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In Defence of Melanesian Customary Land

Contents

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2     Introduction: Understanding Melanesian customary land, Tim Anderson and Gary Lee
5    Downplaying defects in state-systems and overemphasising customary land tenure conversion for development in Papua New Guinea, Steven Sukot
11 L   and registration, land markets and livelihoods in Papua New Guinea, Tim Anderson
21    Incorporated land groups and the registration of customary lands: Recent developments in PNG, Almah Tararia and Lisa Ogle
27    Women in patrilineal and matrilineal societies in Melanesia, Rosa Koian
30    The traditional economy as source of resilience in Vanuatu, Ralph Regenvanu
34    Hijacking development futures: “Land development” and reform in Vanuatu, Lara Daley
40    Land and the traditional economy: “Your money, my life” Hu i kakae long basket blong laef?, Joel Simo

PUBLISHED AID/WATCH, April 2010