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  6. van der Heijden, Anna, Tony Pryor, and Lars T. Soeftestad, 2006. Knowledge management and natural resources in Africa: perspectives from two networks. Knowledge Management for Development Journal (KM4D Journal) vol. 2, no. 1 (May 2006), 103-115. [url]
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  8. Kirsch-Jung, Karl P. and Lars T. Soeftestad. 2006. “Regulating the commons in Mauritania: local agreements as a tool for sustainable natural resource management.” Paper presented at the 11th biennial conference of the International Association for the Study of Common Property (IASCP), 18-21 June 2006, Ubud, Bali, Indonesia. [access]
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  11. Soeftestad, Lars T. 1996b. “Voices from below and from within: institutions and resource management in coastal Ghana.” Paper presented at the 6th biennial conference of the International Association for the Study of Common Property (IASCP), 5-8 June 1996, Berkeley, United States. [access]
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  22. Soeftestad, Lars T. and Maung K. Sein. 2003. ICT and development: east is east and west is west and the twain may yet meet. In S. Krishna and S. Madon, eds. The digital challenge: information technology in the development context, 63-82. Hampshire, United Kingdom: Ashgate.
  23. Soeftestad, Lars T., Koffi A. Alanon, and Daniela Diz, et al. 2004. Language, culture and communication in development cooperation. On the role of ICTs in networking online communities of practice. CBNRM Net Papers no. 6 (March 2004). [access]
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  26. Soeftestad, Lars T. and Hans-Werner Wabnitz. 2004. “Knowledges and legal reform in the Sahel: linking traditional and modern natural resource management legal regimes horizontally and vertically through use of ICTs.” Presentation at the conference “Bridging scales and epistemologies: linking local knowledge with global science in multi-scale assessments,” organized by the Millennium Ecosystem Assessment (MEA), 17-20 March 2004, Alexandria, Egypt. [access]
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