In the period between 2018 and 2020, the School of Economics and Business (HH) at the Norwegian University of Life Sciences (NMBU) has produced three doctoral theses related to land tenure. This work is available at the NMBU library and individual files can be downloaded through the provided links.
Samson Pilanazo Katengeza successfully defended the work on "Climate-smart agriculture in Malawi: uptake and opportunities in the face of climate change"
Federico Cammelli successfully defended the work on "Persistent miscoordination: an economics of Amazon fires"
Muuz Hadush Gebremichael successfully defended the work on "The economic implication of animal feed scarcity on farm intensifcation, food production and consumption: empirical evidence from Tigrai, Ethiopia"
Sarah Ephrida Tione successfully defended the work on "Land markets and agricultural household decisions nexus in Malawi"