Entrepreneurial Urbanism in India: The Politics of Spatial Restructuring and Local Contestation (Hardcover)

Entrepreneurial Urbanism in India: The Politics of Spatial Restructuring and Local Contestation By Kanekanti Chandrashekar Smitha (Editor) Cover Image

Entrepreneurial Urbanism in India: The Politics of Spatial Restructuring and Local Contestation (Hardcover)

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Smitha Kanekanti Chandrashekar is Research Scientist at the Centre for Research in Urban Affairs (CRUA), Institute for Social and Economic Change, Bengaluru, India. Her research focuses mainly on urban governance, service delivery, urban poverty, urban informality, urban political economy and urban political ecology. She has a PhD in Political Science & Public Administration from the Institute for Social and Economic Change (through the University of Mysore). Her doctoral research examined urban governance and service delivery of water supply and sanitation in Bengaluru, assessing the impact of neoliberal urban sector reforms on service delivery and equity. Over the past several years, she has been actively engaged in varied urban research projects such as structure of Indian metropolises, rural-urban migration, urban deprivation, urban infrastructure, urban poor and urban land governance from interdisciplinary perspective. She has published several book chaptersand articles in peer reviewed journals.

Product Details ISBN: 9789811022357
ISBN-10: 9811022356
Publisher: Springer
Publication Date: December 15th, 2016
Pages: 220
Language: English