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Urban land markets : improving land management for successful urbanization / editors, Somik V. Lall ... [et al.].

By: (4th : Urban Research Symposium (4th : Washington, D.C. : 2007).
Contributor(s): Lall, Somik V [editor.] | Freire, M [editor.] | Yuen, B [editor.] | Rajack, R [editor.] | Helluin, J. -J [editor.].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookDordrecht ; London ; New York : Springer, c2009Description: xxxvii, 408 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781402088612 (hbk.); 1402088612 (hbk.); 1402088620 (ebk.); 9781402088629 (ebk.).Subject(s): Land use, Urban -- Congresses | Land use, Urban -- Economic aspects -- Congresses | City planning -- Congresses | Real estate business -- CongressesDDC classification: 333.3322 URB Online resources: Table of contents
Contents:
Foreword Preface List of Editors and Contributors Acronyms and Abbreviations Introduction: What Do We Know about Urban Land Markets? Part I. Land Markets, Regulation, and Welfare 1. Government Land Use Interventions: An Economic Analysis 2. The Effect of Residential Land Market Regulations on Urban Welfare 3. Land Use Regulation: Transferring Lessons from Developed Economies 4. Making Urban Land Markets Work Better in South African Cities and Towns: Arguing the Basis for Access by the Poor Part II. Land Market Policies and the Urban Poor 5. The Formalization of Urban Land Tenure in Developing Countries 6. Social and Economic Impacts of Land Titling Programs in Urban and Periurban Areas: A Short Review of the Literature 7. Informal Neighborhoods in the Buenos Aires Metropolitan Region: Understanding the Effects of Land Regulation on the Welfare of the Poor 8. Informal Rental Markets: The Low-Quality, High-Price Puzzle in Nairobi's Slums 9. Assessing Benefits of Slum Upgrading Programs in Second-Best Settings 10. Housing Demand, Tenure Choice, and Housing Policy in Brazil 11. Housing Conditions and Income Distribution: Evidence from Sao Paulo Part III. Public Land Management 12. Does Public Ownership and Management of Land Matter for Land Market Outcomes? 13. Taking Land around the World: International Trends in Expropriation for Urban and Infrastructure Projects 14. Guiding Spatial Changes: Singapore Urban Planning 15. Aid, Density, and Urban Form: Anticipating Dakar Index
Summary: This book contains papers presented during the World Bank 4th Urban Research Symposium held in Washington, DC, May 2007, focused on the theme of urban land use and land markets including implications for city spatial growth, efficiency and equity.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

Foreword Preface List of Editors and Contributors Acronyms and Abbreviations Introduction: What Do We Know about Urban Land Markets? Part I. Land Markets, Regulation, and Welfare 1. Government Land Use Interventions: An Economic Analysis 2. The Effect of Residential Land Market Regulations on Urban Welfare 3. Land Use Regulation: Transferring Lessons from Developed Economies 4. Making Urban Land Markets Work Better in South African Cities and Towns: Arguing the Basis for Access by the Poor Part II. Land Market Policies and the Urban Poor 5. The Formalization of Urban Land Tenure in Developing Countries 6. Social and Economic Impacts of Land Titling Programs in Urban and Periurban Areas: A Short Review of the Literature 7. Informal Neighborhoods in the Buenos Aires Metropolitan Region: Understanding the Effects of Land Regulation on the Welfare of the Poor 8. Informal Rental Markets: The Low-Quality, High-Price Puzzle in Nairobi's Slums 9. Assessing Benefits of Slum Upgrading Programs in Second-Best Settings 10. Housing Demand, Tenure Choice, and Housing Policy in Brazil 11. Housing Conditions and Income Distribution: Evidence from Sao Paulo Part III. Public Land Management 12. Does Public Ownership and Management of Land Matter for Land Market Outcomes? 13. Taking Land around the World: International Trends in Expropriation for Urban and Infrastructure Projects 14. Guiding Spatial Changes: Singapore Urban Planning 15. Aid, Density, and Urban Form: Anticipating Dakar Index

This book contains papers presented during the World Bank 4th Urban Research Symposium held in Washington, DC, May 2007, focused on the theme of urban land use and land markets including implications for city spatial growth, efficiency and equity.

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