Hereditary Gifted Land
Journal Article Review of Scheyvens, et al. (2019), “Business Serves Society: Successful Locally-Driven Development on Customary Land in the South Pacific”.
Over the last week the Urban Oceania Reading Group came together to discuss an article by Scheyven et al. (2019) “Business Serves Society: Successful Locally-Driven Development on Customary Land in the South Pacific”. We were motivated to discuss and write about this article because our conversations on other academic articles often return to how customary… Continue readingANU Development Bulletin, AUSAID, Business, Business Serves Society, Consumerism, Customary Land Tenure, Development, Formal Lease, Hereditary Gifted Land, Informal Lease, Land Tenure, Narratives of Success, Neo-liberalism, Oceania, Resilience, Socially Embedded Business, Talanoa, Vanua Methodology, Wellbeing