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Spatial Inequality in Times of Urban Transition: Complex Land Markets

Supplier: 

IHS, Erasmus University Rotterdam

Research Type: 

Regional Research

Start Date: 

Friday, September 1, 2017

End Date: 

Tuesday, March 31, 2020

Budget: 

GBP 998,074.24

Theme: 

Urbanization

Project Target Countries: 

Uganda and Somaliland

Procurement: 

Open Competition

Project Description: 

 

The research will develop a sound framework with which to analyse and explain urbanisation processes based on key spatial features of the city as a system, namely: access to urban land, distribution of spatial assets, and the urban morphology as a result of formal and informal land transactions. It will assess the factors and actors that influence these processes, in order to explain ‘how’ urban transitions are managed, steered and/or self-organized. The research will focus on Complex Land Markets (CLM) as one manifestation of political settlements with direct impacts on urban development.

 

 

 

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