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Session Overview
Date: Tuesday, 15/Mar/2016
8:30am
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10:00am
01-07: Urbanization Trends: New Ways of Spatial Data Acquisition and Analysis
Location: MC C1-200
Chair: Oumar Sylla, UN-Habitat, Kenya
 

Fragmented Nature of African Cities

Neeraj Baruah

The London School of Economics and Political Science


A Globally Comparable Definition of Urban Areas

Chandan Deuskar, Benjamin Stewart

World Bank, United States of America


Using Satellite Imagery to Explore Granularity in Cities

Sarah E. Antos, Somik V. Lall, Nancy Lozano Gracia

World Bank, United States of America


Monitoring urbanization in Latin American metropolitan areas

Rainer Malmberg, Elke Krätzschmar

IABG mbH, Germany

10:30am
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12:00pm
02-07: Documenting and Quantifying the Impacts of Urban Land Market Failure in Africa
Location: MC C1-200
Chair: Somik V. Lall, World Bank, United States of America
 

Building the City: Sunk Capital and Sequencing

Vernon Henderson, Tanner Regan, Anthony Venables

The London School of Economics and Political Science, United Kingdom


Slumlords and the Failure of Land Markets in Nairobi

Tanner Regan

The London School of Economics and Political Science


Retrofit or Plan Ahead: Evidence from Tanzanian Cities

Guy Michaels, Tanner Regan, Dzhamilya Nigmatulina, Neeraj Baruah, Ferdinand Rauch

The London School of Economics and Political Science

1:00pm
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2:30pm
03-07: Research on Land Policies and Structural Transformation I
Location: MC C1-200
Chair: Bekele Shiferaw, Partnership for Economic Policy (PEP), Kenya
 

Competing claims or land use transition? A temporal analysis of land use change in southeastern Morocco and the implications for tenure policy

Karen Rignall1, Yoko Kusunose2

1: University of Kentucky, United States of America; 2: University of Kentucky, United States of America


Smallholder Participation In Land Rental Market In A mountainous Region Of Southern China: Impact Of Population Aging, Land Tenure Security And Ethnicity

Hermann Waibel1, Shi Min1, Jikun Huang2

1: University of Hannover, Germany; 2: Chinese Center of Agricultural Policy, Beijing, China


Engagement Dynamics in Large Scale Investments in Farmland and Implications for Smallholder Farmers – Evidence from Zambia

Rudo Makunike, Johann Kirsten

University of Pretoria, South Africa

2:45pm
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4:15pm
04-07: Research on Land Policies and Structural Transformation II
Location: MC C1-200
Chair: Willis Oluoch-Kosura, University of Nairobi, Kenya
 

Intra-Household Allocation And Gender Distribution Of Land Ownership: Findings From A Large Survey In Rural Uganda

Ludovica Cherchi1, Richard Oput2, Markus Goldstein1, James Habyarimana3, Joao Montalvao1, Michael O’Sullivan1, Christopher Udry4

1: The World Bank; 2: Ministry of Land, Housing, Urban Development, Uganda; 3: Georgetown University, United States of America; 4: Yale University, United States of America


Perceptions: A Tangible Ingredient In Farmers’ Tenure Security

Rikke Brandt Broegaard1, Helle Munk Ravnborg2, Rachel Spichiger2

1: Department of Geoscience and Natural Resource Management, University of Copenhagen, Denmark; 2: Danish Institute for International Studies, Copenhagen


Local Land Institutions and Rural Land Markets

Greenwell Matchaya

IWMI, South Africa


Adaptive Investment in Coping with Climate Change in China: Do Land Property Rights Matter?

Yangjie Wang

Central South University, China, People's Republic of

4:30pm
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6:00pm
05-07: Research on Land Policies and Structural Transformation III
Location: MC C1-200
Chair: Jacob Ricker-Gilbert, Purdue University, United States of America
 

Why are Indian firms five times less productive than American ones? One reason is land.

