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2018年第5期   DOI:10.22217/upi.2018.275
加纳快速城镇化中的城市非正规居民点研究
Research on Urban Informal Settlements in a Rapidly Urbanizing Ghana

韩笋生 埃里克· 盖伊西耶 杨跃龙

Han Sunsheng, Eric Gaisie, Yang Yuelong

关键词:城镇化;非正规居民点;南部非洲;加纳

Keywords:Urbanization; Informal Settlement; Sub-Saharan Africa; Ghana

摘要:

近30 年来,一些非洲国家和地区实现了快速的城镇化。与此相伴,大规模的城市非正规居民点也在许多非洲地区出现,且已成为当地实现城镇化的标志性现象之一。研究发展中国家的非正规居民点现象,为进一步认识城镇化与经济发展的关系提供了一个新的角度。本文以南部非洲国家加纳为研究对象,考察非正规居民点对当地城镇化和经济社会发展所带来的积极与消极影响,以期对中国研究发展中国家,特别是非洲国家的城镇化提供参考。


Abstract:

In parallel with the rapid urbanization over the last three decades, the emergence of informal settlements has become a widespread phenomenon, or even a key feature of urbanisation in many African countries. The study of informal settlements in these developing countries offers a new angle on the relationship between economic growth and urbanization. This paper discusses the positive and negative consequences of informal settlements in urbanisation and local socio-economic development using data from Ghana. The findings can provide reference for further research on urbanization in developing countries, especially in African countries.


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作者简介:

韩笋生,墨尔本大学建筑、建造及规划学院城市规划学教授。sshan@unimelb.edu.au

埃里克· 盖伊西耶,墨尔本大学建筑、建造及规划学院城市规划学博士研究生。egaisie@student.unimelb.edu.au

杨跃龙,墨尔本大学建筑、建造及规划学院城市规划学博士研究生。yuelongy@student.unimelb.edu.au


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