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Middle India and Urban-Rural Development: Four Decades of Change

edenis (5 août 2015)

edited by Barbara Harriss-White, 2015 Springer, Exploring Urban Change in South India series The only long-term urban study in India, and possibly worldwide Middle India and Rural-Urban Development explores the socio-economic conditions of an ‘India’ that falls between the cracks of macro- ...

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Transition towns

edenis (20 août 2013)

By Kalpana Sharma in infochange (full article here) The 74th constitutional amendment has on paper devolved power to urban local bodies. But even a cursory look at small towns reveals that elected representatives have little knowledge of their powers or responsibilities, cannot read or frame budgets ...

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Big ideas, small towns

edenis (16 avr. 2012)

In a country where innovation is just beginning to take root, start-ups like Foradian represent a new wave of small-town innovators. Their origins give them a better perspective on the adversity and diverse challenges presented by India’s vast geography. Unlike large companies who sell their ...

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The (difficult) emergence of municipalities

edenis (22 avr. 2012)

De Bercerol, Rémi A seminar  of the CSH-CPR Urban Workshop Series the Centre for Policy Research (CPR) and Centre de Sciences Humaines (CSH) the 23rd April 2012 Venue: Conference Hall, Centre for Policy Research, Dharma Marg,  Chanakyapuri, New Delhi

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Unacknowledged Urbanisation: The New Census Towns of India

Bordagi, Julien (28 août 2012)

This is a CPR working paper written by Kanhu Charan Pradhan that you can download here. Abstract: The unexpected increase in the number of census towns (CTs) in the last census has thrust them into the spotlight. Using a hitherto unexploited dataset, it is found that many of the new CTs satisfied ...

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Asian Cities: Colonial to Global

edenis (3 déc. 2012)

Call for papers by IIAS An investigation into how networks laid down during the era of Western colonial expansion in Asia have given certain cities a global edge Deadline: 31 January 2013 ‘Asian Cities: Colonial to Global’ is intended to be a multi-disciplinary seminar. Contributions are ...

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The Politics of Classification and the Complexity of Governance in Census Towns

edenis (17 juin 2014)

by Gopa Samanta - full text here Review of Urban Affairs, Economic & Political Weekly, Vol - XLIX No. 22, May 31, 2014 Spontaneous urbanisation through the transfer of capital from the agricultural sector to the commercial sector has given rise to a large number of census towns in West Bengal. These ...

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Performance Audit on JNNURM

edenis (30 nov. 2012)

Performance Audit on Jawaharlal Nehru National Urban Renewal Mission Ministry of Urban Development, Ministry of Housing and Urban poverty Alleviation Report No. - 15 of 2012-13 for the period ended March 2012

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La mesure de l’urbanisation au prisme de la question des petites villes

edenis (25 sept. 2012)

Une illustration de la méconnaissance de la diversité du monde urbain à travers l’exemple de l’Inde. Rémi de Bercegol Colloque GEMDEV/UNESCO: LA MESURE DU DEVELOPPEMENT Paris, 1er au 3 février 2012 A travers l’exemple de l’Inde, on propose une réflexion sur la difficulté à pouvoir ...

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Second annual Suburbin seminar

Bordagi, Julien (17 avr. 2012)

The seminar will be at the Center for Policy Research in Delhi, the 16th and 17th april 2012 Day 1 9:00-10:30 AM Introduction – Objectives and orientations after one year (Marie – Hélène and Eric) Presentation of a paper on “Placing Suburbin” (Eric, Partha and Marie – Hélène) and ...

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