Neo-liberal planlegging og eiendomsrett i Polen etter 1989
Małgorzata Barbara Havel
AbstractNeoliberalism has recently become a topic of vivid interest within planning theory. Private property rights are an essential component of the neoliberal philosophy and play a very significant role in understanding the particular ways in which neoliberalism has shaped trajectories of urban development for countries in transition. This paper aims to critically reflect on property rights restitution and delineation and its influence on neoliberal trajectories of urban development in Poland after 1989.
|Other language title versions||Neoliberal planning and property rights in Poland after 1989|
|Journal series||Kart og Plan, ISSN 0047-3278|
|Publication size in sheets||0.5|
|Keywords in English||property rights, planning, restitution, Poland|
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|Citation count*||2 (2020-09-01)|
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