Urban and rural development in the western United States: emerging conflicts and planning issues.
|Title:||Urban and rural development in the western United States: emerging conflicts and planning issues.|
|Publication Date:||December 1984|
|Published In:||Journal of Architectural & Planning Research|
|Description:||It is argued that the West has become fully integrated into the national economy and the forces of change in the region are primarily national rather than regional. Discusses a series of policy-relevant problems, issues, and conflicts that emerge from these economic forces within the West. It is suggested that planners need to move beyond the traditional reactive mode of planning to one that actively seeks to generate more progressive forms of economic development. -from AuthorsDept. of City & Regional Planning, Wurster Hall, Univ. of California, Berkeley, Berkeley, CA 94720, USA.|
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|Citation:||Journal of Architectural & Planning Research. 1. Issue 1. 37 - 55.|