Conference Agenda

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Session Overview
Location: MC 8-100
Date: Tuesday, 26/Mar/2019
8:30am
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10:00am
01-08: Methodological approaches to urban property valuation
Location: MC 8-100
Chair: Ruud Kathmann, Netherlands Council for Real Estate Assessment, Netherlands, Netherlands, The
 

Self-declaration of value: an option for the urban property tax

William McCluskey1, Riel Franzsen1, Peadar Davis2

1: African Tax Institute, University of Pretoria, Pretoria, South Africa; 2: School of the Built Environment, University of Ulster, N. Ireland, UK



Valuing property with bad data: utilizing GIS and spatial modeling to achieve equitable property tax valuations in the face of incomplete data

Paul Bidanset1, Jones Brent2

1: IAAO; 2: Esri



Response surface analysis (RSA): modeling values in geographically sparse markets

William Mccluskey1, Paul Bidanset2, Peadar Davis3, Michael McCord3

1: African Tax Institute, University of Pretoria, Pretoria, South Africa; 2: International Association of Assessing Officers, Kansas, United States; 3: School of the Built Environment, University of Ulster, N. Ireland, UK



Standard price points in spatial interpolation. A case study

Risto Peltola, Mikko Korpela, Pauliina Krigsholm, Arthur Kreivi

National Land Survey, Finland



Using remote sensing data and machine learning to value property in Kigali, Rwanda

Felix Bachofer1, Jonathan Bower2, Andreas Braun3, Paul Brimble4, Patrick McSharry5

1: German Aerospace Center; 2: International Growth Centre, Rwanda; 3: University of Tübingen; 4: Ministry of Economic and Financial Planning, Rwanda; 5: Carnegie Mellon University

10:30am
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12:00pm
02-08: Remote sensing and automation for property tax assessment
Location: MC 8-100
Chair: Amy Rasmussen, International Association of Assessing Officers, United States of America
 

Supporting local government administrations through public private partnerships (PPP).

Gasant Jacobs1, Abdelwahab Zramdini2

1: Cotecna Inspection SA, United Arab Emirates; 2: Cotecna Inspection SA, Geneva



Land characteristics survey in Korea, utilizing spatial information

Jinho Choi, Nana Lee

Korea Appraisal Board, Korea, Republic of (South Korea)



Cost-Effectiveness Analysis of a satellite–based approach to maintaining a property database

Graham Deane, Robert M Owen

Airbus Defence and Space, United Kingdom



The points-based method: simplification of valuation processes for property tax purposes

Asaah Nyah Zebong, Wilson Prichard, Paul Fish

International Centre for Tax and Development (ICTD), Cameroon

2:00pm
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3:30pm
03-08: Making property tax systems transparent and equitable
Location: MC 8-100
Chair: Ronald Worth, International Association of Assessing Officers, United States of America
 

Open Government - Building trust and strengthening the delivery of valuation services

Ruud M. Kathmann1, Terence Fahey2, Ben P.P. Bervoets1, Marco Kuijper1

1: Council for Real Estate Assessment, The Netherlands; 2: Valuation Office, Ireland



Customer relations and communication in land administration

David Laurence Magor

Institute of Revenues Rating and Valuation, United Kingdom



Property Taxation in India: Issues impacting revenue performance and suggestions for reform

Rajul Awasthi

World Bank, United States of America

3:45pm
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5:15pm
04-08: Implementing urban land value capture
Location: MC 8-100
Chair: Riel Franzsen, University of Pretoria, South Africa
 

The role of transferrable development rights in emerging economies

Richard Grover1, Anna Corsi2, Ahmet Kindap3

1: Oxford Brookes University, United Kingdom; 2: World Bank, Washington DC, USA; 3: World Bank, Ankara, Turkey



Is there a role of Land Value Capture Instruments for financing infrastructure investments in a messy urban growth scenario?

Cynthia Goytia

Harvard University and Torcuato Di Tella University, Argentine Republic



Unlocking the potential of urban land in Kenya

Abdu Muwonge1, Peter Mwangi2

1: World Bank, Kenya; 2: Walker Kontos Advocates, Kenya



Institutional arrangements as a catalyzing instrument for land value capture processes in public transportation projects

Maria Juliana Rojas Cortes

JFP & Asociados, Colombia



The untold story of Taiwan's land-based financing program - land readjustment or land grabbing?

