By Gavin Shatkin
Contesting the Indian City encompasses a selection of state of the art empirical stories that supply insights into problems with politics, fairness, and house with regards to city improvement in sleek India.
- Features reviews that serve to deepen our theoretical understandings of the adjustments that Indian towns are experiencing
- Examines how city redevelopment coverage and making plans, and reforms of city politics and actual property markets, are shaping city spatial switch in India
- The first quantity to deliver topics of city political reform, municipal finance, land markets, and genuine property jointly in a world publication
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