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Doctoral Thesis
DOI
10.11606/T.16.2010.tde-25092010-175936
Document
Author
Full name
Camila Maleronka
E-mail
Institute/School/College
Knowledge Area
Date of Defense
Published
São Paulo, 2010
Supervisor
Committee
Grostein, Marta Dora (President)
Bucalem, Miguel Luiz
Meyer, Regina Maria Prosperi
Sandroni, Paulo Henrique Ribeiro
Silva, Fernanda Furtado de Oliveira e
Title in Portuguese
Projeto e gestão na metrópole contemporânea: um estudo sobre as potencialidades do instrumento 'operação urbana consorciada' à luz da experiência paulistana
Keywords in Portuguese
Operação urbana consorciada
Parceria público-privada
Projeto urbano
Urbanismo
Abstract in Portuguese
Esta tese discute a operação urbana consorciada como instrumento de parceria entre o poder público e o setor privado para a promoção de projetos urbanos. O trabalho parte da hipótese de que a viabilização de intervenções urbanísticas por meio do instrumento estaria limitada à aplicação parcial da legislação e não à consecução de parcerias efetivas. Em 2001, a regulamentação nacional da operação urbana consorciada pelo Estatuto da Cidade trouxe inovações importantes no sentido de recuperar a essência do instrumento que aparentemente não foram assimiladas de forma equivalente. Esta tese avança na elucidação do instrumento, recuperando e enfatizando sua dupla dimensão projeto e gestão e apontando para um modelo que não negligencie o aspecto físico-urbanístico ao valorizar o apelo econômico-financeiro do instrumento.
Title in English
Project and management in the contemporary metropolis: a study on the potential of the 'consortiated urban operation' tool in light of the case of São Paulo
Keywords in English
Consortiated urban operation
Public-private partnership
Urban planning
Urban project
Abstract in English
This thesis discusses the consortiated urban operation as an urban planning tool of partnership between the public and the private sectors to promote urban projects. The work is based on the hypothesis that the viability of urban interventions through this planning tool would be limited to partial implementation of legislation and would not achieve effective partnerships. In 2001, the national regulation of the consortiated urban operation by the City Statute has brought major innovations in order to recover the essence of the instrument that seems not to have been understood equivalently. This thesis advances in the elucidation of the tool, recovering and valuing its dual dimension - project and management - and pointing to a model that does not neglect the physical urban aspect by overestimating the economic-financial appeal of the tool.
 
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Publishing Date
2010-11-04
 
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