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Global Cities and Housing Dilemmas

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Globalization is one of the outcomes of extended economic development in recent decades, which inevitably has direct and indirect effects on different aspects of human life. This paper explains the effect of globalization on housing dilemmas in global cities or cities that want to be global. For this phenomenon, the effect of immigration—resulting from globalization and space polarization, the economic influence of globalization on housing as a global good, the effect of globalization on cultural characteristics, and finally changes in urban space structures emerging from globalization—on site selection of residential land use will be analyzed.

Affiliations: 1: Tehran Urban Planning and Research Center efallah@ut.ac.ir ; 2: University of British Columbia afrooz.fallah@yahoo.com

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