Al-ossmi, Laith Hady and Ahmed, V 2016, 'Land tenures and the administrative authorities: quantitative data from the recent Iraqi' , in: I. International city planning and urban design conference On cities and city plans: the past and the future , DAKAM (Eastern Mediterranean Academic Research Center), pp. 541-556.
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The efficiency in the Land Tenure Security (LTS) has become an incentive way in securing and registering land users’ rights because of the high role in managing and monitoring these rights. The paper is motivated by the current situation in Iraq and the private rights associated with tenure security under institutional capability in Iraq. This paper is based on case study research on LTS in urban areas in Iraq, including key informant interviews with stakeholder’s samples for and viability of Quantitative indicators on LTS in the recent Iraq. To achieve this, a survey was undertaken targeted at land users in the case study sample in Al-Nassiriya city. In this context, the quantitative analysis of the survey’ responses revealed partial findings for the paper’s objectives. The Cronbach’s alpha (α) analysis was conducted to examine the reliability of variables in the case study sample. In this paper, the consequences are not just academic: the lack of measurement is broadly linked to the insecurity situation in Iraq, also less official attention and support for LTS and its administration; all reduced the study scope. The paper’s findings helped to highlight the factors that contribute to the Iraqi Land Authorities (ILAs) and to assess the current level of success.
|Item Type:||Book Section|
|Schools:||Schools > School of the Built Environment|
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|Publisher:||DAKAM (Eastern Mediterranean Academic Research Center)|
|Depositing User:||Laith Al-ossmi|
|Date Deposited:||27 Jun 2016 09:52|
|Last Modified:||22 Sep 2016 12:22|
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