Community Ties & Land Inheritance in the Context of Rising Outside Opportunities: Evidence from the Peruvian Highlands

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Résumé

This is an attempt to determine the factors that influence the decision of parents to divide their land equally or unequally among their children in a context characterized by acute poverty but important outside opportunities that can be seized through permanent migration.
langue originaleAnglais
titreThe Social Economics of Poverty: Identities, Groups, Communities and Networks
rédacteurs en chefC Barrett
Lieu de publicationLondon & New York
EditeurRoutledge
Pages361-401
Nombre de pages41
étatPublié - 2005

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Goetghebuer, T., & Platteau, J-P. (2005). Community Ties & Land Inheritance in the Context of Rising Outside Opportunities: Evidence from the Peruvian Highlands. Dans C. Barrett (Ed.), The Social Economics of Poverty: Identities, Groups, Communities and Networks (p. 361-401). London & New York: Routledge.
Goetghebuer, Tatiana ; Platteau, Jean-Philippe. / Community Ties & Land Inheritance in the Context of Rising Outside Opportunities : Evidence from the Peruvian Highlands. The Social Economics of Poverty: Identities, Groups, Communities and Networks. Editeur / C Barrett. London & New York : Routledge, 2005. p. 361-401
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