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Municipal Land Allocations: Legally Problematic but Economically Efficient? A Study of the Relation Between Land Allocations and State Aid.


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Title: Municipal Land Allocations: Legally Problematic but Economically Efficient? A Study of the Relation Between Land Allocations and State Aid.
Authors: Norén, Julia
Issue Date: 21-Oct-2017
Degree: Student essay
Series/Report no.: 2017:151
Abstract: Exploitation of municipal-owned land may be done through distribution of land allocations. A land allocation means the sole right for developers to negotiate with municipalities regarding how a specific area of municipal-owned land should be exploited. The aim during negotiations is to formulate a detailed development plan that both parties are satisfied with, normally leading to the land area being transferred from the municipality to the developer. Swedish regulations stipulate that municipal... more
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2077/54116
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