Relations between land tenure security and agricultural productivity: Exploring the effect of land registration | Land Portal

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Date of publication: 
Dezembro 2020
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ISBN / Resource ID: 
NARCIS:tud:oai:tudelft.nl:uuid:663a39a1-9291-4f3a-afad-d764c6a0b0bd
Copyright details: 
Open Access, this refers to access without restrictions, and without financial incentives. Access to the resource is gained directly, without any obstacles. From info:eu-repo/semantics/openAccess

This paper reviews the scholarly literature discussing the effect(s) of land registration on the relations between land tenure security and agricultural productivity. Using 85 studies, the paper focuses on the regular claim that land registration's facilitation of formal documents-based land dealings leads to investment in a more productive agriculture. The paper shows that this claim is problematic for three reasons. First, most studies offer no empirical evidence to support the claim on the above-mentioned effect. Second, there are suggestions that land registration can actually threaten 'de facto' tenure security or even lead to insecurity of tenure. Third, the gendered realization of land registration and security may lead to uneven distribution of costs and benefits, but these effects are often ignored. Next to suggesting the importance of land information updating and the efficiency of local land management institutions, this paper also finds that more research with a combined locally-set approach is needed to better understand any relation(s) between land tenure security and agricultural productivity.

Autores e editores

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

Singirankabo, U.A.
Ertsen, M.W.

Provedor de dados

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