2 edition of Urban policy and policymaking found in the catalog.
Urban policy and policymaking
by Centre for Urban and Regional Studies, University of Birmingham in Birmingham
Written in English
|Series||Working paper / University of Birmingham, Centre for Urban and Regional Studies -- 99|
|Contributions||University of Birmingham. Centre for Urban and Regional Studies.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||76|
One of the book’s stated goals is to re-theorize urban policymaking as a consideration of both “territorial” and “relational” geographies (p 3, p ). and an MA in urban and regional planning from the George Washington University. EVIDENCE FOR POLICY AND DATA DECISIONS Katharine G. Abraham served as chair of the Commission on Evidence-Based Policymaking and is now the cochair of the Bipartisan Policy Center’s Evidence-Based Policymaking Initiative. She is professor of economics and.
One of the book’s stated goals is to re-theorize urban policymaking as a consideration of both “territorial” and “relational” geographies (p 3, p ). “In the simplest terms, this might be read as the contrast between a focus on connections (and lack of connections), on the one hand, and a . A policy is a deliberate system of principles to guide decisions and achieve rational outcomes. A policy is a statement of intent, and is implemented as a procedure or protocol. Policies are generally adopted by a governance body within an organization. Policies can assist in both subjective and objective decision es to assist in subjective decision making usually assist senior.
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An original contribution to urban policy literature."--Choice "An excellent text for upper division undergraduate courses and for graduate classes. Forces students to rethink traditional approaches to urban policymaking.
One wishes elected officials would be required to read this boo."--Darryl Paulson, University of South FloridaCited by: ‘Paul Cheshire, Max Nathan, and Henry Overman recognize the large disconnect between urban economics and urban policy, and their book is intended to help bridge that gap. It is the authors’ general contention that “urban economists have to date contributed very little to the development and evaluation of real-world urban policy” (p.
This book was originally published in Historically, studies have tended to concentrate on formal characteristics of structure and organisation and to treat local authorities as limited agents of central government rather than independent policy-making by: 9.
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Some of them may serve as valuable teaching tools for upper-level geography classes dealing with international issues or urban studies. Offering an important new way of analyzing urban public policy--a theoretical "life cycle" of the policy-making process in American cities--this book explains many crucial aspects of urban policy formulation: how issues emerge and get on the agendas of local governments, how policy-makers translate issues into policy, how the age of cities affects the content and process of policy-making, and.
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The Eighth Edition has been thoroughly updated to include a discussion. book further elaborates on ICT-enabled governance, especially in policy design, decisio n-making and relations with citi zens and other spheres of governments in growing urban areas. ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: "Proceedings of a NATO Advanced Research Institute on Systems Analysis in Urban Policy-Making and Planning, held September, at New College, Oxford University, Oxford, England"--Title page verso.
We do provide theoretical references and case description, but we mainly propose questions on the research-policy dialogue. This book is a question: do you know how to learn urban and regional policymaking. Nicola Francesco Dotti is a researcher in Urban and Regional Economics and Policy at the Vrije Universiteit Brussel (VUB).
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The quest for a theoretical framework for understanding urban policy-making has been a recurring focus of research into local governments. Civic culture is a means for understanding how municipal policy-makers weigh the interests of different groups, govern the local community, frame local goals, engage in decision-making, and ultimately select and implement public : In Septemberthe Special Programme Panel on Systems Sciences of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) sponsored an Advanced Research Institute (ARI) on "Systems Analysis in Urban Policy-Making and Planning" which was held at New College, Univer sity of Oxford, from 21st to 27thBrand: Springer US.
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The essays in this volume argue for a theorizing of both urban policymaking and place-making that. The quest for a theoretical framework for understanding urban policy-making has been a recurring focus of research into local governments.
Civic culture is a means for understanding how municipal policy-makers weigh the interests of different groups, govern the local community, frame local goals, engage in decision-making, and ultimately select and implement public policies.
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Morgan, Robert E. England and John Peter Pelissero. The book is divided into four parts (following the introductory material): "The Environment of Urban Management". Especially at the urban and regional levels, where researchers and policymakers can meet and interact directly, being Agents of Policy Learning requires to master research-based contents, understanding policymaking and capacity to interact with policymakers.