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Between Justice and Beauty: Race, Planning, and the Failure of Urban Policy in Washington, D.C. By Howard Gillette Jr. (Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 1995. xiv, 297 pp. $32.95, ISBN 0-8018-5069-X.)

Big Plans: The Allure and Folly of Urban Design

Can Urban Planning Reduce Obesity? The Role of Self-Selection in Explaining the Link between Weight and Urban Sprawl*

Changing Plans for America's Inner Cities: Cincinnati's Over-the-Rhine and Twentieth-Century Urbanism. By Zane L. Miller and Bruce Tucker. (Columbus: Ohio State University Press, 1998. xxii, 227 pp. Cloth, $32.00, ISBN 0-81420762-6. Paper, $15.95, ISBN 0-8142-0763-4.)

CHERRY, Gordon Emanuel (1931 - 1996), Professor of Urban and Regional Planning, University of Birmingham, 1976–91, then Emeritus Professor

The Civics of Urban Planning

DIAMOND, Derek Robin (born 1933), Professor of Geography with special reference to Urban and Regional Planning, London School of Economics and Political Science, 1982–95, now Emeritus Professor

Edward K. Spann. Designing Modern America: The Regional Planning Association of America and Its Members. (Urban Life and Urban Landscape Series.) Columbus: Ohio State University Press. 1996. Pp. xvi, 247. $45.00

Framing Urban Systems and Planning Concerns as a Multilevel Problem: A Review of the Integrated Urban System Models with an Emphasis on Their Hierarchical Structures

Healthy urban planning in European cities

History in Urban Places: The Historic Districts of the United States. By David Hamer. Columbus: Ohio State University Press, 1998. xiv, 277 pp. Cloth, $49.95, ISBN 0-8142-0789-8. Paper, $19.95 and Bostons “Changeful Times”: Origins of Preservation & Planning in America. By Michael Holleran. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 1998. xii, 337 pp. $39.95

Housing Informality: An Economist's Perspective on Urban Planning

Howard Gillette, Jr.. Between Justice and Beauty: Race, Planning, and the Failure of Urban Policy in Washington, D.C. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press. 1995. Pp. xiii, 297. $32.95

‘I plan, you participate’: A southern view of community participation in urban Australia1

The Interface of Urban Economics and Urban Planning in Local Economic Development Practice

Involuntary Resettlement in Urban Development: Plan, Performance and Outcome in the World Bank-funded Antananarivo Plain Project, Madagascar

Jason A. Gilliland and Mathew Novak on Positioning the Past With the Present: The Use of Fire Insurance Plans and GIS for Urban Environmental History

JOHNSON-MARSHALL, Percy Edwin Alan (1915 - 1993), Professor of Urban Design and Regional Planning, University of Edinburgh, 1964–85; Director, Patrick Geddes Centre for Planning Studies, University of Edinburgh, since 1985; in practice as planning consultant since 1960

Law, Rights, and Justice in Informal Settlements: The Crossed Frames of Reference of Town Planning in a Large Urban Development Project in Beirut

LICHFIELD, Nathaniel (1916 - 2009), Professor Emeritus, University of London, since 1978; Partner, Lichfield Planning (formerly Dalia and Nathaniel Lichfield Associates), urban and environmental planners and economists, since 1992

Llewelyn-Davies, Richard (1912 - 1981), Emeritus Professor of Urban Planning, University College London; in private practice as Senior Partner, Llewelyn-Davies Weeks

The Making of Urban Japan: Cities and Planning from Edo to the Twenty-first Century, by André Sorensen. London: Nissan Institute/Routledge Japanese Studies Series, 2002, 352 pp., US$129.95 (Hardcover ISBN 0-415226-51-1)

MASSER, (Francis) Ian (born 1937), Professor of Urban Planning, International Institute for Aerospace Survey and Earth Sciences, Netherlands, 1998–2002

The Multicultural City and the Politics of Religious Architecture: Urban Planning, Mosques and Meaning-Making in Britain

NICOLL, Ronald Ewart (1921 - 1991), Professor of Urban and Regional Planning, University of Strathclyde, 1966–80; Partner, 1980–85, Consultant, since 1985, PIEDA

The Oxford Handbook of Urban Economics and Planning

The Oxford Handbook of Urban Planning

Planning a Silver Lining: Location-Aware Technologies, Urban Design, and Older Adults’ Use of Space

R. Bruce Stephenson. Visions of Eden: Environmentalism, Urban Planning, and City Building in St. Petersburg, Florida, 1900–1995. (Urban Life and Urban Landscape Series.) Columbus: Ohio State University Press. 1997. Pp. ix, 234. Cloth $45.00, paper $18.95

Re‐introducing fire at the urban/wild‐land interface: planning for success

 

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An attempt to manage the city, often in order to avoid, or alleviate, common urban problems such as inner-city decay, overcrowding, traffic and other forms of congestion; ‘the management of spatial interdependence’ (Castells in Dunford and Pickvance (2007) PHG31, 4). McCann (2001) Prof. Geogr. 53, 2 argues that, in order to understand the role of visioning in contemporary urban politics and in policy-making outcomes, ‘we must recognize the sociospatial context in which it is deployed’. Soja, quoted in Warf (2006) PHG30 saw urban planning as the attempt by the state to contain the contradictions of capitalism.

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