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Ryszard Źróbek

Bio: Ryszard Źróbek is an academic researcher from University of Warmia and Mazury in Olsztyn. The author has contributed to research in topics: Real estate & Land administration. The author has an hindex of 9, co-authored 48 publications receiving 302 citations.

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TL;DR: The aim of this article was to analyse and to evaluate the Polish cadastral system based on the proposed universal method for evaluating cadastrals, and to identify the system’s strengths and weaknesses.

37 citations

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TL;DR: In this paper, the authors present real estate management as a system and specify all its constituent parts, and present a comparison of good governance principles and chosen procedures as well as their execution in different countries.

33 citations

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TL;DR: In this paper, the authors analyze the architecture of the Polish Land Administration System (LAS) and the public administration's demand for real estate data with the aim of achieving good governance and discuss public administration processes where the LAS can be used extensively.

24 citations

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TL;DR: In this paper, the global idea of building state land administration systems was to determine the infrastructures for the implementation of land policies and land management strategies in support of sustainable development.
Abstract: The global idea of building state Land Administration Systems was to determine the infrastructures for the implementation of land policies and land management strategies in support of sustainable development. This new paradigm in science has directed many studies towards the development of concepts for the integration of various spatial information systems in the framework of interoperable infrastructures. Each infrastructure includes institutional arrangements, a legal framework, processes, standards, land information, management and dissemination systems, and technologies required to support allocation, land markets, valuation, control of use, and development of interests in land.

20 citations

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01 Jan 2014
TL;DR: In this paper, the authors present proposals of the cadastral system modernization in the technology development aspect, which have appeared in the international scientific forum since paradigm “Cadastre 2014”.
Abstract: The dynamic development of modern information technology (IT) directly affects the development of cadastral systems. These specialized information systems should adapt modern technical and technological solutions arising from the operational requirements of their functionality. Technological progress also relates surveying instruments and geodesy methods of measurement and analyzes of data in the field. The paper presents proposals of the cadastral system modernization in the technology development aspect, which have appeared in the international scientific forum since paradigm “Cadastre 2014”. Authors have determined the direction of cadastre development in the context of technology evolution.

17 citations


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TL;DR: In this article, the authors present the local approach for ecological footprint assessment and its potential to use for ECC assessment at local (i.e., city) level for the Polish city of Wroclaw in Central Eastern Europe for the year 2016.

75 citations

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11 Mar 2020-Land
TL;DR: In this article, the impact of labor migration on the land transfer of farmers was analyzed using the survey data on dynamic migration of the Chinese labor force in 2014, using the iv-probit and iv-tobit models.
Abstract: Labor force rural-urban migration will lead to changes to the land use patterns of farmers. Using the survey data on dynamic migration of the Chinese labor force in 2014, iv-probit and iv-tobit models were used to analyze the impact of labor migration on the land transfer of farmers. The results show that: (1) Off-farm employment would significantly impact land transfer of farmers and the results are robust. With every 10% increase in the proportion of off-farm employment of farmers, the average probability of rent-in land of farmers decreases by 1.55%, and the average transfer in land area of farmers decreased by 1.04%. Similarly, with every 10% increase in the proportion of off-farm employment of farmers, the average probability of rent-out land of farmers increases by 4.77%, and the average transfer out land area of farmers increases by 3.98%. (2) Part-time employment also has a significant impact on land transfer of farmers, but the impact of part-time employment on land transfer in is not robust. Specifically, with every 10% increase in part-farm employment, the average probability of rent-out land of farmers increases by 7.64%, and the average transfer out land area of farmers increases by 6.85%.

59 citations

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TL;DR: In this paper, the authors present the results of detailed analysis of literature concerning problematic areas and develop the concept of alternative management of agricultural problem areas in the process of the development of a land consolidation project.

48 citations

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01 Jul 2020-Land
TL;DR: Kowalewski et al. as mentioned in this paper presented the results of an extensive (840-page) report of the Committee on National Spatial Development of the Polish Academy of Sciences, entitled Studies on Spatial Chaos.
Abstract: This paper is based on the results of an extensive (840-page) report of the Committee on National Spatial Development of the Polish Academy of Sciences, entitled Studies on Spatial Chaos (edited by A. Kowalewski, T, Markowski and P. Śleszynski—Studia KPZK PAN, vol. 182, Warsaw 2018—in Polish). Its aim was to conduct a comprehensive and detailed study on the problem of spatial chaos (spatial disorder), including an estimate of economic costs in Poland. For this purpose, literature was queried (articles and reports, etc.) and special analyses were prepared for this purpose. The total annual costs of spatial chaos were estimated at not less than 20 billion euros per year. The conclusions also proposed solutions and suggestions (for the government and local governments), which may reduce the acute costs of spatial chaos in society and economy.

48 citations