World cities beyond the West : globalization, development, and inequality
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World cities beyond the West : globalization, development, and inequality / edited by Josef Gugler.
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Table of Contents:
- Shanghai : remaking China's future global city / Weiping Wu and Shahid Yusuf
- Seoul : complementing economic success with games / Yeong-Hyun Kim
- Bangkok : evolution and adaptation under stress / Douglas Webster
- Cairo : too many people, not enough land, too few resources / Janet L. Abu-Lughod
- Mexico City in an era of globalization and demographic downturn / Peter M. Ward
- Moscow's changing fortunes under three regimes / James H. Bater
- Hong Kong's pathway to becoming a global city / Alvin Y. So
- Singapore : forming the family for a world city / Janet Salaff
- Jakarta : globalization, economic crisis, and social change / Dean Forbes
- Sao Paulo : the political and socioeconomic transformations wrought by the new labour movement in the city and beyond / Maria Helena Moreira Alves
- Bombay/Mumbai : globalization, inequalities and politics / Sujata Patel
- Johannesburg : race, inequality, and urbanization / Owen Crankshaw and Susan Parnell.