How and why does urban regulation affect the informality and fiscal health of a municipality?
How can non-tax instruments finance the costs of urbanization?
Why don’t land prices reflect increased urban development?
Is it feasible to provide inclusive housing following market laws?
Are the prices higher in a city with a greater provision of infrastructure?
These and other questions will be addressed in this face-to-face course (40 hours), aimed at professionals in the field of urban planning and management. The course will take place at ECLAC headquarters in Santiago (Av. Dag Hammarskjöld 3477, Vitacura).
Cynthia Goytia, PhD;
Marcela Román, MSc;
Martin Smolka, PhD;
Diego Aulestia, MA;
Anaclaudia Rossbach, MSc;
Registration open from August 4. rmation on the Urban Platform and Cities of Latin America and the Caribbean.