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    Victoria A. Beard,Faranak Miraftab,Christopher Silver
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Planning and Decentralization: Contested Spaces for Public Action in the Global South.

Planning and Decentralization: Contested Spaces for Public Action in the Global South. Chapter 1 Situating Contested Notions of Decentralized Planning in the Global South Faranak Miraftab, Christopher Silver and Victoria A. Beard. Using a combination of invented and invited spaces of participation (Miraftab 2006a), they transform their role to something more significant than simply providing cheap labor to predetermined projects that pretend to be participatory. The potential of the current global decentralization era for inclusive or democratic planning.

Discover more publications, questions and projects in Victoria. September 2009 · Journal of the American Planning Association. Planning and Decentralization: Contested Spaces for Public Action in the Global South.

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Faranak Miraftab is an Associate Professor of Urban and Regional Planning at the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign.

Introduction: Situating Contested Notions of Decentralized Planning in the Global South Victoria A. Beard, Faranak Miraftab, Christopher Silver Part 1: Decentralization: Contexts-Outcomes 2. Decentralization and Entrepreneurial Planning Faranak Miraftab 3. Decentralization, Privatization and Countervailing Popular Pressure: South African Water Commodification and Decommodification Patrick Bond 4. Decentralized Planning and Metropolitan Growth: Poverty and Wealth in Buenos Aires Suburbs Nora Libertun de Duren. Faranak Miraftab is an Associate Professor of Urban and Regional Planning at the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign.

First Published 2008. It examines a range of key issues, including: public and private finance. local leadership and electoral issues.

Upcoming: IJURR Public Lectures in London. 2019 IJURR RC21 Lecture by Karen Coelho. Colonial present: legacies of the past in contemporary urban practices in Cape Town, South Africa. VA Beard, F Miraftab, C Silver. Space, gender and work: Home-based workers in Mexico. Unknown Journal, 63-80, 1996. Journal of Planning History 11 (4), 283-307, 2012. Cities of the global South reader. Urban politics: an interdisciplinary dialogue. K Ward, D Imbroscio, D Martin, C Stone, R Whelan, F Miraftab

This course develops tools and ideas to understand issues confronting cities in diverse socioeconomic, political, and cultural circumstances, and how they impact the local space of cities and regions. Decentralized Planning in the Global South in Victoria Beard, Faranak Miraftab and. Chris Silver (ed. Planning and Decentralization: Contested Spaces for Public Action in. the Global South.

Victoria A. Beard, Faranak Miraftab, Christopher Silver. Routledge, 4 Haz 2008 - 234 sayfa. Christopher Silver, FAICP, is Dean and Professor of the College of Design, Construction and Planning at the University of Florida

Victoria A. Christopher Silver, FAICP, is Dean and Professor of the College of Design, Construction and Planning at the University of Florida. He has taught and consulted on urban development and planning in Indonesia over the past eighteen years. He is author of Planning the Megacity: Jakarta in the Twentieth Century (Routledge).

The first in-depth study of the impact of economic and political decentralization on planning practice in developing economies, this innovative volume, using original case study research by leading experts drawn from diverse fields of inquiry, from planning to urban studies, geography and economics, explores the dramatic transformation that decentralization implies in responsibilities of the local planning and governance structures.

It examines a range of key issues, including:

public and private finance local leadership and electoral issues planning in post-conflict societies.

Offering unique insights into how planning has changed in specific countries, paying particular attention to South East Asian economies, India and South Africa, this excellent volume is an invaluable resource for researchers, graduate students and planners interested in urban planning in its international political and economic context.