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Private communities and urban governance : theoretical and comparative perspectives

Author: Amnon Lehavi
Publisher: [Cham] : Springer, 2016.
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This book offers an interdisciplinary and comparative study of the complex interplay between private versus public forms of organization and governance in urban residential developments. Bringing together top experts from numerous disciplines, including law, economics, geography, political science, sociology, and planning, this book identifies the current trends in constructing the physical, economic, and social  Read more...
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Private communities and urban governance : theoretical and comparative perspectives.
[Cham], Switzerland : Springer, c2016
ix, 261 pages
2016940322
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Amnon Lehavi
ISBN: 9783319332109 3319332104 3319332090 9783319332093
OCLC Number: 953197584
Description: 1 online resource
Contents: Introduction --
1. Can Condominium Associations Make the State Listen in China? --
2. Private Communities, Social Capital, and the Quality of Governance --
3. Building for Urban Success? Project Developments and Social Exclusivity in Germany --
4. Community and Localism in a Heterogeneous Urban Space: The Case of Israel --
5. Public, Private, and Community-Based Governance: Reflections from Latin American Cases --
6. Urban renewal and Private governance: Condo-ism in Toronto and Jerusalem --
7. Security in the Urban Space: Exploring Private Alternatives --
8. Rethinking Residential Private Government in the United States: Recent Trends in Practices and Policy --
9. European Condominium Law: Nine Key Choices --
10. New Types and Trends of Condominiums in Post-Crisis Spain --
11. Unlocking the 'Gates' and Climbing Over the 'Walls': Opening Up Exclusive Communities --
12. Religion and the Construction of Urban Spaces --
Conclusion.
Responsibility: Amnon Lehavi, editor.

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