“When Things Become Property”: A Book by Stefan Dorondel

The latest book in Berghahn’s series Max Planck Studies in Anthropology and Economy is co-authored by Stefan Dorondel, member of InASEA’s Executive Committee.

When Things Become Property interrogates the mixed outcomes of conferring ownership by examining postsocialist land and forest reforms in Albania, Romania and Vietnam, and finds that property reforms are no longer, if they ever were, miracle tools available to governments for refashioning economies, politics or environments.

Further information on the book is available here.