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Rural land use policies and rural poverty

Frank Popper

Rural land use policies and rural poverty

by Frank Popper

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Published by Resources for the Future in Washington, D.C .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Land use, Rural -- United States -- Government policy,
  • Urban poor -- United States

  • Edition Notes

    StatementFrank J. Popper
    SeriesRFF reprint series -- 217
    ContributionsResources for the Future
    The Physical Object
    Pagination326-334 p. ;
    Number of Pages334
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14418418M

    The following analysis intends to contribute to the development of ‘propoor land policies’ in Armenia, and is focused primarily on improving the position of peasant farms and their poor and vulnerable households, for which land is still the main ‘safety network’.1 The agricultural sector in Armenia has been dominated by small-scale landholdings since a redistributive land reform in the. Rural poverty is most prevalent in Africa Of the world’s million poor people, million (56%) are in Africa Africa remains the world’s most rural region (nearly 60% population is rural.

    interactions with poverty, income distribution, farm productivity, environmental conservation and gender relations that are not straightforward, are sometimes counter-intuitive and can be contradictory between alternative pieces of case study evidence. Future rural poverty reduction policies need to be better informed on the nature of. Get this from a library! Access to land, rural poverty, and public action. [Alain De Janvry; World Institute for Development Economics Research.;] -- There are many channels of access to land and each of these affects how land is used. This book analyzes each of these channels of access to land, and recommends ways of making them more effective.

    Rural poverty: trends and measurement (English) Abstract. This paper analyzes the trends and measurements related to key aspects of rural poverty, using 24 sample countries that represent various regions and levels of economic development. Land in transition: reform and poverty in rural Vietnam (English) Abstract. The policy reforms called for in the transition from a socialist command economy to a developing market economy bring both opportunities and risks to a country's citizens. In poor economies, the initial focus of reform efforts is naturally the rural sector.


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Drawing its illustrations mainly from the Northeast, this article contends that most contemporary American rural land use policies have their conceptual roots in urban areas and their social roots among the wealthy.

In rural areas (as in urban ones) the policies—in particular, those based on zoning and the national park—do little for the by:   Rural Poverty in the United States provides the most comprehensive analysis in decades of living conditions among poor people in rural America.

It is a superb example of ‘actionable social science.’ Tom Rudel, Rutgers University This edited volume presents a comprehensive, multidisciplinary analysis of rural poverty in the US. Table of Contents. Part 1: Introduction Transformations: Conceptual and Policy Issues Sally Shortall and Mildred E.

Warner Agency of Rural Research in Comparative Context Philip Lowe Part 2: Socio-Economic Change ion and Urban-Rural Population Redistribution in the UK and US Tony Champion and David L. Brown aphic Ageing in Rural Areas: Insights from the UK and. RURAL LAND USE POLICIES The County will: GOALS AND OBJECTIVES Goal for Land Use Planning in the Rural Area Provide a compatible and harmonious arrangement of land uses in the rural area by concentrating development in specific areas in order to encourage the conservation and the managed production of natural resources which meetFile Size: 54KB.

Rural Poverty in America. Nine million people in the United States live in rural poverty. This large segment of the population has generally been overlooked even as considerable attention, and social conscience, is directed to the alleviation of urban poverty.

The drivers of rural poverty may be broken into three dimensions: economic, social and environmental. From the economic side, low levels of productivity, lack of diversification of rural. Rural Poverty & Well-Being.

ERS research in this topic area focuses on the economic, social, spatial, temporal, and demographic factors that affect the poverty status of rural residents.

Child Nutrition Programs. ERS conducts research on USDA's child nutrition programs and their role in children's food security, diets, and well-being. Rural industrial restructuring in China’s metropolitan suburbs: Evidence from the land use transition of rural enterprises in suburban Beijing Fengkai.

In most developing countries, poverty is more widespread and severe in rural than in urban areas. The author reviews some important aspects of rural poverty and draws key implications for public policy.

He presents a policy framework for reducing poverty, taking into account the functional differences and overlap between the rural poor. Several policy options are delineated and explained. approach in which rural stakeholders, private investors and donors actively participate.

This paper reviews the relevant literature on these issues, proposes a framework for analysis and relates it to emerging evidence to tease out policy relevant conclusions. Key Words: Rural poverty, markets, agriculture, nonfarm income, rural employment. Rural Poverty & Well-Being. ERS research in this topic area focuses on the economic, social, spatial, temporal, and demographic factors that affect the poverty status of rural residents.

Child Nutrition Programs. ERS conducts research on USDA's child nutrition programs and their role in children's food security, diets, and well-being. This book argues that rural/regional policy needs to evolve in order to address the current complex reality, partially reformulating territorial or place-based approaches, and the New Rural.

THE CONTEXT FOR RURAL DEVELOPMENT POLICY Buddhadeb Chaudhuri Professor of Anthropology, University of Calcutta, India Keywords: Rural, urban, indicators, rural society, poverty, development, policy, rural development, agrarian economy, green revolution Contents 1.

The Emergence of Rural Life 2. The Characteristics of Rural Communities 3. Rural Livelihoods and Poverty Reduction: Themes and policy levers P. Ngategize 2. Methodological Issues for Rural Poverty Reduction within the PRSP Framework Kulundu Manda and Germano Mwabu Part Two: Evidence from rural poverty research 3.

The Contribution of Agriculture to Poverty Reduction in SSA Michael Lipton 4. Orderly and Efficient Land Use Align land use, development patterns, and infrastructure to make the best use of public and private investment.

ALL COMMUNITIES Land Use Policies OVERALL DENSITY EXPECTATIONS FOR NEW GROWTH, DEVELOPMENT, AND REDEVELOPMENT Rural Service Area: Maximum Allowed Density, except Rural Centers Rural Center units/acre. Rural: Definitions. From Wikipedia: Rural areas are large and isolated areas of an open country with low population density.

From Wikipedia: Rural development in general is used to denote the actions and initiatives taken to improve the standard of living in non-urban.

Rural development policies have historically focused primarily on increasing agricultural productivity, but this volume demonstrates the need for a much broader approach as rural producers become increasingly integrated into the global economy. FollowiReviews: 1.

Access to Land, Rural Poverty, and Public Action Land is a fundamental productive asset in agrarian economies. The rules that codify access to land and the way jurisdiction over land is distributed among members of a community have a powerful influence over how efficiently land is used, the incidence of poverty, and the level of inequality in.

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– 14), divided by the number of documents in these three previous years (e.g. – 14). poverty and related targets (as for instance in the Millennium Development Goals and the Poverty Reduction Strategies at country level) coupled with the failure of past paradigms to make mass reductions in rural poverty, have given a new impetus to the role of agriculture in development and poverty.

of rural areas be spelled out and that the increased polarization be documented. The primary object of today's regional development policies is elimination of rural poverty through programs that make it possible to sustain increases in per capita incomes and products.

Therefore, rural poverty needs to. Biofuels and Rural Poverty makes an original contribution to the current controversial global debate on biofuels, in particular the consequences that large-scale production of transport fuel substitutes can have on rural areas, principally in developing countries but also in some poor rural areas of developed countries.

Three key concerns are examined from a North-South perspective.The report aims to strengthen the effectiveness of land policy in support of development, and poverty reduction, by setting out the results of recent research in a way that is accessible to a wide audience of policymakers, nongovernmental organizations, academics in the Bank's client countries, donor agency officials, and the broader.