European Union Accession and Land Tenure Data in Central and Eastern Europe   
Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO)   
The European Union (EU) has embarked upon a major expansion into Central and Eastern Europe, with eight countries from the region becoming members in 2004, two more expected to become members in 2007, and a process established by which the countries of the Western Balkans can eventually accede to the EU. As part of their necessary transition from centrally planned to market economies, the countries of Central and Eastern Europe need to meet EU requirements for monitoring land tenure and use. This policy paper explores the issues for land tenure data in this context and makes recommendations for suitable approaches for the countries in EU accession. It will be of particular interest to policy-makers and their advisers in Central and Easter Europe.

FAO Land Tenure Policy Series No. 1
 Publish Date: 5/24/2006  Collation: 40p. Binding: Paperback
 ISBN: 9789251054970  Price: $18.00
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