This research aims to contextualise land based financing instruments in relation to the institutional, market and governance conditions prevailing in the Indian urban context.
Chethan Manohar Sharma
Chethan graduated from the Institute of Development Studies, University of Mysore and has a bachelor’s degree in civil engineering from Ambedkar Institute of Technology, Bangalore.
He has 6 years of experience in civil engineering and urban planning projects. He worked as an urban planner for Karnataka Housing Board in various town planning schemes, and has been a key member in preparing detailed project reports for integrated solid waste management under Swatch Bharath Abhiyan projects for 15 urban local bodies across Karnataka. He was also involved in the land use planning as a part of the Bangalore revised master planning process for 2031 for Bangalore Development Authority.
His interests lie in land economics, impact of real estate dynamics on urban growth, housing, land use planning and infrastructure planning for town planning schemes.