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  • Non-urban policies as urban policies in US urban policy.
  • Urban policy : the victory of form over substance ?
  • Community ; Competition ; Local policy ; Partnership ; Social policy ; United Kingdom ; Urban administration ; Urban development ; Urban policy
  • Looking at urban regeneration or inner-city policy from the point of view of a social policy analyst, one is struck by how much of the literature on the subject originates with geographers and how much this seems to have coloured the debate. It has
  • given added emphasis to form and structure at the expense of social policies for poverty, education, health, dependency and unemployment in the cities.
  • [b1] Dep. of Social Policy and Social Science, Univ., Egham, Royaume-Uni
  • Networking the urban policy arena. Local governance and the regionalisation of territorial policy-making in Northrhine-Westphalia
  • Germany ; Local policy ; Network ; North Rhine Westfalia ; Regional development ; Regionalization ; Urban network ; Urban policy
  • The contribution deals with the following subjects : 1)Policy innovation as context management : 1) Regionalisation in Northrhine-Westphalia. 2) Local responses to regionalisation : Duisburg and its region. 3) Networking the urban policy arena : new
  • Policies and prospects of urban redevelopment in Poland
  • City;Town ; Development ; Economic crisis ; Poland ; Prospective study ; Urban migration ; Urban policy ; Urban system ; Urbanization
  • The mutual relations between the overall economic development and urbanization processes are strong obvious. In the Polish case the three key terms describe these relations at the turn of the centuries : lagging urbanization, economic crisis
  • A place for politics in urban theory : the organization and strategies of urban coalitions
  • Division of labour ; Local economy ; Local policy ; Locality ; Urban conflict ; Urban policy ; Urban theory
  • The A. concludes that urban coalitions are necessarily related to changing wider divisions of labor and modes of regulation. The urban political economy recognizes that processes acting at various scales produce unique forms of urban politics
  • Urban performance and the control of urban size in China
  • China ; City size ; Economic efficiency ; Town ; Urban policy ; Urban population ; Urbanization
  • The current policy of controlling city size to deter the development of large cities, seems to be either irrelevant or misleading. Instead, against a current background of rapid urbanisation, China should take full advantage of its large cities
  • and pursue a large-city-led policy for its development.
  • Against all odds : poor people jumping scales and the genesis of an urban policy in Flanders, Belgium
  • Belgium ; Competitiveness ; Flanders ; Governance ; Housing policy ; State control ; Urban policy ; Urban renewal
  • The AA. use a critical approach to explain the emergence of an urban policy in Flanders. In the case of urban policy in Flanders, the processes of scalar reconfiguration come down to scale-jumping by actors concerned with the fate of disadvantaged
  • The Brazilian economic miracle and regional policy: some evidence from the urban Northeast
  • Investment policy in the Polish transport sector : an appraisal in Urban geography.
  • Urban restructuring and governance : North-South differences in Europe and the EU URBAN initiative
  • Competition ; Europe ; Industrialization ; Town ; Urban administration ; Urban growth ; Urban hierarchy ; Urban policy ; Urbanization
  • mode in Spain, Greece and Portugal as a causal factor behind the lagging competitiveness of cities in southern Europe. This pattern of heterogeneity is not addressed in the EU urban policies aimed at promoting competitiveness (examples of six cities
  • The paper discusses the relationship between the divergent urbanisation/industrialisation patterns in northern and southern Europe, which results in different forms of urban governance. It considers the distinct urban restructuring and governance
  • ' governance responses to the EU URBAN initiative).
  • Contemporary trends and policies in French city planning: a chronicle of successive urban policies, 1950-1983
  • Development of Pudong and optimization of structure of urban area of Shanghai
  • China ; Economic policy ; Economic structure ; Industrial firm ; Optimization ; Shanghai ; Urban density ; Urban development ; Urban economy ; Urban policy ; Urban population ; Urban structure
  • of the structure of urban area is determined. Various restrictive factors must be considered and corresponding policies and measures must be drawn up.
  • Based on detailed analysis of the present situation and problems of the structure of urban area of Shanghai, the inner mechanisms that caused the problems are explored and development of Pudong as the strategic breakthrough of the optimization
  • UK local action zones and changing urban governance
  • Competitiveness ; Education ; Governance ; Health policy ; Local policy ; Partnership ; Public policy ; United Kingdom ; Urban administration ; Urban policy
  • United States urban policy: a question of scale?
  • Minority ; Polarization ; Poverty ; Segregation ; Social exclusion ; United States of America ; Urban policy
  • Public policy and the dynamics of urban settlement system in Nigeria
  • The high growth rate of urban population has brought many problems. To solve these, the authors suggest that at both macro-and micro-level governement policy should be combined with public participation. (EMS).
  • Unravelling the process of partnership in urban regeneration policy
  • Local policy ; Organization ; Partnership ; Scotland ; United Kingdom ; Urban development ; Urban policy ; Urban renewal
  • In the UK, there is a political consensus that a multi-sectoral partnership approach is essential to achieve urban regeneration. The Conservative government has inscribed partnership with a complex political agenda. The paper explores how
  • the stakeholders in the central government-led Scottish Urban Partnerships conceive of the nature of their interrelationships within this political context. A conceptualisation of the partnership processes is also presented.
  • The academic-policy interface in post-apartheid urban research
  • Post-apartheid ; Practice of geography ; Research ; South Africa ; Urban change ; Urban geography
  • In South Africa, where consulting, policy driven or applied research is a ubiquitous feature of geography departments, academics have been tardy or reluctant to open up the conversation about the implications of the way many now work. This issue
  • is explored within the context of the imperatives of post-apartheid urban restructuring. - (AJC)
  • The relevance of Kenya's urban settlement policies for independent South Africa
  • Colonialism ; Housing policy ; Investment ; Kenya ; Land ; Regional development ; Urbanization
  • have parallel histories and the latter can learn from the experiences of the latter with regard to urban housing policies, notably with regard to finance, land and building materials. - (AJC)
  • The urbanisation policies introduced by colonial governments into the former settler colonies of Anglophone Africa were remarkably similar. The policies were aimed more at controlling the African population than managing it. South Africa and Kenya
  • Economic restructuring and new urban form
  • Economic restructuring ; Metropolitan area ; Urban area ; Urban change ; Urban morphology ; Urban policy ; Urban structure
  • Badlands of the Republic : space, politics and urban policy
  • France ; Identity ; Immigration policy ; Public order ; Security ; Suburbs ; Urban district ; Urban policy
  • This monograph provides a comprehensive account of urban policy in France whilst incorporating reflections on space and politics. It also examines the politics of immigration and the contemporary transformations of the state in France