publication . Doctoral thesis . 2009

Akteure und Prozesse in der urbanen Randzonenentwicklung: Mechanismen zur Führung des urbanen Landmanagements. Fallstudie für Dhaka, Bangladesch

Masum, Fahria;
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  • Published: 25 Jun 2009
  • Publisher: Technical University of Munich
  • Country: Germany
This thesis has attempted to analyze and resolve urban fringe problems in Dhaka by incorporating different roles and interests of actors in land development processes. The research has revealed that these different actors have different interests, norms and ideologies which are playing an active role in guiding or regulating urban land development process. This situation is deploying existing rules and regulations in form of politics and affecting urban fringe management negatively. The research has recognized that there is a big gap between planning system and its present practice in Dhaka due to weak governing system and government’s reluctance. Therefore, thi...
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