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The source of inspiration for talking about European planning doctrine is a study of Dutch planning. After having given an account of current moves towards establishing a planning framework for the European Union of, since 1 January 1995, fifteen member states, the paper presents the notion of...
This paper employs the concepts of the state and civil society to explain the development process. It theorizes development as a dynamic and non-continuous process of state- civil society interaction. It argues that sustainable development initially requires a strong developmentalist state that...
This paper focuses on the place of three issues (continuity, unity and centrality) within the massive projects that have been proposed and initiated for the centers of the two long- divided cities of Beirut and Berlin. The issues are relevant to modern large-scale rebuilding and to other cases...
Can rationality and pragmatism be integrated? By responding to some of the most compelling arguments against the rational paradigm, this paper uses the pragmatism of William James to construct a new notion of pragmatic rationality in planning. This rationality looks towards consequences rather...
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