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Chandan Deuskar

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Urban Planner
Chandan Deuskar, an urban planner, has worked in the East Asia and Pacific region of the World Bank since 2011. He is interested in the institutions and policies required to create equitable cities in an era of rapid urbanization. At the Bank he has worked on an analysis of urban expansion across the EAP region, a local government capacity building program to set up "City Planning Labs" in Indonesian cities, software to analyze urban form, and a tool to assess local urban planning capacity. Chandan, a native of Mumbai, India, holds a Master's degree in City Planning from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, where he researched land pooling and readjustment in Ahmedabad, India. He also holds a BA in Architecture from Columbia University, and has worked in architecture in New York and Dubai.
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