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Introduction

  • Jyoti Rao
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Abstract

The introductory chapter initiates the discussion on Sen’s capability theory and its application in the re-examination of value of land to its owner in the context of “functionings.” The chapter states the scope of the book, which is limited to understanding the functionings of land that have been identified as being valuable to landowners in Scotland and are often uncompensated in the process of compulsory acquisition. This is performed through qualitative content analysis (QCA) of 19 relevant case reports from the Lands Tribunal for Scotland. A short description on the method of QCA is presented in this chapter.

Keywords

Capability Functionings Property rights Compulsory purchase Compensation Market value Compulsory acquisition 

Bibliography

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  3. Rao, J., Tiwari, P., & Hutchison, N. E. (2017). Capability Approach to Compulsory Purchase Compensation: Evidence of the Functionings of Land Identified by Affected Landowners in Scotland. Journal of Property Research, 34(3), 305–324.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Jyoti Rao
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  1. 1.University of MelbourneMelbourneAustralia

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