The aim of this study is to find out the main tendencies of academic studies on land consolidation and it is supposed to shed light on studies of researchers who think about studying on this field. To accomplish this purpose, 92 academic studies published between 2000 and 2015 were examined by using content analysis method. These 92 academic studies are composed of 11 phd thesis, 35 master thesis and 46 articles, published on national/international magazines, all of these were prepared by Turkish researchers. With the help of content analysis method, distribution of issues by years, university, occupation of the researchers and topics was examined and categorized. As a conclusion, it was found out that effects of land consodilation on fragmentation of land, the number of parcels and average parcel size were the most investigated subjects. In addition to this it was determined that agricultural engineers who are researchers produced publications more than geomatic engineers as researchers.