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  • Dividing the land: early American beginnings of our private property mosaic
  • Historical geography ; Land ; Landed estate ; Private property ; Settlement ; United States of America
  • Historical geography of land division in the eastern and southern USA, distinguishing patterns in New England, South Atlantic, Middle Atlantic, Louisiana and Texas. The general ideas of property ownership and division were European, but the specific
  • Regional developement of Russian private farms: a comment
  • Agrarian reform ; Farm ; Farm size ; Private property ; Privatisation ; Russia
  • Integrated natural resource management―A question of property institutions?
  • Environment ; Environmental conservation ; Natural resources ; Private property ; Property right ; Resource management ; Society-environment relationship
  • and evaluates several kinds of property. The common system fosters an integrated approach, which is less likely to emerge under state or private property regimes.
  • Integrated management, as a process which extends across resource disciplines and sectors, has been difficult to achieve, because property institutions appear to be of foremost influence. The A. draws upon a field study in a Canadian Inuit society
  • Housing ; Housing market ; Housing policy ; Landed estate ; Legislation ; Privatisation ; Property right ; Russia ; Saint Petersburg ; Urban construction
  • The government has launched a privatization program with the aim of creating a housing market in place of administrative allocation. The goals of the reformers are narrow, and the reforms yield little and contradictory private-ownership laws. In St
  • Petersburg, a short-lived privatization program collapsed in early 1993. Number of questions are asked: what is behind the privatization program, what forces are pushing for reforms, who opposes them and will privatization relieve the housing crisis?
  • Art, public spaces, and private property along the streets of New Orleans
  • Activism ; Art ; Cultural studies ; Louisiana ; New Orleans ; Private property ; Public space ; Street ; United States of America ; Urban area
  • , the discussion intensified about the merits of street art as well as commentary on and re-flection of a city facing systemic decline and property abandonment. Street artists, anti-graffiti ac-tivists, and property owners negotiated local private property
  • by placing, removing and retaining graffiti, and both locals and those with no New Orleans attachments had influence. The controversy illustrates how private property functions as a public institution in addition to a system of private ownership.
  • This article investigates how and why a street art controversy that emerged in post-Katrina New Orleans was transformed from a dispute over property transgressions to a broader struggle over the meanings of art amidst the city’s devastated condition
  • Making markets : think tank, legislation and private property in Detroit
  • Detroit city ; Foreclosure ; Land ; Land market ; Legislation ; Michigan ; Neo liberalism ; Owner-occupier ; Private property ; United States of America ; Urban policy ; Urban renewal
  • tanks seeking to reinvogorate the market for private property while using homeownership for neighborhood stabilization. It explains the trajectory of these policies of market fundamentalism and indicates that this approach involves a revitalization
  • The transition of Czech agriculture of 1990s systematic changes is defined. The following processes are analysed: 1/ Restitution - return of property to the original owners (or to their heirs), 2/ Transformation - property transfer from
  • the cooperatives to private subjects, 3/ Privatisation - denationalisation and privatisation of the former state farms. A detailed case study of the privatization of Žihle State Fram (West Bohemia). - (MS)
  • Squatting and private property rights
  • Beyond housing classes: The sociological significance of private property rights in mean of consumption
  • Interdependencies and reciprocity of private and common property resources in the central Karakorum
  • The production of private space and its implications for urban social relations
  • Arizona ; Private property ; Private space ; Public space ; Social control ; Societal relations ; United States of America ; Urban area ; Urban society
  • Land development in the United Kingdom : private property rights and public policy objectives
  • Externalities ; Land ; Land development ; Land use ; Planning ; Private property ; Property right ; Public policy ; United Kingdom
  • Uninterrupted views : real-estate advertising and changing perspectives on coastal property in New Zealand
  • Coastal environment ; Landscape ; New Zealand ; Publicity ; Real estate development ; Real estate property
  • of the coastline. Views from private property over the coast are often prioritized in advertising, while the coast itself is typically portrayed as devoid of people.
  • The paper considers the landscape of coastal property through the lens of real-estate advertising. In analysing a sample of 236 newspaper advertisements, it connects representations of coastal housing to broader concerns about the development
  • Legal strategies to optimise conservation of natural ecosystems by private landowners - economic incentives
  • Discusses pros and cons of property tax rebates, income tax deductions and subsidies as material incentives for private landowners to conserve high priority natural ecosystems. Subsidies are favoured because they can be allocated more specifically
  • The rebound of private zoning : property rights and local governance in urban land use
  • Behaviour ; Land ; Land use ; Private sector ; Property right ; Real estate development ; Town ; Transaction cost ; Zoning
  • The virtues of location : do property rights « trump » workers' rights to self-organization?
  • Conflict ; Labour ; Laws ; Private property ; Property right ; Trade dispute ; Trade-union
  • Ideology, property, and groundwater ressources. An exploration of relations
  • Concept ; Ground water ; Ideology ; Laws ; New Mexico ; Private property ; Property right ; Texas ; United States ; Water resources
  • Agriculture ; Privatisation ; Property right ; Rural area ; Rural population ; State farm ; Ukraine
  • for the creation of smaller private farms. What are the implications of these new property rights for rural populations ? And what are their repercussions for sustainable development in Ukraine ? - (IfL)
  • and state farms and privatize agricultural land. The transformation of collective and state farms in Ukraine involved two steps : the reorganization of collectives to create private forms of ownership and management ; and the allotment of land
  • Fixed assets or sunk costs ? An examination of retailers' land and property investment in the United Kingdom
  • Department store ; Economic cost ; Economic strategy ; Investment ; Location choice ; Real estate property ; Retail trade ; United Kingdom
  • The policy of leading multiple retailers with regard to property development, ownership, and investment is examined. The discussion is set in the context of recent work in which locational decisions and corporate strategy are related to the economic
  • concept of sunk costs. Policies to separate property ownership and management from the mainstream retail trading function appear to have been successfull, but some companies have lost money through overambitious programmes of property development. Sunk
  • costs are of less significance than in other types of private enterprise.
  • Indigenous political and property rights and economic/environmental reform in northwest Siberia
  • Asian part of Russia ; Economic reform ; Energy resources ; Environmental conservation ; Minority ; Natural gas ; Property right ; Regional economy ; West Siberia
  • construction are disrupting operations based on seasonal migration within sovhhozy. Several variants for the transfer of land rights from state farm ownership to private entities.