The study shows strong land rights significantly increase the likelihood of planting perennial commercial crops, and also increase the hectares allocated to commercial crops. Where rights to land are weak (i.e., no land titling and no transfer rights), farmers tend to grow annual crops.
This study was supported by the African Economic Research Consortium (AERC).
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