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Session Overview
Location: MC 7-860
Date: Tuesday, 26/Mar/2019
8:30am
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10:00am
01-13: Formalizing customary tenure: How to make it work?
Location: MC 7-860
Chair: Margaret Rugadya, Ford Foundation, Uganda
 

Catalyzing Innovation: Lessons from Uganda: Innovating land governance in predominantly customary settings.

David Betge2, Zeno Pack1, Thorsten Huber1

1: GIZ, Uganda; 2: ZOA, Uganda



Evaluation of the land inventory approach for securing tenure of lawful and bona fide occupants on private mailo land in Uganda

Thorsten Huber1, Moses Musinguzi2, Daniel Kirumira1, Pamella Drate1

1: Responsible Land Policy in Uganda (RELAPU), GIZ; 2: Department of Geomatics and Land Management, Makerere University, Uganda



Land use Policy; implementing the Physical planning Act, in the context of Malawi land reform program implementation

Dr Janet L. Banda, Felix Tukula, Devie Chilonga

Ministry of Lands, Housing and Urban Development, Malawi



The role of customary authorities in land administration: Examples from Tanzania and Ethiopia

Maija Hyle, Zerfu Hailu

NIRAS, Ethiopia

10:30am
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12:00pm
02-13: Gender aspects of land tenure
Location: MC 7-860
Chair: Victoria Stanley, World Bank, United States of America
 

Land reform and child health in the Kyrgyz republic

Katrina Kosec1, Olga Shemyakina2

1: International Food Policy Research Institute, United States of America; 2: Georgia Tech, United States of America



Gender gaps in forest tenure reforms in Peru: The impact of expectations on the household incomes of native communities

Rosa Luz Duran

Universidad de Lima, Peru



Land joint titling and its effects on household welfare in Vietnam

Helle Buchhave, Cuong Nguyen Viet, Hoa Hoa Thi Mong Pham, Giang Tam Nuyen, Kathrine Kelm

World Bank, United States of America



Gender differences in housing ownership in Dhaka, Bangladesh

Aphichoke Kotikula, Ruth Hill, Wameq Azfar Raza

World Bank, United States of America

2:00pm
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3:30pm
03-13: Drawing policy advice from land data analysis
Location: MC 7-860
Chair: Hamady Diop, NEPAD, South Africa
 

Predicting deprivations in housing and basic services from space in slums of Dhaka

Amit Patel1, Christian Borja-Vega2, Luisa Mimmi3, Tomas Soukup4, Jan Kolomaznik4, Marcia Mundt1, Hyunjung Lee1, Tanushree Bhan1

1: University of Massachusetts Boston, United States of America; 2: World Bank, United States of America; 3: Inter American Development Bank, United States of America; 4: GiSAT, Czech Republic



International collaboration: capturing the impact of emerging trends

Bilan Stribling

Columbia University, United States of America



The effects of agricultural income on Internally Displaced Persons: Evidence from Colombia

Paola Palacios, Miguel Angel Perez-Uribe

Universidad Icesi, Colombia



The consequences of increasing block tariffs, magnitude and distribution of electricity and water subsidies for households in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia

Helena Cardenas, Dale Whittington

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, United States of America

3:45pm
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5:15pm
04-13: Land rights regularization and common property resources
Location: MC 7-860
Chair: David Ameyaw, International Center for Evaluation and Development, Kenya
 

Identifying best practices for benefit sharing at the jurisdictional scale in relation to emission reduction programs

Lauren Cooper1, Dietmar Stoian2, Emily Huff1, Kezia Salosso3

1: Michigan State University, United States of America; 2: Bioversity International / World Agroforestry Centre (ICRAF), France; 3: University of Papua, Indonesia



How Does Scarcity Affect Extraction of Resources? A study about land use as a common-pool resource dilemma using survey and field-experimental data collected in northern Namibia

Nils Christian Hoenow, Michael Kirk

University of Marburg, Germany



Impact of land certification on cash crop expansion in Southwest China

Haowen Zhuang, Shaoze Jin, Hermann Waibel

Leibniz Universität Hannover, Germany



Forest carbon supply in Nepal: Evidence from a choice experiment

Randall Bluffstone1, Eswaran Somanathan2, Sahan Dissanayake1, Harisharan Luintel3, Naya Paudel4

1: Portland State University, United States of America; 2: Indian Statistical Institute, India; 3: Smart Start Evaluation and Research, United States of America; 4: Forest Action, Nepal

Date: Wednesday, 27/Mar/2019
8:30am
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10:00am
05-13: Providing policy advice through applied research
Location: MC 7-860
Chair: Ammar Alhamadi, Dubai Land Department, United Arab Emirates
 

Beyond climate change: how tenure reform aggravated grassland degradation in north china

Xingyue Zhang1, Shuhao Tan2

1: University of California Davis, United States of America; 2: Renmin University of China, China



Unrecognized opportunities for pastoral tenure: Re-framing variability, mobility, and flexibility

Kramer Gillin

University of Wisconsin-Madison, United States of America



An exploratory sequential mixed methods approach to understanding the correlation of land use regulations on residential property values in Windhoek, Namibia

