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Introduction to the ARES Monograph on Indigenous Peoples and Real Estate Valuation

  • Robert A. Simons
  • Rachel Malmgren
  • Garrick Small
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Part of the Research Issues in Real Estate book series (RIRE, volume 10)

The American Real Estate Society (ARES) sponsored this monograph dedicated to Indigenous Peoples and Real Estate Valuation. A variety of indigenous property topics and issues affecting numerous countries is presented here. From the issues caused by spread of cities into indigenously owned land, to issues of land claims of former indigenously occupied land, this monograph covers several property issues that have emerged throughout the world. Indigenous Peoples and Real Estate Valuation provides 12 chapters by 14 different authors that include timely research on these complex topics and also some policy suggestions and case studies that can be of use to government leaders, developers, lenders, urban planners, and industry professionals.

When two or more different systems of property ownership or rights come together, issues and even conflicts are bound to surface. In many parts of the world, particularly in developing countries, this is becoming a big problem, while in other parts of the...

Keywords

Indigenous People Land Ownership Urban Fringe Property Issue Land Claim 
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References

  1. Abdulai, Raymond T. and Issaka E. Ndekugri (2008). “Indigenous Landholding Institutions as an Impediment to Economic Use of Land: Case Studies of Tamale and Bolgatanga in Ghana”, ARES Research Monograph on Indigenous Peoples and Real Estate Valuation.Google Scholar
  2. Aluko, Bioye Tajudeen, Emmanuel Olufemi Omisore and Abdula Rasheed Amid (2008). “Valuation of Yoruba Sacred Shrines, Monuments and Groves for Compensation”, ARES Research Monograph on Indigenous Peoples and Real Estate Valuation.Google Scholar
  3. Ghyoot, Valmond (2008). “Land Restitution and Restitution Valuation in South Africa”, ARES Research Monograph on Indigenous Peoples and Real Estate Valuation.Google Scholar
  4. Isakson, Hans and Shauntreis Sproles (2008). “A Brief History of Native American Land Ownership”, ARES Research Monograph on Indigenous Peoples and Real Estate Valuation.Google Scholar
  5. Iwarere, L. Jide (2008). “Property Rights and Land Market Dynamics: An Economic Interpretation of Indigenous Land Tenure Transformation Process in Nigeria”, ARES Research Monograph on Indigenous Peoples and Real Estate Valuation.Google Scholar
  6. Roulac, Stephen E. (2008). “The 21st Century Property Challenge: Reconciling Spirituality, Sacred Places and Profit-Seeking Property Involvements”, ARES Research Monograph on Indigenous Peoples and Real Estate Valuation.Google Scholar
  7. Simons, Robert A. and Rachel Malmgren (2008). “This Land Is Your Land, This Land Is My Land: Toward a Global Analysis of Indigenous Tribal Land Claims”, ARES Research Monograph on Indigenous Peoples and Real Estate Valuation.Google Scholar
  8. Simons, Robert A. and Francois Viruly (2008). “Real Estate Practices Among Indigenous Peoples in South Africa: A Clash of Property Systems on the Urban Fringe”, ARES Research Monograph on Indigenous Peoples and Real Estate Valuation.Google Scholar
  9. Simons, Robert A. and Shwetha H. Pai (2008). “Indigenous Land Claims in Canada: a Retrospective Analysis”, ARES Research Monograph on Indigenous Peoples and Real Estate Valuation.Google Scholar
  10. Small, Garrick (2008). “A Just Integration of Western and Customary Land Rights in Australia”, ARES Research Monograph on Indigenous Peoples and Real Estate Valuation.Google Scholar
  11. Small, Garrick and Sheehan John (2008). “The Metaphysics of Indigenous Ownership: Why Indigenous Ownership is Incomparable to Western Conceptions of Property Value”, ARES Research Monograph on Indigenous Peoples and Real Estate Valuation.Google Scholar

Copyright information

© Springer Science+Business Media, LLC 2008

Authors and Affiliations

  • Robert A. Simons
    • 1
  • Rachel Malmgren
  • Garrick Small
  1. 1.Cleveland State UniversityLevin College of Urban AffairsClevelandUSA

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