Evolution and technical efficiency of land tenure systems in Ethiopia Download PDF EPUB FB2
Evolution and technical efficiency of land tenure systems in Ethiopia. [M M Ahmed; International Livestock Research Institute.;] -- The degree to which prevailing land tenure arrangements in sub-Saharan Africa constrain efficiency and agricultural productivity are still not determined. Evolution and land market in Ethiopia Prior toland tenure in Ethiopia was based on a feudal system in which land was owned by the emperor, who granted tenure rights subject to feudal obligations.
Land tenure forms known as rist and gult were then practiced (Rahmato, ). Communal ownership of land was generally.
The degree to which prevailing land tenure arrangements constrain agricultural productivity, and the sources of inefficiency associated with land tenure systems in sub-Saharan Africa are unresolved.
Using a stochastic frontier production function, this paper examines the economic efficiency and the determinants of inefficiency of alternative Cited by: Ahmed et al. () estimated the economic efficiency and determinants of inefficiency of an alternative land-tenure system in Ethiopia using a stochastic frontier production function.
The authors. Evolution and technical efficiency of land tenure systems in Ethiopia. Socio-Economics and Policy Research working paper 39 Teklu, A. Evolution and technical efficiency of land tenure systems.
This study examines the technical efficiency of alt ernative land tenure systems among smallholder farmers and identifying the determinant s of inefficiency with the objective of exploring land. Downloadable. The degree to which prevailing land tenure arrangements constrain agricultural productivity, and the sources of inefficiency associated with land tenure systems in sub-Saharan Africa are unresolved.
Using a stochastic frontier production function, this paper examines the economic efficiency and the determinants of inefficiency of alternative land tenure arrangements in Ethiopia.
land tenure governance on technical efficiency: evidence from three provinces in eastern China, Applied Economics, DOI: / To link to this article: g/ After the Derg: an Assessment of Rural Land tenure Issues in Ethiopia, (Draft), Addis Ababa  Dejene Arado and Teferi Regassa ().
Evolution and Technical Efficiency of Land Tenure System. OVERVIEW OF ETHIOPIA'S LAND TENURE SYSTEM  Land tenure system up to It is generally acknowledged that the pre land tenure system in Ethiopia was one of the most complex in the world and had not been thoroughly studied (Cohen and Weintraub, ; Gilkes, ; Dessalegn, ; Dejene, ).
Evolution and technical efficiency of land tenure, system in Ethiopia. International Livestock Research Institute. ;p Yigremew A. Review of landholding systems and policies in Ethiopia under the different regimes. • argument for redistributive land tenure reforms or land tenure reforms that enhance land market development that would be good both for efficiency and equity (Holden, Otsuka and Place ) –Or simply an artifact caused by measurement error.
(Lamb ) We use household panel data from Uganda to assess the extent of IR in different tenure. The country is constituted of nine regional states and the two federal cities of Addis Ababa and Dire Dawa. Three political epochs are predominant in recent Ethiopian history.
Different literature (e.g., Crewett et al., ) use these three epochs to characterize the land tenure systems and land policy in Ethiopia. These include the Imperial.
Gavian, Sarah & Ehui, Simeon, "Measuring the production efficiency of alternative land tenure contracts in a mixed crop-livestock system in Ethiopia," Agricultural Economics, Blackwell, vol.
20(1), pagesJanuary. Baland, Jean-Marie & Gaspart, Frederic & Platteau, Jean-Philippe &. Evolution and technical efficiency of land tenure systems in Ethiopia.
Socio-economic and policy research working pa International Livestock Research Institute (ILRI), Nairobi, Kenya, p. Socio-economic and policy research working pa International Livestock Research Institute (ILRI), Nairobi, Kenya, p.
In the book "Searching for land tenure security in Africa", edited by John Bruce and Shem Migot-Adholla (), eight case studies from Sub-Sahara Africa are documented. The objective of the research was to assess the relative efficiency of indigenous customary land use arrangements and.
select article Measuring the production efficiency of alternative land tenure contracts in a mixed crop-livestock system in Ethiopia. One of the motivations for this book has been to address land tenure policies from an international perspective.
