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La titolarizzazione della proprietà informale. Consensi e critiche del pensiero di Hernando de Soto
Titolo Rivista: ARCHIVIO DI STUDI URBANI E REGIONALI 
Autori/Curatori: Cora Fontana 
Anno di pubblicazione:  2017 Fascicolo: 120 Lingua: Italiano 
Numero pagine:  22 P. 141-162 Dimensione file:  198 KB
DOI:  10.3280/ASUR2017-120007
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La titolarizzazione della proprietà si conferma tra le strategie più condivise per la riduzione dell’informalità urbana nelle città del Global South. Uno dei contributi più noti è quello fornito da Hernando de Soto. Considerato tra i migliori economisti al mondo, ma anche "guru del populismo neoliberale", de Soto ha attratto sia importanti consensi sia aspre critiche. L’articolo, dopo aver introdotto le sue teorie, fornirà un quadro dell’impatto che queste hanno avuto a livello internazionale.


Keywords: Informalità; diritti di proprietà; povertà; extra-legalità; titolarizzazione

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Cora Fontana, in "ARCHIVIO DI STUDI URBANI E REGIONALI" 120/2017, pp. 141-162, DOI:10.3280/ASUR2017-120007

   

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