by Comparative Urbanization Project, University of Hong Kong, Distributor, Summerson Eastern Publishers in [Hong Kong] .
Written in English
|Statement||edited by Victor F.S. Sit and Koichi Mera.|
|Contributions||Hsüeh, Feng-hsüan., Mera, Kōichi, 1933-, Tsukuba Urbanization Conference (2nd : 1981 : Tsukuba Daigaku)|
|LC Classifications||HT178.A78 U72 1982|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 130 p. :|
|Number of Pages||130|
|LC Control Number||83112583|
About this book. This book aims to present implications for China’s urban development through international comparison of urbanization process from the perspective of spatio-temporal pattern, driving factors, rural-urban interactions, development trends and economic-ecological-social synergic development. Followed the research hotspot of the international urban studies, this book . The book presents case studies of good practice on sustainable urban development from 12 Asian countries: Bangladesh, Cambodia, People's Republic of . This book considers urbanization in Asia and presents case studies of sus- tainable development „good practice‰ from 12 Asian countries: Bangladesh, Cambodia, PRC, India, Indonesia, Lao. Urban development challenges in Asia are multi-faceted and appear to be overwhelming at times. They include insufficient provision of infrastructure, rapidly growing slums, urban sprawl and the associated degradation of urban and peri-urban ecosystems, high levels of inequality and underemployment.
Introduction. This book examines the urban growth trends and patterns of various rapidly growing metropolitan regions in developing Asian and African nations from the perspective of geography. State-of-the-art geospatial tools and techniques, including geographic information system/science and remote sensing, were used to facilitate the analysis. In addition to the empirical results, the . US$ (paperback) The book presents case studies of good practice on sustainable urban development from 12 Asian countries: Bangladesh, Cambodia, People's Republic of China, India, Indonesia, Lao People's Democratic Republic, Malaysia, Pakistan, Philippines, Sri Lanka, Thailand, and Viet Nam. It provides insights into current issues, management approaches, and investment types in urban development in Asian setting. Urbanization in Asia and the Pacific Curt Garrigan Chief, Sustainable Urban Development, Environment & Development Division. 2 Make cities inclusive, safe, resilient and sustainable Source: Otto, UN Environment, Cities Unit •Lack of clarity in national policy frameworks to acknowledge. This chapter gives an overview of urbanization in Asia and Africa in the late twentieth century. Furthermore, rapid urbanization in the 15 countries that are covered in this book is analyzed using several indices related to population and economics. Many Asian and African countries had long been under Western colonial rule.
The UNU-WIDER book highlights a basic thesis: that urbanization led by migration is a process and not a problem. This process needs to be better managed by understanding the realities of migrants. Urbanization inevitably implies displacement of people, caused by push-and-pull factors—such as land, employment, labour policies, etc. This book examines the urban growth trends and patterns of various rapidly growing metropolitan regions in developing Asian and African nations from the perspective of geography. State-of-the-art geospatial tools and techniques, including geographic information system/science and remote sensing, were used to facilitate the analysis. Topical essays with new research. Case studies on India, Sri Lanka, China, Japan, Philippines, Indonesia, and Vietnam. Covers wide-ranging issues like urbanization, globalization, migration, and gender. Urbanization and Development in Asia. Multidimensional Perspectives. Edited by Jo Beall, Basudeb Guha-Khasnobis, and Ravi Kanbur. Description. Over the last few decades, globalization . Urbanization occurs in tandem with development. Countries in Southeast Asia need to build — individually and collectively — the capacity of their cities and towns to promote economic growth and development, to make urban development more sustainable, to mitigate and adapt to climate change, and to ensure that all groups in society share in the development.