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- Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development 2008; US$ 56.00
Few other countries feature the combination of very low population densities and difficult topography that hinders communication, in addition to a variety of contrasting climates. But the Nordic welfare model strives, with a good degree of success, to offer equal living conditions to all citizens by providing proper access to quality public... more...
- Liverpool University Press 1999; US$ 32.50
This book is a study of design initiatives and policies in five US West Coast cities Seattle, Portland, San Francisco, Irvine and San Diego all of which have had particularly interesting experience of relevance to urban design practice in Britain and other countries. more...
- Amsterdam University Press 2006; US$ 69.50
Provides insight in the political-institutional conditions that have impeded and encouraged onshore wind power implementation in the Netherlands, England and the German state of North Rhine-Westphalia more...
- Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development 2009; US$ 54.00
The Copenhagen metropolitan region accounts for nearly half of Denmark's national output and plays a key role for the country as a whole. Nevertheless, it has witnessed only modest economic growth over the last decade. This review of metropolitan area policy for Copenhagen examines key challenges including modest economic growth, scarcity... more...
- IOS Press 2008; US$ 87.00
Investigates how various institutions for green landscapes in metropolitan areas work, which problems hamper them, and how these institutions can be improved. This title formulates the following themes such as: landscape and institutional developments, the market or government dilemma, and the network or hierarchy dilemma. more...
- IOS Press 2008; US$ 65.00
The Institutionalisation of European Spatial Planning aims to clarify the enterprise of European spatial planning. The emphasis of the book lies on the need for a better understanding of the process of European integration in general. It particularly points at the emerging middle range theories that used concepts that were showing similarity to those... more...
- World Bank Publications 2007; US$ 29.99
Solid Waste Management (SWM) is a matter of great concern in the urban areas of developing countries. The municipal authorities who are responsible for managing municipal solid waste are unable to discharge their obligations effectively because they lack the in-house capacity to handle the complexities of the process.It is heartening to see that the... more...
- SAGE Publications 1998; US$ 78.00
Following the Second World War, modern systems of urban and regional planning were established in Britain and most other developed countries. In this book, Nigel Taylor describes the changes in planning thought which have taken place since then. He outlines the main theories of planning, from the traditional view of urban planning as an exercise... more...
- Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development 2009; US$ 48.00
Why do some regions grow faster than others, and in ways that do not always conform to economic theory? This is a central issue in todays economic climate, when policy makers are looking for ways to stimulate new and sustainable growth. OECD work suggests that there is no one-size-fits-all answer to regional growth policy. Rather, regions grow... more...