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  • Capitalized property taxes and the viability of rural enterprise subject to urban pressure
  • Contemporary rural geographies : land, property and resources in Britain. Essays in honour of Richard Munton
  • Exploitation agricole ; Foncier ; Great Britain ; Géographie rurale ; Intensification agricole ; Mutation rurale ; Politique agricole ; Propriété foncière ; Protection de la nature ; Royaume-Uni
  • Agricultural intensification ; Agricultural policy ; Farm ; Great Britain ; Land ; Landed estate ; Nature conservation ; Rural change ; Rural geography ; United Kingdom
  • The first four chapters adopt a time perspective to explore : the distinctive character of rural geography in Britain, the rise of productivist farming, conceptualizing agricultural change, and the evolution of landownership and property rights
  • . The next cluster traces essential connections in rural geography : earth and life, nature and culture, agendas for nature conservation, and the gap between policy and action for sustainable development. The next group of chapters covers policy-related
  • issues associated with agricultural change, tenant farmers and the CAP, and diversification of farms and rural areas. The last chapter traces the influential career of Richard Munton, one of Britain's most important rural and environmental geographers
  • Agricultural hydrology ; Countryside ; Irrigation ; Land tenure system ; Land;Real estate ; Landed property;Landed estate ; Rural change ; Rural planning ; Rural property ; Tunisia
  • Aménagement rural ; Campagne ; Foncier ; Hydraulique agricole ; Irrigation ; Mutation rurale ; Propriété foncière ; Propriété rurale ; Structure foncière ; Tunisie
  • les contradictions de l'aménagement de l'espace rural.
  • Propriété rurale en Cantabria dans les années 30, d'après le Registre de la Propriété soumise à expropriation
  • Cantabria ; Rural geography ; Rural history ; Rural property ; Spain ; Twentieth Century
  • Cantabria ; Espagne ; Géographie rurale ; Histoire rurale ; Propriété rurale ; Siècle 20
  • Agricultural policy ; Agriculture ; German Democratic Republic ; Germany ; Planning ; Rural development ; Rural property ; Socialism
  • Agriculture ; Allemagne ; Allemagne RDA ; Développement rural ; Planification ; Politique agricole ; Propriété rurale ; Socialisme
  • Housing conflict and domestic property classes in rural Wales
  • Changement social ; Conflit ; Espace rural ; Logement ; Marché du logement ; Occupation du logement ; Royaume-Uni ; Société rurale ; Typologie ; Wales
  • Conflict ; Housing ; Housing market ; Housing occupance ; Rural area ; Rural society ; Social change ; Typology ; United Kingdom ; Wales
  • The A. examines a theoretical approach by introducing Weberian housing theory into rural housing research. He explores Saunders's notion of domestic property classes in a rural context and those conflicts surrounding additional housing development
  • Agrarian structure ; Alava ; Collective goods ; Land tenure ; Middle mountain ; Mountain economy ; Property right ; Rural community ; Rural economy ; Rural history ; Rural landscape ; Rural society ; Spain
  • Alava ; Bien collectif ; Communauté rurale ; Droit de propriété ; Economie de montagne ; Economie rurale ; Espagne ; Histoire rurale ; Moyenne montagne ; Paysage rural ; País Vasco ; Régime foncier ; Société rurale ; Structure agraire
  • Agricultural production ; Agriculture ; Czech Republic ; Regional disparities ; Rural property
  • Agriculture ; Disparités régionales ; Décollectivisation ; Production agricole ; Propriété rurale ; Tchèque, république
  • Two main trends characterize the Czech agriculture in the ninetees: 1) decrease of production and the fact that a half of farmers has left agriculture ; 2) transformation of holder relations with the view to property restitution to persons that lost
  • Regional and local responses to restructuring in peripheral rural areas in Finland
  • Economic restructuring ; Finland ; Landed property;Landed estate ; Local economy ; Peripheral region ; Regional development ; Rural area ; Rural economy ; Welfare state
  • Développement régional ; Economie locale ; Economie rurale ; Espace rural ; Etat providence ; Finlande ; Propriété foncière ; Restructuration économique ; Région périphérique
  • Rural development is described as a series of historical layers of economic development and policies. Since 1945 there have been three successive national policy projects in Finland, with different rural impacts : the settlement project; the project
  • of the industrial welfare state; and the emerging project of « new rural policy ». The paper focuses on the two periods of transformation from one project to the next.
  • 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
  • Droit de facto ; Droit de jure ; Droit de propriété ; Espace rural ; Foncier ; Hong Kong ; Logement ; Marché du logement ; Marché immobilier
  • Bienes raíces ; Derecho de propiedad ; Espacio rural ; Hong Kong ; Mercado de la vivienda ; Mercado inmobiliario ; Vivienda
  • 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.
  • The historic role of the forest community in sustaining the Black Hills National Forest as a complex common property multiple use resource
  • Communauté rurale ; Environnement ; Etats-Unis ; Forêt ; Gestion des ressources ; Mine ; Protection de la nature ; South Dakota ; Wyoming
  • Environment ; Forest ; Mine ; Nature conservation ; Resource management ; Rural community ; South Dakota ; United States of America ; Wyoming
  • A common property resource must be defined, and throughout the history of the Black Hills National Forest (1898 forward), there has been a community of people interested in defining and redefining it as a resource. Four historical periods
  • Property rights and rural resource management : the case of tree crops in West Africa in Systèmes de production agricole en Afrique tropicale.
