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Land Property Rights, Cadasters and Economic Growth: A Cross-Country Panel 1000-2015 CE


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Title: Land Property Rights, Cadasters and Economic Growth: A Cross-Country Panel 1000-2015 CE
Authors: D’Arcy, Michelle
Nistotskaya, Marina
Olsson, Ola
Issue Date: 2021
Organization: QoG The Quality of Government Institute
Series/Report no.: Working Papers
2021:3
Abstract: Since the transition to agricultural production, property rights to land have been a key institution for economic development. Clearly defined land rights provide economic agents with increased access to credit, secure returns on investment, free up resources used to defend one’s land rights, and facilitate land market transactions. Formalized land records also strengthen governments’ capacity to tax land-owners. Despite a large body of extant micro-level empirical studies, macro-level researc... more
ISBN: 1653-8919
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2077/68349
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