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The role of institutional approach management processes in the formation of environmentally safe and highly efficient agricultural land use

TL;DR: In this paper , the management processes based on the institutional approach to agricultural land use management were analyzed and found that so far there have been no changes in priorities in these processes, due to the crisis situation in such land use.
Abstract: The article analyzes the management processes based on the institutional approach to agricultural land use management and finds that so far there have been no changes in priorities in these processes, due to the crisis situation in such land use. It is substantiated that institutional support for the development of highly efficient and environmentally friendly agricultural land use is achieved through management processes aimed at the formation, full functionality and legitimacy of such institutions as: Institute of Land Management, Institute of State Land Cadastre, Institute of Land Valuation, Institute of Land Use Monitoring that complement and characterize each other. In this regard, the institutional framework for reforming land relations in terms of a deeper understanding of management phenomena, processes to ensure the implementation of social, economic and environmental values in society and ensure systemic development of land use should be changed. As the main tools for achieving highly efficient and environmentally friendly agricultural land use, public authorities should first of all produce universally binding socially necessary clearly defined requirements, norms, rules and regulations and monitor their strict implementation by economic entities. It is proved that the chosen approach reflects the needs of society in this area.
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03 Mar 2021
TL;DR: In this article, the authors study the current development of land organization and land planning in Ukraine on the basis of the latest institutional and behavioral economic theory and substantiate that land planning activity is a socioeconomic institution that provides trust, understanding and manageability for users of land information about the facts and processes of organizations (institutions).
Abstract: . Land planning specialization of land relations and land use system has significantly strengthened the role and place of land planning activities in the development of the country's economy and its territories. However, the theory of land organization and land planning does not keep up with the demands of practice. The functions, subject and objects of land organization and land planning are declared to a limited extent. Therefore, the purpose of the study is to substantiate the current development of land organization and land planning in Ukraine on the basis of the latest institutional and behavioral economic theory. It is substantiated that land planning activity is a socio-economic institution that provides trust, understanding and in the socio-economic area, through professional processing, submission and interpretation for users of land information about the facts and processes of organizations (institutions). In the narrow sense the land planning is the Institution of transformation using specific methods, rules (its formal component) and professional skills and judgments (informal component of the institution) of land managing facts in the language of numbers for understanding and manageability of all subjects of the socio-economic area. In a broad sense, land planning as an institution forms a certain face of land-tenure and land-use, state land institutions, public and other organizations (institutes) who organize and manage the use and protection of land and other natural resources and provide important informational content of local, regional, national and global socio-economic areas. The institution of land planning is primarily characterized by the state of the informal component, its ability to influence the adoption and compliance with the «rules of the game» through «organizations-institutions» (primarily associations of professional land surveyors). Influence the effective representation of management and economic activities related to land in society. This increase in theoretical ideas opens up new ways to develop land planning and, consequently, land reform measures. Its scientific and legal components («rules of the game») are increasingly based on ideas, the influence of the professional environment, which should become more and more organizationally united. On the other hand, the institutional theory of land planning opens the possibility and substantiates the need for the use of state regulatory bodies, scientific schools, professional associations of land surveyors, the ideology of «land planning engineering» and «land planning imperialism» in land policy. Keywords . Institutional theory, land organization, land planning, land planning science, land planning activities.

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25 Nov 2020
TL;DR: The goals and objectives of land monitoring and quality control are substantiated soils, including monitoring the economic and legal status of lands, their circulation and quality of soils, assessment and forecast of changes to ensure the organs public administration and local government relevant information for development of proposals and implementation of measures to prevent negative phenomena and trends in land use.
Abstract: The goals and objectives of land monitoring and quality control are substantiated soils, including monitoring the economic and legal status of lands, their circulation and quality of soils, assessment and forecast of changes to ensure the organs public administration and local government relevant information for development of proposals and implementation of measures to prevent negative phenomena and trends in land use. The need to introduce a land monitoring system is due to: systematic deterioration of the quantitative accounting of lands, the actual lack of accounting quality of land, the requirements for the development of market land relations. The necessity of taking into account the principles and standards of the national is substantiated geospatial data infrastructure. The directions in which the results are formed are formed land monitoring can be used to regulate land relations and making management decisions regarding land use and the formation of turnover land plots. Among the key issues to consider when creating a system land monitoring, identified: the need for information technology, list of monitoring objects; attribute data of monitoring objects; unified standards and data formats; credibility and updating tools data, including by detecting anomalies and correcting errors in the data; mechanisms of information interaction between all participants of the monitoring process.

3 citations