Ejaz Ghani

World Bank, United States of America


Urbanization and Property Rights

Yongyang Cai1, Harris Selod2, Jevgenijs Steinbuks2

1: Stanford University, University of Chicago; 2: The World Bank


Can Land Regularization Prompt Structural Change? Evidence from Rwanda

Daniel Ayalew Ali

World Bank, United States of America


Move Up or Move Out: Land Rights, Agricultural Transformation and the Fate of Rural Youth: Panel Data Evidence from Ethiopia

Hosaena Ghebru, Alemayehu Seyoum Tafesse, Bethelhem Koru

International Food Policy Research Institute, United States of America

Date: Wednesday, 16/Mar/2016
8:30am
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10:00am
06-06: Research on Impacts of Securing Community Tenure
Location: MC C1-200
Chair: Peter Messerli, Centre for Development and Environment, University of Bern, Switzerland
 

The Economic Costs and Benefits of Securing Community Forest Tenure: Evidence from Brazil and Guatemala

Erin Gray, Peter Veit, Juan Carlos Altamirano, Helen Ding

World Resources Institute, United States of America


Reconciling Global and Local Benefits from Communally Managed Forests: Evidence from a Choice Experiment on PES in Zambia

Tobias Vorlaufer1, Thomas Falk2, Tom Dufhues1, Michael Kirk1

1: University of Marburg, Germany; 2: International Crops Research Institute for the Semi-Arid Tropics (ICRISAT)


Collective property leads to Private Investments:Lessons from a decade of land titling to Afro Colombian communities

Ximena Peña, Maria Alejandra Vélez, Juan Camilo Cardenas, Natalia Perdomo

Los Andes University, Colombia


Does Collective Action Sequester Carbon? The Case of the Nepal Community Forestry Program

Randall Bluffstone1, Eswaran Somanathan2, Prakash Jha3, Harisharan Luintel4, Rajesh Bista5, Naya Paudel6, Bhim Adhikari7

1: Portland State University, United States of America; 2: Indian Statistical Institute; 3: ForestAction Nepal; 4: Portland State University, ForestAction Nepal; 5: ForestAction Nepal; 6: ForestAction Nepal; 7: IDRC

10:30am
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12:00pm
07-06: Research on Investment Models
Location: MC C1-200
Chair: Thomas Jayne, Michigan State University, United States of America
 

Inclusive Business Models: How Investment and Appropriability Hazard Shape Governance Structure

Wytse Vellema1, Claude Ménard2, Marijke D'Haese1, Wytske Oeke Van Der Werf3

1: Ghent University, Belgium; 2: University of Paris, Sorbonne, France; 3: University of Pretoria, South Africa


Local Stakeholders’ Preferences for Foreign Land lease Design Attributes in Kenya

David Jakinda Otieno, Willis Oluoch-Kosura

University of Nairobi, Kenya


Corporate sustainability and social responsibility of smallholder farmers:Implication for agriculture financing

Ebele Maduekwe1, Emmanuel Benjamin1, Maarten Punt2, Gertrud Buchenrieder1,3

1: Technische Universität München, Germany; 2: University of Southern Denmark; 3: Martin-Luther-University Halle-Wittenberg, Germany

1:00pm
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2:30pm
08-07: Research on Land Tenure issues in India
Location: MC C1-200
Chair: Elizabeth Louis, Landesa, United States of America
 

Transaction Costs and Farmer Marginalization in Land Acquisition

Vikram Patil1, Ranjan Kumar Ghosh2, Vinish Kathuria3

1: Centre for Environment and Development, Ashoka Trust for Research in Ecology and the Environment, India; 2: Department of Economics, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences (SLU) Uppsala, Sweden; 3: SJM School of Management of Indian Institute of Technology Bombay, Mumbai, India


The Role of Access Mechanisms in Effective Rehabilitation of Farmers Displaced Due to Development Projects

