Dr. Edmundo Werna Focal Point For Habitat III ILO (International Labour Office) Brazil Dr. Pablo Sanguinetti Corporate Director Of Economic Analysis And Knowledge For Development CAF CAF- Development Bank Of Latin America Argentina Lidice Larrea Minister Ecuador Marco Kamiya UN-Habitat Maria del Pilar Tellez Soler Assessor Of Sustainable Metropolitan Development The Bucaramanga Metropolitan Area Colombia Rodrigo Rollemberg Governor Of Brasilia Brazil Sameh Wahba Director For Urban And Territorial Development Disaster Risk Management And Resilience The World Bank Egypt Sarah Henk UCLG Yondela Tembakazi Silimela Executive Director City Of Johannesburg South Africa
|Organization: International Labour Office ( ILO ); United Nations Human Settlements Programme (UN-Habitat); World Bank|
|Center For Biological Diversity (CBD); United Nations Department Of Economic And Social Affairs (DESA); United Nations World Food Programme ( WFP); World Trade Organization (WTO); United Nations Educational Scientific And Cultural Organization (UNESCO)|
Local Economic Development and the New Urban Agenda The starting point will be the competitive cities framework and then presenting the case study. The idea is then to drill down on action areas and we could pick Land Value Capture/urban regeneration for further elaboration of various tools that are available. After presenting a broad framework and one or two examples of tool, the key point is that we need data and analytics for applying tools and frameworks and we could then focus on city economic performance. Guiding Questions · What is the functional definition of a competitive city? · How can land Value Capture foster local competitiveness? · How can urban regeneration foster competiveness? · What are the analytical foundations for measuring and monitoring competiveness?