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The Challenge of Sustainable Cities: Neoliberalism and Urban Strategies in Developing Countries Paperback – 1 Mar 1997


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Rod Burgess teaches urban planning at Oxford Brookes University, and is a Visiting Research Professor at Delft University of Technology, where Marisa Carmona is also based. Theo Kolstee works for the Netherlands Ministry of Development Cooperation. The contributors are eminent urban planners, architects and academics, mostly from Africa, Asia and Latin America. They include Professor John Turner of the Habitat International Coalition.

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