Soon after we (Holden and Otsuka) published the edited book, The Emergency of Land Markets in Africa: Assessing the Impacts on Poverty, Equity, and Efficiency (), we realized that in. Journal ofEconometrics Gavian, S. & S. Ehui, Measuring the production efficiency of alternative land tenure contracts in a mixed crop-livestock system in Ethiopia.
Agricultural Economics Gavian, S. & M. Fafchamps, Land tenure and allocative efficiency in Niger. American Journal of Agricultural Economics RE Major land tenure reforms studied Land-to-the-tiller reforms, Market-assisted land redistribution reforms, Tenure security and land market enhancing tenure reforms, Forest tenure reforms, The needed future reforms to address the challenges arising from the recent sharp increase in demand for land many places (“land grab”).
Sarah Gavian & Marcel Fafchamps, "Land Tenure and Allocative Efficiency in Niger," American Journal of Agricultural Economics, Agricultural and Applied Economics Association, vol. 78(2), pages Ehui, Simeon K. & Spencer, Dunstan S. C., "Measuring the sustainability and economic viability of tropical farming systems: a model from sub-Saharan Africa," Agricultural Economics.
The Nigerian land policy aims to unify the land tenure system and make land readily available at an affordable rate [,]. However, a survey conducted by the second author in showed that these objectives have not been met. Speculation in land is on the increase and fragmentation in the land tenure system is observed.
Land tenure insecurity in post-certification Amhara, Ethiopia. Ethiopia: NE: Land tenure security and technical efficiency: new insights 28from a case study in Northwest China. China: SE: Drivers of perceived land tenure (in)security: Empirical evidence from Ghana.
Ghana: WE: Cadastre: Geo-Information Innovations in Land Administration. Structural defects in the land tenure system and bad government Until the Land Reform Decree of which provided for the nationalisation of rural lands, the feudal system of land tenure had imposed a formidable social, political and economic burden on the Ethiopian farmer (Tecle, ).
PRE LAND LEGACY. Ethiopia’s land tenure system reflects long-standing and competing historical themes, including feudal traditions and the effects of military rule to rectify feudal injustices.
The prevailing constant, regardless of the form of governance, has been significant control by the state over the allocation and use of land. A technical guide on valuing land tenure rights in line with the Voluntary the process of estimating value, forms part of the evolution and improvement of land, fisheries and forests, which can have an overarching influence on the general economic development and growth, wealth and prosperity informal tenure systems may be less clear.
I know that students will appreciate the succinctness of this book - many other books on land tenure and cadastral systems are well over pages long!" — Grenville Barnes, University of Florida, USA "Land Tenure, Boundary Surveys, and Cadastral Systems by Donald A.
Wilson and George M. Cole fills a serious abyss in the subject of land. "Impacts of Land Certification on Tenure Security, Investment, and Land Market Participation: Evidence from Ethiopia," Land Economics, University of Wisconsin Press, vol.
87(2), pages Rabah Arezki & Klaus Deininger & Harris Selod, Land Tenure, Tenure Security and Farm Efficiency: Panel Evidence from the Philippines Land Tenure, Tenure Security and Farm Efficiency: Panel Evidence from the Philippines Michler, Jeffrey D.; Shively, Gerald E. This article tests the relationships among formalised property rights, land tenure contracts and productive efficiency in farming.
Payments for environmental services (PES), the non-provisioning part of ecosystem services, target alignment of microeconomic incentives for land users with meso- and macroeconomic societal costs and benefits of their choices across stakeholders and scales.
They can interfere with or complement social norms and rights-based approaches at generic (land-use planning) and individual (tenure, use. That is, the newly-emerging customary land tenure institutions, by allowing for inheritance consistent with comparative advantage and work effort, seem to have built-in incentives for men and women.
The persistent gender gap in schooling, however, needs to be addressed.Examples of land tenure in a sentence, how to use it. 91 examples: Many women did not have access to land through the land tenure system. - As we.Kinship, Tenure Insecurity, Input Use and Land Productivity: The Case of Sharecropping in Ethiopia Menale Kassie and Stein T.
Holden Part IV: Land Markets, Land Tenure, and Land Management Land Rental Markets and Land Management in the Highlands of Ethiopia Samuel Benin and .