Land tenure, industrialization and social stability experience and prospects in Asia. by Walter Froehlich

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Part 2: Land Tenure 62 I. Overview I. Overview Simply put, land tenure is the way in which people have access to and use land and natural resources.

A more detailed definition describes land tenure as “the institutional (political, economic, social, and legal) structure that determines (1) how individuals and groups secure access to land and.

Lack of Land Tenure Security as Challenges to Sustainable Development: An Assessment in the Context of Bihar, India: /ch Tenural security towards land has far-reaching and long lasting socio-economic implications.

Secured tenural right over land found as influencing factor inAuthor: Debabrata Samanta. This book, like others in the series, does not seek to be exhaustive but rather Land tenure is also important in rural development interventions that use a rights-based approach to programming.

Such programming should ensure social networks that are built up within a specific social and cultural group Land tenure and rural development. Various forms of land tenure influence the stability of the rural sector. If large numbers of farmers have only temporary access to land (through short-term sharecropping agreements, for example), social problems are Land tenure to be severe.

The /74 Agricultural Census indicates that percent of all holdings were "owned or held in ownerlike. The land reform programme will have three major strategic objectives. First is to achieve political stability, second is establishing a broader base for economic growth, and third is the need for social integration.

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Land tenure is an important part of social, political and economic structures. It is multi-dimensional, bringing into play social, technical, economic, industrialization and social stability book, legal and political aspects that are often ignored but must be taken into account.

Land tenure relationships may be well-defined and enforceable in a formal court of law or. Land tenure refers to the possession or holding (tenere=to hold, Latin) of the many rights and responsibilities associated with a parcel of rights may include the right of access to the land, the right to control products from the land (e.g., trees), the right of succession, the right of transfer and the right to determine changes in land use.

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holdings in the East. " T.F. Marburg, "Land Tenure Institutions and the Development of Western Society," in Walter Froehlich (ed), Land Tenure, Industrialization and Social Stability, Marquette Uni-versity Press, Milwaukee 3, Wisconsin,p. 2 The definitive treatment of the impact of Jeffersonian thought.

development, gender equality, social stability and sustainable resource use. When land is poorly managed, the associated problems often lead to disputes, land degradation and lost socio-economic development opportunities.

Secure land tenure and property rights can exist in a variety of forms. Secure tenure is, in part, a matter of perception and. The book does not deal with the recent violent conflict but is dedicated rather to the highland peasants of the Amhara Region; its aim is a critical assessment of peasant land tenure with a view from below, based on the decade-long field research and a specific focus on land rights and inequalities.

The choice of land system is an important issue concerning farmers' livelihood, agricultural development and social stability. For a long time, land tenure/system reform has been put on the priority agenda of system reform in many countries (Pinckney and Kimuyu, ; Smith, ; Green, ; Peters, ; Liu et al., ; Van Leeuwen, “An Economic Development Oriented Land Reform Program for Vietnam,” in Froelich, Walter, ed., Land Tenure, Industrialization and Social Stability: Experience and Prospects in Asia (Milwaukee ), –86; Robequain, C., The Economic Development of.

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Polanyi contends that the modern market economy and the modern nation-state should be understood not as discrete elements but as the single. Shipton, in International Encyclopedia of the Social & Behavioral Sciences, Land tenure, connecting to much-debated issues of human territoriality and sovereignty, can be approached at any level of scale, from domestic to presented in this article, land tenure moves beyond the confines of conventional English legal terms like ‘rights and duties’ and political-economic.

every society. Secure land tenure and property rights (LTPR) are as essential to peace and stability as are rule of law, good governance, and sustainable, economic development. Land tenure. is the institutional (political, economic, social, and legal) structure that determines: • How individuals and groups se-cure access to land and associated.

Land tenure reform has been advocated as an instrument of development in sub-Saharan Africa since before Independence, based on a neoclassical economic model promising greater agricultural productivity as a result of titling. Wu, Yuan-li, "Economic Effects of Land Reform Agricultural Collectivization and Commune System in Communist China, a Preliminary Study." Conference - Land Tenure, Industrialization and Social Stability: Experience and Prospects in Asia, September While China's hybrid rural land tenure system has contributed to agricultural development, it is interwoven with rising farmland loss and social conflicts.

This book examines the linkages between. Secure land tenure, fair access to land and resources and efficient management of land are of fundamental significance for poverty reduction, building peace, applying the rule of law and of security that comprises political, economic, ecological and social stability.

This is because, in the long term, there can only be peace if human rights. The history of English land law can be traced for eons, into Roman times, and through the Early Middle Ages under post-Roman chieftains and Saxon monarchs where, as for most of human history, land was the dominant source of personal wealth.

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Some Soviet leaders considered collective farms a socialist form of land tenure and therefore desirable; but they advocated a gradual transition to them in order to avoid disrupting the agricultural productivity necessary to stimulate industrial growth.

Other leaders favoured rapid industrialization and, consequently, wanted immediate, forced collectivization; they argued not only that the.

The rights of existing residents were validated by facilitating access to legal land tenure and basic physical and social services. In the process, a balance was struck between traditional and contemporary forms of settlement, resulting in reduced costs, increased affordability, and the creation of an effective framework for the self.

SOCIAL, POLITICAL, ECONOMIC and Cultural ISSUES in Philippine History A. AGRARIAN REFORM “When land rights are secure, the cycle of poverty is broken” Agrarian Reform is a redistribution of lands, regardless of crops or fruits produced, to farmers and regular farm workers who are landless, irrespective of tenurial arrangement to include the totality of factors and support services designed.

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Land. Under the broad land question in Ethiopia, this chapter argues that sugar industrialization is accelerating the pace at which villagized Bodi households are integrated into a monetized, capitalist system by making them out-growers and by advancing a more exclusive land tenure system.

The chapter has four parts. The former ownership applies to towns and cities, and the latter one to rural areas (Yeh and Wu, ;Wang and Li, ).

For the state-owned land, land use right can be traded in the market under. nuity between the land-tenure system of late Chosón and the early years of the colonial regime; that the cadastral survey of did not, in itself, transfer land to ethnic Japanese; and that the operation of economic forces is most responsible for land-tenure change during the colonial period.

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