Decentralization and Institutional Change for Sustainable Forest Management in Uganda, Kenya, Tanzania and Ethiopia
Edited By Franz Gatzweiler
The contributions to this book come from junior and senior researchers from Uganda, Kenya, Tanzania and Ethiopia, and outside of East Africa. All are dedi- cated to the understanding of institutions, institutional changes and the impact institutions have on forest conditions, landscapes, people’s livelihoods and the interlinkages. I am particularly grateful to lead coordinating authors of this vo- lume: William Gombya-Ssembajjwe (Makerere University, Uganda), Abwoli Y. Banana (Makerere University, Uganda), Daniel Waiswa (Makerere University, Uganda), Paul Ongugo (Kenya Forestry Research Institute), Emily Obonyo (Kenya Forestry Research Institute, Nairobi, Kenya), Emmanuel Luoga (Sokoine Universi- ty, Morogoro, Tanzania), George Kajembe (Sokoine University, Morogoro, Tan- zania) and Tadesse Woldemariam Gole (Environment and Coffee Forest Forum, Ethiopia) for their contribution to the selection of articles for this volume and their participation in the review process. The authors are all linked to the collaborative research centers (CRC) of the International Forestry Resources and Institutions (IFRI) research network, founded by Prof. Elinor Ostrom and currently hosted by Prof. Arun Agrawal at the School of Natural Resources and Environment, University of Michigan. We gratefully acknowledge a grant (No. 83.727) from the Volkswagen Foundation which enabled the research activities which led to this publication. Maryanne Wachira’s support with various rounds of editing is gratefully acknowledged.
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