Federico Savini investigates the political processes that drive the re-development of the urban periphery, and explores how major planning agents reconfigure their relationships in order to respond to changed symmetries between core locations and peripheral zones. His aim is to understand why, given the spatial, functional and economic conditions of today’s metropolitan areas, we see particular planning approaches to peripheral development occur while others fail to address the challenges of collective action.
F. Savini, Urban Peripheries: The Political Dynamics of Planning Projects.
Prof. W.G.M. Salet
Dr S.J.H. Majoor
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