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Urban Problems and Policies in Latin America: Truths and Fallacies
The paper summarizes and critically examines collaborative research efforts in the field of Latin American urban studies in the latter half of the 20th century.
The outcomes and conclusions arising from this research are revisited in relation to recent trends of urban development in Latin American cities and the analytical perspectives used to understand these as well as prevailing social and urban policies.
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