This paper focuses on a case of ‘non-public planning’ in an informal neighbourhood of Maputo, Mozambique. Here, several residents undertook some planning duties (e.g. drawing up a detailed plan) in order to regularise their informal dwellings in lieu of the Municipality, due to its inertia. This was an attempt to …
The paper provides an introductory theoretical framework for this special issue. Firstly, the main weaknesses of the traditional ‘geography of informality’ are analyzed, including its tendency to focus on urban poverty in the ‘Global South’, to privilege its economic causes, and to treat the phenomenon in terms of clear-cut dichotomies. …
This paper deals with the question of corruption in the field of land-use planning. To curb the insidious spread of graft and bribery, anti-corruption measures should be built into any planning system as part of its structure. Corruption in the planning field is largely tied to the opportunities that …
Chiodelli F., Moroni S. (2016), “Zoning-integrative and zoning-alternative transferable development rights: Compensation, equity, efficiency”, Land Use Policy, 52: 422–429
Chiodelli F. (2012), “Il ruolo del planner tra tecnica e politica”, Archivio di Studi Urbani e Regionali, 105: 50-65.
Chiodelli F. (2011), “L’urbanistica come tecnica: una riflessione a partire da Henri Lefebvre”, Territorio, 56: 164-171.
Chiodelli F. (2009), “La cittadinanza secondo Henri Lefebvre: urbana, attiva, a matrice spaziale”, Territorio, 51: 103-109.
Chiodelli F. (2009), “Verso un pensiero degli arcana. Suggestioni (per chi si occupa di pianificazione) in Carl Schmitt”, Territorio, 47: 104-115.
Chiodelli F. (2012), “Re-politicizing Space through Technical Rules”, Planning Theory, 11 (2): 115-127.
Chiodelli F. (2013), “Planning and Urban Citizenship: Suggestions from the Thoughts of Henri Lefebvre”, Planning Perspectives 28 (3): 487-494