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書名 Entrepreneurial urbanism in India [electronic resource] : the politics of spatial restructuring and local contestation / edited by Kanekanti Chandrashekar Smitha
出版項 Singapore : Springer Singapore : Imprint: Springer, 2017
國際標準書號 9789811022364 (electronic bk.)
9789811022357 (paper)
國際標準號碼 10.1007/978-981-10-2236-4 doi
book jacket
說明 xix, 220 p. : ill., digital ; 24 cm
附註 Chapter 1: Entrepreneurial Urbanism in India: A Framework Smitha Kanekanti Chandrasekhar -- Part I: Urban Governance and Institutions -- Chapter 2: Introducing Urban Entrepreneurialism in India: An Analysis of Programmatic Interventions Debolina Kundu -- Chapter 3: Entrepreneurial Governance in a resilient city: Bengaluru, India Sudhira H.S. -- Part II: Political Economy of Urbanisation -- Chapter 4: From Hierarchy to Heterarchy: Moving Beyond Entrepreneurial, Governance, Municipal Reforms Programme in Karnataka, India Anjali Karol -- Chapter 5: "Speculative Spaces": The Material Practices of Urban Entrepreneurialism Bhuvaneswari Raman -- Chapter 6: The Politics of Entrepreneurial Vision Group Plans and their impact at the Local (government) Level, Bengaluru Vinay Baindur -- Part III: Urban Inclusion and Exclusion -- Chapter 7: Remaking the 'mohalla': Muslim basti-dwellers and Entrepreneurial Urbanism in Mumbai Qudsiya Contractor -- Chapter 8: Fragile Entrepreneurialism: The Mumbai Airport Slum Redevelopment Project Xuefei Ren -- Chapter 9: Planning their own homes in Entrepreneurial City: The Capacities of urban poor and the constraints of public policy Swetha Rao Dhananka -- Chapter 10: Spatial Reproduction of Urban Poverty in Entrepreneurial City: Bengaluru, India Smitha Kanekanti Chandrasekhar
Through the analysis of Indian metropolises, this volume critiques the reality of "entrepreneurial governance" that has emerged as a major urban development practice in cities of the global south. In neoliberal India, the use of management rhetoric in urban development has rapidly led to the growth of urban/peri-urban structures and spaces that are supposedly "smart" and "entrepreneurial", which are networked within global systems of production, finance, technology/ telecommunication, culture and politics. Through diverse empirical evidence from India, particularly from the metropolises of New Delhi, Mumbai, Bengaluru and Chennai, this volume focuses on the fallout of the deployment of "entrepreneurial governance" practices at national, state and local levels. Foremost, it explores the impact of specific institutional and organizational reorientations and changing urban spatial landscapes at the local level; secondly, it discusses the socio-economic implications of rollback of the state and involvement of non-state organizations in governance as part of urban entrepreneurialism; further, it discusses the regulation of urban development projects by local governments and the impact of "entrepreneurial governance" for citizens, often resulting in social exclusion and inequality. Finally, it explores the inherent contradictions within political and institutional landscapes that can be described as "entrepreneurial". Written by scholars from diverse disciplinary backgrounds, and focusing on different facets of entrepreneurial governance in Indian metropolises, this book is of interest to researchers of urban politics, public policy, urban sociology, anthropology, urban geography, planning and architecture
Host Item Springer eBooks
主題 Cities and towns -- Growth
Entrepreneurship -- India
Social Sciences
Urban Studies/Sociology
Urban Geography / Urbanism (inc. megacities, cities, towns)
Urban Economics
Alt Author Chanshekar, Smitha Kanekanti
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