The Illicit and Illegal in Regional and Urban Governance and Development: Corrupt Places

The Illicit and Illegal in Regional and Urban Governance and Development: Corrupt Places

by Francesco Chiodelli, Tim Hall, Ray Hudson

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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781315317649
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Publication date: 09/27/2017
Series: Regions and Cities
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 280
File size: 2 MB

About the Author

Francesco Chiodelli is Senior Research Fellow at Gran Sasso Science Institute, Italy.

Tim Hall is Professor of Interdisciplinary Social Studies and Head of the Department of Applied Social Sciences at the University of Winchester, UK.

Ray Hudson is Professor of Geography at Durham University, UK.

Table of Contents

List of Figures and Tables

List of Contributors

Acknowledgements

Chapter 1

Grey Governance and the Development of Cities and Regions: The Variable Relationship Between (Il)legal and (Ill)licit

Francesco Chiodelli, Tim Hall, Ray Hudson and Stefano Moroni

Chapter 2

Drug trafficking in the Sahara Desert: follow the money and find land grabbing

Luca Raineri

Chapter 3

Invisible journeys across India-Bangladesh borders and bubbles of corrupt networks: stories of cross-border rural-urban migration and economic linkages

Hosna J Shewly and Md Nadiruzzaman

Chapter 4

Gangsters, guerrillas and the rise of a shadow state in East Timor

James Scambary

Chapter 5

Criminal networks, youth street groups and illicit territorial regulation in Moscow and Tbilisi

Svetlana Stephenson and Evgeniya Zakharova

Chapter 6

Illegal enterprises and the city: when territorial control is an issue of urban governance Lessons from Medellín, Colombia

Laure Leibler

Chapter 7

Mobs, Sucanchiuostru, Anti-Communists: Global and Local Actors in the Sack of Palermo

Vincenzo Scalia

Chapter 8

Filling governance and development vacuums: a role for development actors or criminal groups?

Sasha Jesperson

Chapter 9

Planning for Marijuana: Development, Governance, and Regional Political Economy

Michael Polson

Chapter 10

Embedding illegality, or when the illegal becomes licit: planning cases and urban transformations in Rome

Barbara Pizzo and Edoardo Altavilla

Chapter 11

Building legitimacy through the spatial aesthetics of the illicit: non-state urban actors in post-311 Japan

Margrete Bjone Engelien, John Edom and Hannah Wood

Chapter 12

The corruption of politics or the politics of corruption? Reconsidering the role of organised crime in the geo-politics of corruption

Sue Penna and Martin O'Brien

Chapter 13

Corrupt cities: The illicit in local urban development. The Spanish case

Monica Garcia Quesada and Fernando Jiménez Sánchez

Chapter 14

Corruption, crisis and planning policies: the Free-Trade Zone project in the metropolitan area of Valencia, Spain

Jorge Ignacio Selfa Clemente

Chapter 15

Who is corrupt and where lies corruption? Thinking with land use planning violations in Bangalore

Jayaraj Sundaresan

Index

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