Advances in Responsible Land Administration challenges conventional forms of land administration by introducing alternative approaches and provides the basis for a new land administration theory. A compilation of observations about responsible land administration in East Africa, it focuses on a new empirical foundation rather than preexisting ideal

part I|14 pages


chapter 1|12 pages

Toward Responsible Land Administration

ByWalter T. de Vries, Rohan M. Bennett, Jaap Zevenbergen

part II|100 pages

The New Inspirations

chapter 2|20 pages

Pro-Poor Land Administration

ByMarie Christine Simbizi, Rohan M. Bennett, Jaap Zevenbergen

chapter 3|16 pages

Land Administration for Food Security

ByRohan M. Bennett, Georgina Rockson, Solomon A. Haile, Joe Nasr, Liza Groenendijk

chapter 4|20 pages

Urbanization, Land Administration, and Good-Enough Governance

ByBerhanu K. Alemie, Rohan M. Bennett, Jaap Zevenbergen

chapter 5|18 pages

Land Administration for Post-Conflict Contexts

ByDimo Todorovski, Jaap Zevenbergen, Paul van der Molen

chapter 6|24 pages

Land Administration Crowds, Clouds, and the State

ByPeter Laarakker, Jaap Zevenbergen, Yola Georgiadou

part III|86 pages

Creating Innovative Designs

chapter 7|14 pages

Point Cadastre

ByWalter T. de Vries, Co Meijer, Susan Keuber, Bert Raidt

chapter 8|14 pages

Digital Pen Method

ByDidier Milindi Rugema, Jeroen Verplanke, Christiaan Lemmen

chapter 9|17 pages

Accelerated Land Administration Updates

ByMireille Biraro, Rohan M. Bennett, Christiaan Lemmen

chapter 10|20 pages

Toward Fit-for-Purpose Land Consolidation

ByRohan M. Bennett, Fikerte A. Yimer, Christiaan Lemmen

chapter 11|18 pages

Dynamic Nomadic Cadastres

ByMonica Lengoiboni, Arnold Bregt, Paul van der Molen

part IV|68 pages

Measuring the Impacts

chapter 12|13 pages

Land Administration Impacts on Land Use Change

ByPeter Fosudo, Rohan M. Bennett, Jaap Zevenbergen

chapter 13|18 pages

Environmental Protection via Land Administration

ByLibia Y. Romero Lara, Jaap Zevenbergen, Kees Bronsveld

chapter 14|15 pages

Displacement and Land Administration

ByPotel Jossam, Paul van der Molen, Luc Boerboom, Dimo Todorovski, Walter T. de Vries

chapter 15|18 pages

Social Tenure Domain Model: An Emerging Land Governance Tool

ByDanilo Antonio, Jaap Zevenbergen, Clarissa Augustinus

part V|10 pages

Looking Ahead

chapter 16|8 pages

Future Directions in Responsible Land Administration

ByJaap Zevenbergen, Walter T. de Vries, Rohan M. Bennett