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Companion to planning in the Global South / edited by Gautam Bhan, Smita Srinivas & Vanessa Watsan.

Contributor(s): Bhan, Gautam [editor.] | Srinivas, Smita [editor.] | Watson, Vanessa [editor.].
Publisher: Hyderabad : Orient Blackswan, c2018Description: xviii, 396 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9789352872930 (hbk.).Subject(s): Regional planning -- Developing countries | City planning -- Developing countries | Economic development -- Developing countries | Urban policy -- Developing countriesDDC classification: 307.1209724 COM
Contents:
1.Spatial rationalities and the possibilities for planning in the New Urban Agenda for Sustainable Development /​ Susan Parnell 2.Growth and inclusion in the mega-cities of India, South Africa and Brazil /​ Patrick Heller 3.Urban planning at a crossroads: a critical assessment of Brazil's City Statute, 15 years later /​ Edesio Fernandes 4.African urbanisation and democratisation: public policy, planning and public administration dilemmas /​ Dele Olowu 5.Data on rapidly growing cities: lessons from planning and public policies for housing precarity in Brazil /​ Eduardo Marques 6.A `peripheries' view of planning failures in Kolkata and Hyderabad in India /​ Sudeshna Mitra pt. II Economy and economic actors 7.Urbanisation and development: reinforcing the foundations /​ Ivan Turok 8.Planning Special Economic Zones in China /​ Qianqi Shen Contents note continued: 9.Planning in the midst of informality: an application to youth employment programmes in Egypt /​ Ragui Assaad 10.No global South in economic development /​ Smita Srinivas 11.The informal economy in cities of the global South: challenges to the planning lexicon /​ Vanessa Watson 12.Urban finance: strengthening an overlooked foundation of urban planning /​ Paul Smoke pt. III New drivers of change: ecology, infrastructure and technology 13.Urban climate adaptation in the global South: justice and inclusive development in a new planning domain /​ Debra Roberts 14.Social-environmental dilemmas of planning an `ecological civilisation' in China /​ Jia-Ching Chen 15.Open space provision and environmental preservation strategies: a case study in Brazil /​ Monica A. Haddad 16.Cities, planning and urban food poverty in Africa /​ Jane Batters 17.Technology and spatial governance in cities of the global South /​ Nancy Odendaal Contents note continued: 18.Balancing accessibility with aspiration: challenges in urban transport planning in the global South /​ Anjali Mahendra pt. IV Landscapes of citizenship 19.`Terra nullius' and planning: land, law and identity in Israel/​Palestine /​ Oren Yiftachel 20.The intent to reside: residence in the auto-constructed city /​ Aromar Revi 21.Living as logistics: tenuous struggles in the remaking of collective urban life /​ AbdouMaliq Simone 22.Informal worker organising and mobilisation: linking global with local advocacy /​ Rhonda Douglas 23.Is there a typical urban violence? /​ Alexandra Velasco 24.Urban upgrading to reduce violence in informal settlements: the case of violence prevention through urban upgrading (VPUU) in Monwabisi Park, Cape Town, South Africa /​ Elena Reyes 25.Starting from here: challenges in planning for better health care in Tanzania /​ Paula Tibandehage pt. V Planning pedagogies Contents note continued: 26.Learning from the city: a politics of urban learning in planning /​ Colin McFarlane 27.Campus in Camps: knowledge production and urban interventions in refugee camps /​ Alessandro Petti 28.At the coalface, take 3: re-imagining community-university engagements from here /​ Tanja Winkler 29.Co-learning the city: towards a pedagogy of poly-learning and planning praxis /​ Christopher Yap 30.Learning to learn again: restoring relevance to development experiments through a whole systems approach /​ Jigar Bhatt.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

1.Spatial rationalities and the possibilities for planning in the New Urban Agenda for Sustainable Development /​ Susan Parnell
2.Growth and inclusion in the mega-cities of India, South Africa and Brazil /​ Patrick Heller
3.Urban planning at a crossroads: a critical assessment of Brazil's City Statute, 15 years later /​ Edesio Fernandes
4.African urbanisation and democratisation: public policy, planning and public administration dilemmas /​ Dele Olowu
5.Data on rapidly growing cities: lessons from planning and public policies for housing precarity in Brazil /​ Eduardo Marques
6.A `peripheries' view of planning failures in Kolkata and Hyderabad in India /​ Sudeshna Mitra
pt. II Economy and economic actors
7.Urbanisation and development: reinforcing the foundations /​ Ivan Turok
8.Planning Special Economic Zones in China /​ Qianqi Shen
Contents note continued: 9.Planning in the midst of informality: an application to youth employment programmes in Egypt /​ Ragui Assaad
10.No global South in economic development /​ Smita Srinivas
11.The informal economy in cities of the global South: challenges to the planning lexicon /​ Vanessa Watson
12.Urban finance: strengthening an overlooked foundation of urban planning /​ Paul Smoke
pt. III New drivers of change: ecology, infrastructure and technology
13.Urban climate adaptation in the global South: justice and inclusive development in a new planning domain /​ Debra Roberts
14.Social-environmental dilemmas of planning an `ecological civilisation' in China /​ Jia-Ching Chen
15.Open space provision and environmental preservation strategies: a case study in Brazil /​ Monica A. Haddad
16.Cities, planning and urban food poverty in Africa /​ Jane Batters
17.Technology and spatial governance in cities of the global South /​ Nancy Odendaal
Contents note continued: 18.Balancing accessibility with aspiration: challenges in urban transport planning in the global South /​ Anjali Mahendra
pt. IV Landscapes of citizenship
19.`Terra nullius' and planning: land, law and identity in Israel/​Palestine /​ Oren Yiftachel
20.The intent to reside: residence in the auto-constructed city /​ Aromar Revi
21.Living as logistics: tenuous struggles in the remaking of collective urban life /​ AbdouMaliq Simone
22.Informal worker organising and mobilisation: linking global with local advocacy /​ Rhonda Douglas
23.Is there a typical urban violence? /​ Alexandra Velasco
24.Urban upgrading to reduce violence in informal settlements: the case of violence prevention through urban upgrading (VPUU) in Monwabisi Park, Cape Town, South Africa /​ Elena Reyes
25.Starting from here: challenges in planning for better health care in Tanzania /​ Paula Tibandehage
pt. V Planning pedagogies
Contents note continued: 26.Learning from the city: a politics of urban learning in planning /​ Colin McFarlane
27.Campus in Camps: knowledge production and urban interventions in refugee camps /​ Alessandro Petti
28.At the coalface, take 3: re-imagining community-university engagements from here /​ Tanja Winkler
29.Co-learning the city: towards a pedagogy of poly-learning and planning praxis /​ Christopher Yap
30.Learning to learn again: restoring relevance to development experiments through a whole systems approach /​ Jigar Bhatt.

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