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  1. Library Resource
    Enero, 2006
    Sudáfrica, África subsahariana

    The need for large-scale land redistribution in Southern Africa is undisputed. In order to redress centuries of dispossession, this highly complex process has the potential to encourage economic growth and poverty reduction. Based on a 2004 conference in Cape Town, this publication details the major themes in the de-racialisation of land ownership in South Africa.The book covers the work of ten key voices on the issue of land reform both regionally and in South Africa. The first section of the book establishes a historical, theoretical and comparative context for the South African debate.

  2. Library Resource
    Enero, 2002
    África subsahariana

    In Accra, as in other cities where rural-to- urban migration has added to the pressure on land, methods for the management and storage of land registry data are inadequate. How can land administration processes be automated through the introduction of information technology (IT) and Geographic Information Systems (GIS)? What institutional changes must be put in place?

  3. Library Resource
    Enero, 2004
    Indonesia, Ghana, África subsahariana, Asia oriental, Oceanía, Asia meridional

    This article, a summary of the book sharing the same title, examines issues around the allocation of land and education within families.

  4. Library Resource
    Enero, 1999

    What have we learned about land markets in South Asia about land reform, land fragmentation, sharecropping, security of tenure, farm size, land rights, transaction costs, bargaining power, policy distortions, and market imperfections (including those associated with gender)?Faruqee and Carey review the literature on land markets in South Asia to clarify what's known and to highlight unresolved issues. They report that: We have a good understanding of why sharecropping persists and why it can be superior to other standard agricultural contracts.

  5. Library Resource
    Enero, 2003
    Mozambique, África subsahariana

    The analysis of land investment and tenure security usually assumes land scarcity. However, some developing countries have communities with land abundance. This article therefore examines the effects of land abundance for investment and tenure security. The author finds that in contrast to the literature, area farmed is a determinant of investment and tenure security. However, no link exists between investment and tenure security.

  6. Library Resource
    Enero, 2001

    This article discusses the World Bank's efforts to reform land and real estate markets. It argues that World Bank supported efforts at land and real estate reform have had too narrow a technical focus, at the expense of institutional reform.

  7. Library Resource
    Enero, 2005
    Mozambique, África subsahariana

    Assesses the process of land registration in peri-urban areas of Mozambique and its outcomes for poor and marginalised groups. The research finds that there is little awareness of land registration processes on the part of low-income groups. The ‘individual’ registration process is slow and bureaucratic with high transaction costs and corrupt practices on the part of state institutions. Unlike the case of rural land, specific regulations governing the use of urban land are not yet in place.

  8. Library Resource
    Enero, 2005
    Sudáfrica, África subsahariana

    Since 1994, the South African government has embarked on an ambitious land reform programme to redistribute and return land to previously disenfranchised communities. However, many black people lack the knowledge, skills and experience needed to manage their land.

  9. Library Resource
    Enero, 2001
    Tanzania, África subsahariana

    This paper begins by exploring the history of tenure in Tanzania's forests. It states that, while the government has retained ownership of forests centrally; locally, people have used forest resources without restriction. This has led to the over exploitation of many forest resources and a lack of sense of ownership and responsibility among forest communities.The author states that the government plans to transfer management rights for forests while retaining tenure centrally, but that there is confusion over how this division of rights can occur legally.

  10. Library Resource
    Enero, 2008
    Sudáfrica, África subsahariana

    This report details the findings of a round table discussion on land reform and agricultural development in South Africa convened by The Centre for Development and Enterprise (CDE) in October 2007.

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