Land reallocations cause tenure insecurity and an underinvestment in land. Furthermore, women are discriminated in the land allocation process.
Are you sure you want to remove Land property rights and natural resource use from your list? . an analysis of household behavior in rural China.
Are you sure you want to remove Land property rights and natural resource use from your list? Land property rights and natural resource use. by Stephan Piotrowski. Published 2009 by Peter Lang in Frankfurt am Main, New York. Rural Land use, Kleinbauernbetrieb, Landpacht, Land tenure, Rural families, Ländlicher Raum. Development economics and policy - v. 61, Development economics and policy - Bd. 61. Classifications.
The way property rights affect land rental market behaviour is one of the key issues in development economics. In this paper we show the relationship between land use certificates and the compensation landlords receive when they lease out land to their relatives. We find that female-headed households who rent out land to their relatives are less likely to receive a payment (monetary or in-kind)
Household economics analyzes all decisions made by households at both the microeconomic and macroeconomic level.
Household economics analyzes all decisions made by households at both the microeconomic and macroeconomic level. It includes unitary models conceiving of the household as a unified decision-making unit and models recognizing that individual members of multiperson households keep their own preferences and constraints.
Land Property Rights and Natural Resource Us. Economic Analysis of Decentralisation in Rural Ghana. Transition in Vietnam. Institutional and Welfare Aspects of the Provision and Use of Information and Communication Technologies in the Rural Areas of Bangladesh and Peru.
Land Property Rights and Natural Resource Use. The Economics of Gender and the Household in Developing Countries. Performance and Impact of Microfinance. The Impact of Information and Communication Technologies on Farm Households in China. Financial Markets for Small Enterprises in Urban and Rural Northern Thailand.
Property Rights Reform in Rangeland China: Dilemmas On the Road .
Property Rights Reform in Rangeland China: Dilemmas On the Road to the Household Ranch," World Development, Elsevier, vol. 31(12), pages 2129-2142, December. Uchida, Emi & Rozelle, Scott & Jintao, Xu, 2008. The Sloping Land Conversion Program in China: Effect on Rural Households’ Livelihood Diversification," IFRO Working Paper 2014/07, University of Copenhagen, Department of Food and Resource Economics. Zhang, Lei & Heerink, Nico & Dries, Liesbeth & Qu, Futian, 2012. Q24 - Agricultural and Natural Resource Economics; Environmental and Ecological Economics - - Renewable Resources and Conservation - - - Land.
Natural Resource Use Strategies in a Forest-Adjacent Ugandan Village. Household energy economics in rural Ethiopia: A cost-benefit analysis of biogas energy. Renewable Energy, Vol. 48, Issue. Human Ecology, Vol. 37, Issue. Domestic energy-use pattern by the households: A comparison between rural and semi-urban areas of Noakhali in Bangladesh. Energy Policy, Vol. 39, Issue.
Land Property Rights and Natural Resource Use: An Analysis of. .Contents: Land rental markets in developing countries - Agriculture in the North China Plain - Rural land policies in China - Household and village survey - Methodology for the data analysis . More).
Land Property Rights and Natural Resource Use: An Analysis of Household Behavior in Rural China. Efthimia Alexopoulou, Xie He-ping, +13 authors Stephan Piotrowski.
Property rights are theoretical socially-enforced constructs in economics for determining how a resource or economic good is used and owned. Resources can be owned by (and hence be the property of) individuals, associations, collectives, or governments. Property rights can be viewed as an attribute of an economic good. This attribute has four broad components and is often referred to as a bundle of rights: the right to use the good. the right to earn income from the good.
Natural resource utilization, pollution, and other environmental considerations have become critical to the possibilities of long-run economic growth and by extension sustainable development. The effect of natural resources on society is as old as human activities as the environment inserts itself between nature and society. Economic activities (production, exchange, and consumption) generate environmental problems while the depletion of scarce renewable and nonrenewable natural resources raise concerns about the sustainability of economic rents from the exploitation of natural resources.