Sejal Patel

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CEPT University

India
Research Profile

Urban development induced displacement and impoverishment, informal settlements and affordable housing policies and programs, participatory governance

Africa, Asia
English

International Journals
1. Patel, S., Sliuzas, R., & Mathur, N. (2015). The risk of impoverishment in urban development-induced displacement and resettlement in Ahmedabad. Environment and Urbanization, 27(1), 231-256.
2. Patel, S., Sliuzas, R., & Georgiadou, Y. (2016(forthcoming)). Participatory local governance in Asian cities: invited,closed or claimed spaces for urban poor?. Environment & Urbanization Asia, 7(1).
3. Patel, S., & Mandhyan, R. (2014). Impoverishment assessment of slum dwellers after off-site and on-site resettlement: a case of Indore. Commonwealth Journal of Local Governance, 15 (2), 104-127.
4. Dubagunta, G., & Patel, S. (2016). Outreach of Pro-poor Housing Programs and Projects: Is it sustained? International Journal Of Built Environment And Sustainability, 3(1), 365-373.

National Journals / Edited Book Chapters

5. Dubagunta, G. S., & Patel, S. (2015). Efforts of Affordable Housing Supply Models-Futile or Worthwhile? Shelter, 16(2), 18-27.
6. Patel, S., & Bandyopadhyay, S. (2015). Conceptualising smart cities for unique urban development context of India. Nirman, 87(1), 30-38.
7. Mell, I., Patel, S., & Bandyopadhyay, S. (2014). Smart Cities: What value will they bring to urban development in India? Shelter, 15(2), 77-90.
8. Patel, S. (2016 (forthcoming)). The politics of land and Infrastructure development. In S. Patel (Ed.), Sociology. New Delhi: UGC, MHRD.
9. Patel, S., & Jukur, S. (2016 (forthcoming)). Policy response to spatial illegality and of the urban poor. In V. Ganguly (Ed.), Land Acquisition, Rehabilitation and Resettlement in India (Vol. 1). New Delhi: Sage

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