Inalienable properties : the political economy of indigenous land reform /
As many Indigenous communities return to self-governance and self-determination, they are taking their own approaches to property rights and community development. Why did the Nisga'a Nation introduce property rights that can be traded in the market? And how have communities such as the Membert...
|Series:||Law and society series (Vancouver, B.C.)
Evans: Library Stacks
E98.L3 B39 2020
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