Struggle for autonomy : seeing gold and forest like a local government in Northern Burkina Faso

@inproceedings{Cot2015StruggleFA,
  title={Struggle for autonomy : seeing gold and forest like a local government in Northern Burkina Faso},
  author={Madeleine Cot{\'e}},
  year={2015}
}
i Lay summary ii Acknowledgment iii Declaration of own work iv Abbreviations v List of figures vii CHAPTER 1. INTRODUCTION 1 BURKINA FASO AS A CASE OF THE STRUGGLE FOR AUTONOMY 5 NATURAL RESOURCES AS A LENS: COMPETING INSTITUTIONS OF POWER IN BURKINA FASO 8 INSTITUTIONS OF POWER OVER GOLD RESOURCES 9 INSTITUTIONS OF POWER OVER WOODFUEL RESOURCES 11 COMPETING CLAIMS: THE STRUGGLE FOR AUTONOMY 12 THE CASE OF… CONTINUE READING

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