Land resources , Microeconomics

Land Resources

Common property land resource refers to lands identified with a specific type of property rights. The common lands covered in the National Sample Survey (NSS) enquiry are

  1. Panchayat lands
  2. Government revenue lands
  3. Village common lands
  4. Village thrashing lands
  5. Unclassified forest lands
  6. Woodlands
  7. Wastelands
  8. River banks

Lands belonging to other households used as commons.

 

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