Sustainable city regions [electronic resource] : space, place and governance / [edited by] T. Kidokoro, N. Harata, L. P. Subanu, J. Jessen, A. Motte, E. P. Seltzer
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- Introduction New directions in urban regeneration and the governance of city regions / Tetsuo Kidokoro, Akito Murayama, Kensuke Katayama and Norihisa Shima -- Strategy for a sustainable transportation system in city regions: strategic approaches and consensus building / Noboru Harata -- China, Korea, Indonesia, Thailand Governing urban development in dualistic societies: a case study of the urban region of Yogyakarta, Indonesia / Leksono Probo Subanu -- Problems and prospects for sustainable regeneration of traditional markets in Yogyakarta City / Kawik Sugiana -- De facto urban regeneration: a case study of Chiang Mai City, Thailand / Niramon Kulsrisombat -- Spatial regeneration and beyond: Daegu, Korea / Shi-Chul Lee and Seungkeun Park -- Urban form and rail transit development in Dalian, China / Shengchuan Zhao and Zhiwei Yang -- Japan Urban regeneration and the shift of planning approaches: the case of Japanese regional cities / Tetsuo Kidokoro -- Activities of local organizations for downtown revitalization in regional cities / Fumihiko Seta -- Sustainable regeneration of a car-dependent city: the case of Toyama toward a compact city / Kiyoshi Takami and Kiichiro Hatoyama -- Denmark, Germany, France Copenhagen, Denmark: urban regeneration at economic and social sustainability / Hans Thor Andersen -- Regional governance and urban regeneration: the case of the Stuttgart Region, Germany / Johann Jessen -- City-region planning and urban projects "coexistence or integration?": the case of Marseille-Aix in France (1990-2006) / Alain Motte and Jérôme Dubois -- America Regional planning and local governance: the Portland story / Ethan Paul Seltzer -- Sustainable urban regeneration in Phoenix, Arizona: implications for multi-dimensional governance / Carlos Balsas -- Conclusion Towards sustainable regeneration of city regions / Tetsuo Kidokoro, Noboru Harata, Leksono Probo Subanu, Johann Jessen, Alain Motte and Ethan Paul Seltzer.
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