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Core Team
Erling Berge, homepage
Ole Hofstad
Stein Holden, homepage
Espen Sjaastad

Associates
Bernt Aarset
Arild Angelsen
Tor Arve Benjaminsen
Einar Bergsholm
Øystein Jakob Bjerva
Sølve Bærug
Einar A. Hegstad
Darley Jose Kjosavik
Berit Irene Nordahl
Eirik Romstad
Håvard Steinsholt
Steinar Taubøll
Arild Vatn
Pål Vedeld
Nikolai K. Winge

PhD students
Therese Dokken
Hadsh Tesfa Gebreab
New journal paper on impact of improved maize adoption on welfare of farm households

New journal paper on impact of improved maize adoption on welfare of farm households

The paper "Impact of Improved Maize Adoption on Welfare of Farm Households in Malawi: A Panel Data Analysis" written by Sosina Bezu, Girma T. Kassie, Bekele Shiferaw and Jacob Ricker - Gilbert has been published in the journal World Development.

New journal paper on the roles of land tenure reforms and land markets

New journal paper on the roles of land tenure reforms and land markets

The paper "The roles of land tenure reforms and land markets in the context of population growth and land use intensification in Africa" written by Stein Holden and Keijiro Otsuka has been published in the international Food Policy.

CLTS Working Paper on agricultural household models for Malawi

CLTS Working Paper on agricultural household models for Malawi

The paper "Agricultural Household Models for Malawi:Household Heterogeneity, Market Characteristics, Agricultural Productivity, Input Subsidies, and Price Shocks. A Baseline Report" written by Stein T. Holden is now published as a CLTS Working Paper.

CLTS Working Paper on adapting to climate risk in Tanzania

CLTS Working Paper on adapting to climate risk in Tanzania

The paper "Learning the hard way? Adapting to climate risk in Tanzania" written by Sofie Waage Skjeflo and Nina Bruvik Westberg is now published as a CLTS Working Paper.

Participant at the the World Bank Conference on Land and Poverty

Participant at the the World Bank Conference on Land and Poverty

Stein Holden will participate at the Annual World Bank Conference on Land and Poverty in Washington 24 - 27 March.

IASC European Regional Meeting 2014

IASC European Regional Meeting 2014

IASC European Regional Meeting 2014 will take place in Umeå, Sweden on 16-19 September, 2014.

Panel discussant at the World Bank Conference on Land and Poverty

Panel discussant at the World Bank Conference on Land and Poverty

Sosina Bezu will be the discussant at the Annual World Bank Conference on Land and Poverty in Washington 24 - 27 March.

CLTS Working paper on Hawk-Dove game experiments played by spouses

CLTS Working paper on Hawk-Dove game experiments played by spouses

The paper "Are Wives less Selfish than their Husbands? Evidence from Hawk-Dove Game Field Experiments" written by Stein Holden and Sosina Bezu is now published as a CLTS Working Paper.

CLTS Working Paper on anomalies in intertemporal choice

CLTS Working Paper on anomalies in intertemporal choice

The paper "Explaining anomalies in intertemporal choice: A mental zooming theory" written by Stein Holden is now published as a CLTS Working Paper.

CLTS Working Paper on productive safety net program

CLTS Working Paper on productive safety net program

The paper "Does Ethiopia's Productive Safty Net Program Improve Child Nutrition?" written by Bethelhem Legesse Debela, Gerald Shively and Stein Holden is now published as a CLTS Working Paper.

 
Centre for Land Tenure Studies

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Presentation

Centre for Land Tenure Studies (CLTS) is established by four of NMBU’s departments:
- School of Economics and Business
- International Environment and Development
- Landscape Architecture and Spatial Planning
- Ecology and Natural Resource Management

Organisations we collaborate with:
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Centre for Property Rights and Development
- UN-HABITAT
- Norsk institutt for skog og landskap
- Environment for Development Initiative
- The World Bank
- International Food Policy Research Insittute
- International Maize and Wheat Improvement Center