Digitisation has drastically reduced the costs involved in registering owners of cultivated land. This has made large-scale land registration, which in particular strengthens women's rights in societies where they have a weak position, more relevant for developing countries.
Stein T. Holden, professor at the School of Economics and Business and Mesfin Tilahun Gelaye, postdoctoral researcher at the School of Economics and Business gave presentations at the Nordic Conference in Development Economics on 12-13. June 2017 in Göteborg University.
Stein T. Holden, professor at the School of Economics and Business was a speaker at the 2017 Symposium on Economic Experiments in Developing Countries (SEEDEC) that was held at the University of East Anglia, Norwich, UK on 20th-21st april.