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Corruption In The Land Sector

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  • Papić Brankov, Tatjana
  • Tanjević, Nataša

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The corruption is both a major cause and a result of poverty around the world. Corruption in the land sector can be generally characterized as pervasive and without effective means of control. In this paper we analyze the risks and forms of corruption in the land sector citing some documented examples from the world and from Serbia. The paper concludes that all countries facing a problems with land administration needs the rebuilding of land administration institutions to provide access to land as essential to rekindle economic growth and social stability. It can also be concluded that Serbia is on the path of mild progress in planning land administration and land management.

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  • Papić Brankov, Tatjana & Tanjević, Nataša, 2013. "Corruption In The Land Sector," Economics of Agriculture, Institute of Agricultural Economics, vol. 0(Number 2), pages 1-13, July.
  • Handle: RePEc:ags:iepeoa:152814
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    1. Brankov, Tatjana Papić & Milovanovic, Milos, 2014. "Measuring food (in)security in the Republic of Serbia," 142nd Seminar, May 29-30, 2014, Budapest, Hungary 169093, European Association of Agricultural Economists.

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