Ranjan Kumar Ghosh1, Vikram Patil2, Vinish Kathuria3

1: Department of Economics, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences (SLU) Uppsala, Sweden; 2: Ashoka Trust for Research in Ecology and the Environment (ATREE), Bangalore, India; 3: SJM School of Management of Indian Institute of Technology Bombay, Mumbai, India


The Regulation of Land Markets: Evidence from Tenancy Reform In India

Vijayendra Rao

World Bank, United States of America

2:45pm
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4:15pm
09-07: Research on Spillover Effects I
Location: MC C1-200
Chair: Anja Tolonen, Barnard College, Columbia University, United States of America
 

The Determinants of Large – Scale Land Investment in Africa: An Application of Heckman Model

Olayinka Idowu Kareem

University of Marburg, Germany


Commercial farms and smallholders in Zambia: competition, spillovers or peaceful coexistence?

Kerstin Nolte, Kacana Catherine Sipangule, Jann Lay

GIGA German Institute of Global and Area Studies, Germany


Large-Scale Land Acquisitions and Rural Development: Empirical Evidence from Ethiopia

Giulia Barbanente1,2, Emma Aisbett1

1: University of Hamburg, Germany; 2: Erasmus University, Rotterdam


Understanding Large-Scale Land Acquisitions and their Land Change Dimensions: Socio-Environmental Synthesis of the Global ‘Rush’ for Land

Ariane de Bremond1, Evan Ellicott1, Nick Magliocca2, Klaus Hubacek1, Kuishang Feng1

1: University of Maryland, United States of America; 2: The National Socio-Environmental Synthesis Center (SESYNC)

4:30pm
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6:00pm
10-07: Research on Spillover Effects II
Location: MC C1-200
Chair: Snaebjoern Gunnsteinsson, University of Maryland, United States of America
 

Extractive Industries, Production Shocks and Criminality: Evidence from a Middle-Income Country

Anja Tolonen1, Sebastian Axbard2, Jonas Poulsen3

1: Barnard College, Columbia University, United States of America; 2: Uppsala University; 3: Harvard University


Social Capital and Large Scale Land Investments: An Experimental Investigation in Central Zambia

Kacana Sipangule1,3, Menusch Khadjavi1,2, Rainer Thiele1

1: Kiel Institute for the World Economy, Germany; 2: Christian Albrechts University Kiel; 3: University of Goettingen


Large Scale Land Acquisitions as Drivers of Forest Fragmentation in Africa

Maria Cristina Rulli1, Paolo D'Odorico2,3, Jampel Dell'Angelo3, Kyle F. Davis2

1: Politecnico di Milano, Italy; 2: University of Virginia, United States of America; 3: National Social-Environmental Synthesis Center


Large Scale Agricultural Investments by Private Export Companies: Evidence from Senegal

Hannah Pieters1, Goedele Van den Broeck2, Miet Maertens2, Johan Swinnen1,3

1: LICOS – Centre for Institutions and Economic Performance, KU Leuven, Belgium; 2: Division of Bio-economics, Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences, KU Leuven, Belgium; 3: Centre for Food Security and the Environment, Stanford University, USA

Date: Thursday, 17/Mar/2016
10:30am
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12:00pm
12-07: Research on Tenure Security and Formalizing Rights
Location: MC C1-200
Chair: Stein T. Holden, Norwegian University of Life Science, Norway
 

Defining “Treatment” For Evaluating the Impact of Land Administration Projects

Mario Gonzalez Flores1, Leonardo Corral2, Heath Henderson3, Paul Winters1,4

1: American University; 2: Office of Strategic Planning and Development Effectiveness, Inter-American Development Bank, United States; 3: College of Business & Public Administration, Drake University; 4: International Fund for Agricultural Development


Formalizing Rural Land Rights in West Africa: Early Evidence from a Randomized Impact Evaluation in Benin

Markus Goldstein1, Kenneth Houngbedji2, Florence Kondylis1, Michael O'Sullivan1, Harris Selod1

