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meshkini A, normohamadi M. Model for Policy Making regarding Government Intervention in urban land management of Iran (Case study: Tehran). MJSP 2015; 19 (1) :181-210
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Urban land management is one of the key areas to achieve sustainable development in the countries. Governments to achieve sustainable development goals have to take specific policies appropriate to conditions of the countries and their communities. In This paper the urban land management studies has been surveyed by using Grounded Theory method as a method of qualitative research(by Using Software of Atlas.Ti)and coding method of information. This research wants to investigate government intervention in the urban land management. The main research questions are: 1) what are the reasons for the ineffectiveness of the policies of government intervention in urban land management and why? 2) What is Suitable model for appropriate government intervention in the urban land management? To answer this question, a combination of quantitative methods - qualitative survey was used. The results indicate that the absence clear vision, and consequently uncoordinated policies and institutions, Centralized and non-participatory decision-making, And high incumbency without the necessary institutional capacity are reasons for the ineffectiveness of policy –making in urban land management. Therefore suitable model for appropriate government intervention in the urban land management is the integrated management of urban land based on ( Formulate a clear vision, and integrated strategic policy, and delegation of authority to the lowest level of local institutions along with the capacity building)
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Received: 2013/04/27 | Accepted: 2014/10/18 | Published: 2015/06/22

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