Topical Issues of Management of Land Surveying Works on the Modern Stage

Author(s):  E.V. Ryaplova, no, no, RUDN University (Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia), Moscow, Russia,

B.E. Bondarev, candidate of Sciences, associate Professor, RUDN University (Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia), Moscow, Russia,

Y.V. Urazova, no, no, RUDN University (Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia), Voronezh, Russia

Issue:  Volume 43, № 2

Rubric:  Earth sciences

Annotation:  The definition of management is given in the economic literature as follows: management is the direct management of production, a system of principles, methods, means and forms of management that are specifically designed to be used in order to increase the productivity of production in developed countries. It is worth noting the differences between land management and conventional management, and they consist in the fact that in uncertain situations, managers and subordinates have a high degree of freedom. Prior to this, the management of the use of the earth's resources, which was formed under the administrative system, was created, on the contrary, on the global limitation of such freedom and the thought of predetermination of the main events and processes on earth for a long time to come with the help of all-encompassing Central planning. Due to the fact that there was no market land management was simply not needed, and the training of specialists (cadastral, land surveyors, etc.) – considered a great luxury. The study of land management is very necessary at the present time. It should be noted that the specificity of land management largely determines the object of management, and its features. It follows that the content of this topic can not be fully disclosed without the concept of the control object. The article analyzes the system of modern management of land management.

Keywords:  land management, specifics of land management, features of land management, object and subject of land management, schemes of territorial planning, problems of management of land management works.

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