An analysis of spatial development paradigm for enhancing regional integration within national and it’s supporting spatial systems in Africa

Doctoral thesis English OPEN
Okeke, Donald Chiuba;
  • Subject: African renaissance | Formal (form-based) planning | Informality | Market forces | Neo-liberalism | Neo-mercantilism | Participatory planning | Planning rationality | Regional integration

PhD (Urban and Regional Planning), North-West University, Potchefstroom Campus, 2015 The global aim of this research is to postulate a spatial development paradigm for regional integration in developing countries - more specifically, the research prospects to concept... View more
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