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SOLLY ANGEL
Dr. Angel is an international expert on housing and urban development, specializing in issues facing cities in developing countries. His most recent book, Planet of Cities is scheduled for publication in September 2012 by the Lincoln Institute of Land Policy, together with a companion volume titled Atlas of Urban Expansion, prepared with J. Parent, D. L. Civco and A. M. Blei. Both books focus on the need to engage with the coming global urban expansion. His previous book, Housing Policy Matters: A Global Analysis was published by Oxford University Press in 2000, following the earlier publication of the World Bank’s housing policy paper titled Housing: Enabling Markets to Work, co-authored with the late Stephen K. Mayo. Dr. Angel teaches urban planning at New York University and Princeton University, conducts global comparative research on cities, and consults the World Bank, the Inter-American Development Bank, and the United Nations on issues of housing and urban development.

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SOLLY ANGEL Dr. Angel is an international expert on housing and urban development, specializing in issues facing cities in developing countries. His most recent book, Planet of Cities is scheduled for publication in September 2012 by the Lincoln Institute of Land Policy, together with a companion volume titled Atlas of Urban Expansion, prepared with J. Parent, D. L. Civco and A. M. Blei. Both books focus on the need to engage with the coming global urban expansion. His previous book, Housing Policy Matters: A Global Analysis was published by Oxford University Press in 2000, following the earlier publication of the World Bank’s housing policy paper titled Housing: Enabling Markets to Work, co-authored with the late Stephen K. Mayo. Dr. Angel teaches urban planning at New York University and Princeton University, conducts global comparative research on cities, and consults the World Bank, the Inter-American Development Bank, and the United Nations on issues of housing and urban development.