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Street Vendors In The Global Urban Economy

Author : Sharit Bhowmik
ISBN : 9781136516269
Genre : Social Science
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First published in 2010. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

Financial Inclusion Of The Marginalised

Author : Sharit K. Bhowmik
ISBN : 9788132215066
Genre : Business & Economics
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This book is the product of a study conducted by the Tata Institute of Social Sciences (TISS) in collaboration with the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and Ministry of Urban Housing and Poverty Alleviation (MoHUPA). Its objective is to highlight some of the problems faced by street vendors in conducting their daily business and to examine how financial institutions, especially those in the banking sector, can include street vendors in their credit policies. Data was collected from 15 cities across the country. Not surprisingly, while issues such as public space utilisation have been deliberated upon at length, those concerning the nature of credit transactions and concurrently the financial inclusion of street vendors have scarcely received focussed attention. In the absence of formal credit, street vendors largely depend on loan sharks, who charge high interest rates ranging from 350% to 800% per annum. The problem of formal credit aside, another equally important factor is the inflexible attitude of the civic authorities towards street vending. Given their informal status, this is particularly apparent because they are forced to conduct business in the absence of legal protection, making them vulnerable to rent seeking by the authorities. The acceptance of the National Policy for Urban Street Vendors by a few states and the subsequent bill to protect the livelihood of street vendors should help them gain legitimacy and subsequently credit to run their businesses at proper rates. The book examines and analyses these issues. ​

Street Vending In The Neoliberal City

Author : Kristina Graaff
ISBN : 9781782388357
Genre : Social Science
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Examining street vending as a global, urban, and informalized practice found both in the Global North and Global South, this volume presents contributions from international scholars working in cities as diverse as Berlin, Dhaka, New York City, Los Angeles, Calcutta, Rio de Janeiro, and Mexico City. The aim of this global approach is to repudiate the assumption that street vending is usually carried out in the Southern hemisphere and to reveal how it also represents an essential-and constantly growing-economic practice in urban centers of the Global North. Although street vending activities vary due to local specificities, this anthology illustrates how these urban practices can also reveal global ties and developments.

Urban Informal Sector Urbanisation And Street Vendors In Gujarat

Author : Dr.C. N. Ray
ISBN : 9781387217564
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The Routledge Handbook On Cities Of The Global South

Author : Susan Parnell
ISBN : 9781136678202
Genre : Architecture
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The renaissance in urban theory draws directly from a fresh focus on the neglected realities of cities beyond the west and embraces the global south as the epicentre of urbanism. This Handbook engages the complex ways in which cities of the global south and the global north are rapidly shifting, the imperative for multiple genealogies of knowledge production, as well as a diversity of empirical entry points to understand contemporary urban dynamics. The Handbook works towards a geographical realignment in urban studies, bringing into conversation a wide array of cities across the global south – the ‘ordinary’, ‘mega’, ‘global’ and ‘peripheral’. With interdisciplinary contributions from a range of leading international experts, it profiles an emergent and geographically diverse body of work. The contributions draw on conflicting and divergent debates to open up discussion on the meaning of the city in, or of, the global south; arguments that are fluid and increasingly contested geographically and conceptually. It reflects on critical urbanism, the macro- and micro-scale forces that shape cities, including ideological, demographic and technological shifts, and constantly changing global and regional economic dynamics. Working with southern reference points, the chapters present themes in urban politics, identity and environment in ways that (re)frame our thinking about cities. The Handbook engages the twenty-first-century city through a ‘southern urban’ lens to stimulate scholarly, professional and activist engagements with the city.

Women Street Vendors In Nairobi Kenya

Author : Philomena Muiruri
ISBN : 9789994455461
Genre : Social Science
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Street vending represents a significant share of the urban informal economy. Poverty and high levels of unemployment in Nairobi City have seen the number of women street vendors increase as they take up street trading as a means of survival and a livelihood strategy. However, there is limited understanding about the socio-economic characteristics of the women vendors, challenges they experience and the effects of the regulatory framework on their activity. This study used a human rights perspective to examine the situation of women street vendors because policies dealing with street trading should be based explicitly on the norms and values set out in the international law of human rights so as to promote and protect the rights of women street vendors. Data was collected from women street vendors who were selected from the streets using interview schedules while interview guides gathered data from key informants in the public and private sectors. Data analysis employed quantitative techniques on the questionnaires and hypothesis testing and qualitative methods for content analysis.

Kontrollierte Urbanit T

Author : Volker Eick
ISBN : 9783839406762
Genre : Political Science
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Seit rund zwanzig Jahren sind Städte zu Laboren neoliberaler Kriminalpolitik avanciert. Das gilt insbesondere für die Metropolen Nordamerikas und Westeuropas, in denen neue staatliche Polizeistrategien erprobt, private Sicherheitsdienste beauftragt und elaborierte Kontroll- und Sicherheitstechnologien zum Einsatz gebracht werden. Erstmals fassen hier ausgewiesene Experten theoretische und empirische Ergebnisse zur sicherheitspolitischen Kontrolle des innerstädtischen Raums, von Sportveranstaltungen, neuen sozialen Bewegungen und sogenannten Randgruppen in vergleichender Perspektive zusammen.

Stra Enhandel In Berlin

Author : Noa K. Ha
ISBN : 9783839434864
Genre : Social Science
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Die Alltagspraxis von Straßenhändler_innen in der historischen Mitte von Berlin ist davon bestimmt, sich sowohl an die alltäglichen, strukturellen und institutionellen Begrenzungen anzupassen als auch diese herauszufordern. Noa K. Ha liefert Einblicke in diese alltägliche Nutzung des öffentlichen Raums, die zugleich die Globalisierung westlicher Metropolen augenfällig macht. Ihre Studie verweist auf das problematische Verhältnis zwischen urbaner Raumnutzung, informalisierter Arbeit und rassifizierter Migration und fragt angesichts wachsender Diskriminierungen nach der Inklusionsfähigkeit öffentlicher Räume in einer europäischen Stadt wie Berlin.

Der Arena Weltatlas

Author : Elisabeth Sackett
ISBN : 3401050893
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Weltrisikobericht 2014

Author : Peter Mucke
ISBN : 9783981449532
Genre : Architecture
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