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International Large Scale Land Acquisitions in Ethiopia The Key to Trigger Agricultural Modernization, Development and Poverty Reduction  Published Popular

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International Large Scale Land Acquisitions in Ethiopia  The Key to Trigger Agricultural Modernization, Development and Poverty Reduction

The growing awareness of climate change and its consequences, the continuously rising food pricesas well as the industrialized and economically fast developing countries aim to achieve more energysecurity, encourage large-scale food crop and biofuel production. This, in turn, promotes a rush forarable land by foreign and domestic investors.

Invest in Ethiopia  Published Popular

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Invest in Ethiopia

Population density is the highest in the SNNPR(Southern Nations, Nationalities, and Peoples Region),while Gambela is the least populated region. The populationof the national capital, Addis Ababa, is estimatedto be 3 million while major regional cities such as BahirDar, Hawassa, Dire Dawa and Adama are growing fasterboth in terms of population and economy.

Invest In Ethiopia 10 Reasons to Invest In Ethiopia  Published Popular

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Invest In Ethiopia- 10 Reasons to Invest In Ethiopia.pdf

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Invest In Ethiopia  10 Reasons to Invest In Ethiopia

We have been impressed all along by the positive attitude towards our inwardinvestment by the Ethiopian Government. We know the country and theEthiopian people well over a period of many years and so we know already thatthere are no language or legal barriers to smooth business cooperation butsupport and access at government level has made our investment processstraightforward and without delays.

Investing in Ethiopia A Guide for New Investors  Published Popular

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Investing in Ethiopia- A Guide for New Investors.pdf

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Investing in Ethiopia  A Guide for New Investors

The objective of this booklet is to give new investors a quickand systematic overview of the facts involved in investing inEthiopia.

Investment in the National Park Encounters between Land Investment and Wildlife Conservation in Gambella Regional State  Published Popular

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Investment in the National Park- Encounters between Land Investment and Wildlife Conservation in Gambella Regional State.pdf

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Investment in the National Park  Encounters between Land Investment and Wildlife Conservation in Gambella Regional State

Located in Ethiopia’s western lowlands bordering South Sudan, the Gambella Regionalstate has repeatedly made the headlines of international newspapers over the last fiveyears (Al-Jazeera English, 2014; Vidal, 2011; Smith, 2014 & 2015; Stienne, 2013).

Investment Opportunities & Policies in Ethiopia  Published Popular

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Investment Opportunities & Policies in Ethiopia.pdf

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Investment Opportunities & Policies in Ethiopia

Located in North-East Africa.  The fastest growing economy in Africa.  The second most populous nation in Africa with a dominantly young and productive population.  Has huge untapped resources.  A multi-party democracy.  One of the oldest nations on the planet.

Investment Promotion and Incentives in Ethiopia  Published Popular

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Investment Promotion and Incentives in Ethiopia.pdf

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Investment Promotion and Incentives in Ethiopia

While the African continent has immense human and natural resources, acombination of factors, including the colonial heritage, structural weaknesses ofindividual economies, susceptibility to the disastrous effects of natural and man-madedisasters as well as endemic diseases, overdependence on the export of basic rawmaterials and minerals, etc. have rendered African economies weak and fragile.Despite all efforts at development, the continent remains the least developed.

Investments in Land Conservation in the Ethiopian Highlands  Published Popular

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Investments in Land Conservation in the Ethiopian Highlands.pdf

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Investments in Land Conservation in the Ethiopian Highlands

Land degradation is a major problem undermining land productivity in the highlands of Ethiopia. This study explores the factors that affect farm households’ decisions at the plot level to investin land conservation and how much to invest, focusing on the roles of poverty, land tenure security, andmarket access.

Investors' Willingness to Pay for Urban Land The Case of Addis Ababa City  Published Popular

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Investors' Willingness to Pay for Urban Land- The Case of Addis Ababa City.pdf

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Investors' Willingness to Pay for Urban Land  The Case of Addis Ababa City

The spatial, physical and socio-economic conditions of Addis Ababa City, in general, is byfar behind the requirements fundamental to sustain the livelihood of the city. In addressingthe problems of the city, the suggested government intervention strategies include, amongothers, the relocation and resettlement of residents for efficient utilization of potential sites,and bringing balanced and coordinated investment/development in different parts of thecity.

Land Acquisitions, the Politics of Dispossession, and State Remaking in Gambella, Western Ethiopia  Published Popular

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Land Acquisitions, the Politics of Dispossession, and State-Remaking in Gambella, Western Ethiopia.pdf

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Land Acquisitions, the Politics of Dispossession, and State Remaking in Gambella, Western Ethiopia

This paper argues that development through large-scale land acquisitions(LSLAs) in Gambella, western Ethiopia, belies a state-remakingproject under a dispossessive political economy. This argument is based onfieldwork in Gambella, Addis Ababa, and Minneapolis and is situatedwithin the broader development agenda pursued by Ethiopia’s ruling party.

