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Dr. Frankline A. Ndi

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SFB/TR 228 - Future Rural Africa

AG Wirtschaftsgeographie
Geographisches Institut der Universität Bonn
Meckenheimer Allee 166
D-53115 Bonn

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Research Foci

Development and economic geography

Land and environmental politics, policies and conflicts

Food security and agricultural transformation


SFB/TR 228 - Future Rural Africa

Siehe auch Future Rural Africa


Ndi F.A., Batterbury, S., and Wanki, J.E. (2021). Corporate Land Acquisitions at the Intersection of Lineage and Patronage Networks in Cameroon. Journal of Modern African Studies, Cambridge University Press, 59 (3), p. 319-341.

Ndi, F.A.; Wanki, J.E, and Dessein, J. (2021). Protectors or Enablers? Untangling the Roles of Traditional Authorities and Local Elites in Foreign Land Grabs in Cameroon. Development Policy Review, 00: 1-18; online.

Ndi, F.A. (2019) Land Grabbing, Gender and Access to Land: Implications for Local Food Production and Rural Livelihoods Amongst Affected Communities in South West Cameroon. Canadian Journal of African Studies. 53(1), 131-154. DOI:10.1080/00083968.2018.1484296

Ndi, F.A. (2019). Land Grabbing: A Gendered Understanding of Perceptions and Reactions from Affected Communities in Nguti Subdivision of the South West Region of Cameroon. Development Policy Review, Vol 37, Issue 3, p.348-366, DOI: 10.1111/dpr.12351

Batterbury S.P.J., and F.A. Ndi (2018). Land Grabbing in Africa. In Binns J.A., K. Lynch and E. Nels (Eds). Handbook of African Development. London. Routledge, p. 573-582.

Wanki, J.E., and F.A. Ndi. (2019) Land Grabbing in South-western Cameroon: Deconstructing the Complexity of Local Responses. In Fonjong. L. ed. Natural Resource Endowment and the Fallacy of Development in Cameroon. Langaa Publishers.

Ndi, F.A. (2017). Land Grabbing, Local Contestation and the Struggle for Economic Gain: Insights from Nguti village, South West Cameroon, SAGE Open, p. 1-14.

Ndi, F.A., and Batterbury, S. (2017). Land Grabbing and the Axis of Political Conflicts: Insights from South West Cameroon, Africa Spectrum, 52(1), p. 33-63. https://journals.sub.unihamburg. de/giga/afsp/article/view/1020


Ndi, F.A. (2017). Land Governance and Poverty, World Bank, Washington DC. March 2017




Postdoctoral Researcher in the Future Rural Africa research project


Örebro University, Sweden, Postdoctoral Researcher
2014– 2018 University of Melbourne – Australia - PhD in Human Geography,
Doctoral Thesis titled ‘Behind the Scenes of Land Grabbing: Conflict, Competition, and the Gendered Implications for Local Food Production and Rural Livelihoods in Cameroon’.
2011– 2013 Ghent University – Belgium – International MSc in Rural Development
2009– 2010 Linnaeus University – Sweden - MSc Peace and Development Studies
2002– 2005 University of Buea – Cameroon - BSc Sociology and Anthropology