Sam Moyo is the Executive Director of the African Institute for Agrarian Studies based in Harare, Zimbabwe. He has more than 25 years of research experience on rural development issues with a focus on land and natural resources management, civil society organizations, and capacity building and institutional development. He has been involved in several publications, including The Land Question in Zimbabwe, Land Reform Under Structural Adjustment in Zimbabwe, and African Land Questions, the State and Agrarian Transition.
Kojo Amanor is an Associate Professor at the Institute of African Studies, University of Ghana. His main research is on land, forestry, environmental management, and rural livelihoods. His publications include The New Frontier: Farmers responses to land degradation, Global restructuring and land rights in Ghana; Land labour and the Family in Southern Ghana. He is also co-editor of Cultivating Knowledge: Genetic diversity, farmer experimentation and crop research.