Charisma Acey
TitleCited byYear
Gender and community mobilisation for urban water infrastructure investment in southern Nigeria
C Acey
Gender & Development 18 (1), 11-26, 2010
182010
Green jobs, livelihoods and the post-carbon economy in African cities
C Acey, T Culhane
Local Environment: The International Journal of Justice and Sustainability, 1-20, 2013
142013
Managing wickedness in the Niger Delta: Can a new approach to multi-stakeholder governance increase voice and sustainability?
C Acey
Landscape and Urban Planning 154, 102-114, 2016
132016
Sustainable futures for Linden Village: A model for increasing social capital and the quality of life in an urban neighborhood
Q Chen, C Acey, JJ Lara
Sustainable Cities and Society 14, 359-373, 2015
92015
Does urban agriculture improve food security? Examining the nexus of food access and distribution of urban produced foods in the United States: A systematic review
A Siegner, J Sowerwine, C Acey
Sustainability 10 (9), 2988, 2018
82018
Neighbourhood effects and household responses to water supply problems in Nigerian cities
C Acey
TD: The Journal for Transdisciplinary Research in Southern Africa 4 (1), 123-156, 2008
72008
Space vs. Race: A Historical Exploration of Spatial Injustice and Unequal Access to Water in Lagos, Nigeria
C Acey
Critical Planning 14 (Summer), 49-70, 2007
72007
Forbidden waters: colonial intervention and the evolution of water supply in Benin City, Nigeria
C Acey
Water History 4 (3), 215-229, 2012
62012
Hybrid governance and the human right to water
C Acey
Berkeley Planning Journal 28 (1), 2016
52016
Sustainable futures for linden village: a model for rehabilitation and sustainable development of urban neighborhoods
Q Chen, C Acey, JJ Lara
ICSDEC 2012: Developing the Frontier of Sustainable Design, Engineering, and …, 2013
22013
The Challenge to Delivery of Public Goods in Rapidly Expanding Cities in Africa: Financing and Implementing Water and Sanitation Policies in Lagos, Nigeria.
C Acey
A paper prepared for the 4th European Conference on African Studies, 2011
22011
Exit, voice, loyalty and structural silence: Citizen-consumer access and behavior in Nigeria's urban water markets
CS Acey
University of California, Los Angeles, 2009
22009
Access to Water in Nigerian Cities: Advocating for Africa’s Urban Poor
CS Acey
22006
The Peripheralization of the Urban Poor in the Local Manifestations of the Global Economy
C Acey
22005
Towards Sustainability in an African Mega-City: A Spatial Analysis of Potable Water Service Areas in Lagos, Nigeria
C Acey
Final Project Paper, Department of Urban Planning, University of California …, 2005
22005
Cross-subsidies for improved sanitation in low income settlements: Assessing the willingness to pay of water utility customers in Kenyan cities
C Acey, J Kisiangani, P Ronoh, C Delaire, E Makena, G Norman, ...
World Development 115, 160-177, 2019
12019
Heritage Preservation as Survival: Mediating Social and Ecological Risk and Resilience at the Slave Port of Badagry, Nigeria
C Acey
Routledge Companion to Global Heritage Conservation, 2019
2019
Are Kenyan water customers willing to pay a pro-poor sanitation surcharge?
J Kisiangani, C MacLeod, C Acey, D Levine, P Ronoh, E Makena, ...
© WEDC, Loughborough University, 2018
2018
Rise of the synthetic city: Eko Atlantic and practices of dispossession and repossession in Nigeria
C Acey
Disassembled Cities: Social and Spatial Strategies to Reassemble Communities …, 2018
2018
Silence and Voice in Nigeria's Hybrid Urban Water Markets: Implications for Local Governance of Public Goods
C Acey
International Journal of Urban and Regional Research, 2018
2018
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