New release

New release

3 Working Papers from GLM former students
  • Children relocating to new units in Soweto East, Kibera- Adèle Charbonneau, 2015Children relocating to new units in Soweto East, Kibera- Adèle Charbonneau, 2015

3 Working Paper New release for GLM students .

- Towards Resilience: Informality and Affordable Housing in the Inner City of Johannesburg, by Chloé Malavolti, former GLM student (Urban School of Sciences Po, Master Governing the Large Metropolis)

- How Do Decision Makers Adapt and Reconcile International Models to Local Urban Poor Contexts? Case Study of the Relocation Project in Kibera, Nairobi, Kenya by Adèle Charbonneau, former GLM student (Urban School of Sciences Po, Master Governing the Large Metropolis) 

https://www.wilsoncenter.org/sites/default/files/usl_150623_urban_solutions_report_web.pdf - Managed Informality

- Regulating Street Vendors in Bangkok. An article by Quentin Batreau, GLM former student, first published on the American Sociological Association Journal. Quentin Batreau is now a PhD student at CERI, his thesis advisor is François Bonnet. This article is based on his fieldwork for GLM research dissertation.

http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/cico.12150/full Managed Informality: Regulating Street Vendors in Bangkok

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