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Access to land, rural poverty, and public action

Access to land, rural poverty, and public action

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Published by Oxford University Press in Oxford, New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Land use, Rural -- Developing countries,
  • Land reform -- Developing countries,
  • Land tenure -- Developing countries,
  • Rural poor -- Developing countries,
  • Rural development -- Developing countries

  • Edition Notes

    Statementedited by Alain de Janvry ... [et al.].
    SeriesWIDER studies in development economics, Studies in development economics
    ContributionsDe Janvry, Alain., World Institute for Development Economics Research.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHD1131 .A25 2001
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxiii, 451 p. :
    Number of Pages451
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17917769M
    ISBN 100199242178
    LC Control Number00050426

    show that poverty is strongly associated with landlessness and insecure access to land. In India, over 30 per cent of the landless and near-landless (with less than ha of rural land) live in. This study analyses the links between land access and poverty reduction, and highlights lessons from recent policy, law and practice to improve land access for poorer groups in different parts of the world. It reviews land access issues in Africa, Latin America and Asia, focusing on access to rural land in those three regions, while alsoFile Size: KB.

      Rural Poverty in the United States provides the most comprehensive analysis in decades of living conditions among poor people in rural America. It is a superb example of ‘actionable social science.’ -- Tom Rudel, Rutgers University This edited volume presents a comprehensive, multidisciplinary analysis of rural poverty in the USBrand: Columbia University Press. Chapter 15 – Rural Poverty 69 and human assets, and access to complementary assets (for example, research and extension with credit). A key priority is to ensure a minimum level of human and physical assets for the rural poor, which is necessary to access the economic information, markets and services to allow pro-∑ ∑ ” ∑ ∑ ∑File Size: KB.

    This discourse attempts to link Land Reform and rural development to poverty alleviation. This is done by reviewing literature on land reform and rural development, analysing the case of Tarlton land Redistribution project and recommendations on the best practice for poverty alleviation through an integrated approach towards land reform and. Poverty relief programs are shaped by politics. The particular design which social programs take is to a large extent determined by the existing institutional constraints and politicians' imperative to win elections. The Political Logic of Poverty Relief places elections and institutional design at the core of poverty Cited by:


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This book broadens the analysis of alternative options beyond state-led redistributions to consider channels of access such as inheritance and inter-vivos transfers, intra-household and intra-community land allocations, community titling of open access resources, the break up of common property resources and the individualization of rights, decollectivization, land markets, and land rental : $ Access to Land, Rural Poverty, and Public Action Edited by Alain de Janvry, Gustavo Gordillo, Jean-Philippe Platteau, and Elisabeth Sadoulet WIDER Studies in Development Economics.

Offers a set of guidelines for policy makers and international development agencies regarding how to. Book. Access to Land, Rural Poverty, and Public Action Edited by Alain de Janvry, Gustavo Gordillo, Elisabeth Sadoulet and Jean-Philippe Platteau.

Get this from a library. Access to land, rural poverty, and public action. [Alain De Janvry; World Institute for Development Economics Research.;] -- There are many channels of access to land and each of these affects how land is used.

This book analyzes each of these channels of access to land, and recommends ways of making them more effective. Book: Access to land, rural poverty, and public action pp pp. Abstract: Different mechanisms of access to land are described and policies aimed at making them more effective for poverty poverty Subject Category: Miscellaneous.

Access to land, rural poverty, and public action. [Alain De Janvry;] -- There are many channels of access to land and each of these affects how land is used. This book analyzes each of these channels Access to land access to land, and recommends ways of making them more effective.

Access to Land, Rural Poverty, and Public Action Land is a fundamental productive asset in agrarian economies. The rules that codify access to land and the way jurisdiction over land is distributed among members of a community have a powerful influence over how efficiently land is used, the incidence of poverty, and the level of inequality in the community.

