Creation Of Land Markets In Transition Countries: Implications For The Institutions Of Land Administration
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- Rachel Sabates-Wheeler, 2002. "Consolidation initiatives after land reform: responses to multiple dimensions of land fragmentation in Eastern European agriculture," Journal of International Development, John Wiley & Sons, Ltd., vol. 14(7), pages 1005-1018.
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KeywordsLand use--Government policy--Europe; Eastern; Land use--Economic aspects--Europe; Eastern; Land tenure--Government policy--Europe; Eastern; Land administration--Europe; Eastern; Land administration--Albania; Land markets--Europe; Eastern; Land markets--Albania; Privatization--Europe; Eastern; Post-communism; Land Economics/Use;
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