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Author: Martín Martín, Víctor O.
Jerez Darias, Luis M.
Pérez Pérez, Mario
García Cruz, Israel
Date: 2010
Published in: Congreso Nacional de Tecnologías de la Información Geográfica (14. 2010.Sevilla) (2010), p 917-929
ISBN/ISSN: 978-84-472-1294-1
Document type: Presentation
Abstract: Se plantea que, en el vertiginoso incremento de la actividad urbanística acaecida en España a lo largo de la última década, el papel de la propiedad del suelo sigue teniendo un protagonismo clave en la vida económica de nuestro país. Lo inmobiliar...
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The last decade witnessed an increase in the urban development activity in Spain. Land ownership has played a crucial role within it. Real state processes take place (materialize) around the element of soil, but the soil turns out to be fragmented by private property. And the latter, through administrative mechanisms, pursues its relabeling from “rural” to “urban”. As a result, big owners of land obtain millionaire incomes. In this context, the so-called “urban development corruption” appears: the subordination of politics to the interests of a number of economic groups (land owners, builders and real estate promoters). A thorough study has been undertaken, which analyzed journalistic sources and official statistics. They were later introduced into a database and a Geographic Information system (Arc gis 9.2). This has yielded a cartography of “irregular urbanism” at different scales (municipal, provincial and autonomous communities) in the period from 2000 to 2010.
Cite: Martín Martín, V.O., Jerez Darias, L.M., Pérez Pérez, M. y García Cruz, I. (2010). Georreferenciando la corrupción urbanística en España. En Congreso Nacional de Tecnologías de la Información Geográfica (14. 2010.Sevilla) (917-929), Sevilla: Universidad de Sevilla.
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URI: http://hdl.handle.net/11441/66651

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