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Groenewegen, J.P.M. (author)
This paper is concerned with the question how we should understand cases on property rights in general, and on land economics in particular, in which a remarkable level of growth (or other measures of institutional performance) is combined with so-called ‘perverse’ institutions. That is to say institutions that are not proposed by the neoliberal...
journal article 2022
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Trompoukis, Dimitrios (author)
The thesis deals with the possibilities of spatial planning in a non-urbanized<br/>context. The case study, examined, is the municipal unit of Mastorochoria of<br/>Konitsa, Greece. The first chapter focuses on the spatial and socio-economic<br/>agglomeration taking place in Greece, as Athens and -less- Thessaloniki concentate<br/>the largest...
master thesis 2021
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Martinez Medina, Raul (author)
Unbalanced decision making processes, lack of planning scope and a market-driven development lead by high power interests have shaped the emergent Metropolitan Area of the Valley of Mexico (MAVM) with an increasing spatial fragmentation and social segregation. To counteract the problematisation an adaptive planning framework is proposed linking...
master thesis 2020
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Yu, Qian (author)
The question explored in this thesis is how to use the cultural dimension of the countryside with a community-based approach to help the rural endogenous development under the background of the urban-rural dual economic differentiation caused by China’s rapid urbanization. Giving an alternative possibility to the current top-down tourism model...
master thesis 2020
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Moya Ortiz, Diego (author)
Metropolization process in Santiago de Chile has been strongly influenced by neoliberal rationale in the field of urban planning. A diffuse interaction between the forces of the urban land market, national-global trends of capital agglomeration and fragmented governance have led to a highly segregated socio-spatial structure. These processes...
master thesis 2019
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Avella, Ricardo (author)
The ‘resource curse’, a term coined by Richard Auty in 1993, refers to the paradox that the abundance of natural resources tends to have adverse effects in a country’s economic, social and political well-being (Ross, 2015). This correlation has also led many to refer to this phenomenon as the ‘paradox of plenty’. When a country depends...
master thesis 2019
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Warbroek, Beau (author), Hoppe, T. (author), Coenen, Frans (author), Bressers, Hans (author)
Recent scholarly attention shows that grassroots civil society low-carbon energy initiatives increasingly become part of the subnational climate change governance landscape. Despite their potency in view of consumer-owned distributed generation and enhanced citizen influence in the organization of the energy infrastructure, local low-carbon...
journal article 2018
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