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Land and urban policies for poverty reduction : Land and urban policies for poverty reduction : proceedings of the third international urban research symposium held in Brasilia (Inglês)

The first paper of this section (Durand-Laserve) documents how increasing pressures on urban land and the 'commodification' of shelter and settlement has increased 'market evictions' of families holding intermediate tide to property, although international declarations and pressures have contributed to reducing 'forced evictions.' The second paper (Mooya and Cloete) uses the tools of the New Institutional Economics to analyze the argument in Hernando DeSoto's path-breaking book, The Mystery of Capital, that full legal tide is the key to turning 'dead capital' in the form of informal property held by many low-income families into an economic asset and to detonating broad-based economic growth. The paper concludes that intermediate forms of tenure can have the virtues of full legal tide if properly constructed, and then examines the case of Namibia in this context. The third paper (Fernandes) documents and assesses the recent efforts of the Brazilian federal Ministry of Cities to develop a comprehensive approach for regularizing title throughout that country. In the fourth paper, Abramo gives a structural and theoretical over-view of informal settlement in Brazil. The fifth paper (Rakodi) looks at traditional land delivery systems in five medium-sized Sub-Saharan African cities, and concludes that policies and programs can build on their strengths.

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  • Autor

    Cira,Dean A., Ferguson,Bruce, Freire, Mila, Kessides,C. Fallert, Lima,Ricardo, Mota, Jose Aroudo, Motta,Diana Meirelles Da

  • Data do documento

    2005/04/01

  • No. do relatório

    87976

  • Nº do volume

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    2

  • País

    Brasil,

  • Região

    América Latina e Caribe,

  • Data de divulgação

    2014/05/12

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Nome do documento

    Land and urban policies for poverty reduction : proceedings of the third international urban research symposium held in Brasilia

  • Palavras-chave

    Finance, Private Sector & Infrastructure;small and medium size enterprise;Secretaria do Tesouro Nacional;informal land delivery systems;Urban Development and Housing;urban and regional planning;per capita income level;quality of transport service;united nations population fund;street sweeping and cleaning;Bottom of the Pyramid;town and country planning;security of tenure;land and housing;infrastructure and services;slum upgrading program;official poverty line;sites and services;large metropolitan areas;Housing and Land;quality of employment;access to water;access to sanitation;quality of house;urban bus operation;high birth rate;Applied Economic Research;urban transport problem;standard of living;international financial institution;quality employment;impact of transport;degree of autonomy;land use management;capital improvement planning;geographic information system;Natural Resource Management;cost of education;inequality of income;informal housing areas;educated young people;rapid population growth;crime and violence;foreign direct investment;informal slum settlements;impact of technology;population and environment;downtown business districts;lack of credit;real property tax;amount of land;local building material;land use planning;fall in population;low-income urban household;extension of services;urban land market;provision of service;put in motion;education and health;form of credit;negative environmental impact;introduction of tax;local property tax;elasticity of supply;access to job;affordable housing development;cost of land;metropolitan housing market;private water supply;urban land development;source of income;source income;share of income;affordable rental housing;fight against poverty;low-income household;urban fringe;low-income housing;urban policy;informal settlement;urban population;central city;property right;secure tenure;housing finance;urban growth;market approach;basic infrastructure;moderate-income household;Real estate;Housing Policy;Informal Economy;urban poor;emerging country;land policy;urban planner;slum dweller;metro system;land policies;city profile;low-income community;legal title;individual right;market failure;bus service;informal system;community participation;city centre;household income;efficient transport;Public Transport;urban strategy;land lease;private cost;public policy;world population;environmental economics;Urban Governance;Transition economies;transition economy;land management;financial resource;urban agglomeration;housing program;poor household;metropolitan region;monthly installment;transfer station;land price;land developer;Urban Violence;informal sector;mortgage credit;transportation corridor;moderate-income family;government housing;apartment block;housing subsidy;housing credit;urban upgrade;legal framework;housing affordability;bus system;public subsidy;affluent countries;urban sprawl;South East;piped water;commercial establishments;suburban community;basic housing;fresh water;utility company;agricultural area;Market Studies;global population;household formation;paved road;international community;urban system;special form;carbon-dioxide emission;Global Warming;land subdivision;land invasion;man-made disasters;coastal city;living condition;international service;self-help housing;governmental action;housing need;private-sector development;informal subdivisions;city authority;international company;public costs;legal tenure;high capital;legal situation;informal activity;chemical industry;financial sustainability;standard approach;high unemployment;residential zone;market study;Population Density;peripheral area;regression analysis;Public Facilities;basic package;government issue;private owner;urban service;election time;garbage dump;academic background;housing provision;research agenda;urban research;residential mobility;water line;slum population;travel distance;Phnom Penh;distinct advantage;bus corridor;low-income settlement;bus ridership;bus trip;small loan;tenure security

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