national forestry land use plan, and iv) spatial...[Show more]
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