2 edition of bibliographic overview of housing in developing countries found in the catalog.
bibliographic overview of housing in developing countries
Donald R. Mackenzie
|Statement||Donald R. Mackenzie and Erna W. Kerst.|
|Series||Exchange bibliography ; 1225-1227|
|Contributions||Kerst, Erna W., joint author.|
|LC Classifications||Z5942 .C68 no. 1225-1227, Z7164.H8 .C68 no. 1225-1227, HD7391 .C68 no. 1225-1227|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||281 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||281|
|LC Control Number||77359953|
Entrepreneurship and innovation are two of the most pervasive concepts of our times, yet there are still gaps in our understanding of the interactions between entrepreneurship and innovation, particularly in developing countries. This book attempts to fill this gap. It focuses on the entrepreneurship-innovation-development nexus, drawing heavily on empirical evidence from developing countries. This book explains the techniques available to assess the economic impact of projects in developing countries. It draws on the authors experience in teaching and applying these techniques and combines relevant economic theory with a clear understanding of what can be done in practice.
This open access book examines the future of inequality, work and wages in the age of automation with a focus on developing countries. The authors argue that the rise of a global ‘robot reserve army’ has profound effects on labor markets and economic development, but, rather than causing mass unemployment, new technologies are more likely to lead to stagnant wages and premature. Poultry housing and management in developing countries 23 This publication is a collection of short articles that give an overview of the benefits of poultry products and information about different aspects of their production. The articles are primarily In developing countries, the diet .
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INTRODUCTION This edition of Co-operative Housing: a Bibliography covers co-operative housing in developing countries.
Co-operatives are deemed to include various forms of mutual self-help housing groups as well as those formally registered as co-operative societies. The bibliography is an updated version of a bibliography published in Bibliographic overview of housing in developing countries.
Monticello, Ill.: Council of Planning Librarians, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Donald R Mackenzie; Erna W Kerst. The book analyzes housing finance policy in developing countries at a time of unprecedented change in such systems.
It brings together and updates journal articles originally written as background papers and sector studies for the World Bank's involvement in these changes. The Electronic Journal of Information Systems in Developing Countries (EJISDC) strives to become the foremost international forum for practitioners, teachers, researchers and policy makers to share their knowledge and experience in the design, development, implementation, management and evaluation of information systems in developing countries.
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URBAN SLUM POPULATION IN DEVELOPING REGIONS IN. This book provides a blend of well-founded professional and scientific perspectives on the potential of Environmental finance in developing and transition countries.
All institutions and the clients they serve will be affected by the changing climate. This book is a concise treatise of the alternative paradigms used in BRICS countries to tackle urban housing shortages.
There are a number of alternative methods for meeting these shortages which BRICS countries have adopted. These alternatives may agree in terms of desired outcome, but when it.
The novelty of this book is three-fold: it provides a contextualized view of the mechanisms of initiatives implementing Kaizen in developing countries; compared with productivity studies, it places the relationship between workers and managers at the center of inquiry, reflecting the intent of SDG8 concerning decent work and economic growth.
This book provides a comprehensive understanding on disaster resilient housing within the Vietnam context particularly and the developing world generally. The book has identified the root causes of ho. This book examines the ways in which EU policies towards developing countries are changing in response to the new challenges of globalization and the end of the Cold War.
It analyses the patchwork of. Mayo, Stephen, and David Gross () ‘Sites and Services – and Subsidies: The Economics of Low-Cost Housing in Developing Countries’, World Bank Economic Review 1(2): – McGee, Terry () The Urbanization Process in the Third World: Explorations in Search of a Theory (London: Bell & Sons).
developing affordable housing because of the length and complexity of the develop-ment process. It needs to address two great challenges: defining the problem and creating solutions. Affordable housing leaders must make the case for the impor-tance of affordable housing to a community and they must also create and articulate.
The large indirect economic effects of housing construction are similar in developing countries. A literature review by Katsura () shows that the economic multiplier for housing investment in Columbia, Korea, Pakistan, India, and Mexico is about 2.
This book discusses the fundamental topics and contemporary problems of urban and regional planning through the Turkish case. It addresses e.g. large-scale public investments, city center transformation, archaeological sites, excess housing production and disaster and risk mitigation.
Downloadable. This article provides an overview of the growing literature on urban-rural gaps in the developing world. I begin with recent evidence on the size of the gaps as measured by consumption, income, and wages, and argue that the gaps are real rather than just nominal.
I then discuss the role of sorting more able workers into urban areas and review an array of recent evidence on. Developing countries 1 tend to bear the brunt of disaster impacts, with the poor there often being the most severely affected (Hillier & Nightingale, ).Asia, the continent with the highest population and where the majority are developing countries, experiences the greatest disaster impacts in terms of number of disasters, economic damage, and numbers of people killed and affected (ADRC, ).
Reforming Urban Land Policies and Institutions in Developing Countries. Farvacque, Catherine and Patrick McAuslan. The World Bank, Urban Management Program. (Table of Contents) “Low-income Housing and the State.” Gilbert, A.
and P. Ward. This book analyzes the determinants of happiness for both the rich and the poor in the developing regions of Asia, Latin America and Africa.
Explanatory variables include education, health and income as well as demographic and social variables. The book highlights the overwhelming importance of. this book shows how environmental aspects can be successfully interwoven with the social, cultural and economic milieu in which they are proposed, adopted and, ideally, scaled-up to meet the massive housing demand in developing countries.
GoinG Green: A HAndbook of SuSTAinAble HouSing PrAcTiceS in develoPing counTrieS HS//12E. This book analyzes the relationship between income and subjective well-being, in particular in the increasingly relevant context of developing countries. A number of chapters in the book set out new evidence to explain why, despite the remarkable rate of economic growth that has been experienced in the country, the average level of happiness in China appears not to have risen.
Although social housing is generally under-researched, issues related to health risks have been reported in both developed  and developing countries   [ Deaton, A.
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