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This collection of essays in Governing Global Land Deals provides new empirical and theoretical analyses of the relationships between global land grabs and processes of government and governance. * Reframes debates on global land grabs by focusing on the relationship between large-scale land deals and processes of governance * Offers new theoretical insights into the different forms and effects of global land acquisitions * Illuminates both the micro-processes of transaction and expropriation, as well as the broader structural forces at play in global land deals * Provides new empirical data on the different actors involved in contemporary land deals occurring across the globe and focuses on the specific institutional, political, and economic contexts in which they are acting
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Wendy Wolford is the Robert A. and Ruth E. Polson Professor of Development Sociology at Cornell University. Saturnino M. Borras, Jr. is Associate Professor of Rural Development Studies at the International Institute of Social Studies (ISS) in The Hague, The Netherlands. Ruth Hall is an Associate Professor at the Institute for Poverty, Land and Agrarian Studies (PLAAS) at the University of the Western Cape. Ian Scoones is a Professorial Fellow at the Institute of Development Studies at the University of Sussex and co-director of the ESRC STEPS Centre at Sussex and joint convener of the IDS-hosted Future Agricultures Consortium. Ben White is Emeritus Professor of Rural Sociology at the International Institute of Social Studies (ISS) in The Hague, the Netherlands. The editors are co-coordinators of the Land Deal Politics Initiative (LDPI: ww.iss.nl/ldpi), an international network of scholars doing engaged research on the issue of global land grabbing.
List of Contributors vii 1 Governing Global Land Deals: The Role of the State in the Rush for Land 1 Wendy Wolford, Saturnino M. Borras Jr., Ruth Hall, Ian Scoones and Ben White 2 State Involvement, Land Grabbing and Counter-Insurgency in Colombia 23 Jacobo Grajales 3 Road Mapping: Megaprojects and Land Grabs in the Northern Guatemalan Lowlands 45 Liza Grandia 4 Land Regularization in Brazil and the Global Land Grab 71 Gustavo de L.T. Oliveira 5 Negotiating Environmental Sovereignty in Costa Rica 93 Dana J. Graef 6 Building the Politics Machine: Tools for Resolving the Global Land Grab 117 Michael B. Dwyer 7 Indirect Dispossession: Domestic Power Imbalances and Foreign Access to Land in Mozambique 141 Madeleine Fairbairn 8 Competition over Authority and Access: International Land Deals in Madagascar 163 Perrine Burnod, Mathilde Gingembre and Rivo Andrianirina Ratsialonana 9 Regimes of Dispossession: From Steel Towns to Special Economic Zones 185 Michael Levien 10 The Political Construction of Wasteland: Governmentality, Land Acquisition and Social Inequality in South India 211 Jennifer Baka 11 Chinese Land-Based Interventions in Senegal 231 Lila Buckley 12 Identity, Territory and Land Conflict in Brazil 253 LaShandra Sullivan Index 275