Feb13Displacement is increasingly understood as neoliberal urbanism or gentrification. Ananya Roy uses LA to argue that a new conceptual repertoire of urban studies must contend with white liberalism and racism.Feb23Across the developing world, the pace of urbanisation has outstripped the ability of governments to facilitate decent, affordable housing for citizens. Experts debate the policy options.
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