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  1. Design Principles of Robust Property Rights Institutions

    What Have We Learned?
    Ponencias
    Mayo 2009
    Elinor Ostrom

    Elinor Ostrom, one of the pioneers in developing the theory of property rights, challenged the then-conventional wisdom that common-pool resources will be overharvested if clearly delineated private...

  2. Property Rights and Real Estate Privatization in Russia

    A Work in Progress
    Ponencias
    Mayo 2009
    Bertrand Renaud, Joseph K. Eckert, and R. Jerome Anderson

    Russia has attempted to develop property rights institutions to facilitate the development of private real estate markets since 1991. As of 2008 only one city (Veliky Novgorod) of 171 medium and...

  3. The Use of Eminent Domain in São Paulo, Bogotá, and Mexico City

    Ponencias
    Mayo 2009

    In this paper, Antonio Azuela examines the conditions under which eminent domain is used in São Paulo, Bogotá, and Mexico City. Brazil, Colombia, and Mexico all went through democratic transitions...

  4. Property Rights Protection and Spatial Planning in European Countries

    Ponencias
    Mayo 2009
    Vincent Renard

    Confiscation of an owner’s property is not the only form of taking. If government regulations limit all viable uses of a property and cause a substantial decrease in its value, this in most cases is...

  5. Should Decreases in Property Value Caused by Regulations Be Compensated?

    Ponencias
    Mayo 2009
    Abraham Bell

    Ideally, government could recoup the benefits of land use planning and redistribute them to those who bear the costs. In this case takings compensation is justified. Given the reciprocal nature of...

  6. Land Registration, Economic Development, and Poverty Reduction

    Ponencias
    Mayo 2009
    Klaus Deininger and Gershon Feder

    One common objective of establishing secure private property rights in land, particularly in developing countries, is to reduce poverty. The World Bank and other international aid agencies have...

  7. Looking Beyond Land Titling and Credit Accessibility for the Urban Poor

    Ponencias
    Mayo 2009

    In this paper, Edésio Fernandes argues that the designs of large-scale titling programs have been based on erroneous assumptions about the formation of informal settlements. This error, Fernandes...

  8. Property Rights Created Under a Federalist Approach to Tradable Emissions Policy

    Ponencias
    Mayo 2009
    Dallas Burtraw and Richard Sweeney

    Property rights approaches can be employed to achieve environmental conservation. Two specific topics are examined here: tradable emission permits and conservation easements. The implementation of...

  9. Private Conservation Easements

    Balancing Private Initiative and the Public Interest
    Ponencias
    Mayo 2009

    A commonly used property rights approach to conserving the environment is private conservation easements. Gerald Korngold discusses the benefits of this policy and proposes methods to mediate some of...

  10. The Role of Private-Sector Developers in Challenges to Local Land Use Regulations

    Ponencias
    Mayo 2009
    Keri-Nicole Dillman and Lynn M. Fisher

    Increasingly, states are employing a property rights approach to confront exclusionary zoning at the local level. This approach relies on providing private developers with a density bonus or other...

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