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I n d e x Page numbers in italics represent tables and figures in the text. ACCIÓN (nongovernmental organization ), 240 Adams, D., 198 Africa: application of geographic information technologies, 172; education and development goals of postcolonial nations, 310–11; rates of urbanization and global population growth, 3–4, 5–7; sustainable urban development, 284– 86. See also Kenya; Uganda Agawarla index, 57 agglomeration economies, 49–50, 61 aging populations, 26–27, 30–31 Angel, Shlomo, 113, 114 Asia: megacities, 10; rates of urbanization and global population growth, 3–4, 5–7, 10. See also China’s urbanization; India Asian Development Bank (ADB), 192, 264, 274 Balk, Deborah, 89–106; and GRUMP approach, 102 Baltrusis, Nelson, 305, 306 Bangladesh, 94, 183 Bassett, K., 210 Batty, M., 126 Bazoglu, Nefise, 32–47 Beijing Province (China): Beijing-TianjinHebei priority megapolitan region, 212, 215, 224–33; spatial data on administrative districts coupled with population counts, 99–101, 100, 101 Bengaluru, India, 163–66, 165 Bilac, Olavo, 309, 330n3 Birch, Eugenie L., 3–23 Blair, Tony, 192, 202 Bockstael, N., 116 Bocquier, P., 95 Brazil: CEF (Caiza Econômica Federal), 295; decentralization policies, 44–45, 295; federal housing program of the New Republic, 295; history of lowincome housing, 294–97; National Housing Bank, 295; National Program for Collective Home Building, 295; performance monitoring in urban governance , 45; peripheral land developments with home ownership and self-construction, 294; ‘‘populist period’’ (1945–1964), 294, 330n1; real estate financial system, 295; the SFI (Sistema Financeiro Imobiliário), 295; slums (cortiços), 294; spatial data and over-time dimension of urban population growth, 102, 103, 104; Vargas period (1930–1945), 294. See also squatter settlements and squatter populations (São Paulo, Brazil) Brookings Institution (Wolfsohn Center), 8–9 Brueckner, J., 119 Brundtland Report (1987), 285 Burchfield, N., 116 California Urban Futures (CUF) family of urban growth models, 133, 133–34, 325n6; calibration and data requirements , 140–41; comparison with other models, 137–43, 138–39, 144–45, 325n7; convergence or divergence, 142–43, 144–45; CURBA (California Urban and Biodiversity Analysis), 134; CURLA (California Urban and Rural Landscape 368 Index California Urban Futures (continued) Analysis), 134, 325n6; design and processes , 137–40, 325n7; uses, 141–42 Campos, Roberto, 295 Canada: public-private partnerships and infrastructure projects, 204, 206, 207, 209, 327n6, 327n8; Richmond-AirportVancouver link in British Columbia, 207, 209 Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA), 264 Cardoso, Adauto Lucio, 295 Cassen, Robert, 31 ‘‘central place theory,’’ 54–55, 63, 82 Century of the City, No Time to Lose (Peirce and Johnson), 17 Champion, T., 106 Chicago, Illinois: land-cover data (after filtering ), 112, 113; land-cover data (‘‘before’’ and ‘‘after’’ images), 111, 111–12, 112; open space and infill development , 117–18, 118 child mortality rates, 37, 96–98, 97 China’s urbanization, 67–85, 155–63, 212–33; challenges of rapid urbanization , 67–68, 83–84; civil society development , 223, 231; densities, 60, 218, 225–27, 230–31, 328n5, 329n12; economic transition and, 80, 80–81; employment, 72–73, 84; environmental impacts in Pearl River Delta, 155–66, 156, 159, 160; environmental sustainability goals, 21; first phase (anti-urbanization ), 68, 68–70; fiscal contracting system, 183; Five-Year Plans, 67, 81, 160– 61, 224, 229, 329n16; fourth phase (tertiary industries/service sector), 68, 72, 80–83, 85; four waves, 68, 68–83; rural industrialization, 70–71; rural-urban migration, 83–84, 91; second phase (Economic Reform and Open Policy), 68, 70–71; social exclusion and social unrest, 84; Special Economic Zones, 83, 213, 219, 220; strategies (current debates and future trends), 83–85; third phase (land reform), 68, 71–80; township and village enterprises (TVEs), 71; transportation, 82, 85, 217–18, 228–29, 231–32; urban population growth, 38, 91. See also land use, land reform, and urban form efficiency (China) Christaller, Walter, 82 CIESIN’s (Center for International Earth Science Information Network) Global Rural-Urban Mapping Project (GRUMP), 102, 106, 113–14 City Study, 64–65 Civco, David L., 113, 114 Clarke, Keith, 131 Cohen, Joel E., 24–31 colonialism, 168–69, 276–78, 310–11 Commission on the Measurement of Economic Performance and Social Progress (Stiglitz Commission), 4–8 community-based organizations (CBOs), 45 Crenshaw, Edward M., 17 CUF/CURBA/CURLA model. See California Urban Futures (CUF) family of urban growth models Cunningham, C., 118 Daniels, R. J., 204, 327n7, 327n10 Davis, Kingsley, 27 Davis, Morris A., 63 Delors Report (Learning the Treasure Within) (1996), 312 Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC...

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