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  • The virtues of location : do property rights « trump » workers' rights to self-organization?
  • Conflict ; Labour ; Laws ; Private property ; Property right ; Trade dispute ; Trade-union
  • The right to the city and critical reflections on China's property rights activism
  • Activism ; China ; Guangdong ; Guangzhou ; Labour migration ; Property right ; Right to the city ; Social geography ; Urban development ; Urban policy
  • This paper refers to the perspective of the “right to the city” to examine whose rights count in China's urban development contexts and proposes a cross-class alliance that engages both migrants and local citizens. The alliance itself will have
  • substantial political implications, overcoming the limited level of rights awareness that mainly rests on distributional justice in China. The discussions are supported by an analysis of empirical data from the author's field research in Guangzhou, which
  • Fragmented Brussels and consolidated Amsterdam. A comparative study of the spatial organization of property rights
  • Amsterdam ; Belgium ; Brussels ; Netherlands (The) ; Property right ; Urban area ; Urban development ; Urban dynamics ; Urban growth ; Urban region
  • The central aim of this study is to understand the long-term urban trajectories of the Brussels and Amsterdam urban regions in terms of different spatial organizations of property rights. After a consideration of international comparative urban
  • Cultures of knowledge : investigating intellectual property rights and relations in the Pacific
  • Cultural studies ; Globalization ; Legislation ; Policy ; Property right ; Regulation
  • the development of alternative systems of intellectual property rights protection.
  • 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.
  • Introduction : real rights to the city—cases of property rights changes towards equity in Eastern Asia : Property rights in transition
  • Property rights in transition
  • Acquiring property ; China ; Japan ; Land ; Land policy ; Land reform ; Land tenure ; Property right ; Role of the State ; Town ; Urban policy ; Vietnam
  • The economics of regional property rights in China
  • Allocation ; China ; Economic system ; Economy ; Enterprise ; Factor of production ; Property right ; Protectionism ; Regional policy ; Taxation system
  • The silent articulation of private land rights in Soviet Estonia : a geographical perspective
  • Estonia ; Ideology ; Land ; Land rights ; Landed property ; Landscape ; Landscape dynamics
  • landscape elements as memory-aids. To local inhabitants the landscape provided evidence in support of the idea of legal continuity of pre-Soviet land rights. The post-Soviet land restitution reform implied a re-discovery or re-expression of property rights
  • Drawing on cartographical analyses and interviews made in the rural district of Muhu, the paper demonstrates that people who owned land before the Soviet occupation kept track of the offically annulled pre-Soviet land rights, by relating to inertial
  • Property rights, taxpayer rights, and the multiscalar attack on the state : consequences for regionalism in the United States
  • Oregon ; Property right ; Region ; Regionalism ; Social movement ; State ; Taxation system ; United States of America
  • Squatting and private property rights
  • Rights, property, and community
  • Beyond housing classes: The sociological significance of private property rights in mean of consumption
  • Transitional property rights and local developmental history in China : Property rights in transition
  • Property rights in transition
  • China ; Cultural heritage ; Guangdong ; Guangzhou ; Household ; Housing policy ; Land ; Land policy ; Land reform ; Property right ; Rehousing ; South-Eastern China ; Urban development ; Urbanization
  • Property rights reforms and changing grassroots governance in China’s urban—rural peripheries : the case of Changping district in Beijing : Property rights in transition
  • Property rights in transition
  • Beijing ; China ; Cooperative ; Economic geography ; Governance ; Land ; Land reform ; Land use ; Northern China ; Periurban development ; Property right ; Role of the State ; Urbanization ; Village
  • Evolving property rights in Japan : patterns and logics of change : Property rights in transition
  • Property rights in transition
  • Japan ; Land ; Land management ; Land policy ; Path dependence ; Property right ; Town ; Urban administration ; Urban growth ; Urban planning ; Urbanization
  • Ambiguous property rights : a taxonomic and exploratory account of post-colonial rural housing in Chinese Hong Kong
  • Hong Kong ; Housing ; Housing market ; Land ; Property right ; Real estate market ; Rural area
  • This article examines ambiguous property rights through a taxonomic and exploratory account of post-colonial rural housing in Chinese Hong Kong. The case of indigenous village housing in post-colonial Hong Kong under a mature system of the rule
  • of law is used to demonstrate the ambiguities due to a gap between de jure and de facto property rights that may not degenerate into anarchy due to rational choices made under common law constraints driven ultimately by the land market. The implications
  • of the case study for evaluating ambiguities in property rights in China are also discussed.
  • Spanish colonization and Indian property in Central Mexico, 1521-1620
  • Colonial policy ; Colonization ; Farm ; Farming;Agriculture ; Historical geography ; Landed property;Landed estate ; Mexico ; Settlement ; Sixteenth Century
  • Key participants of the military compaigns were rewarded with rights to the tribute and limited labor conscription (encomienda) required of the indigenous population in a particular district. Legally, encomienda did not confer property rights
  • Integrated natural resource management―A question of property institutions?
  • Environment ; Environmental conservation ; Natural resources ; Private property ; Property right ; Resource management ; Society-environment relationship
  • 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
  • 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.
  • Privatisation and the development of tourism in the Czech Republic and Slovakia : property rights, firm performance, and recombinant property
  • Czech Republic ; Economic efficiency ; Former Czechoslovakia ; Investment ; Market ; Privatisation ; Property right ; Slovak Republic ; Tourism
  • 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