Яндекс.Метрика

METHOD OF INCREASE IN EFFICIENCY OF LAND USE OF COMMON OWNERSHIP


DOI 10.32651/2070-0288-2018-2-36-41

Issue № 2, 2018, article № 5, pages 36-41

Section: Problems of efficient management

Language: Russian

Original language title: МЕТОД ПОВЫШЕНИЯ ЭФФЕКТИВНОСТИ ЗЕМЛЕПОЛЬЗОВАНИЯ ОБЩЕЙ СОБСТВЕННОСТИ

Keywords: METHOD, EFFICIENCY, COMMON OWNERSHIP, SHARED OWNERSHIP, JOINT OWNERSHIP, QUASI-PRIVATE OWNERSHIP, LAND RELATIONS, AGRICULTURAL LAND USE

Abstract: The current state of agricultural land use, characterized by heterogeneity, instability, undefined future development, directs scientific research to achieve its effectiveness by introducing amendments and additions to legislative documents, redistributing financial resources, applying universal instruments for regulating land conservation activities, technical and technological modernization. There arises the need to form a systematic approach to the creation of appropriate methods. The study of law enforcement practice allowed us to determine the possibility of applying regulatory and legal methods to improve the efficiency of agricultural land use. The scientific basis of the method for increasing the efficiency of land use from the composition of agricultural lands in common (shared, joint) landed property contains an algorithm, an arsenal of methodological instruments of impact and the indicators that measure them. Algorithm of the process involves the allocation of three key blocks: the analysis of the subject area - the theoretical level, the analysis of the object - the empirical level, the choice of goals and strategies. The management impact of instruments is manifested through the implementation of legal, administrative, economic and financial aspects. The set of indicators for assessing the effectiveness of impact instruments consists of eight selected elements, including the author's coefficient of completeness of the use of arable land. The developed method assumes its use for increasing the efficiency of land use of common property in agriculture.

Authors: Zavorotin Evgenii Feofanovich, Gordopolova Alla Aleksandrovna, Pototskaia Liudmila Nikolaevna, Tiurina Natalia Sergeevna