Workshop on Indigenous Property Rights and their Implication in Brazil

Monday, April 29, 2019
Hoover Institution, Washington DC

How does the recognition and demarcation of indigenous property rights affect resource use in Brazil? What can be done to renew indigenous economies in Brazil?

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

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

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