Access to land, rural poverty and public action: Edited by Alain de Janvry, Gustavo Gordillo, Jean-Philippe Platteau, and Elisabeth Sadoulet. Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. xiii, Author: Lee J. Alston. Land, Poverty and Livelihoods in an Era of Globalization book. land and poverty: implications for public action.

and difference between country case studies and that demonstrates how complex social relationships predicated upon access to and use of land impact on growth, poverty and social exclusion among the rural population.

Cited by: 5. Land Access and Rural Poverty in Nepal Unequal access to land may be the major problem in Nepal which also constrains GDP growth. Nearly one third of all agricultural land is occupied by 7% of households, whereas nearly 20% of households to survive on less than 3% of the total agricultural land (Central Bureau of Statistics-CBS, a).

Access to Land and Land Policy Reforms Alain de Janvry, Jean-Philippe Platteau, Gustavo Gordillo, and EHsabetk Sadoulet 1 2. Impartible Inheritance Versus Equal Division: A Comparative Perspective Centered on Europe and Sub-Saharan Africa Jean-Philippe Platteau.

Access to Land, Rural Poverty, and Public Action by Alain De Janvry,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. Land is a fundamental productive asset in agrarian economies. The rules that codify access to land and the way jurisdiction over land is distributed among members of a community have a powerful influence over how efficiently land is used, the incidence of poverty, and the level of inequality in the community.

The way jurisdiction over land is distributed among members of a community has a powerful influence over how efficiently land is used, the incidence of poverty, and the level of inequality in the community. Yet much land in less developed countries is underutilized and/or misused from a sustainability standpoint: lack of access to land or unfavorable terms of access remain a fundamental cause.

Access to Land, Rural Poverty, and Public Action. Edited by Alain de Janvry (), Gustavo Gordillo, Elisabeth Sadoulet and Jean-Philippe Platteau () in OUP Catalogue from Oxford University Press. Abstract: Land is a fundamental productive asset in agrarian economies. The rules that codify access to land and the way jurisdiction over land is distributed among members of a community have a powerful influence over how efficiently land Cited by: The assault on world poverty: problems of rural development, education and health (English) Abstract.

This book is a part of the Bank's effort to analyze the nature and causes of poverty, to examine ways of alleviating the problem through action in five related fields, and to outline specific programs for bringing the benefits of development to the poorest.

According to the most recent estimates from the American Community Survey (ACS), the nonmetro poverty rate was percent incompared with percent for metro areas.

Nonmetro poverty fell percentage points fromwhen it reached its year peak of percent. That translates to about one million fewer rural residents.

Access to Land and Land Policy Reforms, in de Janvry, A., G. Gordillo, J.P. Platteau, and E. Sadoulet (eds.), Access to Land, Rural Poverty, and Public Action, Oxford Author: Jean-Philippe Platteau, A.

de Janvry, G. Gordillo, E. Sadoulet. The non-white and the working poor were systemically left out of the public library structure, and due to the location of most libraries, rural residents also had limited access.

In an effort to reach those communities, librarian Mary Titcomb created a horse-drawn wagon to haul books to post offices and stores at the beginning of the 20 th.

Browse by Subject Biology; Business and Management Access to Land, Rural Poverty, and Public Action Alain de Janvry, Gustavo Gordillo, Elisabeth Sadoulet, and Jean-Philippe Platteau (eds) Published in print: Published Online: October ISBN: eISBN: Item type: book Publisher: Oxford University Press DOI.

Poverty causes lifelong damage to children’s minds and bodies, turning them into adults who perpetuate the cycle of poverty by transmitting it to their children. This is why poverty reduction must begin with the protection and realization of the human rights of children.

Investments in .Resources. Rural poverty results from inequalities in groups, households and individuals to access resources (such as income, land, inputs, capital, education and public transfer payments), their ability to use these resources, and their ownership of them.The much-publicised distribution of state land is a public relations gimmick.

Most of that land is of low fertility, bad location and difficult access to water and requires much investment and.