Land tenure: proceedings of the International Conference on Land Tenure and Related Problems in World Agriculture, held at Madison, Wisconsin, 1951

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Kenneth H. Parsons, Raymond J. Penn, Philip M. Raup
University of Wisconsin Press, 1956 - Law - 739 pages

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Contents

Introduction H Parsons
3
Land and the Future By Willard L Thorp
23
Significance r Can BxSovniD By Clarence J McCormic
30
for Economic G Bennett
36
Development FitzGerald
44
Part HI Opening Remarks by the Chairman Noble Clar
56
Land Tenure HE United Nations and Land Reform By J S Harris
63
Improvements World Land Tenure Problems and the Food and Agricul
69
Climatic Characteristics of Uruguay
251
Sources of Income for 93892 Paraguayan Farms 1953
259
Distribution of Farm Laborers in Paraguay by Nationality and Sex
260
Ponce de Leon
263
Latin America By Alberto ArcaParrd
277
Brazilian Farms According to Types of Exploitation 1940
284
Major Classes of Land Utilization in Brazil 1940
285
Distribution of Land Among Large and SmallScale Units of Operation in Brazil 1940
286

by the Sixth Session of the FAO Conference
77
Opening Remarks by the Chairman Afif Tannous
84
State Domain Lands in Syria
91
Classification of Land in Syria
93
Wahab Ezzat
100
Major Aspects of Land Tenure and Rural Social Struc
111
The Program of Agricultural Development in Turkey
117
Land Utilization in Turkey 1951
118
Cost of Settling One Migrant Family in Turkey
120
Conditions of Farming in Pakistan By M H Sufi
123
in South Asia Problems in Countries with Heavy Pressure of Popula
134
Agricultural Population in British India 1931
135
Composition of Agricultural Population in India
136
Land Reclamation Progress in India
142
Changing Occupational Pattern of the Population of India
143
By Aditya Nath J ha
146
Rehabilitation Grants to Intermediaries in India
149
Land and Thein
153
Occupational Distribution of the Population of Burma 1941
154
Paddy Crop Production in Southeast Asia
155
Ownership and Tenancy Patterns in Upper Burma
160
Ownership and Tenancy Patterns in Lower Burma
162
Southeast Asia Thailand By Theb Semthiti
166
Classification of Land in Cambodia
172
Crop Production in Cambodia 1950
173
Land Utilization in the Philippines
181
Population Density in the Philippines 1939
182
Tenure Classification of Farm Lands in the Philippines
183
Classification of Farms by Size in the Philippines
185
Land Reform in By Tseng Hsiao
209
Grades of Paddy Land with Standard Yields of Rice for Three Selected Localities of Formosa
215
Part VIE Opening Remarks by the Chairman Daniel A Chapman
230
Land Tenures By udviBe Herskovits
239
Classification of Agricultural Land in Chile
247
Number and Percentage of Farms in Brazil According to Tenure
287
Land Tenure in MacGregor
360
Western Europe Land Tenure Issues in Western Europe Since the French
374
The Italian Agrarian Reform By Manlio RossiDoria
390
Some of the Problems of Land Tenure in Eastern Europe
401
Land Problem in Lazar Volin
407
The Role of inse
420
Farming in the The Land Tenure and Agricultural Development in
441
Resettlement Uolevi Pihala
453
of People on Land Tenure Problems in the Resettlement of Refugees
465
Appraising Experiences in the Resettlement of Popula
472
Financing By Siegfried H Palmer
475
Providing Credit for FamilySize Farms Report of
500
Arrangements in CULTURE The British Experience By John Stuart Hill
506
The Place of Tenancy in the Agriculture of The Neth
517
Improving Farm Economies through Regulation of Land
531
Fragmentation of Land Holdings and Measures for Con
543
Aspects of Consolidation Work in The Netherlands
554
Consolidation of Holdings in Sweden By G R Ytterborn
560
Inheritance of the Report of the Wording Party Chairmen Jacob
565
Land Reform and Agricultural Production Report of
575
The Possibilities of Cooperative Farming By S M Ahtar
590
The Cooperative Cooperative Farming in India By M S Menon
597
ening the Position of the Independent Farmer Report
610
through State tives in Germany By Otto Schiller
618
Management Problems of LowIncome Farms Report
627
Lands in Cambodia By Tep Youth
633
On the Making of Tenure Research Surveys Excerpt from
652
Adjustment Xenure Report of the Wording Party Chairmen Marshall
660
Channeling the Desire for Improvement in Tenure
670
Farewell in Madison By Edwin B Fred
684
Notes
699
Index
713
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