Land Policy: Planning and the Spatial Consequences of Property

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Ashgate Publishing, Ltd., 2012 - Political Science - 276 pages
This volume offers a complete understanding of land policy in the context of land law and land markets, illustrating issues in question with examples from Germany.
 

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Contents

The myths of property meet the comfort of planning
1
Table
7
Table
13
Table
19
Multiple causes uncertain effects
37
Types of plans 3
38
Mountains and rivers in von Thunens world
46
Compliance and success in a Master Slave Governance Game
55
Aspects of land conversion
106
Territorial value
113
The areaperimeterratio and territorial value
119
Ten tendencies of territoriality
125
Existence value
131
A review of property in land
137
Functions of private and common property relations
143
Four types of economic goods
149

She told ya fun names
59
Monorational urban renewal policies
64
Design principles for common pool resource CPR institutions
81
Many the uses of land
82
Monorational types of restricted and shared uses of land
87
Land values
89
Present value factors for capitalizing regular payments
99
Use value
102
Hohfelds eight fundamental legal conceptions
158
Property and the politics of belonging
177
Inclusionexclusion and shared usesrestricted uses
180
Acronyms of exclusion
192
Polyrational policymaking
201
design principles for land policy
246
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Benjamin Davy is Professor of Land Policy, Land Management, and Municipal Geoinformation at TU Dortmund University, Germany

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