- Title Pages
- List of figures and tables
- Notes on the editors
- Notes on the contributors
- One Introduction
- Two Unravelling the yarn of gentrification trends in the contested inner city of Athens
- Three Slum gentrification in Lisbon, Portugal
- Four City upgraded
- Five Confronting favela chic
- Six Rethinking gentrification in India
- Seven The prospects of gentrification in downtown Cairo
- Eight Widespread and diverse forms of gentrification in Israel
- Nine The endogenous dynamics of urban renewal and gentrification in Seoul
- Ten Value extraction from land and real estate in Karachi
- Eleven Gentrification in Buenos Aires
- Twelve Promoting private interest by public hands?
- Thirteen The making of, and resistance to, state-led gentrification in Istanbul, Turkey
- Fourteen Gentrification, neoliberalism and loss in Puebla, Mexico
- Fifteen Capital, state and conflict
- Sixteen Gentrification in Nigeria
- Seventeen Gentrification in China?
- Eighteen Emerging retail gentrification in Santiago de Chile
- Nineteen Gentrification dispositifs in the historic centre of Madrid
- Twenty When authoritarianism embraces gentrification – the case of Old Damascus, Syria
- Twenty-one The place of gentrification in Cape Town
- Twenty-two Conclusion
- Afterword The adventure of generic gentrification
- (p.441) Twenty-two Conclusion
- Global gentrifications
Hyun Bang Shin
- Policy Press
This conclusion pulls out the main lessons that the editors learned from reading the books chapters altogether. It begins the ‘comparative urbanism’ that gentrification studies now demands. It is but a first step, a foray, for the editors argue that such a project needs to be longer, deeper, and more sustained, than can be achieved here.
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