“Land policy and tenure in South East Asia, 1995-2005”

This paper argues that land administration systems are now businesses. At one end of a wide spectrum land systems are being re=engineered engaging in business strategies, competition policies, and formal professional standards. At the other end, developing countries in Asia Pacific are being advised on large international funded projects about the building blocks required to establish some of the basic operations of a land administration system. This paper focuses on the issue confronting countries at this formative stage and identified major policy shifts affecting project design and solutions.
Dalrymple, Kate, Jude Wallace, and Ian Williamson
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4th Trans Tasman Surveyors Conference, Skycity convention, Center, Aukland, NZ, 13 -1 6 October 2004