Economic Policy And Wildlife Management In Zimbabwe
Wildlife is beginning to make a significant contribution to Zimbabwe's national economy and it would appear that tourism in general but particularly wildlife-based tourism is the fastest growing sector in the economy. The impacts of this development are far-reaching and will affect land-use systems in the state, private farming and communal sectors. There has been much interest in this wildlife development with emphasis placed on its potential role as a more sustainable land-use system than conventional agriculture in semi-arid zones and its potential to contribute to rural development.
Full Text LinksMuir, Kay (1992) Economic Policy And Wildlife Management In Zimbabwe; Paper prepared for AFTEN, World Bank, November, 1992. Harare, Mt. Pleasant: AEE
Department of Agricultural Economics and Extension (AEE); University of Zimbabwe)
University of Zimbabwe