Forest resource management in Ghana : an analysis of policy and institutions

@inproceedings{Teye2008ForestRM,
  title={Forest resource management in Ghana : an analysis of policy and institutions},
  author={Joseph Kofi Teye},
  year={2008}
}
Despite claims by many developing countries that they have adopted sustainable forest policies in return for bilateral and multilateral donor grants, deforestation rates are still quite high. In order to understand this problem, it has been suggested that forest policies of individual countries should be critically examined. Yet there is no comprehensive theoretical framework for analysing, in an integrated way, forest policy formulation and implementation in the developing world. To help… CONTINUE READING

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