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Edith R. Jimenez Huerta, Maria Mercedes Di Virgilio, Peter M. Ward
Taylor & Francis Ltd
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42 colour tables, 87 colour illustrations, 67 colour line drawings
Table Of Contents
1. Latin America's Innerburbs : Towards a New Generation of Housing Policies for Low-Income Consolidated Self-help Settlements; Peter M. Ward. 2. A Spectrum of Policies for Housing Rehab and Community Regeneration in the Innerburbs ; Peter M. Ward. 3. Opportunities and Challenges for Consolidated Informal Urbanization in the Metropolitan Area of Guadalajara; Edith R. Jimenez Huerta and Heriberto Cruz Solis. 4. The Challenge for Housing Rehab in Mexico City and Monterrey; Peter M. Ward. 5. The Challenges of Consolidation in Precarious Settlements of Caribbean Cities: Santo Dominto, Dominican Republic; Erika Denisse Grajeda. 6. The Consolidation of the City and Low-income settlements in Guatemala City; Bryan Roberts. 7. New Approaches to Intervention in the Informally Settled Areas of Bogota; Angelica Camargo Sierra. 8. Rehab, Los Aires and Densification of Consolidated Settlements in Lima, Peru; Danielle M. Rojas and Peter M. Ward, In collaboration with Olga Peek and Martha Lazarte Salinas. 9. Unique, or Just Different? Self-help, Social Housing and Rehab in Santiago, Chile; Peter M. Ward, In collaboration with Carolina Flores and Francisco Sabatini.10. Residential Trajectories of the Older Irregular Settlements in the City of Montevideo; Magdalena Marsiglia and Maria Jose Doyenart. 11. Transformations in the Originally Informal Consolidated Urban Areas of Metropolitan Buenos Aires; Maria Mercedes Di Virgilio, Maria Soledad Arqueros Mejica, and Tomas Guevara. 12. Rental Markets and Housing Policies in Consolidated Informal Settlements; Edith R. Jimenez Huerta and Angelica Camargo Sierra. 13. Urban Regeneration and Housing Rehabilitation in Latin America's Innerburbs; Peter M. Ward, Edith R. Jimenez Huerta and Maria Mercedes Di Virgilio
Peter M. Ward holds the C.B. Smith Sr. Centennial Chair in US-Mexico Relations, and is professor in the Department of Sociology at University of Texas-Austin. He was formerly director of the Mexican Center at LLILAS, and served as Executive Editor of the Latin American Research Review between 2002-07. He is author or co-author of 17 books and over 100 journal articles and book chapters on low income housing, land markets, social policy, democratization and governance, Mexican politics and megacities (most notably Mexico City). He is the coordinator of the multi-city Latin American Housing Research Network. Edith R. Jimenez Huerta is Professor at the Center of Economic and Administrative Sciences at University of Guadalajara, Mexico. Maria Mercedes Di Virgilio is Professor of Sociology at University of Buenos Aires, Argentina.