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Beyond property: Industrial estates and post-suburban transformation in Jakarta Metropolitan Region
Past studies on urbanization in East Asia in general and in Indonesia in particular have taken the edge of large cities as the extension of the metropolitan core where the zones of urban–ruralExpand
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Spatial Planning System in Transitional Indonesia
ABSTRACT This paper discusses the interaction between institutional-cultural forces and globalizing neo-liberal ideas in the discussion on the formulation of the draft of new Spatial Planning Act inExpand
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Industrial Land Development and Manufacturing Deconcentration in Greater Jakarta
Abstract Industrial land development has become a key feature of urbanization in Greater Jakarta, one of the largest metropolitan areas in Southeast Asia. Following Suharto's market-oriented policyExpand
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Peri-urban transformation in the Jakarta metropolitan area
Abstract Peri-urban areas have been commonly defined as transitional zones located in the outskirts of a designated city boundary, where rural and urban characteristics meet each other. Generally,Expand
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Peri-urbanisation in East Asia: A new challenge for planning?
Spatial transformation in peri-urban areas has provided an emerging picture of the growth of many metropolitan regions in developing countries. In this paper, we present a new perspective on thisExpand
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Extended urbanization in small and medium-sized cities: the case of Cirebon Indonesia
Although urbanization in smaller cities is arguably not imperative, the future of urban living is no longer expected to be principally in mega-cities. People increasingly live in intermediate andExpand
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Gentrifying the peri-urban: Land use conflicts and institutional dynamics at the frontier of an Indonesian metropolis
This paper aims to specify the meaning of gentrification in rapidly peri-urbanising metropolitan regions in the context of Indonesia’s rapid transition to decentralisation and democracy. It discussesExpand
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The evolution of risk and vulnerability in Greater Jakarta: contesting government policy in dealing with a megacity’s exposure to flooding
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Policy networking as capacity building: An analysis of regional road development conflict in Indonesia
This article explores the potential of policy networking as an important aspect of capacity building. It deals with a road development project related to the regional planning issue of North BandungExpand
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