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Street vendors, their contested spaces, and the policy environment: A view from Caloocan, Metro Manila
RB Recio, JEA Gomez Jr
Environment and Urbanization Asia 4 (1), 173-190, 2013
772013
Understanding Indonesia’s gated communities and their relationship with inequality
S Roitman, RB Recio
Housing Studies 35 (5), 795-819, 2020
592020
Revisiting policy epistemologies on urban informality: Towards a post-dualist view
RB Recio, I Mateo-Babiano, S Roitman
Cities 61, 136-143, 2017
552017
Formalising the jeepney industry in the Philippines–A confirmatory thematic analysis of key transitionary issues
I Mateo-Babiano, RB Recio, DP Ashmore, MD Guillen, SM Gaspay
Research in Transportation Economics, 2020
422020
Rising inequalities, deepening divides: Urban citizenship in the time of COVID-19
Redento B. Recio, Lutfun Nahar Lata, Ishita Chatterjee
Geographical Research, 2021
292021
Engaging the ‘ungovernable’: Urban informality issues and insights for planning
RB Recio
Journal in Urban and Regional Planning 2 (1), 18-37, 2015
282015
Street entanglements: Contestation, collaboration, and co-optation in Manila’s informal vending spaces
RB Recio
Journal of Urban Affairs, 1205-1223, 2022
172022
Forced eviction by another name: Neoliberal urban development in Manila
RB Recio, K Dovey
Planning Theory & Practice 22 (5), 806-812, 2021
132021
Mobility nodes and economic spaces: Links, tensions and planning implications
RB Recio, S Roitman, I Mateo-Babiano
Journal of Transport and Land Use 12 (1), 2019
132019
How can street routines inform state regulation? Learning from informal traders in Baclaran, Metro Manila
RB Recio
International Development Planning Review 43 (1), 63-88, 2021
122021
Street vending and co-production: key lessons during the COVID-19 pandemic
RB Recio, JEA Gomez Jr, HMH Thai, PT Nguyen
Space and Polity 25 (3), 325-346, 2021
102021
The spatial logic of informal street vending in Manila: an assemblage approach
Kim Dovey, Redento B. Recio, Elek Pafka
Space and Polity, 2022
92022
Reimagining (informal) housing futures in uncertain times
RB Recio, T Shafique
International Journal of Housing Policy 22 (1), 106-118, 2022
92022
Street use and urban informal vending: Towards a policy framework addressing socio-spatial issues of urban informal vending vis-ā-vis the use of streets (the case of Caloocan City)
RB Recio
Unpublished Master’s Thesis. University of the Philippines Diliman, Quezon …, 2010
92010
Setting up a COVID-19 community response strategy in local government units: immediate, transitory, and medium-term considerations for planning
AR Torneo, AA Andres, KB Berse, ALL Borja, RS Nazareno, MD Ordoņez, ...
Manila: De La Salle University Policy Brief. Avaliableat: https://www …, 2020
82020
Harnessing settlement re-informalization: Morphogenesis of on-site upgrading at Sitio Pajo
K Dovey, RB Recio
Habitat International 131, 102724, 2023
62023
COVID-19 reveals unequal urban citizenship in Manila, Dhaka and Delhi
RB Recio, I Chatterjee, L Nahar Lata
LSE COVID-19 Blog, 2020
62020
Street vendors’ self-help strategies highlight cities’ neglect of how the other half survive
RB Recio
https://theconversation.com/street-vendors-self-help-strategies-highlight …, 2019
42019
Who Governs the ‘Ungovernable’?: Examining governing relations in urban informality
RB Recio
The University of Queensland, 2018
42018
Grassroots intermediaries in urban informal trading: Brokering for development or stifling dissent?
RB Recio
https://cswcd.upd.edu.ph/index.php/2019/07/24/philippine-journal-of-social …, 2019
3*2019
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