This series is designed to encourage a study of the complex issues of land management in an international context and to emphasise the multi-disciplinary nature of land management. The key areas for the series will range widely from the concepts of environmental issues of sustainable land development, the acquisition of data, methodologies and a comparative analysis of current practices, the management of land information systems, land conservation, aspects concerning the regulation and legislation of land management, to human and social issues of land management.
By Erik Stubkjaer, Heiner Stuckenschmidt
May 16, 2017
Due to differences in the legal systems and business environments, it is difficult to compare the process of buying and selling land in different European countries. Illustrated by a range of European case studies, this book identifies and discusses the problems of this and similar comparisons. It...
By Mark Deakin, Robert Dixon-Gough
August 26, 2016
Illustrated with empirical case studies from Europe, Africa and North America, this book provides an overview of the wide range of innovative methodologies, models and instruments currently being applied in the formation of and implementation of land management strategies. It examines techniques ...
By Henri A.L. Dekker
October 19, 2016
During the past two decades, there has been a resurgence of interest in issues of land reform in developing and transitional countries. This has been initiated by the large-scale re-distributive activities in former communist countries and by the growing number of claims by displaced indigenous ...