South Asia

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3 - What Are the Local Conditions for Real Estate Expansion? Preliminary Hypothesis Emerging from Empirical Field Work

Friday, July 6
10:20 AM - 11:50 AM
Location: Maple, Lower Ground Floor

This presentation is based on a fieldwork research in Dharuhera, a small Haryanvi town of the Delhi National Capital Region. Dharuhera is a typical example of a small town whose growth is fuelled by its proximity to Delhi and characterized by real estate expansion. From a macro perspective, Dharuhera could be any other locality in the periphery of Delhi. However, fieldwork focused on elected local representatives has revealed the embeddedness of real estate activities with the small town economy and the role of the local elites in enabling the anchoring of real estate builders through various mechanisms. Based on an exploratory reading of the telling of the real estate arrival in Dharuhera from its local actors, this presentation will put forward the hypothesis about local conditions that anchor the real estate industry territorially. 

Marie-Hélène Zérah

Institut de Recherche pour le Dévelopment, France

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