|Title:||International Urban Planning Settings: Lessons of Success (International Review of Comparative Public Policy)|
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|Publisher:||Jai Press Inc.; 1 edition (July 1, 2001)|
International Urban Planning Settings book. A group of academics and practitioners in urban planning and development present an array of essays, primarily focused on Pacific Rim cities, that analyze successful policies and programs in urban development and explain why they have worked.
Each volume concentrated on a different policy issue that benefited from comparative political, legal, economic and social scientific examination. See here for a full list of past volumes of this title. For more information about this series please contact: Publisher Tom Dark tdarkaldinsight. International Urban Planning Settings: Lessons of Success. International Financial Systems and Stock Volatility: Issues and Remedies.
A partnership approach to urban renewal in Brisbane (T. Reddacliff, . Railways and reurbanisation in Perth: case studies of success in urban public policy (P. Newman). Kanazawa: creating a livable city through historic preservation (A. Tani et a. Continuity and change in Macau's historic landscape during a period of transition (B. Taylor). Part III: Special Events and New Technologies. World's fairs and urban development: Lisbon and EXP098 (. Wilson, L. Huntoon)
Published: 15th December 1997 Author: Mercuro. Islamic states the process of definition and the source of legitimacy of public policy is complex and potentially more controversial than in secular states. This complexity arises from applying the interpretations of the divine law, the Shari'a, to contemporary social issues. The Shari'a is the code of social conduct and the means of regulating social discourse as well a social change. fundamental issues arise. First, what is the legitimate source and process of interpretation of the precepts of Islamic law, the Shari'a?
While the public focuses on the glamour of a celebration, the event itself can obscure the many significant local and regional planning initiatives that can be accomplished using the world's fair as a vehicle. Many of the public spaces that grace cities today are remnants of past world's fairs. For example, the Champ de Mars and Eiffel Tower in Paris, Chicago's lakefront parks and museums, Southbank in Brisbane, Seattle’s Space Needle, Golden Gate Park in San Francisco, and Flushing Meadows in New York. We consider the urban and planning context for a world’s fair, EXPO98 in Lisbon, Portugal, and evaluate the post EXPO plans and early outcomes for the site. Our examination of a recent world’s fair is prompted by the declining relevance of these events, and an interest in the planning and equity implications of world’s fairs as ways to harness community resources for urban redevelopment.
Examines how groups mobilize to use law to affect change and why they succeed and fail. The class uses case studies to explore the interplay between law, social movements, and public policy in current areas such as gender, race, labor, trade, environment, and human rights. Finally, it introduces the theories of public policy, social movements, law and society, and transnational studies.
International Urban Planning Settings : Lessons of Success. A group of academics and practitioners in urban planning and development present an array of essays, primarily focused on Pacific Rim cities, that analyze successful policies and programmes in urban development and explain why they have worked. These essays identify a number of key themes of change that are leading to innovation in strategic planning and management of urban regions/cities in the context of globalization, economic restructuring, social change, and the changing interface between.
This international journal attempts to provide insights into the achievement of a sustainable urban form, through spatial planning and implementation; here, we focus on planning experiences at the levels of local cities and some metropolitan areas in the wolrd, particularly in Asian countries. Submission are expected from multidisciplinary viewpoints encompassing land-use patterns, housing development, transportation, green design, and agricultural and ecological systems. Indexed in SCOPUS, Web of Science(ESCI).
An International Journal of Comparative Public Administration. Ignacio Pichardo, Former President of IIAS, El Colegio Mexiquense.
Short Chapters and Encyclopedia Entries: Jacobs, A. J. (2018). Singapore, December 9-11. Jacobs, A. (2003).