Under a comparative analysis of the cases of Colombia, Peru and South Korea, I center on the role of the state in housing policies in each of these countries, especially in relation to the market, highlighting the importance of land management. Based on the review of the bibliography, one concludes that though these countries have crossed for processes of liberalization and privatization from the decade of 1990, they differ in his institutional scheme of attention to the housing and urban land management: a state developer and planner who promotes public-private-partnership (Korea), another one that combines mechanisms of subsidy with management of land (Colombia) and another one in which there reigns the free market (Peru).
|Translated title of the contribution||Policy of housing and management of urban land. Cases of South Korea, Colombia and Peru (1990-2015)|
|Number of pages||26|
|State||Published - 2019|
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