The Social Spatial Segregation in the Cities of Latin America

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dc.creator Sabatini, Francisco 2010-10-19T19:54:44Z 2010-10-19T19:54:44Z 2006-03-23 2013-12-29T09:09:59Z 2014-09-08T20:53:29Z 2014-09-08T20:53:29Z 2014-09-08
dc.description The cities offer Latin America and the Caribbean their best opportunity for economic and social development. Aside from concentrating on more than two thirds of the population, it is estimated that urban activities will generate more than 75 percent of the expected growth of the Gross Domestic Product in the next two decades. This document analyzes the spatial segregation of the poorest households. It discusses the characteristics and trends of residential segregation in the cities of Latin America, its causes and consequences, the state of research in this field and the policies that could control spatial segregation.
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dc.format ACROBAT
dc.language en
dc.subject Política Fiscal
dc.subject Fiscal Policy
dc.subject Política fiscal
dc.subject Globalization & Regionalization
dc.subject Globalización e integración regional
dc.subject Agriculture
dc.subject Civil Society
dc.subject Countries
dc.subject Education
dc.subject Environment
dc.subject Finance
dc.subject Fiscal Reform
dc.subject Health
dc.subject Indigenous Peoples
dc.subject Information Technology
dc.subject Infrastructure
dc.subject Integration and Trade
dc.subject Labor and Training
dc.subject Microenterprise
dc.subject Poverty and Equality
dc.subject Private Sector
dc.subject Reform of the Sta
dc.title The Social Spatial Segregation in the Cities of Latin America
dc.type Discussion Papers & Presentations

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