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Workshop on Indigenous Property Rights and their Implication in Brazil

  • Hoover Institution in Washington 1399 New York Ave NW Washington, DC USA (map)

Sponsored by the Hoover Project on Renewing Indigenous Economies
, the Hoover Institution at Stanford University, and the Liberty to Grow Foundation

Presentations:

Indigenous Property Rights and Indigenous Prosperity
Terry L. Anderson, senior fellow at the Hoover Institution at Stanford University and co-founder, Alliance for Renewing Indigenous Economies

Lessons from Studies of Indigenous Land Tenure in the Americas
Dominic Parker, associate professor, Department of Agricultural & Applied Economies Economics, University of Wisconsin-Madison

Land Reform Policies and Resource Use in Brazil
Bernardo Mueller, professor of economics at the University of Brasília

Indigenous land rights and deforestation: Evidence from the Brazilian Amazon
Silke Heuser, Senior Evaluator, Independent Evaluation Group, World Bank

To further inform the discussion:

Normative Shifts in the Legal Landscape: Where are we? Where are we headed with Indigenous land rights?
Karol Boudreaux, Chief Program Officer, Landesa

This is an invitation-only roundtable discussion. If you would like more information, please contact Wendy Purnell: wendy@indigenousecon.org