Shih-Jung Hsu1, Grace Li-Min Liao2

1: National Chengchi University, Taiwan; 2: China University of Technology, Taiwan


Date: Wednesday, 27/Mar/2019
8:30am
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10:00am
05-08: New ways of registering customary land
Location: MC 8-100
Chair: Janet L. Banda SC., Ministry of Lands, Housing and Urban Development, Malawi
 

Addressing fuzzy boundaries in community delimitations for systematic cadaster in Mozambique

João Carrilho1, Marisa Balas2, Mario Marques3, Zileque Macate3, Christiaan Lemmen4

1: National Directorate of Lands, Mozambique; 2: EXI, Lda, Mozambique; 3: Verde Azul, Lda, Mozambique; 4: Kadaster, The Netherlands



Moving from debate to implementation: Opportunities for Community Land Registration in Kenya

Brian Gideon Washe Kazungu, Justus Wabwire Ogollah Wambayi

Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, Kenya



“Grazing agreements: negotiated resource access and conflict mediation at the private property-common property nexus in Kenya’s rangelands”

Christopher Wade

Independent Consultant, United States of America



Social and institutional innovation in land reform: local land charters in Burkina

Hubert Marie Gerard Ouedraogo

DID international, Burkina Faso

10:30am
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12:00pm
06-08: Providing low-cost housing
Location: MC 8-100
Chair: Rajan Samuel, Habitat for Humanity India, India
 

Understanding multiplicity of urban governance and planning regulations for a metropolitan region with focus on land and private development – Case study NCR – Delhi, India

Sneha Thusoo, Tetsuo Kidokoro, Fumihiko Seta

University of Tokyo, Japan



Wrong-Headed policies in the name of the poor: Case of Mumbai’s Cessed-Buildings

Abhay Pethe, Rashmi Sharma

Mumbai School of Economics and Public Policy (MSE-PP), University of Mumbai, India



Community resource mobilization for informal settlements regularization: impact of private community partnership in Tanzania

Edward Kinabo, Renny Chiwa, Pamela Maro, Alloyce Nyaisa

Human Settlements Action (HUSEA) Company Limited, Tanzania

2:00pm
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3:30pm
07-08: Improving housing delivery
Location: MC 8-100
Chair: Shishir Ranjan Dash, Tata Trusts, India
 

Social mix and social cohesion using housing mix: a review of the Chilean and British experience

Claudia Murray1, Gavin Parker1, Francisco Sabatini2, Luis Vergara2

1: University of Reading, United Kingdom; 2: Pontificia Universidad Catolica de Chile



Affordable housing: a land suitability perspective

Gayatri Singh1, Tony Hartanto Widjarnarso1, Jose Eduardo Diaz-Azcunaga2, Ricardo Ochoa-Sosa2, Eduardo Perez-Denicia2

1: World Bank, Indonesia; 2: CAPSUS, Mexico



Harnessing the real estate market for equitable affordable housing provision through land value capture: Insights from San Francisco City, California

Bernard Nzau, Claudia Trillo

University of Salford, United Kingdom

3:45pm
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5:15pm
08-08: Land tenure insecurity and land-related investment
Location: MC 8-100
Chair: Michael Kirk, University of Marburg, Germany
 

Customary tenure and agricultural investment in Uganda

Laura Meinzen-Dick

University of California Davis, United States of America



Rural land in Mauritania facing the challenge of development

Cheikh Saad Bouh Camara

Université de Nouakchott, Mauritania



Going for hybrid maize: the importance of land for the success of maize crop insurance in Tanzania

Meine Pieter van Dijk

Erasmus university Rotterdam, the Netherlands, Netherlands, The



Land rights and livelihoods in rural South Africa – a gendered perspective

Kezia Batisai

University of Johannesburg, South Africa


Date: Thursday, 28/Mar/2019
8:30am
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10:00am
09-08: Evaluating impacts of tenure interventions
Location: MC 8-100
Chair: Heather Huntington, DevLab@Duke, United States of America
 

Evaluating the impact of community forestry practices in Sumatra island, Indonesia

