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Boom or Bust: Urbanization in Brazil and Indonesia

@inproceedings{Burdell2016BoomOB,
  title={Boom or Bust: Urbanization in Brazil and Indonesia},
  author={Cole Burdell},
  year={2016}
}
This article examines how two of the largest and economically diverse countries on two separate continents have developed through urbanization: Indonesia and Brazil. Indonesia is currently being inhabited across its more than seventeen thousand islands with massive urbanization in Jakarta. Brazil has experienced a long-term urban migration to a variety of cities. This article compares the histories of the two countries, their urban trends, and future initiatives to help with the massive influx… 

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