Domestic Pathway Policies and Institutional Framework

  • Emmanuel AmetepehEmail author


The core aim of this chapter is to examine the domestic transitional pathway and related policy limitations, legal and implementation deficiencies. In doing so, the two sub-pathways under the broad umbrella of the domestic pathway (thus, the national pathway and the smallholder pathway) shall be addressed through the analysis of the two remaining transitional pillars of 1. collaboration/participation and 2. tenure respectively in relation to the FTDS claim. That is, given that the central assignment of this study is to investigate local people’s compliance behavior in the lenses of the FTT, aspects of the national government’s willingness to integrate forest people in the management process is central.


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© Springer Fachmedien Wiesbaden GmbH, part of Springer Nature 2019

Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Frankfurt a.M.Germany

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