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Indian cities in transition.

9788125032052

Indian cities in transition.

Ed. by Annapurna Shaw.

Orient Longman

2007

500 pages

$46.00

Hardcover

HT147

Bringing together contributions from urban planners, geographers, demographers, social anthropologists, economists, and political scientists, Shaw (Regional Development Group, Indian Institute of Management, India) presents a multidisciplinary collection examining contemporary urban change in India. The volume's 17 chapters are organized into separate section according the following themes: globalization and urban restructuring, environmental impacts of liberalization, economic dimensions of post-1990s policy reforms, the political economy of change in the planning and management of Indian cities, and liberalization and its micro-level impacts on social and economic mobility in Indian cities.

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