Risk Habitat Megacity 2011
DOI: 10.1007/978-3-642-11544-8_5
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“…'Informality' is often used to describe these processes even though this term is highly contested and needs to be defined more closely (Nuissl et al 2012). Helmke and Levitsky (2004) define informal institutions 1 as 'socially shared rules, usually unwritten, that are created, communicated and enforced outside of officially sanctioned channels'.…”
Section: Theoretical Approaches and Methodological Considerations On mentioning
confidence: 99%
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“…'Informality' is often used to describe these processes even though this term is highly contested and needs to be defined more closely (Nuissl et al 2012). Helmke and Levitsky (2004) define informal institutions 1 as 'socially shared rules, usually unwritten, that are created, communicated and enforced outside of officially sanctioned channels'.…”
Section: Theoretical Approaches and Methodological Considerations On mentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Nevertheless, detailed studies on the planning practices and private investments in Latin American cities demonstrate the importance of the local and national context and the different implementation patterns. While in Santiago de Chile the national level seems to have a crucial importance on urban planning and the realization of new private investment projects (Nuissl et al 2012), in Buenos Aires the construction of gated communities can be understood as a local political strategy of poor suburban municipalities to increase their incomes (Libertun de Duren 2006). And in Guaynabo, Puerto Rico the construction of fenced residential projects is part of a city-marketing strategy which is implemented through public-private-partnerships, steered by a powerful municipal administration (Suárez Carrasquillo 2011).…”
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“…En su sentido más amplio, que incluye la multitud de enfoques, gobernanza denota la coordinación de acción colectiva (Jessop, 1998). Las contribuciones a las teorías y perspectivas de la gobernanza se originan en diversos campos disciplinarios, incluyendo las ciencias políticas (Ostrom, 1990;Hirst y Thompson, 1996;Crouch, 2005;Feiock, 2007), la sociología (Mayntz y Scharpf, 1995;Jessop, 1998), la conomía (Williamson, 2005), los estudios de organización (Gereffi et al, 2005), geografía (Storper y Harrison, 1991;Liverman, 2004;Hughes, 2006) y estudios de planificación (Nuissl et al 2012;.…”
Section: Enmarcando El Concepto Gobernanzaunclassified
“…A third frequent feature of research on megacity risks is the prevalence of fi ndings that indicate each place requires tailor made management and governance arrangements (Kotter and Friesecke 2008 ;Nuissl et al 2012 ). At least one seasoned observer has opined that the best examples of megacity risk governance are probably not replicable elsewhere (Corfee-Merlot et al 2011 ).…”
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confidence: 99%