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Author McDonald, David A. (David Alexander)
Title World city syndrome : neoliberalism and inequality in Cape Town / David A. McDonald.
Imprint New York : Routledge, [2008]

Author McDonald, David A. (David Alexander)
Series Routledge studies in human geography ; 18
Routledge studies in human geography ; 18.
Subject Human geography -- South Africa -- Cape Town.
Neoliberalism -- South Africa -- Cape Town.
Urbanization -- South Africa -- Cape Town.
Equality -- South Africa -- Cape Town.
Racism -- South Africa -- Cape Town.
Sociology, Urban -- South Africa -- Cape Town.
Cape Town (South Africa) -- Geography.
Cape Town (South Africa) -- Politics and government.
Cape Town (South Africa) -- Economic conditions.
Cape Town (South Africa) -- Social conditions.
Description 1 online resource (xxv, 355 pages) : illustrations, maps.
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Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references (pages 319-344) and index.
Contents Cape Town as world city -- Cape Town as capitalist city -- Cape Town as neoliberal city -- Respatializing Cape Town (I) : local government restructuring -- Respatializing Cape Town (II) : investments in the built environment -- Privatizing Cape Town -- Cost recovering Cape Town -- Disciplining Cape Town -- (De)Africanizing Cape Town -- Keep left for Cape Town : alternative development strategies.
Note Print version record.
ISBN 9781135903374 (electronic bk.)
1135903379 (electronic bk.)
OCLC # 808367057
Additional Format Print version: McDonald, David A. (David Alexander). World city syndrome. New York : Routledge, ©2008 9780415958578 (DLC) 2007007173 (OCoLC)85484947

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