Advances in Responsible Land Administration challenges conventional forms of land administration by introducing alternative approaches and provides the basis for a new land administration theory. A compilation of observations about responsible land administration in East Africa, it focuses on a new empirical foundation rather than preexisting ideals. Presenting practical knowledge resulting from real cases, it incorporates empirical studies highlighting Rwanda, Ethiopia, Tanzania, Uganda, and Kenya.
The book considers contemporary change forces that include responsible technological innovation, post-conflict contexts, rural poverty, rapid urbanization, food security, and citizen participation. It covers land information system design, innovative data capture tools and techniques, and algorithms and approaches to support land consolidation and pastoralist land administration. The book also evaluates the outcomes of approaches specifically geared toward workflow design, land use changes, land tenure perceptions, conflict reduction, and governance measures.
Outlining key aspects of what fit for purpose land administration looks like, this book presents:
Advances in Responsible Land Administration is an up-to-date discourse thatpromotes the theoretical notion of responsible land administration. The book highlights real cases, provides real data, and introduces novel alternatives to conventional methodologies in land administration. Using the information in this book, you can develop a coherent th
Toward Responsible Land Administration. Pro-Poor Land Administration. Land Administration for Food Security. Urbanization, Land Administration, and Good-Enough Governance. Land Administration for Post-Conflict Contexts. Land Administration Crowds, Clouds and the State. Point Cadastre. Digital Pen Method. Accelerated Land Administration Updates. Toward Fit-for-Purpose Land Consolidation. Dynamic Nomadic Cadastres. Land Administration Impacts on Land Use Change. Environmental Protection via Land Administration. Displacement and Land Administration. Social Tenure Domain Model: An Emerging Land Governance Tool. Future Directions in Responsible Land Administration.