Planning Practice and Research: AESOP special edition call for abstracts

Patrick Arthur Driscoll (Editor), Daniel Galland (Editor)

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Abstract

Urban planning has dramatically shifted when compared with its former logics and styles. Increasingly, the dynamics of large urban agglomerations spanning multiple boundaries put significant pressure on planning institutions to scale up. In this shifting context, how can both planning theory and practice co- evolve in adapting to the ever-increasing transformation of cities and urban regions?

In this context, Planning Practice and Research (PPR) is seeking perspectives from the young academic community in planning. We propose to publish at least one special edition of PPR with a number of short papers from Young Academics. The contributions should address the question of how planning theory and practice can respond to the increasing complexity of cities and regions.
Original languageEnglish
JournalPlanning Practice and Research
Volume28
Issue number1
Pages (from-to)160-161
ISSN0269-7459
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 5 Mar 2013

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Keywords

  • Spatial planning
  • New planning tools
  • Complexity

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