This report provides comparative insights into land-taking disputes in three East Asian countries—China, Indonesia, and Cambodia—that are relevant to Vietnamese conditions. It is not the intention of this Report to provide a comprehensive account of land-taking disputes, but rather to identify trends in
dispute resolution. These countries have been selected because each tells a different story about what happens to land disputes when certain institutional and legal reforms are set in motion. The Report is divided into three country case studies that examine land-taking disputes in China, Indonesia, and Cambodia.
Autores y editores
John Gillespie, Fu Hualing, Phạm Duy Nghĩa
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