New Urban Agenda in Asia-Pacific
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This book explores significant aspects of the New Urban Agenda in the Asia-Pacific region, and presents, from different contexts and perspectives, innovative interventions afoot for transforming the governance of 21st-century cities in two key areas: (i) urban planning and policy; and (ii) service delivery and social inclusion. Representing institutions across a wide geography, academic researchers and development practitioners from Asia, Australia, Europe, and North America have authored the chapters that lend the volume its distinctly diverse topical foci. Based on a wide range of cases and…mehr

Produktbeschreibung
This book explores significant aspects of the New Urban Agenda in the Asia-Pacific region, and presents, from different contexts and perspectives, innovative interventions afoot for transforming the governance of 21st-century cities in two key areas: (i) urban planning and policy; and (ii) service delivery and social inclusion. Representing institutions across a wide geography, academic researchers and development practitioners from Asia, Australia, Europe, and North America have authored the chapters that lend the volume its distinctly diverse topical foci. Based on a wide range of cases and intriguing experiences, this collection is a uniquely valuable resource for everyone interested in the present and future of cities and urban regions in Asia-Pacific.
  • Produktdetails
  • Advances in 21st Century Human Settlements
  • Verlag: Springer, Berlin; Springer Singapore; Springer
  • Artikelnr. des Verlages: 978-981-13-6708-3
  • 1st ed. 2020
  • Erscheinungstermin: 25. Juni 2019
  • Englisch
  • Abmessung: 241mm x 159mm x 30mm
  • Gewicht: 766g
  • ISBN-13: 9789811367083
  • ISBN-10: 9811367086
  • Artikelnr.: 54970525
Autorenporträt
An award-winning urbanist, Dr. Bharat Dahiya combines research, policy analysis and development practice aimed at examining and tackling socio-economic, environmental and governance issues in the global urban context. Since early-1990s, Bharat's research and professional work has focused on sustainable cities and urbanization, strategic urban planning and development, sustainable and inclusive cities, urban environment and resilience, and urban governance. Working with the World Bank, UN-Habitat, the Asian Development Bank, United Nations University Institute for the Advanced Study of Sustainability (UNU-IAS), and UNDP, he provided policy advice and technical support to national and local governments. Moreover, working with these international agencies, he initiated, led and contributed to international projects on sustainable urban development in the Asia-Pacific region. Whilst working on operational projects on sustainable urban development, Bharat contributed to knowledge generation, especially through meta research and review of policies, programmes and projects. At the World Bank headquarters, he conducted the first-ever systematic review of the Bank's investments for improving urban liveability, published as a co-authored book, Urban Environment and Infrastructure: Toward Livable Cities (World Bank, 2004; ISBN 978-0821357965). he conceptualized and coordinated the preparation of United Nations' first-ever report on The State of Asian Cities 2010/11 (UN-Habitat and UN-ESCAP, 2010; ISBN 978-9211322743). More recently, he co-authored Partnering for Sustainable Development: Guidelines for Multi-stakeholder Partnerships to Implement the 2030 Agenda in Asia and the Pacific (UNU-IAS and UN-ESCAP, 2018; ISBN 978-92-808-4585-3). Bharat is co-editor of New Urban Agenda for Asia-Pacific: Governance for Sustainable and Inclusive Cities (forthcoming, Springer). Bharat serves on the editorial boards of Cities: The International Journal of Urban Policy and Planning, Journal of Urban Culture Research, Jindal Journal of Public Policy, and National Geographical Journal of India. He has held academic positions in Australia, Indonesia and Thailand. Reuters, Inter Press Service, SciDev.Net, Nishi-Nippon, The Korean Economic Daily, China Daily and its Asia Weekly, The Hindu, Deccan Herald, Bangkok Post, The Nation, UB Post, The Sunday Times, and Urban Gateway have quoted his work. Bharat is based at the College of Interdisciplinary Studies, Thammasat University, Bangkok. He holds a PhD in Urban Governance, Planning and Environment from the University of Cambridge, United Kingdom. Dr. Ashok Das is an Associate Professor in the Department of Urban and Regional Planning, University of Hawai'i at Manoa (UHM), USA. He is also an affiliate faculty of UHM's Center for Southeast Asian Studies, and Center for South Asian Studies. He was co-chair (21016-18) of the Association of Collegiate Schools of Planning's (ACSP) Global Planning Educators Interest Group (GPEIG). He received his Ph.D. in Urban Planning from the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA); M.Arch. and M.A. in Environmental Planning & Management from Kansas State University; and B. Arch. from the School of Planning and Architecture, New Delhi. Previously, he was an assistant professor in the San Francisco State University's Department of Urban Studies and Planning; architecture and planning consultant in the United States and India; and the chief cartoonist for Architecture+Design, India's leading architecture magazine. Ashok researches institutional challenges and innovations for ameliorating urban poverty through services provision in Asia-Pacific, particularly in Indonesia and India, and affordable housing in the US. Community participation and empowerment, slum upgrading, decentralization and governance, civil society, community-managed integrated microfinance, disaster risk reduction, inclusionary zoning, and planning education are specific research interests. The Ford Foundation, the World Resources Institute, and the Office of Hawaiian Affairs have sought his advisory services.
Inhaltsangabe
Foreword
President of the East-West Center

