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The Case of Kenyas Coastal Province
A Conceptual Framework for Analyzing Economic Development Policy
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action sectors agnates back-stop shelf Baland and Platteau bargaining transactions bride payments broader local social Bromley case-study village cattle enterprises cattle keepers cattle-feeding techniques Centralized Period Coast Province coconut palms collective institution-building capacities collective-action sector commodity transactions copra dairy Dispersed Period economic development enforcement enterprises and techniques environment of expectation extra-local collectives extra-local factors focal resource-user group Giriama society herd herder-grazing homestead heads homogeneity of access increase individual ends-meeting capacities institutional and production institutional regime institutional transactions interaction and production interviews Kaloleni kaya Kenya Kiambu District Kilifi District land livestock major clan Meinzen-Dick 1995 Mijikenda Oakerson organization organizational nesting palm wine Pareto-efficiency Parkin patterns of interaction Period of Duality personal networks physical-technical attributes physical-technical factors population density private-action sector production interests Rasmussen and Meinzen-Dick short-term patterns social system stall-feeding technique sub-Saharan Africa Survey June 1992 transaction costs values and beliefs Waaijenberg 1994 Weekly-Feeds Survey zebu