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Can devolution and rural capacity trigger de-urbanization? Case studies in Kenya and Malaysia respectively
Abstract Urbanization in Kenya and perhaps in sub-Saharan Africa can be described as prescriptive rather than organic. We posit that this prescriptive urbanization can be checked and balanced byExpand
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Implications of Urban Form on Suburban Food Production Potential: The Case of Auckland City-New Zealand
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The Advantages and Risks of Pursuing Public Private Partnerships Elements of Express Lane Networks in California, USA: Lessons for Developing Countries
Introduction: Public Private Partnerships Public Private Partnerships (also referred to as P3s or PPPs) are contractual arrangements between public and private sector entities where the privateExpand
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Urban agriculture as an integral part of urban growth management strategies and the implications on urban form policy: the case of Auckland NZ
Urban agriculture potential is examined in three suburbs of increasing density in Auckland, NZ. A review of the relationship between urban indicators (net density and housing patterns) and potentialExpand