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Publisher: Routledge, part of the Taylor & Francis Group

Volume 39, Numbers 3-4, 1 July 2012

The new enclosures: critical perspectives on corporate land deals
pp. 619-647(29)
Authors: White, Ben; Borras Jr., Saturnino M.; Hall, Ruth; Scoones, Ian; Wolford, Wendy

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The land grab and corporate food regime restructuring
pp. 681-701(21)
Author: McMichael, Philip

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Situating private equity capital in the land grab debate
pp. 703-729(27)
Author: Daniel, Shepard

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Land grabbing in Latin America and the Caribbean
pp. 845-872(28)
Authors: Borras, Saturnino M.; Franco, Jennifer C.; Gómez, Sergio; Kay, Cristóbal; Spoor, Max

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Agrarian structure, foreign investment in land, and land prices in Brazil
pp. 873-898(26)
Authors: Sauer, Sérgio; Pereira Leite, Sergio

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Oligarchs, megafarms and land reserves: understanding land grabbing in Russia
pp. 899-931(33)
Authors: Visser, Oane; Mamonova, Natalia; Spoor, Max

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Land expropriation and displacement in Bangladesh
pp. 971-993(23)
Authors: Feldman, Shelley; Geisler, Charles

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Large-scale land deals from the inside out: findings from Kenya's Tana Delta
pp. 1039-1075(37)
Authors: Smalley, Rebecca; Corbera, Esteve

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