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008    180706s2018    enka    ob    001 0 eng d 
019    9781315114538 
020    9781315114538|q(e-book : PDF) 
020    9781351627979|q(e-book: Mobi) 
020    |z9781138696044|q(hardback) 
024 7  10.4324/9781315114538 |2doi 
035    (OCoLC)993767802 
040    FlBoTFG|cFlBoTFG|erda 
050  4 HD7358.A3 |b.S46 2018 
082 04 363.59|bT794 
245 00 Trends and issues in housing in Asia :|bcoming of an age /
       |cEdited by Urmi Sengupta and Annapurna Shaw. 
250    First edition. 
264  1 Abingdon, Oxon ;|aNew York, NY :|bRoutledge,|c2018. 
300    1 online resource (xxvi, 308 pages) 
336    text|2rdacontent 
337    computer|2rdamedia 
338    online resource|2rdacarrier 
490 1  Cities and the urban imperative 
504    Includes bibliographical references. 
505 00 |tchapter Introduction: trends and issues in housing in 
       Asia: coming of an age /|rURMI SENGUPTA -- |tpart Part I 
       National urban housing policy -- |tchapter 1 The 
       transformations of housing regime and its impacts on 
       urbanisation in China /|rJIE CHEN -- |tchapter 2 Housing 
       and urban transformations in Japan /|rRICHARD RONALD -- 
       |tchapter 3 The political ecologies of housing in 
       Indonesia /|rABIDIN KUSNO -- |tchapter 4 Issues of urban 
       liveability and public policy in Bangladesh /|rSYED ABU 
       HASNATH AND M. SHAHIDUL AMEEN -- |tpart Part II 
       Institutions and agents enabling housing delivery -- 
       |tchapter 5 The nexus between government and private 
       developers in Malaysia's housing sector /|rA.- R. ABDUL- 
       AZIZ, J. H. M. TAH, A. L. OLANREWAJU AND -- |tchapter 6 
       Creating mixed- income neighbourhoods unintentionally: 
       public housing residualisation and socio- economic 
       segregation in Hong Kong /|rPAAVO MONKKONEN -- |tpart Part
       III Housing policy and urban renewal -- |tchapter 7 
       Speculative self- destruction, gateways for hyper- 
       redevelopment in Seoul, South Korea /|rJOONWOO KIM AND 
       BRUNO DE MEULder -- |tchapter 8 Unravelling redevelopment 
       in the megacity context of India: the case of Mumbai /
       |rBINTI SINGH -- |tpart Part IV How people house 
       themselves -- |tchapter 9 Negotiating housing in a 
       heritage city: a study of Mahayyawa low- income settlement
       in Kandy, /|rSri Lanka FAZEEHA AZMI -- |tchapter 10 
       Governing the housing market in post- reform China: price 
       controls and regional inequalities /|rMENGQI WANG -- 
       |tchapter 11 Rental practices in two informal settlements 
       in Hyderabad, India /|rNIKHILESH SINHA -- |tchapter 12 
       Identification, materiality and housing transformations in
       Mumbai /|rCHITRA VENKATARAMANI. 
520    "This book offers a comprehensive overview of current 
       housing practices across Asian cities based on facts and 
       trends in the market. For many countries in Asia, the 
       future of housing is now. This future is closely linked to
       successful theoretical advancement and policy practice in 
       housing studies. This volume brings together twelve 
       chapters divided across four thematic parts that sum up 
       the concept and conditionality of housing in Asian cities.
       It studies housing through conceptual perspectives and 
       empirical studies to explore established notions, cultures
       and practices relevant to the 21st-century post-reform 
       context in Asia. Housing and property have long been 
       economic drivers, leading many individual households 
       towards better lives and associated social and community 
       benefits, while also collectively improving the economic 
       base of a city or country. This book examines the nature 
       of the interplay of both state and market in the housing 
       outcomes of these cities.With its extensive geographic 
       coverage across South East Asia, South Asia, and the Far 
       East and a cross section of different income groups, the 
       book will interest reseachers and scholars in urban 
       studies, architecture, development studies, public policy,
       political studies, sociology, policymakers in local and 
       central governments, housing and planning professionals 
       and commercial firms engaged in property markets or real 
       estate in Asia. It will also provide ideas, tools and good
       practices for institutional enablement, stakeholders 
       involved in these interventions, private sector 
       organisations and NGOs."--Provided by publisher. 
650  0 Housing |zAsia. 
650  0 Housing development |zAsia. 
650  0 Housing authorities |xLaw and legislation |zAsia. 
650  0 Housing |xSocial aspects |zAsia. 
650  0 Housing |xEconomic aspects |zAsia. 
700 1  Sengupta, Urmi,|eeditor. 
700 1  Shaw, Annapurna,|eeditor. 
776 08 |iPrint version: |z9781138696044 
830  0 Cities and the urban imperative. 
856 40 |uhttps://ezp.lib.unimelb.edu.au/login?url=https://
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990    University of Melbourne Taylor and Francis EBS 2019-2020 
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990    Batch Ebook load (bud2) - do not edit, delete or attach 
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