By Victoria A. Beard, Faranak Miraftab, Christopher Silver
The first in-depth research of the influence of monetary and political decentralization on making plans perform in constructing economies, this leading edge quantity, utilizing unique case learn examine through major specialists drawn from different fields of inquiry, from making plans to city reviews, geography and economics, explores the dramatic transformation that decentralization implies in tasks of the neighborhood making plans and governance structures.
It examines a variety of key concerns, including:
- public and personal finance
- local management and electoral issues
- planning in post-conflict societies.
Offering targeted insights into how making plans has replaced in particular international locations, paying specific cognizance to South East Asian economies, India and South Africa, this glorious quantity is a useful source for researchers, graduate scholars and planners drawn to city making plans in its overseas political and monetary context.