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Urban imperative : towards competitive cities / Glaeser, Edward, Abha Hoshi-Ghani.

By: Glaeser, Edward.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookNew Delhi : Oxford University Press, 2015Description: xlvii, 463 pages : illustrations (black and white), maps (black and white) ; 23 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9780199457779 (hbk.); 0199457779 (hbk.).Subject(s): Urbanization -- Developing countries -- Finance | City planning -- Developing countries -- Finance | Urban economicsDDC classification: 307.76091724 URB Online resources: Table of contents
Contents:
List of Tables, Figures, Boxes, and Maps ; Preface ; Acknowledgments ; Rethinking Cities ; Edward Glaeser and Abha Joshi-Ghani ; 1 URBANIZATION AS OPPORTUNITY - BRANDON FULLER AND PAUL ROMER ; 2 THE SHIFTING URBAN ECONOMIC LANDSCAPE: WHAT DOES IT MEAN FOR CITIES? - RICHARD DOBBS AND JAANA REMES ; 3 URBANIZATION AND THE GEOGRAPHY OF DEVELOPMENT - J. VERNON HENDERSON ; 4 ANALYZING URBAN SYSTEMS: HAVE MEGACITIES BECOME TOO LARGE? - KLAUS DESMET AND ESTEBAN ROSSI-HANSBERG ; 5 ARE CITIES THE NEW GROWTH ESCALATOR? - ENRICO MORETTI ; 6 ENTREPRENEURSHIP, PUBLIC POLICY, AND CITIES - JOSHUA LERNER ; 7 URBANIZATION AND (IN)FORMALIZATION - EJAZ GHANI AND RAVI KANBUR ; 8 BRIDGING DIVIDES: ENABLING URBAN CAPABILITIES - SASKIA SASSEN ; 9 TH E GREAT MIGRATION: URBAN ASPIRATIONS - MICHAEL KEITH ; 10 INFRASTRUCTURE: DOING MORE WITH LESS - JONATHAN WOETZEL AND HERBERT POHL ; 11 URBAN TRANSPORT: CAN PUBLIC-PRIVATE PARTNERSHIPS WORK? - EDUARDO ENGEL AND ALEXANDER GALETOVIC512 ; 12 SUSTAINABLE AND SMART CITIES - MATTHEW E. KAHN ; 13 HOUSING MATTERS - SONIA HAMMAM ; 14 CONVERTING LAND INTO AFF ORDABLE HOUSING FLOOR SPACE - ALAIN BERTAUD ; 15 HOUSING AND URBANIZATION IN AFRICA: UNLEASHING A FORMAL MARKET PROCESS - PAUL COLLIER AND ANTHONY J. VENABLES ; Index ; About the Editors and Contributors
Open Knowledge RepositorySummary: The volume emphasizes the need to rethink cities and to imagine a better urban future by providing the reader with diverse perspectives on urbanization such as the changing economic landscape, city competitiveness, entrepreneurship, inclusion, informality, sustainability, and provision of essential services.
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List of Tables, Figures, Boxes, and Maps ; Preface ; Acknowledgments ; Rethinking Cities ; Edward Glaeser and Abha Joshi-Ghani ; 1 URBANIZATION AS OPPORTUNITY - BRANDON FULLER AND PAUL ROMER ; 2 THE SHIFTING URBAN ECONOMIC LANDSCAPE: WHAT DOES IT MEAN FOR CITIES? - RICHARD DOBBS AND JAANA REMES ; 3 URBANIZATION AND THE GEOGRAPHY OF DEVELOPMENT - J. VERNON HENDERSON ; 4 ANALYZING URBAN SYSTEMS: HAVE MEGACITIES BECOME TOO LARGE? - KLAUS DESMET AND ESTEBAN ROSSI-HANSBERG ; 5 ARE CITIES THE NEW GROWTH ESCALATOR? - ENRICO MORETTI ; 6 ENTREPRENEURSHIP, PUBLIC POLICY, AND CITIES - JOSHUA LERNER ; 7 URBANIZATION AND (IN)FORMALIZATION - EJAZ GHANI AND RAVI KANBUR ; 8 BRIDGING DIVIDES: ENABLING URBAN CAPABILITIES - SASKIA SASSEN ; 9 TH E GREAT MIGRATION: URBAN ASPIRATIONS - MICHAEL KEITH ; 10 INFRASTRUCTURE: DOING MORE WITH LESS - JONATHAN WOETZEL AND HERBERT POHL ; 11 URBAN TRANSPORT: CAN PUBLIC-PRIVATE PARTNERSHIPS WORK? - EDUARDO ENGEL AND ALEXANDER GALETOVIC512 ; 12 SUSTAINABLE AND SMART CITIES - MATTHEW E. KAHN ; 13 HOUSING MATTERS - SONIA HAMMAM ; 14 CONVERTING LAND INTO AFF ORDABLE HOUSING FLOOR SPACE - ALAIN BERTAUD ; 15 HOUSING AND URBANIZATION IN AFRICA: UNLEASHING A FORMAL MARKET PROCESS - PAUL COLLIER AND ANTHONY J. VENABLES ; Index ; About the Editors and Contributors

The volume emphasizes the need to rethink cities and to imagine a better urban future by providing the reader with diverse perspectives on urbanization such as the changing economic landscape, city competitiveness, entrepreneurship, inclusion, informality, sustainability, and provision of essential services.

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