xii, 233 pages : illustrations, map ; 24 cm
9781409437215 hardback alkaline paper 1409437213 hardback alkaline paper 9781409437222 ebook 1409437221 ebook
Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Formatted Contents Note
Introduction :why reconsider planning by law and property rights? /Thomas Hartmann and Barrie Needham Pt. I.Methods for exploring the possibilities Interests and rights in property, and their place in land-use planning : a theoretical investigation /Barrie Needham Exploring the effects of property rights using game simulation /Esther Geuting and Barrie Needham Pt. II.Coping with the wider institutional framework Planning law reform and change in post-apartheid South Africa /Mark Oranje and Stephen Berrisford Talking about property rights over tea : discourse and policy in the U.S. and Europe /Harvey M. Jacobs Managing riverside property : spatial water management in Germany from a Dutch perspective /Thomas Hartmann and Tejo Spit Pt. III.Coping with environmental change Improving institutional conditions for adaptive planning in the Netherlands /Joost Tennekes Global climate change and the stability of property rights /A. Dan Tarlock Government or governance? : the challenge of planning for sustainability in the Ruhr /Michael Wegener Pt. IV.Coping with uncertainty and lock-ins Planning and uncertainty : how Dutch municipalities try to reduce uncertainty on the market for industrial properties /Huub Ploegmakers and Erwin van der Krabben TheDutch office space tragedy : unlocking the lock-in /Leonie B. Janssen-Jansen Thefraught relationship between planning and regulation : land use plans and the conflicts in dealing with uncertainty /Edwin Buitelaar.
K721.5 .P53 2012
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