TOR WS 4.1 What future vision for land and cities

Land management is the spatial dimension of the process to manage a country’s transformation. Here we refer to measures aimed at creating and controlling space organization; that is, “the creation and control of spatial forms, their functions and spatial distribution, as well as certain processes, such as spatial concentration and dispersion, which shape space organization in its origins and dynamics.” Land management is a means by which one facilitates the creation and maintenance of economic and social differences. “It is the management of spatial differences” (Correa, 1992).