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Compact Cities: Sustainable Urban Forms for Developing Countries

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Compact Cities: Sustainable Urban Forms for Developing Countries (2001), edited by Mike Jenks and Rod Burgess, is a collection of papers on the pros and cons of a "compact city" approach in developing countries. Theory, policy and practice are addressed in relation to sustainability and the urban built environment.

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