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Forest Governance in Countries with Federal Systems of Government
Lessons and implications for decentralization
Arnoldo Contreras-Hermosilla, Hans M. Gregersen, Andy White - CIFOR, Forest Trends, Rights and Resources
This study examines the experience of federal countries in managing their decentralized systems of forest governance.
More than three quarters of developing countries and nations in transition are in the midst of experimenting with decentralization of their governments. Decentralized governance in general in the forestry sector in particular is thought to lead to better forest management outcomes. In federal governments, decentralization tends to be more pronounced.
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|Release Date:||January 2008|
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