Land to some tillers: development-induced displacement in Laos

@article{Vandergeest2003LandTS,
  title={Land to some tillers: development-induced displacement in Laos},
  author={Peter Vandergeest},
  journal={International Social Science Journal},
  year={2003},
  volume={55},
  pages={47-56}
}
Development in all its forms is inherently a spatial activity. From the most grandiose megaproject employing armies of development experts, to the smallest scale community-based resource management plan, all development projects involve reorganising the meaning and control of space. Even the provision of basic infrastructure such as roads, health services, schools, or credit is a spatial activity – some areas gain access to these services, and others do not... 
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