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This paper examines the changing role of the workshop or studio course in the planning curriculum over the period of 1955 to 1984 Telephone interviews were conducted with twenty faculty members at ten of the sixteen schools which had established Masters degrees in 1955 It was found that the...
In recent years two broad approaches to public policy have emerged which offer solutions for the problems of government, one based on the market and the other based on conflict resolution This paper argues that both policy approaches are plagued by problems caused by inequality and coercion Part...
Multiple regression analysis is applied to the longitudinal Annual Housing Survey data set for the 1974 to 1977 period to identify differences between the mobility decisions of elderly and younger families. In contrast to what has been suggested by the literature, the elderly were just as likely...
The intellectual roots and theory of national economic planning as we know it in the United States today can be traced back to Institutionalist Economics The first part of this paper traces the intellectual geneology of Institutionalism from its first statement by Thorstein Veblen through...
This paper identifies three basic problems associated with the Overlaying Map Technique, and suggests ways to overcome them The first problem relates to practical aspects of the suggested solutions to the problem of implied addition of ordinal scale numbers in the application of the method The...
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