The Effect of Formal Property Rights Regime on Urban Development and Planning Methods in the Context of Post-Socialist Transformation: An Institutional Approach
Małgorzata Barbara Havel
AbstractIn the majority of current institutional models, urban development is primarily viewed as a process of social interaction with the focus on informal institutional structures, strategies and personal characteristics of agents. This paper will discuss the formal ‘rules of the game’ by focusing on the property rights regime in urban development processes. The analytical model of the influence of the property rights regime on urban land development methods is presented. The paper discusses the libertarian approach to property rights as an important conceptual building block for understanding the transition in the field of urban development and planning in the post-socialist contexts.
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|Book||Ronit Levine-Schnur (eds.): Measuring the Effectiveness of Real Estate Regulation, 2020, Springer, ISBN 978-3-030-35621-7, 220 p., DOI:10.1007/978-3-030-35622-4|
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