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  1. Land Use Planning

    Land Use Planning

    Edited by Hugo Priemus, Kenneth Button, Peter Nijkamp
    This is an authoritative collection of papers that are generally regarded as landmarks in the history of land use planning in the western world. A wide variety of leading articles have been selected for this comprehensive volume, which covers topics such as: urban form and urban dynamics; urban development and methods of urban analysis; land use planning methods and network cities and urban networks. The articles span both time and geography and will appeal to scholars and practitioners alike. Learn More
    2007   Hardback Price: $ 287.00   Web: $ 258.30
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  2. Planning History and Methodology

    Planning History and Methodology

    Edited by Michael Wegener, Kenneth Button, Peter Nijkamp
    Planning as deliberate preparation for future action is as old as human history. Agricultural land allocation and cities were always planned, as were military warfare and defence. With the growing complexity of society in the 19th century, however, planning became a discipline and profession. Since then, not only has the perception of planning and its role in society undergone significant change, but its instruments and methods have also evolved. This collection of classic papers by leading individuals of their day reflects how thinking about planning has changed over time. It also includes seminal papers on the methodology of planning to show how sophisticated techniques have been developed to meet the diverse demands of planning in a rapidly changing world. Learn More
    2007   Hardback Price: $ 245.00   Web: $ 220.50
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  3. Recent Developments in Urban and Regional Economics

    Recent Developments in Urban and Regional Economics

    Edited by Paul C. Cheshire, Gilles Duranton
    In this authoritative collection, Paul Cheshire and Gilles Duranton have brought together the most significant contributions to regional and urban economics since 1990. The volume presents papers on theoretical and empirical analyses of city structure and systems of cities. It places particular emphasis on the empirics of agglomeration and regional growth with a special section on the new economic geography and includes key policy-oriented contributions. The editors have written an authoritative new introduction which offers a comprehensive overview of the subject. Learn More
    2005   Hardback Price: $ 336.00   Web: $ 302.40
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