Readership: Researchers, academics and graduate students in Chinese and development studies, and agencies working on land issues.
Peter Ho, University of Groningen, Centre for Development Studies
1: The credibility of agricultural land tenure or why delibrate institutional ambiguity might work
2: Why the village has no power: land ownership disputes and customary tenure
3: Governing China's grasslands: the clash over state and collective property
4: Contested spaces: forest rights, registration and social conflict
5: Going, going, gone! A case-study of the wasteland auction policy
6: Between nationalization and privatization: common property as the third way?
Summary and concluding observations: the national debate on property law