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Planetizen's Contemporary Debates in Urban Planning.
Chavan, Abhijeet, ed.
Planetizen's Contemporary Debates in Urban Planning.
The book's contributors include the most well-known experts in the planning and design fields, among them James Howard Kunstler, Alex Garvin, Andres Duany, Joel Kotkin, and Wendell Cox. These and others offer debates and commentary on the most important and controversial topics in the field of urban planning and design: gentrification, eminent domain, regional growth patterns, urban design trends, transportation systems, and reaction to disasters such as Katrina and 9/11 that changed the way we look at cities and security.

Category: Urban Planning, Urban Planning
Binding: Pap.
Pages: 184 pp
Publisher: Island Press.
Year: 2007
Publication Place: Washington, DC,
ISBN: 1597261335
Book Id: 73006

Price: $19.95
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