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Frankline Ndi

Title: Researcher School/office: School of Humanities, Education and Social Sciences


Phone: +46 19 303000

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About Frankline Ndi

Frankline A. Ndi is currently a Postdoctoral Fellow at Örebro University, Sweden. He holds a PhD in Human Geography from the University of Melbourne, Australia; an International MSc in Rural Development (Ghent University, Belgium); an MSc in Peace and Development Studies (Linnaeus University, Sweden); and a BSc in Sociology and Anthropology (University of Buea, Cameroon). Frankline has experience teaching courses in human geography and development studies. His research interests include food security; agricultural development; rural livelihoods; conservation and development projects; and environmental policies, politics, and conflicts.

Continental focus: Africa


Articles in journals |  Books |  Chapters in books |  Doctoral theses, monographs | 

Articles in journals

Ndi, F. , Batterbury, S. & Wanki, J. E. (2021). Corporate Land Acquisitions at the Intersection of Lineage and Patronage Networks in Cameroon. Journal of Modern African Studies, 59 (3), 319-341.
Ndi, F. & Batterbury, S. (2017). Land Grabbing and the Axis of Political Conflicts: Insights from Southwest Cameroon. Africa Spectrum, 52 (1), 33-63.


Chapters in books

Wanki, J. E. & Ndi, F. (2019). Land Grabbing in South-western Cameroon: Deconstructing the Complexity of Local Responses. In: Lotsmart Fonjong, Natural resource endowment and the fallacy of development in Cameroon (pp. 111-146). Bamenda: Langaa RPCIG.
Batterbury, S. & Ndi, F. (2018). Land-grabbing in Africa. In: Tony Binns, Kennth Lynch, Etienne Nel, The Routledge handbook of African development (pp. 573-582). London: Routledge.

Doctoral theses, monographs