Given the expected scale of the urban transformation in India over the next decade, and the time compaction within which this will occur, this study presents a crucial analysis of the challenges facing urban India. Through a close examination of India's policies, politics, and economic and social systems, it explores the numerous perspectives and debates on India's urbanization. Where is urbanization happening and what are the key drivers and forces a local, regional, national, or international? It seeks to highlight the dividends and perils of urbanization as they have and will play out over the years, and attempts to paint a picture of the future of urbanization in India. India's Reluctant Urbanization is essential reading for scholars and researchers of urban economics and those interested in development economics and, in particular, India's economy.aquot;Indiaa#39;s Urban Housing: Theory and Policyaquot;, Economic and Political Weekly, 27( 38), 2045-2046. Annez, P. C. ... Slums in India. Policy Research Working Paper 5475, The World Bank. Apte ... Housing Finance in Developing Countries. London:anbsp;...
|Title||:||India's Reluctant Urbanization|
|Author||:||Ranesh Nair, Piyush Tiwari, Pavan Ankinapalli, Jyoti Rao, Pritika Hingorani, Manisha Gulati|
|Publisher||:||Palgrave Macmillan - 2015-02-27|