WHIG - What is governed and not governed
Very Large Cities are a new phenomenon in urban history. The emergence of urbanized areas with a population beyond 8 million inhabitants. One of the most relevant topics for metropolitan development is that of the form of government (governance) of these big cities, encompassing different issues such as urban planning, the creation of governmental bodies and institutions allowing the redistribution of powers, effective intergovernmental coordination, decentralization, the efficient supply of services as well as the fostering of economic development and of a better life quality for residents.
- WHIG - What is Governed in Cities: Residential Investment Landscapes and the Governance and Regulation of Housing Production
- WHIG - What Is Governed In Paris and London
- WHIG - Une comparaison Paris/Londres/São Paolo/Mexico
- WHIG - Comparing Paris and Mexico Governance
Comparisons - WHIG General Seminar, 6-7 December 2021