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The Financialization of Social Services: Implications for Planning Cities that Value Care Over Profit
Financialization, often defined as the growing influence of the financial sector in everyday life, is exacerbating the affordability issues that plague many cities today. Drawing on theoretical concepts from ecological and ...
The Paradox of Black Life: Discourses of Urban (Un)livability
The question of livability in the city has inspired plenty of debate amongst urban planning practitioners and scholars who have tried to define what constitutes a livable city and question, for whom is the livable city ...