Browse Dept. of Urban and Regional Planning by Subject "consociationalism"
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The effects of elite-led power sharing on postconflict urban reconstruction: consociationalism and the Mostar case (2011-05-25)Cities divided by war and political violence are a global phenomenon. These divided cities become the manifestations of regional, national, or global conflicts. Planners in such cities face a unique set of challenges; ...