enure, Ownership and new forms of Entitlement on Lihir: Changing notions of Property in the Context of a goldmining Project

@inproceedings{Macintyre2007enureOA,
  title={enure, Ownership and new forms of Entitlement on Lihir: Changing notions of Property in the Context of a goldmining Project},
  author={Martha Bruton Macintyre and Simon Foale},
  year={2007}
}
Academic interest in property rights, especially rights to land and resources, has flourished as various forms of economic rationalism have gained ascendency as ideal ‘solutions’ to development in the Pacific. Many economists (and most foreign investors) consider Papua New Guinean resource development limited by the persistence of customary laws for land (Hughes 2003, 2004). Changes have been proposed that would enable forms of land registration so that landowners could use land as collateral… CONTINUE READING

Similar Papers

Topics from this paper.

Citations

Publications citing this paper.
SHOWING 1-10 OF 10 CITATIONS

References

Publications referenced by this paper.
SHOWING 1-2 OF 2 REFERENCES

Lihir Society on the Eve of the Goldmine Operations: A Proposal for Rrgent Anthropological Research

Skalnik, Peter
  • 1989