Urban systems : strategies for regulation : a comparison of policies in Britain, Sweden, Australia, and Canada

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Urban systems : strategies for regulation : a comparison of policies in Britain, Sweden, Australia, and Canada

L.S. Bourne

Clarendon Press, 1975

  • : casebound
  • : pbk

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Bibliography: p. [227]-255

Includes index

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One of the most striking consequences of post-war urban growth is a growing awareness of the need to regulate urbanization at the national level. This study is a comparative review of recent national urban policy experience in four countries: Britain, Sweden, Australia and Canada. The theoretical background to the four case studies is the concept of an intergrated system of cities: a system which encompasses all of a nations`s territory, and is increasingly the dominant influence in shaping national pattens of economic and social development. Students of urban and regional geography; urban planners.

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