Cambodia Land Titling Rural Baseline Survey Report | Land Portal

Resource information

Date of publication: 
December 2007
Resource Language: 
ISBN / Resource ID: 

ABSTRACTED FROM THE SUMMARY: The impact of land titles on social and economic development and poverty reduction in the rural sector can be optimized by targeting land-titling efforts in areas where government agencies, NGOs, and private investors are actively engaged. The benefits for disadvantaged households can also be increased by policies that specifically link land-titling efforts to pro-poor development objectives. In this sense, active consultation and collaboration among all development actors in support of LMAP’s efforts would enhance the benefits from land titles for all landholders. The research methodology employed in the baseline survey has been quasi-experimental in nature using quantitative data collected in household interviews with a structured, close-ended survey instrument (See Annex A). The follow up survey should incorporate qualitative research approaches and tools into the overall methodology in order to provide more substance and texture to the household survey data, as many of the subtle yet important nuances concerning the economic and social impacts of land titles cannot be effectively captured by a standard household survey instrument.

Authors and Publishers

Author(s), editor(s), contributor(s): 

Cambodia_Development_Resource_Institute, (CDRI)

Corporate Author(s): 
Cambodia Development Resource Institute

1. Our vision

Inclusive and sustainable development through independent policy research and developing capacity.

2. Our vision For Cambodia
Vision of CDRI, Cambodia Development Resource Institute, is for a peaceful, prosperous and more equitable Cambodia.

3. Our mission

To contribute to Cambodia’s sustainable development and the well-being of its people through the generation of high quality policy research, knowledge dissemination and capacity development.


4. Our core values: MERIT

Data provider

The Mekong Land Research Forum seeks to bring research and policy a bit closer together. It does this in part by making the research more accessible and in part by helping to distill the key messages and points of debate so that information overload does not overwhelm policy makers and other advocates for progressive policy reform.

Share this page