This PhD thesis introduces an arena in which government policy, private-sector compliance and community actions interact. Based on South Africa's forestry sector and on two forestry companies - Singisi Forest Products (SFP) in the Eastern Cape Province and Siyaqhubeka Forests (SQF) in KwaZulu-Natal Province - as examples, the author asks whether it is possible to fulfil disparate actors' objectives by negotiating the government's withdrawal from the forestry sector. She applies concepts of power and empowerment, co-management, and policy implementation as triple lenses that capture contemporary policy dynamics in South Africa. [ASC Leiden abstract]
 
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Year of publication: 2008
Series: African Studies Collection
Volume: 10
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978-90-5448-079-2
Auteur
Alice Achieng Ojwang
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African Studies Centre
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