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FUTURE OF PROPERTY RIGHTS

A Mobile Application to Secure Land Tenure

Data collection apps make cheap, crowdsourced data collection more feasible than ever—but how does that translate to developing countries?

FUTURE OF PROPERTY RIGHTS
A Mobile Application to Secure Land Tenure

Data collection apps make cheap, crowdsourced data collection more feasible than ever—but how does that translate to developing countries?


FUTURE OF PROPERTY RIGHTS
Prerequisites for Incorporating Blockchain into a Registry

Growing interest in using the blockchain to secure a land registry merits a deeper discussion of the concept.


FUTURE OF PROPERTY RIGHTS
Event Recap: Driving Change, Securing Tenure

The Future of Property Rights hosted collaborative event focused on innovations in property rights.


FUTURE OF PROPERTY RIGHTS
The Price of Precision: How Autonomous Vehicles Will Drive Down the Cost of Dual-Frequency Satellite Receivers

Investment in autonomous vehicles will reduce the cost of dual-frequency GNSS receivers by a factor of ten within the next five years.


FUTURE OF PROPERTY RIGHTS
Will Blockchain Work in Ukraine?

Could blockchain help reduce corruption in Ukraine? We look at a few other examples.


FUTURE OF PROPERTY RIGHTS
Can the Blockchain Reduce Property Fraud?

FUTURE OF PROPERTY RIGHTS
Case Study: Property Rights and Stability in Afghanistan

ISP Fellow John Dempsey describes how a brief assignment to resettle refugees turned into years of property rights work in Afghanistan.


FUTURE OF PROPERTY RIGHTS
5 Myths About Blockchains

This is 1. going to happen soon, 2. just a new hammer looking for a nail, 3. unsafe, 4. THE, 5. out of control.


FUTURE OF PROPERTY RIGHTS
Peering into the Future: How Dual-Frequency Satellite Receivers Will Democratize Land Surveying

Delineating one person’s property from another’s is a serious technical challenge and a prerequisite for granting secure legal titles.


FUTURE OF PROPERTY RIGHTS
Why Property Rights Matter

Property rights - the clear articulation of who has what rights to which property - are indispensable for prosperous societies.


Stephen Miller’s Kitchen Sink Approach to Justifying the Travel Ban

Trump's Travel Ban Would Not Have Prevented a Single Death From Jihadist Terror