A framework for urban integration: the case of Buenos Aires

Severine Deneulin, Eduardo Lepore, Ann Mitchell, Ana Lourdes Suarez

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Abstract

Like other Latin American cities, Buenos Aires is deeply fragmented between the formal city and informal settlements. This chapter explores how the capability approach can inform innovative policies to reduce urban inequalities and promote a better distribution of wellbeing opportunities within a given urban territory. After setting the context, the chapter discusses some features of the capability approach which can underpin policies to reduce urban fragmentation. It focuses on three features which are particularly relevant for the context of urban inequality and policy in Latin America: its multi-dimensional, institutional and agentic policy perspective.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationCapability-Promoting Policies
Subtitle of host publicationEnhancing Individual and Social Development
EditorsHans-Uwe Otto, Melanie Walker, Holger Ziegler
Place of PublicationBristol, U. K.
PublisherPolicy Press
Pages111-129
ISBN (Print)9781447334316
Publication statusPublished - 15 Feb 2018

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