Found 2 article(s) for author 'Urban Planning'

Urban management in the 21st century Ten insights from Professor Ed Glaeser

Urban management in the 21st century Ten insights from Professor Ed Glaeser. Edward Glaeser, June 2019, Paper, “In August 2018, CDE hosted Professor Ed Glaeser, the world’s leading urban economist and the Fred and Eleanor Glimp Professor of Economics in the Faculty of Arts and Sciences at Harvard University. He shared his critical insights based on vast experience during a series of seminars and engagements with leaders, policy makers and officials from the Johannesburg and Cape Town metro governments. To help improve the quality of South Africa’s discussion about cities’ vital role in growth and development, we are publishing here, in collaboration with Professor Glaeser, a summary of the key lessons that we drew from the questions he asked and the talks he gave.Link

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Land Politics and Local State Capacities: The Political Economy of Urban Change in China

Land Politics and Local State Capacities: The Political Economy of Urban Change in China. Meg Elizabeth Rithmire, December 2013, Paper. “Despite common national institutions and incentives to remake urban landscapes to anchor growth, generate land-lease revenues, and display a capacious administration, Chinese urban governments exhibit varying levels of control over land. This article uses a paired comparison of Dalian and Harbin in China’s Northeast to link differences in local political economies to land politics. Dalian, benefitting from early access to foreign capital…” Link verified October 7, 2014

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