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Chandan Deuskar

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PhD Candidate, City and Regional Planning, University of Pennslyvania

About

Chandan Deuskar is a doctoral student in city and regional planning at the University of Pennsylvania School of Design. His research interests relate to rapid urbanization in the developing world and its relationship with urban poverty and economic growth, the spatial form of cities, and urban land issues. Between 2011 and 2016, he worked at the World Bank on urban development in Indonesia, Vietnam, Mongolia, Malaysia, Haiti, and Palestine, as well as regional and global studies which used new data and methods to standardize the definition and measurement of urban areas to allow international comparison of urbanization and its impacts. In 2011, Chandan obtained a Masters in City Planning from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, where his thesis was on land readjustment as a means of acquiring land for urban expansion in Ahmedabad, India. He also holds a BA in architecture from Columbia University. He grew up in Mumbai, India, and has also lived in Dubai, New York, Boston, and Washington, DC. 

Selected Publications

World Bank. "East Asia's Changing Urban Landscape: Measuring a Decade of Spatial Growth." (2015).

Sanyal, Bishwapriya, and Chandan Deuskar. "A better way to grow? Town planning schemes as a hybrid land readjustment process in Ahmedabad, India." Value capture and land policies 149 (2012): 182.

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PhD Candidate, City and Regional Planning, University of Pennslyvania

About

Chandan Deuskar is a doctoral student in city and regional planning at the University of Pennsylvania School of Design. His research interests relate to rapid urbanization in the developing world and its relationship with urban poverty and economic growth, the spatial form of cities, and urban land issues. Between 2011 and 2016, he worked at the World Bank on urban development in Indonesia, Vietnam, Mongolia, Malaysia, Haiti, and Palestine, as well as regional and global studies which used new data and methods to standardize the definition and measurement of urban areas to allow international comparison of urbanization and its impacts. In 2011, Chandan obtained a Masters in City Planning from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, where his thesis was on land readjustment as a means of acquiring land for urban expansion in Ahmedabad, India. He also holds a BA in architecture from Columbia University. He grew up in Mumbai, India, and has also lived in Dubai, New York, Boston, and Washington, DC. 

Selected Publications

World Bank. "East Asia's Changing Urban Landscape: Measuring a Decade of Spatial Growth." (2015).

Sanyal, Bishwapriya, and Chandan Deuskar. "A better way to grow? Town planning schemes as a hybrid land readjustment process in Ahmedabad, India." Value capture and land policies 149 (2012): 182.

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