Originally published in 1962, Land Economics Research brings together papers presented at a symposium in Nebraska in 1961 which deal with ideas, theories and suggestions in land economics to encourage problem-solving in American land issues. This report draws on all types of land, all situations and all economics problems related to land issues. This title will be of interest to students of Environmental Studies and Economics as well as professionals.
Table of Contents
Preface; Part 1: Scope, Problems, and Objectives; 1. Future Land Use and Tenure problems Requiring Research 2. Scope, Content, and Orientation of Rural Land Economics 3. Objectives of Land Economics Research 4. Land Economics Research for Urban and Regional Planning 5. Better Utilization of Results of Land Economics Research 6. Land Economics Research for World Agricultural Development; Part 2: Theoretical Considerations; 7. Relevance of Production Theory 8. Land and Rent in Welfare Economics 9. The Contribution of Institutional Economics Analysis to Land problems Research 10. Synthesis and Differentiation of Economic Theories; Part 3: Procedural Framework; 11. Interdisciplinary Approached to Land Economics Research 12. Selection of Analytical Procedures 13. Steps in Carrying out Formal Research Projects; Part 4: Program and Organization; 14. A Program of Land Economics Research for the Next Decade 15. Organization and Administration for Effective Research in Land