The aim of this essay is to trace the red thread linking the physical urban dimension of the city of Rome – heavily influenced by the phenomenon of abusiveness – with the economic and social aspects, highlighting the structural inequalities that its citizens experience and how these have been exacerbated in recent times and with the current pandemic crisis. Having initially underlined the importance and the implications of intraurban inequalities in today’s society, in the final part we will try to examine and reflect upon the effectiveness of the various policies implemented.

Lelo, K., Risi, G. (2022). Urban Development in Rome: Illegal Housing Expansion, Inequalities and Governance. In M.D.C. Annalisa Caloffi (a cura di), The regional challenges in the post.Covid era (pp. 81-100). Milano : Franco Angeli.

Urban Development in Rome: Illegal Housing Expansion, Inequalities and Governance

Lelo, Keti
;
Risi, Gianluca
2022

Abstract

The aim of this essay is to trace the red thread linking the physical urban dimension of the city of Rome – heavily influenced by the phenomenon of abusiveness – with the economic and social aspects, highlighting the structural inequalities that its citizens experience and how these have been exacerbated in recent times and with the current pandemic crisis. Having initially underlined the importance and the implications of intraurban inequalities in today’s society, in the final part we will try to examine and reflect upon the effectiveness of the various policies implemented.
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Lelo, K., Risi, G. (2022). Urban Development in Rome: Illegal Housing Expansion, Inequalities and Governance. In M.D.C. Annalisa Caloffi (a cura di), The regional challenges in the post.Covid era (pp. 81-100). Milano : Franco Angeli.
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