Description
Summary:Bringing together case studies from Europe, Africa, North and South America, this book examines the current situation regarding the role of the individual and the state in land development. By examining a range of issues related to land reform, land development and land management, it provides a unique reflection of the state of research and stresses the implementation of sustainable processes of land development as an integrated principle of land management. The book is divided into three main section, as well as a contextual introduction and concluding chapter. The first section focusses on land reform and concentrates on recent developments that have taken place in transition economies and addresses issues of the rights of the land users, together with contested land rights in South America. Part Two addresses a number of issues relating to sustainability and land development, ranging from emerging land markets, environmental issues, through to natural resource development. Finally, the third part provides practical case studies of the application of land reform and land development to land management.
Physical Description:1 online resource (vi, 187 pages) : illustrations, maps, plans
Bibliography:Includes bibliographical references and index.
ISBN:9780754680116
0754680118
9780754635130
0754635139
1351145460
9781351145466
1281096512
9781281096517
9786611096519
6611096515
Language:English.
Source of Description, Etc. Note:Print version record.