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Kommunen als Verpächter–Bausteine eines nachhaltigen Landmanagement?


  • Fiedler, Lars


Im Zuge der Nachhaltigkeitsdiskussion ist zu fragen, welchen Handlungsspielraum Kommunen bei der Gestaltung ihrer lokalen Landwirtschaft haben und wie sie diesen nutzen. Ein Anknüpfungspunkt ist dabei unter anderen ihr landwirtschaftliches Grundeigentum, über das fast jede Kommune verfügt. Dieses dient in erster Linie als Flächenreserve für die zukünftige Stadtentwicklung. Als Verpächter können die Kommunen ihr Landeigentum aber auch nutzen, um andere gesellschaftliche Ziele zu verwirklichen. Die Ergebnisse einer Befragung zum Kommunalen Landmanagement zeigen diesbezüglich ein gemischtes Bild, weshalb die Bestimmungsgründe dafür zu untersuchen sind.

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  • Fiedler, Lars, 2011. "Kommunen als Verpächter–Bausteine eines nachhaltigen Landmanagement?," 51st Annual Conference, Halle, Germany, September 28-30, 2011 114723, German Association of Agricultural Economists (GEWISOLA).
  • Handle: RePEc:ags:gewi11:114723

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