Notions of Rights over Land and the History of Mongolian Pastoralism

in Inner Asia
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Abstract

In the 1990s the Mongolian state implemented a series of reforms designed to create a competitive market economy based on private property. These included the wholesale privatisation of the pastoral economy and the dissolution of the collective and state farms. The Asian Development Bank and other international development agencies advocated new legislation to allow the private ownership of land. This remains a highly controversial issue in Mongolia, particularly with respect to pasture land which remains a public-access resource.

Notions of Rights over Land and the History of Mongolian Pastoralism

in Inner Asia

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