Territorial Distribution Of Land Conflict Types In The Rural Area From Argeş County
Specialists signal out the fact that in the period after the 1989 revolution, the number and complexity of the land disputes increased, first as a result of the changes produced in the agricultural land ownership system. The information regarding the type and nature of land disputes, their emergence rate and territorial distribution is deficient. In this context, the analysis of the land disputes, as a potential disturbing factor of the natural ecosystems – human ecosystems interconditionality is extremely important at present. The paper investigates the incidence and intensity of the land disputes as they are perceived by the rural players from Argeş county and as they result from the data and information obtained from the land survey conducted in the communes of this country. The obtained results, a typology of the land conflicts, are important from the perspective of the measures that should be taken for settling up these disputes; each identified category needs a specific corrective intervention.
Volume (Year): 9 (2012)
Issue (Month): 1 ()
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- Rusu, Marioara & Florian, Violeta & Tudor, Monica & Chitea, Mihai & Chitea, Lorena & Rosu, Elisabeta, 2011. "Land Related Disputes and Conflicts in Romania," Agricultural Economics and Rural Development, Institute of Agricultural Economics, vol. 8(1), pages 127-145.
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