Volume Three: An International Encyclopedia of Land Tenure Relations for the Nations of the World

Author: Belenkiy, Vladimir
Year:2004
Pages:492
ISBN:0-7734-6537-5
978-0-7734-6537-4
Price:279.95
Includes articles on land tenure, land relations, and the regulations of the land market in Austria, Australia, Africa, Bulgaria, Hungary, Great Britain, Germany, Greece, Kazakhstan, Daghestan, Canada, Latin America, Norway, Russia, the United States, Poland, Finland, Estonia, Switzerland, and Rumania. The encyclopedia is presented in both Russian and English, with facing-page translation.

Reviews

“…a unique undertaking, as it puts together versatile information about land use in many countries, thus affording the possibility of comparative analysis. Prominent experts from eleven countries contributed to this edition. The division of the subject matter into three parts encompassing a) general notions and theoretical issues, b) land relations in developed market economies, and c) land relations in transition economies, is reasonable because land use reflects the interest of major economic players and their interactions.” – Gregory Ioffe, Professor of Geography, Radford University

Table of Contents

I. Land Tenure and Land Relations in the Countries of Historically-Formed Developed and Developing Market Economy (conclusion)
• Land Tenure and Land Relations in the African Countries (Alexander Nikiforov)
• Land Tenure and Land Relations in the countries of Latin America (Tatiana Ivleva)
II. Land Tenure and Land Relations with a Transitional Economy
• Land Tenure and Land Relations in Bulgaria (Ivanka Yanakieva)
• Land Tenure and Land Relations in Hungary (Valeria Bashkirova)
• Land Tenure and Land Relations in Kazakhstan (Bakyt Ospanov)
• Land Tenure and Land Relations in Poland (Jerzy Banski)