2 edition of Public provision and urban politics found in the catalog.
Public provision and urban politics
|Statement||edited by Andrew Kirby and Stephen Pinch ; papers by Peter Saunders [... et al.].|
|Series||Geographical papers -- no.80|
|Contributions||Pinch, Stephen, Saunders, Peter, 1950-, Kirby, Andrew., Institute of British Geographers.|
|LC Classifications||HD4431 P82|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||95 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||95|
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inadequacies in public provision are fodder for contemporary urban politics. Conflict has become endemic in the metropolitan areas: between the ‘turfs’ of social groups, between suburbs and central city, and between neighborhoods and the.
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This temptation has, not surprisingly, been less prevalent in the American literature (Parks et al., ), although it remains the case that the private organisation of human services.
under-provision therefore lies in the political economy of corruption and clientelism which create perverse incentives when it comes to public investment in slums. This paper aims to explore this relationship and its impact on public provision.
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It provides an introduction to cutting-edge. Get this from a library. Public provision and urban politics: papers from the IBG annual conference, January [Andrew Kirby; Stephen Pinch; Peter R Saunders; Institute of British Geographers.;].
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Bobos in Paradise: Urban Politics and the New Economy* Brooks () in a famous book about the rise of a new knowledge elite. This new kind of bourgeoisie is generally considered as prevalent in globalized Public provision of cheap bike and electrical car rental, and dedication of public space to those devices.
In Demanding Development: The Politics of Public Goods Provision in India’s Urban Slums, 6 Cambridge University Press, More Info → I show how the uneven geographic spread of party worker networks across slum settlements in two north Indian cities generates inequalities in local access to public services.
The book draws on more than two. The Annual Review of Political Science. Vol. The last fifteen years have witnessed an impressive outpouring of comparative politics research examining urban politics in the developing world. This article shows how this research advances our understanding of phenomena such as clientelism, law and order, and local public goods provision.
Jonathan S Davies is Reader in Public Policy in the Institute of Governance and Public Management at the University of Warwick. He graduated from the University of York (UK) with a DPhil in Politics in He is author of Partnerships and Regimes: The Politics of Urban Regeneration in the UK and co-editor, with Imbroscio, of the forthcoming Critical Urban Studies, New Directions and the Sage.
and equity factors underlying the predominance of these mixed forms of provision. 70 per cent of the urban areas of sub-Saharan Africa lack formal, household-based public provision of drinking water, liquid and solid waste disposal, and main water borne sewerage is a rarity (Gaye and Diallo ).File Size: KB.
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The Encyclopedia of Urban Studies is intended to present an overview of current work in the field and to serve as a guide for further reading in the field.
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His research focuses on local governance, urban politics, and the political economy of development, with a regional focus on South Asia and India, in particular. His research has appeared or is forthcoming in the American Journal of Political Science, American Political Science Review, Journal of Politics .provision is not the only way to exercise that responsibility, which can also be expressed through public regulation or financing, the report argues.
Indeed, it goes further: public responsibility can be exercised better through alternatives to direct state provision in many of File Size: KB.