Published October 11, 2001
by Oxford University Press, USA .
Written in English
|Contributions||Edmund P. Fowler (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||310|
In addition to authoring Urban Politics, Dr. Levine is the editor of two volumes, Annual Editions: Urban Society and Taking Sides: Urban Affairs. His writings have appeared in various journals, including the Urban Affairs Review and the Journal of Urban Affairs. His research focuses on national urban policy, urban revitalization, and efforts at /5(2). Urban Policy in the Time of Obama explores a broad range of policy arenas that shape, both directly and indirectly, metropolitan areas and urbanization processes. It finds that most of the dominant policies and policy regimes of recent years have fallen short of easing the ills of America’s cities, and calls for a more equitable and just urban policy regime. They go on to introduce basic and environment-specific policy-analytic models, methods, and tools; presents numerous specific environmental policy puzzles that will confront cities; and introduces methods for understanding and educating public opinions around urban environmental book is grounded in the policy-analytic perspective Cited by: 1. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Urban policy issues. Toronto: McClelland & Stewart, © (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors.
"Problems and Prospects for Urban Areas," Conference Report #13, by William G. Gale, Janet Rothenberg Pack, and Samara R. Potter (July ). Much of the Urban Institute's research is conducted in ten policy centers/projects including health policy, justice, labor, income, metros, and nonprofits. Closing with Cedric Johnson’s afterword, “Baltimore, the Policing Crisis, and the End of the Obama Era”—illuminating the “Black Lives Matter” movement and what its broader social context says about city governance in our times—Urban Policy in the Time of Obama finds that most of the dominant policies and policy regimes of recent Cited by: 2. The book notes: “Governance innovations broadened the scope of what now passes in Washington as ‘urban’ policy, encompassing environmental, transportation, education, justice” and other.
Research within librarian-selected research topics on Urban Issues from the Questia online library, including full-text online books, academic journals, magazines, newspapers and more. book review Dry Zones: Planning and the Hangovers of Liquor Licensing History by Elizabeth Jean Taylor, London, Palgrave Pivot, , . Today, “urban policy” covers far more territory – both geographically and topically. Urban policy isn’t just about central cities anymore. The city and suburban jurisdictions that make up metro areas are so interconnected that it doesn’t make sense to focus attention exclusively on core : Margery Austin Turner. The OECD Urban Policy Reviews series provides a comprehensive assessment of policies that affect urban areas in a given country. The series follows a consistent methodology across countries, which features cross-national comparisons and recommendations on the integration of sectoral policies into urban development policy, planning and management.