Originally published in 1985, Land Rent, Housing and Urban Planning looks at the crucial social relationships associated with land ownership, and how these have played a crucial role in the economic development of many societies. The understanding of these relationships within modern capitalist societies has proved difficult. Land ownership relations emerge as requiring specific historical analysis for specific periods and societies and as being integral aspects of the capitalist mode of production as a whole – not merely mechanisms which redistribute some independently-determined surplus.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
part One|21 pages
part Two|103 pages
The Social Relations of Land Development: A European Perspective
part Three|61 pages
The Debate over Marx’s Theory of Rent
part Four|28 pages