Preface
Bharat Dahiya and Ashok Das

Section 1: Introduction

Chapter 1: The New Urban Agenda in the Asia-Pacific
Bharat Dahiya and Ashok Das

Chapter 2: Resilience-Based Urban Disaster Management
Allen Clark

Section 2: Urban Planning and Policy

Chapter 3: From Urban Policy Making to Implementation: Reviving Riverine Urban Community of Amphawa, Thailand
Bharat Dahiya and Wichaya Komin

Chapter 4: Integrating Urban and Rural Development (IURD) through Governance Program in China's Megacities: A Suzhou Model
Min Zhao, Chenhao Fang, Chen Chen, Richard LeGates

Chapter 5: Case study (India)
Debolina Kundu

Chapter 6: Urban Planning, Policy and Governance Challenges: A Case Study of Megacity of Dhaka, Bangladesh
Salahuddin Aminuzzaman

Chapter 7: Urban Governance Challenges and Reforms in Indonesia
Wilmar Salim

Chapter 8: Issues in Urban Planning and Policy: Case Study of Lahore, Pakistan
Nasir Javed and Asad Jan

Section 3: Innovations in Service Delivery and Access toward Social Inclusion

Chapter 9: Financing Local Infrastructure and Public Services-A Township Case in Suburban Suzhou
Xu Chen, Min Zhao, Richard LeGates

Chapter 10: Urban Governance in Australia: A case study of Brisbane city
Bhishna Bajracharya and Shahed Khan

Chapter 11: Re-thinking, re-form and re-imagine urban planning in Indonesia: Kota Kita and Community Participation in Cities
John Taylor

Chapter 12: The Changing Role of Voluntary Regional Organisations in Australia: A case study from Perth
Shahed Khan and Bhishna Bajracharya

Chapter 13: Urban Service Delivery and Access: The special case of Brunei Darussalam
Pushpa Thambipillai and Li Li Pang

Chapter 14: Guizhou Province's Six Action Plan Program for Rural Infrastructure
Feng Luan, Haiyan Zou, Hui XI, Ben Yang

Chapter 15: The political economy of urban governance in Asian cities - delivering water, sanitation and solid waste management services
Hashim Zaidi, Ammar Malik and Jamie Boex

Chapter 16: Relevant practices for social inclusion by local governments
Björn Moller

Section 4: Emerging Trends and Future Trajectories

Chapter 17: Emerging Trends and Future Trajectories
Ashok Das and Bharat Dahiya