1: World Bank, United States of America; 2: Paris School of Economics


Gold, Trust and Political Attitudes: Evidence from Ghana

Roxanne Rahnama-Hazaveh1, Anja Tolonen2

1: University of California, Berkeley, United States of America; 2: Barnard College, New York, United States of America


Lessons Learned in Establishing Effective Land Evaluations

Jennifer Lisher

Millennium Challenge Corporation, United States of America

1:00pm
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2:30pm
13-07: Research on Determinants for Land Use Sustainability
Location: MC C1-200
Chair: Michael Toman, World Bank, United States of America
 

Does forest certification stem tropical deforestation? Forest Stewardship Council certification in Mexico

Allen Blackman1, Leonard Goff1, Marisol Rivera2

1: Resources for the Future, United States of America; 2: Institutio Nacional de Ecología y Cambio Climático, Mexico


Land Cover Change and Welfare in North Ghana: a Spatial Simultaneous Equations Approach

Carlo Azzarri, Zhe Guo, Beliyou Haile, Sara Signorelli

IFPRI, United States of America


Water Grabbing: is it a global syndrome?

Jampel Dell'Angelo1, Maria Cristina Rulli2, Paolo D'Odorico3

1: SESYNC - University of Maryland, United States of America; 2: University of Virginia, United States of America; 3: Politecnico di Milano, Italy


To what extent does tenure security shape agroforestry investment and impacts on agriculture and livelihoods in strong customary land systems? Evidence from early agroforestry adopters in Zambia’s Eastern Province

Lauren Persha1,2, Heather Huntington2

1: University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, United States of America; 2: Cloudburst Consulting Group, Inc.

2:45pm
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4:15pm
14-07: Research on Land Rights & Female Empowerment
Location: MC C1-200
Chair: Hans Binswanger, Tswahne Institute of Technology, South Africa
 

Land Allocation in Subsistence Economies and Intra-Familial Time-Use Decisions

Nadege Miclanche Azebaze1, Thomas Falk2, Evelyn Korn1

1: Philipps-Universität Marburg, Germany; 2: International Crops Research Institute for the Semi-Arid Tropics (ICRISAT)


Marital Sorting, Resource Misallocation, and Agricultural Productivity

Ardina Hasanbasri1, Raul Santaeulalia-Llopis1, Cezar Santos2, Leandro De Magalhaes3

1: Washington University in St. Louis, United States of America; 2: Fundação Getulio Vargas; 3: University of Bristol


Creating Space: Reforming Informal Land Tenure and the Rights of Previously Excluded Groups

Alexandra Hartman1, Heather Huntington2, Kate Marple-Cantrell3

1: University College of London, United Kingdom; 2: Cloudburst; 3: Cloudburst


“As a husband I will love, lead and provide.” Social processes shaping women's access to land in Ghana

Isabel Lambrecht

IFPRI, Ghana

Date: Friday, 18/Mar/2016
9:00am
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10:30am
MasterClass 01-05: USAID: Designing Customary Land Governance Interventions
Location: MC C1-200
 

Designing Impact Evaluations of Customary Land Governance Interventions

Lauren Persha1,2, M. Mercedes Stickler3

1: University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, United States of America; 2: Cloudburst Consulting Group, Inc.; 3: United States Agency for International Development

11:00am
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12:30pm
Side event 02-02: USAID: Community Land Tenure Recognition
Location: MC C1-200
 

Community Land and Tenure Recognition: Review of Country Experiences

Mercedes Stickler1, Nayna Jhaveri2

1: US Agency for International Development, United States of America; 2: Tetra Tech

1:30pm
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3:00pm
MasterClass 03-04: USAID - Impact Evaluations of Customary Land Governance Interventions
Location: MC C1-200
 

Innovative Analysis Strategies to Improve Measurement of Customary Tenure Security in Impact Evaluation

Heather Huntington1, Mercedes Stickler2

1: Cloudburst Consulting Group, United States of America; 2: United States Agency for International Development


 
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