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  • Producing and contesting the formal/informal divide : regulating street hawking in Delhi, India
  • Autorités municipales ; Colporteur ; Commerce de détail ; Conflit ; Delhi ; Espace public ; Géographie sociale ; Inde ; Informalité ; Législation ; Moyens d'existence ; Politique urbaine ; Rue
  • Conflict ; Delhi ; India ; Informality ; Legislation ; Livelihood ; Public space ; Retail trade ; Social geography ; Street ; Urban policy
  • The AA. compare two recent conflicts over street hawkers’ use of public space in Delhi, which demonstrate that power is dispersed across a range of sites and rests with a number of state and non-state actors. They argue that preconceived notions
  • 2014
  • The making of “World-Class” Delhi : relations between street hawkers and the new middle class
  • This article examines the making of “World-Class” Delhi through the relations between street hawkers and the new middle class. It shows that the poor depend on the new middle class for their livelihoods, and the lifestyles of new middle class
  • are enabled by services provided by the poor. While they enable and participate in Delhi's transformation into a so-called “world-class” city, the reconciliation of competing visions of urbanization—one geared toward social reproduction and the other
  • 2014