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Creative urban regions; harnessing urban technologies to support knowledge city initiatives.

9781599048383

Creative urban regions; harnessing urban technologies to support knowledge city initiatives.

Ed. by Tan Yigitcanlar et al.

Information Science Reference

2008

366 pages

$180.00

Hardcover

HT166

Edited by Yigitcanlar (Queensland U. of Technology, Australia), Velibeyoglu (Izmir Institute of Technology, Turkey) and Baum (Griffith U., Australia), this textbook assumes a global perspective on the relationship between global market forces and urban planning. Designed for use by those involved with urban planning and environments, Creative Urban Regions shows how the creation of wealth in a region must be coupled to effective urban planning. Emphasis is placed on new technologies and their role in urban production.

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