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Regulating change in historic districts to maintain their character is a conservation tool used around the world. In spite of success elsewhere, heritage conservation districts are still resisted by many in North America. To address the concerns of those opposed, the oldest 32 of 93 districts in...
This article applies the index of multiple deprivations to measuring the dimensions of deprivation in the city of Guangzhou, China. The study uses both population census data and information on minimum living standard support. The spatial pattern shows the concentration of highly deprived areas...
Dramatic reform of the housing finance system is transforming the way housing is produced and acquired in Mexican cities. More housing is now built on speculation by private companies and purchased with mortgages than through the incremental building process that traditionally housed most of the...
This article studies whether and why less educated natives are less ethnocentric in postindustrial Dutch cities than in industrial ones, as suggested by several theories in urban studies. A multilevel analysis of survey data collected among the native working populations (source: Cultural Change...
One measure of governance quality is the level of reported conflict and cooperation that is present between and among elected officials and administrators. High levels of conflict or low levels of cooperation can hinder the decision-making process. However, there are few attempts to assess the...
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