Andika Putraditama1, Yeon-Su Kim2, Andrew Sánchez Meador2

1: World Resources Institute, Indonesia; 2: Northern Arizona University, School of Forestry, United States of America



Impact, diffusion and scaling-up of a comprehensive land-use planning approach in the Philippines – Results from a rigorous impact evaluation

Gerald Leppert

DEval - German Institute for Development Evaluation, Germany



Results from land tenure formalization activities in the Senegal River valley: a mixed-methods evaluation at medium-term

Sarah Hughes, William Valletta

Mathematica Policy Research, United States of America

10:30am
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12:00pm
10-08: Evaluating impacts of tenure interventions
Location: MC 8-100
Chair: Andreas Lange, Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH, Germany
 

Endline evaluation findings for USAID’s responsible land-based investment pilot in Mozambique

Lauren Persha1, Jacob Patterson-Stein2, Sarah Lowery3

1: NORC at the University of Chicago, United States of America; 2: Management Systems International, United States of America; 3: United States Agency for International Development, United States of America



The impacts of Second-Level Land Certification (SLLC) in Ethiopia: empirical evidence using panel data

Hosaena Ghebru1, Fikirte Girmachew2

1: International Food Policy Research Institute, United States of America; 2: Ethiopian Development Research Institute, Ethiopia



Mobilizing for title: A mixed-methods randomized evaluation of a homestead land rights initiative in Bihar, India

Andre Nickow1, Sanjay Kumar2

1: Northwestern University, United States of America; 2: Deshkal Society, India



Certified to stay? Experimental evidence on property rights and migration in Benin

Ioana Botea1, Markus Goldstein1, Kenneth Houngbedji2, Florence Kondylis1, Michael O'Sullivan1, Harris Selod1

1: World Bank, United States of America; 2: Agence Française de Développement, France

2:00pm
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3:30pm
11-08: Improving access to land for the youth
Location: MC 8-100
Chair: Violet Shivutse, HUAIROU COMMISSION, Kenya
 

An assessment of youth land rights in rural Liberia

Elizabeth Louis1, Tasha Heidenrich1, Tizal Mauto1, Emmanuel Urey1, Benjamin Linkow1, Ailey Hughes1, Peter Dolo2

1: Landesa, United States of America; 2: Development Education Network, Liberia



Harnessing the potential for rural youth-inclusive agri-food systems livelihoods: A landscape analysis

Gina Rico Mendez, Mary Read-Wahidi, Kathleen Ragsdale

Mississippi State University, United States of America



Land access and youth spatial and occupational mobility in Africa: the case of Nigeria

Hosaena Ghebru1, Mulubrhan Amare1, George Mavrotas2, Adebayo Ogunniyi2

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


Date: Friday, 29/Mar/2019
9:00am
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10:30am
12-04: Guidelines on resilience and land administration
Location: MC 8-100
 

Guidelines on resilience and land administration

Alvaro Federico Barra

World Bank, United States of America

11:00am
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12:30pm
13-04: "Its4land" - innovative geospatial tools for fit-for-purpose land rights mapping
Location: MC 8-100
 

"Its4land" - innovative geospatial tools for fit-for-purpose land rights mapping

Mila Koeva1, Tarek Zein2, Claudia Stocker1, Sophie Crommelinck1, Joep Crompvoets3, Serene Ho3, Ine Buntinx3, Angela Schwering4, Malumbo Chipofya4, Sahib Jan4, Christian Timm2, Kaspar Kundert5, Placide Nkerabigwi6, Berhanu Alemie7, Robert Wayumba8

1: University of Twente ITC, Netherlands; 2: Hansa Luftbild AG; 3: Katholieke Universiteit Leuven; 4: Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität; 5: Esri Rwanda Ltd; 6: Institute of Applied Sciences INES Rwanda; 7: Bahir Dar University BDU Ethiopia; 8: Technical University Kenya TUK Kenya

1:30pm
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3:00pm
14-04: Practical approaches to implementing and monitoring free, prior and informed consent processes
Location: MC 8-100
Chair: Luis Felipe Duchicela, Equitable Origin, United States of America
 

Practical approaches to implementing and monitoring free, prior and informed consent processes

Soledad Mills, Emma Hague, Luis Felipe Duchicela

Equitable Origin, United States of America