Silva published on the political tensions caused by public-private public works projects in Chile, 1990–2005

in City Planning & Urban Affairs, Enrique Silva, Faculty News, MET News
September 16th, 2013

Enrique SilvaAssistant Professor of Urban Affairs and City Planning, Enrique Silva has authored “Managing the citizen: privatized public works and the bureaucratic management of citizenship in post-authoritarian Chile, 1990–2005” published by Taylor Francis, a leader in international academic works. Silva’s treatise focuses on the state bureaucracy charged with the daily management of large, urban infrastructure projects and the political tensions they generated, illustrating the messy, unpredictable translation of macro-state policies into micro-strategies of social management and definition of rights. Read the abstract at Taylor Francis Online