Table of Contents:
  • Land ownership and personal empowerment : a review of some aspects of current land reforms in the light of the lessons of modern social history
  • Changes in land use and their implications upon coastal regions : the case of Grange-Over-Sands, northwest England
  • Land management, cadastral reform and biodiversity : a New Zealand study
  • The contested territories of Costa Rica : sustainable land management challenges in the neotropics
  • Flood defence and estuary management : a case study of the Blackwater Estuary, Essex, England
  • Characteristics of land-related administrative institutions : what is needed to support equitable and productive land development?
  • Managing informal settlements in Botswana
  • The contribution of foreign assistance to the development of land markets and the strengthening of property rights : the case of USAID
  • Comparative evaluation of purchase and subdivision processes in Denmark, England and Wales, and Belarus
  • The role of land consolidation and land readjustment in modern society
  • Land tenure reform in Scotland.