  • Afrique ; Afrique de l'Ouest ; Arbre ; Culture arbustive ; Economie rurale ; Femme ; Foncier ; Gestion des ressources ; Géographie de l'Afrique ; Migration ; Métayage ; Plantation ; Propriété rurale ; Salarié agricole
  • Landowners, property ownership and the rural locality
  • Campagne ; Capitalisme ; Changement social ; Classe sociale ; Conflit ; Division du travail ; Foncier ; Géographie humaine ; Industrialisation ; Production agricole ; Propriété foncière ; Royaume-Uni ; Siècle 19 ; Siècle 20 ; Société rurale
  • Les changements sociaux en termes de relations à la propriété dans l'Angleterre rurale des 19 et 20 siècles. Comment les nouvelles stratégies d'accumulation capitaliste dans les divers secteurs d'activité ont conduit à l'émergence de conflits
  • Conflict ; Countryside ; Cultural landscape ; Discourse ; Ireland ; Irish Rural Dwellers Association (IRDA) ; National identity ; Post-colonialism ; Private property ; Rural settlement ; Rurality ; contested landscapes ; postcolonial ; rural housing
  • Campagne ; Conflit ; Discours ; Habitat rural ; Identité nationale ; Irlande ; Paysage culturel ; Post-colonialisme ; Propriété privée ; Ruralité
  • Campo ; Conflicto ; Discurso ; Identidad nacional ; Irlanda ; Paisaje cultural ; Poscolonialismo ; Propiedad privada ; Ruralidad ; Vivienda rural
  • The paper explores how collective memories of place have framed contemporary planning conflicts in a rural arena. It charts the emergence of the Irish Rural Dwellers Association (IRDA) as a vocal campaigner for private property rights and a laissez
  • the authenticity of this policy narrative and addresses the validity of self-acclaimed knowledge within the landscape and rural policy arena.
  • Establishing a spatial grouping base for surface soil properties along urban-rural gradient. A case study in Nanjing, China
  • China ; Cluster analysis ; Jiangsu ; Land use ; Soil properties ; Spatial analysis ; Urbanization ; Vegetation
  • The aim of this study was to determine the most sensitive grouping system in depicting and explaining variations of soil attributes around an urban area, in Nanjing. Grouping methods, including urban-rural division, in situ vegetation type, land use
  • types in different scales and numerical clustering, were compared for both single soil attributes and soil set defined by multiple variables. The result shows urbanization has a strong impact on many soil properties, especially that of gravel content
  • Rural transformation in Ukraine : a sustainable model ?
  • Agriculture ; Agriculture collective ; Agriculture commerciale ; Développement durable ; Economie ; Espace rural ; Population rurale ; Ukraine
  • Agriculture ; Collective farming ; Commercial agriculture ; Economy ; Rural area ; Rural population ; Sustainable development ; Ukraine
  • and state farms and privatize agricultural land. What are the implications of these new property rights for rural populations ? And what are their repercussions for sustainable development in Ukraine ? - (IfL)
  • Danube ; Habitat rural ; Hongrie ; Peuplement rural ; Vallée ; Village
  • Danube ; Hungary ; Rural settlement ; Valley ; Village
  • Although medium-size and large villages are among the typical forms of settlement in the Great Plain, they have received little attention in settlement studies. An outline is provided on the development and main properties of this settlement studies
  • . An outline is provided on the development and main properties of this settlement network and special attention is given to the morphological features of these settlements. - (JS)
  • . . . Silver in the stars and gold in the morning sun : non-farm rural landowners’ motivations for rural living and attachment to their land
  • Canada ; Enquiry ; Landed property ; Motivation ; North America ; Place ; Preference ; Residential choice ; Rural area ; Rural landscape ; United States of America
  • Amérique du Nord ; Canada ; Choix de l'habitat ; Enquête ; Espace rural ; Etats-Unis ; Lieu ; Motivation ; Paysage rural ; Propriété foncière ; Préférence
  • Encuesta ; Espacio rural ; Lugar ; Motivación ; Paisaje rural ; Preferencia ; Propiedad fundaria ; Selección de la vivienda
  • In order to understand how the growing non-farm rural landowner population will influence the rural landscape, this research explored the motivations of non-farm rural landowners for living in rural areas, and their perceptions of their property
  • . People choose to live in rural areas because they are quiet, natural, open, private, and clean. Non-farm rural landowners prefer landscapes with trees and water, and aesthetic quality are crucial.
  • Agricultural policy ; Agricultural productivity ; Agriculture ; Farm ; Market economy ; Poland ; Rural development ; Rural economy ; Rural property
  • Agriculture ; Développement rural ; Economie de marché ; Economie rurale ; Exploitation agricole ; Politique agricole ; Pologne ; Productivité agricole ; Propriété rurale
  • Bihār ; Chota Nagpur ; Communauté rurale ; Exploitation forestière ; Gestion des ressources ; Inde ; Société rurale ; Sylviculture
  • Bihar ; India ; Logging ; Resource management ; Rural community ; Rural society ; Stand treatment
  • Social forestry is forest management that takes rural people into account to improve rural welfare and minimize environmental degradation. Author studied eighteen villages on the Chota Nagpur Plateau in southeastern Bihar, India to weigh how
  • theories of common property resource management were affected by social differentiation, wealth distribution, local institutions. The goal is to assess the likehood of success of social forestry initiatives before their implementation. - (SLD)