Pub. Date:
Taylor & Francis
Re-Aligning Actors in an Urbanized World: Governance and Institutions from a Development Perspective / Edition 1

Re-Aligning Actors in an Urbanized World: Governance and Institutions from a Development Perspective / Edition 1

by I. S. A. Baud, J. Post


Current price is , Original price is $200.0. You
Select a Purchase Option
  • purchase options

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780754633860
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Publication date: 05/12/2003
Pages: 438
Product dimensions: 6.30(w) x 8.74(h) x 1.18(d)

Table of Contents

Evolving views in urban and regional development debates in Africa, Asia and Latin America: introducing the key themes, Johan Post and Isa Baud. Urban Economics and the Local-Global Interface: Firms, regions and resources in a globalizing economy: a relational view, Jan Lambooy
Embeddedness: the role of local factors in economic development, Guus van Westen
Urban cluster trajectories in developing countries: beyond the industrial district model, Peter Knorringa
Partnerships, meso-institutions, and learning: new local and regional economic development initiatives in Latin America, Bert Helmsing
earning more or less: income, micro-production, and women's status in Lima's poor neighbourhoods, Annelou ypeij
Urban fringes in Asia: markets versus plans, Hans Schenk. Local Governance, Partnerships and Urban Development: Healthy cities and urban governance, Ton van Naerssen
Popular participation and urban poverty alleviation in Bolivia, Aart Schalkwijk
Popular participation and the participatory planning practice in Latin America: some evidence from Bolivia and Brazil, Paul van Lindert and Gery Nijenhuis
Combining capitals: the assets of community-based organizations and local government for neighbourhood environmental management in Lima, Michaela Hordijk
New partnerships in urban solid waste management and their contribution to sustainable development: experiences an Accra (Ghana) and Chennai (India), Isa Baud and Johan Post. Livelihoods, Rural-Urban Linkages and Regional Development: About trade and trust. The question of livelihood and social capital in rural-urban interactions, Leo de Haan and Paul Quarles van Ufford
The provisioning of African cities,with Ouagadougou as a case study, Ton Dietz and Fred Zaal
Economic networks and the importance of rural-urban linkages, with the focus on sub-Saharan Africa, Sjoukje Volbeda
Resource flows and urban governance: approaching environmental transitions in cities and their Hinterland, Isa Baud and Michaela Hordijk
Regional development planning in Latin America: towards a more sustainable use of space, Annelies Zoomers. Urban Poverty Reduction: Mapping the Policy Arena: Urban poverty reduction options at local level in a globalizing world, Emiel Wegelin
Reducing urban poverty: constraints on the effectiveness of aid agencies and development banks and some suggestions for change, David Satterthwaite
The rise and decline of an urban poverty unit in the Dutch ministry of development co-operation, Joop de Wit

Customer Reviews

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

See All Customer Reviews