3 edition of Work, urbanism and inequality found in the catalog.
Work, urbanism and inequality
|Statement||edited by Philip Abrams.|
|LC Classifications||HN390 .W67|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xx, 310 p. :|
|Number of Pages||310|
|ISBN 10||0297774697, 0297774700|
|LC Control Number||81461659|
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“If one sentence were to sum up the mechanism driving the Great Stagnation, it is this: Recent and current innovation is more geared to private goods than to public goods. That simple observation ties together the three major macroeconomic events of our time: growing income inequality, stagnant median income, and the financial crisis.”.
He proposes a wide range of public policies to roll back decades of accelerating inequality, analyses the barriers to progress, and shows how transformative local campaigns can be made into a national movement for change. This book is a powerful analysis of how the plutocracy sold us a toxic and damaging lie, and what we can do to fight back.
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Yet few would argue that inequality is a greater evil than poverty/5(38). The most influential and talked-about book on society in the last decade. Kate Pickett and Richard Wilkinson's The Spirit Level not only changed the way we understand and view inequality, it inspired the creation of The Equality Trust and our work.
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The Spatial Reproduction of Inequality: Social Privilege and Disadvantage in Creative Brand: Oxford University Press. May 27, · But it’s part of a broader story of big money moving in to desirable neighborhoods, and in the process destroying what makes them desirable. And this in turn has me thinking, blurrily — this is just a start — about the relationship between inequality and urbanism.
The Help-Yourself City Legitimacy and Inequality in DIY Urbanism Gordon C.C. Douglas. Combines cultural and urban sociology with urban planning, policy, and design scholarship; Includes more than interviews with do-it-yourself urban designers, planning and design professionals, and community members in 17 cities.
Catalogue Search for "subject:(Social conditions)" Work, urbanism and inequality: UK society today Work, urbanism and inequality: UK society today Abrams, Philip, d. Books on Inequality. Want to delve deeper into the issues inequality raises.
We offer this survey of important reads both classic and contemporary. Collectivity and individuality express two different aspects of Marxism’s Work tradition, of how they ought to go together. It is another way to frame the dialectic of justice and jouissance, a radical hope for equality on the one side, plus a diversity of self-expression on the howtogetridofbadbreath.club a sense, this is not only what Marxism should offer; it is what any city should offer, too.
Apr 11, · In this excerpt from his new book, Richard Florida explains how “winner-take-all urbanism” has deepened inequality, segregation, and poverty—and what cities can do about it.
Oct 26, · The book reads as if assembled from different articles over the years. He notes that inequality is an obstacle to growth, while also stating that unequal places such as.
Aug 24, · Anthony Atkinson’s study of inequality is a worthy and accomplished piece of analysis. The book is divided into three parts, in simple terms the Why, What and How: Why it matters, What can be done and How it can be done, which includes an econometric analysis of costs and benefits of /5(27).
Vigilante action. Renegades. Human intrigue and the future at stake in New York City. In Urbanism without Guarantees, Christian M. Anderson offers a new perspective on urban dynamics and urban structural inequality based on an intimate ethnography of on-the-ground gentrification. The book is centered on ethnographic work undertaken on a single street in Clinton/Hell’s Kitchen in New York.
Aug 07, · In The New Urban Crisis: How Our Cities Are Increasing Inequality, Deepening Segregation, and Failing the Middle Class — and What We Can Do About It (Basic Books: ), urban studies theorist Richard Florida offers a mea culpa of sort for the back-to-the-city movement he has long championed.
In books such as The Rise of the Creative Class, and How It's Transforming Work. The book is then part-cipher to navigate what has become increasingly un-navigable, and part monograph/manifesto for The Open Workshop project itself. The resulting book is a beautifully executed object, providing an exceptional balance of text, project work and graphic design that would make Vignelli proud.
In its small square format with. Feb 17, · This text seeks to analyse and explain inequality, challenging traditional conceptions and providing a new critical perspective.
The authors provide a comprehensive historical account of inequality, and show how that account no longer adequately explains the new and different forms of inequality experienced in recent decades.
As society has changed, they argue, new forms of inequality have Reviews: 1. Nov 12, · Moyn’s book changed their minds about their own position in history. I now teach the history of inequality, struggling to persuade students that they can and should historicize the overwhelming salience of inequality to our contemporary moment, and here is Moyn again, redefining the history of human rights for the post-Piketty age.
May 08, · Editorial Reviews "Richard Florida offers a brilliant assessment of the varied and evolving challenges facing our cities today. At a time when cities are more important than ever to our economic and political future, The New Urban Crisis is essential reading for urban leaders and all city-dwellers."—Richard M.
