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Publicação revisada por pares
Janeiro 2021
Nepal

After the political change in Nepal of 1951, leapfrog land policy improvements have been recorded, however, the land reform initiatives have been short of full success. Despite a land administration system based on cadaster and land registries in place, 25% of the arable land with an estimated 10 million spatial units on the ground are informally occupied and are off-register.

Publicação revisada por pares
Janeiro 2021
África do Sul

The ability of farmers to operate redistributed farms in a profitable and sustainable manner is crucial for both successful integration into agricultural value chains and sustainable production systems.

Importer-Journal-Contemporary-Urban-Affairs
Artigos e Livros
Janeiro 2021
Global

Since the 1960s new town developments within large metropolises have been widely adopted to decongest the city centres especially in Asian cities This paper provides a brief account of the liveability dimensions of two new townships developed in large metropolitan areas Senri New Town in Osaka and Purbachal New Town in Dhaka The study primarily draws on master plans of the two developments to i

Publicação revisada por pares
Janeiro 2021
Global

Infield systems originated during the early Iron Age and existed until the 19th century, although passing many transitions and changes. The core features of infield systems were enclosed infields with hay-meadows and crop fields, and unenclosed outland mainly used for livestock grazing.

Importer-Journal-Contemporary-Urban-Affairs
Artigos e Livros
Janeiro 2021
Global

Participation in decisionmaking processes foreshadows enabling citizens communities nongovernmental organizations and other interested parties to influence the formulation of policies and laws affecting them The purpose of this study is not only to review Lithuanian legal documents but also to analyse recent processes in Kaunas city planning Kaunas city is undergoing various urban processes whi

Publicação revisada por pares
Janeiro 2021
China

With the continued development of the economy, the income gap among Chinese rural households continues to widen. The land system plays a decisive role in developing “agriculture, rural areas and farmers” and land circulation is a factor in the increase in income inequality among farm households.

Publicação revisada por pares
Janeiro 2021
Global

While there is no universal right to land enshrined in existing human rights treaties, access to land is intrinsically linked to the achievement of human rights. For example, the right to food, adequate housing, property and equality and non-discrimination are of special concern for smallholder farmers, pastoralists, women, and other marginalized groups.

Publicação revisada por pares
Janeiro 2021
China

As China entered marketization in the late 1980s, it soon established a market economy system and implemented tax-sharing reforms. Driven by the marketization, local governments have rapidly developed the economy under the pressure of fiscal competition caused by the reform of the tax-sharing system.

Publicação revisada por pares
Janeiro 2021
Malawi

Ordinary Malawians who live in customary land have been suffering from land grabbing due to their weak and ill-defined land rights. Although Malawi has experienced a number of land reforms that should have contributed to strengthening customary land rights, many people in customary land still suffer from land grabbing.

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