Right To The City: What About Rural Residents?
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Fabula Szabolcs is a senior lecturer at the University of Szeged in the Department of Economics and Social Geography. His research interests include the effects and policy and governance aspects of urban social diversity, geographic analysis of health damage and disability, and migration of health professionals.

                       

Right To The City: What About Rural Residents?

More than half of the world population lives in urban areas, which figure is projected to reach two thirds by 2050, according to the United Nations. Cities are the nodes of economic and social life in industrial and post-industrial societies, providing jobs and a wide range of services not only for their residents but also for people living outside urban areas. However, cities are much more than this: in today’s massively urbanized world, they are the main sites of capital...

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