Sam M. Mwando

Namibia University of Science and Technology, Namibia

10:30am
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12:00pm
06-13: Providing policy advice through applied research
Location: MC 7-860
Chair: Anna Locke, Overseas Development Institute, United Kingdom
 

Governance challenges in sub-Saharan Africa: the case of Land Guards and land protection in Ghana

David Kwasi Bansah

Ghana Revenue Authority, Ghana



Assessing institutional governance in balancing food production and environmental protection in urban wetlands of Kigali/Rwanda and tropical Kilombero floodplain/Tanzania. A comparative analysis

John Kalisa

World Bank Group, Rwanda



Growth effects of banking development on agriculture and industrial GDP in Sub-Saharan Africa

Ayine Nigo

University of Westminster, United Kingdom



Land related human rights in Pakistan: improving land tenancy as a pathway for agriculture development and food security

Marianna Bicchieri

Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), Thailand

2:00pm
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3:30pm
07-13: Linking global issue to local reality on the commons
Location: MC 7-860
Chair: Gerardo Segura Warnholtz, World Bank, United States of America
 

Consequential trends in global recognition of community-based forest tenure from 2002-2017

Chloe Ginsburg, Stephanie Keene

Rights and Resources Initiative, United States of America



From lessons learnt to future options for global forest governance

Anna Begemann, Lukas Giessen, Marko Lovric, Jeanne Roux, Dennis Roitsch, Georg Winkel

European Forest Institute (EFI), Germany



Evidence on biodiversity conservation impacts: assessing theories, approaches, and outcomes from community engagement

Aireona Bonnie Raschke1, Michael I. Brown2, Samantha H. Cheng1

1: Arizona State University, United States of America; 2: Chemonics, International



Producing useable knowledge for sustainable land governance: Potential contributions from land systems science

Ariane de Bremond1, Albrecht Ehrensperger1, Peter Messerli1, Vincent Roth2, Henri Rueff2

1: Global Land Programme/University of Bern, Centre for Development and Environment (CDE), Switzerland; 2: University of Bern, Centre for Development and Environment (CDE), Switzerland

3:45pm
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5:15pm
08-13: Land and post-conflict: the case of Colombia
Location: MC 7-860
Chair: Mike Mora, Organization of American States, United States of America
 

First social then legal: what 902 decree – law changed. Follow-up on the Colombian Peace Agreements and land tenure issues II

Margarita Maria Varon Perea

Colombia Rural, Colombia



Between over-innovation and business as usual: another look at the reasons for delay in the implementation of the rural dimension of the Final Agreement in two departments of Colombia (Caquetá and Putumayo).

Klaas Geert van Vliet1, Erika Andrea Rámirez2

1: CIRAD, France; Network for applied research on Transitions in Latinamerica and the Caribbean; 2: Foundation CERSUR, Colombia, Network for applied research on Transitions in Latinamerica and the Caribbean



Land markets, social networks and land-grabbing in Colombia.

Camilo Pardo

George Mason University, United States of America



Effects of land tenure formalization on illicit crop production in Colombia

Ivonne Astrid Moreno Horta

WORLD BANK, Colombia



Extended models from the Colombian LADM Profile as support of Territorial Planning

Oscar Zarama1, Fabián Mejía2, Moisés Poyatos3, Daniel Casalprim3

1: IGAC, Colombia; 2: BSF Swissphoto, Colombia; 3: BSF Swissphoto, Spain

Date: Thursday, 28/Mar/2019
10:30am
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12:00pm
10-13: Legal pluralism and tenure reforms: Has there been progress?
Location: MC 7-860
Chair: Richard Gaynor, Millennium Challenge Corporation, United States of America
 

Stakeholder narratives on tenure transformation in Morocco

David Balgley

Georgetown University, United States of America



The heavy burden of the past - The political economy of rural reform in Colombia.

Camilo Pardo

George Mason University, United States of America



Real change or paper tigers? An assessment of legal support for community property

Liz Alden Wily

independent, Kenya

Date: Friday, 29/Mar/2019
9:00am
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10:30am
12-08: Working with the Private Sector: bridging the gap between the Public, Private and Civil Society Sectors to catalyze innovation in Land Markets
Location: MC 7-860
 

Working with the Private Sector: bridging the gap between the Public, Private and Civil Society Sectors to catalyze innovation in Land Markets

William E Endsley, Glenn Williamson

Georgetown University, School of Continuing Education, United States of America

11:00am
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12:30pm
13-08: Urban data collection tools and approaches
Location: MC 7-860
 

Urban data collection tools and approaches

Frank Pichel1, Shishir Ranjan Dash2, Tim Fella3, G. Mathivathanan4, Shikha Srivastava2

1: Cadasta Foundation, United States of America; 2: Tata Trusts, India; 3: ESRI; 4: Housing and Urban Development Department, Government of Odisha State, India

1:30pm
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3:00pm
14-08: Women's land rights conceptual framework
Location: MC 7-860
 

Women's land rights conceptual framework tool

Elisa Scalise, Amanda Richardson, Renee Giovarelli

Resource Equity, United States of America


 
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