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Forms of capitalist production in SubSaharan
Changes in productive forces environmental
activities adjustment Aﬁica Africa agricultural areas Bagachwa Bagamoyo basis beach Bhatia boats boundaries of formal branches Bryceson building poles Burgess catch CDR Library Paper CDR Working Paper Chachage charcoal crew dagaa Darwall dynamite ﬁshing economic liberalisation enterprises environmental degradation export extended simple cooperation ﬁgures ﬁre ﬁrewood ﬁrst ﬁsh ﬁsheries ﬁshermen ﬁshing grounds ﬂeet forest forestry forex formal subsumption forms of production fuelwood gastropods gear groups Havnevik household ibid implications important incentives increased industrial involved Kigoma labour process Lake Tanganyika Lake Victoria Landberg latter Maﬁa mainly Mangrove markets mashua means of production mechanised merchant capital Mitzloff Mwanza Nile Perch normally op.cit operations organised percent period petty pit-sawing prawn probably production and trade production forms proﬁt reﬂections relation relatively reported Reynolds and Greboval Ruﬁji Salaam sawmill seaweed signiﬁcant specialisation species speciﬁc supply systematic TAFICO Tanga Tanzania target timber trawlers typically vessels women Zanzibar