Land grab as a development strategy the political economy of agricultural investments  Published Popular

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Land grab as a development strategy - the political economy of agricultural investments.pdf

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Land grab as a development strategy   the political economy of agricultural investments

This paper examines the domestic political economy of so-called ‘land-grabbing’ in Ethiopia, assessing the motivations of the Ethiopian government, which has strongly promoted foreign agricultural investment.

Land grab in Africa Emerging land system drivers in a teleconnected world  Published Popular

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Land grab in Africa- Emerging land system drivers in a teleconnected world.pdf

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Land grab in Africa  Emerging land system drivers in a teleconnected world

The land change science community has for decades focused on the acceleratingpressure on the Earth’s limited land resources (e.g. Lambin & Geist 2006) caused byhuman-environmental interaction, and large research efforts have been put intoidentifying and differentiating the proximate and underlying driving forces of land useand land cover changes at local to global scales.

Land grab or development opportunity Agricultural investment and international land deals in Africa  Published Popular

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Land grab or development opportunity- Agricultural investment and international land deals in Africa.pdf

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Land grab or development opportunity  Agricultural investment and international land deals in Africa

Over the past 12 months, large-scale acquisitions of farmland in Africa, LatinAmerica, Central Asia and Southeast Asia have made headlines in a flurry ofmedia reports across the world. Lands that only a short time ago seemed of littleoutside interest are now being sought by international investors to the tune ofhundreds of thousands of hectares.

Land Grabbing and Labour Relations The Case of the Benishangul Gumuz Region, Ethiopia  Published Popular

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Land Grabbing and Labour Relations- The Case of the Benishangul Gumuz Region, Ethiopia.pdf

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Land Grabbing and Labour Relations  The Case of the Benishangul Gumuz Region, Ethiopia

This study studies the current land grabbing and change in labour relations from a political economy perspective, in the context of Ethiopia, based on the case study research in Benishangul Gumuz re-gion.

Land Grabbing by Foreign Investors in Developing Countries Risks and Opportunities  Published Popular

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Land Grabbing by Foreign Investors in Developing Countries- Risks and Opportunities.pdf

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Land Grabbing by Foreign Investors in Developing Countries  Risks and Opportunities

One of the lingering effects of the food price crisis of2007–08 on the world food system is the proliferatingacquisition of farmland in developing countriesby other countries seeking to ensure their food supplies.

Land Grabbing In Ethiopia Welfare Or Farewell Is it a story painted in black and white  Published Popular

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Land Grabbing In Ethiopia - Welfare Or Farewell- Is it a story painted in black and white.pdf

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Land Grabbing In Ethiopia   Welfare Or Farewell  Is it a story painted in black and white

The phenomenon of large scale land acquisition has increased in recent years. There is a current debate regarding the effects of large international investors buying or leasing land in poor countries.

Land investments and villagization in Gambella, Ethiopia  Published Popular

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Land investments and villagization in Gambella, Ethiopia.pdf

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Land investments and villagization in Gambella, Ethiopia

Since 2001, the Ethiopian government has been committed to building a “developmental state,” one with a strong state-led macro-economic plan, much like that of East Asian countries. After 2005, the developmental agenda took center stage in public discourse.

Land Registration and Land Investment The Case of Tigray Region, Northern Ethiopia  Published Popular

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Land Registration and Land Investment- The Case of Tigray Region, Northern Ethiopia.pdf

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Land Registration and Land Investment  The Case of Tigray Region, Northern Ethiopia

The study explored whether land titling fostered tenure security and, thereby, increased investment on land improvement. We assessed the determinants of the probability and intensity of investment by using random effects and modified random effects probit and truncated regression models on 437 randomly selected households operating 1696 plots from eighteen selected communities (tabias) located in the five zones of the Tigray Region.

Land Rights and Expropriation in Ethiopia  Published Popular

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Land Rights and Expropriation in Ethiopia.pdf

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Land Rights and Expropriation in Ethiopia

This study examines and analyses the expropriation laws and practices in Ethiopia. The objective of the thesis is to analyze and describe the land rights and expropriation laws in Ethiopia and to compare them with the practice in order to determine the fairness of compensation.

Land to Investors Large Scale Land Transfers in Ethiopia  Published Popular

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Land to Investors- Large-Scale Land Transfers in Ethiopia.pdf

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Land to Investors  Large Scale Land Transfers in Ethiopia

The catch-phrase, “global land grab”, refers to the rush for commercial land in Africa andelsewhere by private and sovereign investors for the production and export of food crops as wellas bio-fuels, in which the land deals involved stand to benefit the investors at the expense of hostcountries and their populations.