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Borodina, O.M. (2022). Book 2: Guaranteeing the Basic Rights of Peasants and Spatial Justice in Land Market Liberalization in Ukraine.In Spatial Justice in Land Use and Sustainable Rural Development (in 2  books).National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine, SI “Institute for Economics and Forecasting of the NAS of Ukraine”.

ISBN 978-966-02-9635-0 (General, Electronic Edition)

ISBN 978-966-02-9973-3 (Book 2, Electronic Edition)

The study substantiates the essence and scientific-applied principles of realizing the right of peasants to land as the basis for achieving spatial justice in land use and ensuring the sustainable rural development; reveals the features and consequences of the egalitarian and liberal-market approaches to reforming land tenure; develops a conceptual framework for land policy based on a human rights approach, where the right to land is defined as a portal for the realization of other basic rights of peasants; summarizes the historical and economic prerequisites for the capitalization of land resources; investigates the current state of development of land tenure and population of rural areas; outlines spatial inequalities in the distribution of agricultural lands and financial-economic, socio-economic and ecological aspects of the realization of peasants’ rights to land; identifies opportunities for using communal land to strengthen spatial justice by ensuring basic human rights and rural communities; reveals external driving forces of modern domestic land use and investment activity in rural areas; suggests directions for improving spatial development based on the principles of justice in the implementation of land policy in Ukraine, highlighting the UN human rights approach, anti-corruption initiatives, measures to prevent social conflicts and investment failures; develops organizational and legal mechanisms of state support for ensuring the rights of peasants and local communities in the conditions of land market liberalization. For scientists, politicians, employees of state administration and local self-government, teachers, graduate students, and students of universities of humanitarian profile.