Spot On | Andrew Haxby – Landownership, kinship and finance in Kathmandu
Andrew Haxby talks about landownership, kinship and finance in Kathmandu. He began his research 2015, three months before Nepal was hit by a massive earthquake which led to a lot of questions on earthquake reconstruction folding into his former research interests. Including these he is emphasizing on the juncture between families/communities and formal institutions and their understanding of landownership. Furthermore, he focuses in topic of markets and how they are intertwined in social relations.