A framework for benchmarking land administration systems
AuthorSteudler, D.; Williamson, I. P.
Source TitleProceedings, of XXII FIG International Congress
AffiliationEngineering: Department of Geomatics
Document TypeConference Paper
CitationsSteudler, D. and Williamson, I. P. (2002) A framework for benchmarking land administration systems, in Proceedings, of XXII FIG International Congress, Washington DC, U.S.A.
Access StatusOpen Access
Currently there are no internationally accepted methodologies to measure and compare theperformance of land administration systems. This is partly because land administration systemsare in constant reform, and probably more importantly, they are part of the different nationalidentities representing the societies' perceptions of land. This paper describes a researchproject, which aims to develop a framework to measure and compare the performanceof land administration systems. The research is of particular relevance since it develops amanagement model which links the operational aspects of land administration to the strategieson policy level, which increasingly focus on sustainable development. This researchproject (2000-2003) is being carried out at the Department of Geomatics of the University ofMelbourne, Australia with sponsorship from Land Victoria, Government of Victoria, Australiaand from the University of Melbourne.
KeywordsLand administration system; benchmarking; performance indicators.
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