His scientific interests lie mostly in Development economics, Economic growth, Poverty, Latin Americans and Urbanization. Alan Gilbert studied Development economics and Capital that intersect with Dilemma, Public housing and Law. His Economic growth study combines topics in areas such as Community action and Slum.
His Poverty research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Subsidy, Urban density, Urban anthropology, Social organization and Seriousness. His study in the fields of Latin American studies under the domain of Latin Americans overlaps with other disciplines such as Mexico city. He interconnects Suburbanization, Industrialisation, Urban agglomeration, Regional policy and Recession in the investigation of issues within Urbanization.
His main research concerns Latin Americans, Economic growth, Development economics, Poverty and Economic history. As a part of the same scientific study, Alan Gilbert usually deals with the Latin Americans, concentrating on Political economy and frequently concerns with Politics. Alan Gilbert performs integrative Economic growth and Human settlement research in his work.
His research integrates issues of Capital, Subsidy, Globalization, Unemployment and Recession in his study of Development economics. His Poverty study frequently involves adjacent topics like Urban studies. His State research incorporates elements of Self-help, Human geography, Community organization and Social control.
Alan Gilbert spends much of his time researching Latin Americans, Economic growth, Poverty, Development economics and Renting. His Latin Americans research includes themes of Economy, Economic history, Political economy and Politics. His studies in Political economy integrate themes in fields like Public administration, Property rights, Capital and Humanities.
His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Government and Labour economics. In his study, Subsidy and Social policy is strongly linked to Urban studies, which falls under the umbrella field of Poverty. In general Renting study, his work on Rental housing often relates to the realm of Accommodation, thereby connecting several areas of interest.
His primary areas of study are Economic growth, Latin Americans, Public administration, Capital and Human settlement. His work on Poverty and Urban studies as part of general Economic growth research is frequently linked to Accommodation, thereby connecting diverse disciplines of science. His Poverty research focuses on Development economics and how it connects with Government.
His work deals with themes such as Political economy, Corporate governance, Bureaucracy, Decentralization and Property rights, which intersect with Public administration. The Capital study combines topics in areas such as Technocracy, Administration and Corruption. His Politics study incorporates themes from Human geography, Community organization and State.
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Cities, Poverty, and Development: Urbanization in the Third World
Yue-Man Yeung;Alan Gilbert;Josef Gugler.
Geographical Review (1984)
Urban informality : transnational perspectives from the Middle East, Latin America, and South Asia
Ananya Roy;Nezar AlSayyad;Alan G Gilbert;Arif Hasan.
Published in <b>2003</b> in Lanham (Md.) by Lexington books (2003)
The Return of the Slum: Does Language Matter?
International Journal of Urban and Regional Research (2007)
The Latin American City
On the mystery of capital and the myths of Hernando de Soto: What difference does legal title make?
International Development Planning Review (2002)
Cities, Poverty and Development: Urbanization in the Third World
Alan Gilbert;Josef Gugler.
Housing, the State and the Poor: Policy and Practice in Three Latin American Cities
Alan Gilbert;Peter M. Ward.
Helping the poor through housing subsidies: lessons from Chile, Colombia and South Africa
Habitat International (2004)
Landlord and Tenant: Housing the Poor in Urban Mexico
Alan Gilbert;Ann Varley.
An urbanizing world: Global report on human settlements, 1996
Habitat International (1998)
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