Daley, former mayor of ChicagoBrand: Basic Books. inequality would adversely affect poverty reduction 4. It is argued that some degree of inequality may not be a problem if it provides incent ives for people to accumulate human capital. Tendulkar () draws a distinction between inequity and inequality.
He examines the path breaking work of. Principles of Urbanism is a new course that will serve as an introduction and overview of the basic tenets, disciplinary threads, and bodies of scholarship associated with the idea of urbanism.1 Urbanism is generally defined as the study of cities, but different fields focus on different aspects.
In. Ecological Urbanism, revised edition () The premise of this book is that an ecological approach is urgently needed as an imaginative and practical method for addressing existing as well as.
“Urbanism for All”—Achieving a More Inclusive Prosperity through Cities Series: The Future of Sharing Richard Florida, City Lab Co-Founder and editor at large, sees the contemporary American city as a battleground for class conflict, and believes that the solution is more urbanism—specifically, what Florida terms “urbanism for all.”.
Dec 05, · This book is an attack on current city planning and rebuilding. This is how Jane Jacobs opened her classic “The Death and Life of Great American Cities”. It wouldn’t be an inappropriate opener for Alain Bertaud’s upcoming “Order Without Design”.
While Jacobs was an observer of how cities work and a contributor to new [ ]Author: Anthony Ling. Aug 14, · Queering Critiques of Neoliberalism in India: Urbanism and Inequality in the Era of Transnational “LGBTQ” Rights These critiques have included work on the NGO‐ization of sexuality politics and knowledge production (Pigg ), Cited by: Praise “Shepard, founding editor of the online publication Urban Omnibus, presents readers with a rich view of the challenges of and opportunities for sustainable “citymaking” in an era of increasing economic inequality and destabilizing climate howtogetridofbadbreath.club book offers a passionate and informed plea for citizens at the local level to recognize and invest in both daily and long-range.
“Aspirational urbanism” describes the desires and efforts of migrant women workers who work in the informal service sector in both Beijing and Kunming.
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It was a privilege to learn about the work of designers and urbanists like Toni Griffin, Deanna Van Buren, and Denise Shante Brown — not just in terms of thought-provoking urbanism, but as a showcase of planning practice through a uniquely Black lens. But because of the country's history of racism and inequality, many Black planners have.
Over the last century, global inequality has developed and continues to develop in unexpected and disturbing patterns. In this important new book, Therborn and his colleagues connect current world inequality to different national constellations of class and power and transnational processes.
Ranging from the US and post-Communist Russia to France and China, and spanning social mobility, labor. If you are interested in this book review, you may also like to listen to Richard Florida’s LSE lecture, ‘The New Urban Crisis’, recorded 9 October The New Urban Crisis: Gentrification, Housing Bubbles, Growing Inequality and What We Can Do About It.
Richard Florida. One World. Find this book. Apr 10, · The New Urban Crisis: How Our Cities Are Increasing Inequality, Deepening Segregation, and Failing the Middle Class—and What We Can Do About It by Richard Florida book review.
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Apr 14, · The New Urban Crisis: How Our Cities Are Increasing Inequality, Deepening Segregation, and Failing the Middle Class—and What We Can Do About It by Richard Florida, Basic Books, pages, Hardcover, AprilISBN Richard Florida has Author: Dylan Schleicher.
"In Work and Inequality in Urban China, Yanjie Bian has filled an important gap in the study of work in urban China. Although others have done research and published in this area, this particular study offers a great deal of previously unavailable information.
Jun 22, · “A pathbreaking study of gender inequality in different societies through the lens of political economy, Women, Work, and Politics offers an original interpretation of contemporary cross-national variations in female political representation.
A fascinating and powerful argument.”—Miriam A. Golden, University of California at Los Angeles. Apr 11, · The rise of a winner-take-all-urbanism, with a small group of winners and a much larger span of losers, signals a profound crisis of today’s urbanized knowledge economy that threatens our economic future and way of life.
But if this crisis is urban, so is its solution. Cities remain the most powerful economic engines the world has ever seen. January 27, • Watch as experts on income inequality discuss a recent NPR poll that is notable for capturing the views of the top 1% of earners in America.
The webcast will be livestreamed. They write that both the rich and poor in wealthy countries suffer under these circumstances. Wilkinson and Pickett's book includes a comparison of social outcomes related to countries with high levels of income inequality and those with low levels of income inequality.Apr 11, · It has been 15 years since Florida’s book The Rise of the urbanism with missives like this thinking on cities and inequality.
As you might expect from a book that aims to diagnose and.When cash-strapped local governments don’t provide adequate services, and planning policies prioritize economic development over community needs, what is a concerned citizen to do?
In the help-yourself city, you do it yourself. The Help-Yourself City presents the results of nearly five years of in-depth research on people who take urban planning into their own hands with unauthorized yet.