A Handbook on Urban Land Markets for Africa

This handbook provides an overview of the urban land markets within an economy through the introduction of key classical economic concepts. It contains the necessary tools for engaging in a critical analysis of conventional economics with regards to understanding African urban land markets. The authors address issues surrounding land use, supply and demand as they unfold in the African continent.
The book is intended for use by government officials, private firms and NGOs involved in the fields of housing, urban planning, engineering, architecture and related areas.
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