Month: October 2018

Nail households also appear outside China

"Even as its economy slows, China’s investment in real estate and infrastructure has lost little steam. A common problem for developers, though, is that especially in and around major cities plum land parcels are often already occupied. The solution? Evict the residents. Sometimes developers or local governments compensate or relocate those they kick out, usually offering less than the origin...
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CUP Co-editor in Development Studies

For a new Cambridge University Press book series on International Development the editorial board is looking for a co-editor. The book series is inter-disciplinary, pooling contributions from political science, economics, sociology, anthropology, law, public administration, geography, planning and environmental studies. The co-editor scouts, commissions and organizes the reviews for book proposal...
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