In Capital City: Gentrification and the Real Estate State, Samuel Stein approaches the issue of gentrification through the lens of urban planning, arguing for better understanding of the rising political influence of real estate interests within local and national governments. The book shines a light on the underlining political dynamic that lies at the heart of our cities and is essential reading for anyone interested in gentrification and displacement, writes Conor Wilson.
|LSE Review of Books
|The London School of Economics and Political Science
|Published - 27 Sept 2019