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The Politics of Incremental Progressivism. Governments, Governances and Urban Policy Changes in Sao Paulo. Edition No. 1. IJURR Studies in Urban and Social Change Book Series

  • ID: 5187117
  • Book
  • April 2021
  • 304 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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The Politics of Incremental Progressivism analyzes urban policies in São Paulo - one of the biggest and most complex Southern cities - not only challenging the misconception that large metropolises of the Global South are usually ungovernable, but showing the recent occurrence of progressive change.

  • The first detailed and systematic account of the policies and politics that construct, maintain and operate a large Southern metropolis
  • Analyzes the policies of bus and subway transportation, traffic control, waste collection, development licensing, public housing and large urban projects, additionally to budgeting, electoral results and government formation and dynamics
  • Contains original researches about urban policies in a Southern metropolis, and a theoretical focus that bridges the gap between political science and urban studies
  • Contributes to the understanding of how the city is governed, what kinds of policies its governments construct and deliver and, more importantly, under what conditions it produces redistributive change in the direction of policies that reduce its striking social and urban inequalities
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Acknowledgements

Authors

Introduction. Eduardo Marques

Part 1. Urban politics and political institutions

1. Governments, mayors and policies - Eduardo Marques and Telma Hoyler

2. The politics of Executive-legislative relations - Eduardo Marques and Telma Hoyler

3. The politics of municipal budgets – Ursula Peres

Part 2. Governing urban services:

4. Struggling to replace the car paradigm: politics and mobility change - Carolina Requena

5. Increasingly governing bus services through policy instruments – Marcos Campos

6. Technocratic decisions and financial arrangements in subway services – Daniela Costanzo

7. The incremental politics of regulating waste collection – Samuel Ralize de Godoy

Part 3. Governing land and housing:

8. Continuities and changes in the diversification of public housing - Eduardo Marques and Magaly Pulhez 

9. Developers and politicians in the institutionalising of development regulation – Telma Hoyler

10. Conflicts and incremental change in urban renewal instruments - Betina Sarue and Stefano Pagin

11. Circulation of institutional formats in urban regeneration: from São Paulo to Porto Maravilha– Betina Sarue

Conclusion. Comparing and understanding policy changes in São Paulo - Eduardo Marques

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Eduardo Cesar Leão Marques
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