Record nummer 1895620
Titel New principles in planning evaluation
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by Abdul Khakee ... [et al.]
Auteur(s) Khakee, A.
Uitgever Aldershot [etc.] : Ashgate
Jaar van uitgave cop. 2008
Pagina's XVI, 326 p fig., tab
Titel van reeks Urban planning and environment
ISBN 9780754675075
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Trefwoorden (cab) stedelijke planning / ruimtelijke ordening / milieubeheer / overheidsbeleid / evaluatie / methodologie / gebiedsgericht beleid / beleidsevaluatie
Rubrieken Stedelijke plannen / Ruimtelijke ordening (algemeen)
Publicatie type Boek
Taal Engels
Toelichting (Engels) This book provides recently developed and tested methods for assessing the strengths and weaknesses of planning and policy options. Several contributions focus on new substantive areas of concern in planning evaluation, including environmental justice and sustainable urban development. Applications of evaluation in several planning contexts are demonstrated, and special problems that these pose are assessed. Several chapters address how to communicate the process and results to several stakeholder groups, and how to engage these groups in the evaluation process. Each chapter employs a real-world case in practice, thus dealing with the complexity of applying planning evaluation, and providing practical advice useful in similar situations. # Contents: Preface, Abdul Khakee, Angela Hull, Don Miller and Johan Woltjer; Introduction: new principles in planning, Abdul Khakee, Angela Hull, Donald Miller and Johan Woltjer. Part 1 Socio-Environmental Principles: Methods for assessing environmental justice in planning evaluation – an approach and an application, Donald Miller; Multidimensional evaluation for sustainable development: managing the intermix of mind, artefact, institution and nature, Jenny Stenberg; Is there room for equity in the European Commission policy-making? An evaluation of selected impact assessment reports, Tom Bauler, Alessandro Bonifazi and Carmelo M. Torre; Sustainable development in regional development practice: a socio-cultural view of evaluation, Sylvia Dovlén and Tuija Hilding-Rydevik; An ex-ante evaluation of an urban project through property value increases: a hedonic price approach, Roberto Camagni and Roberta Capello. Part 2 Socio-Institutional Principles: Estimation of a hedonic rent index for the residential real estate market of Bari: a contribution to urban planning, Maurizio d'Amato and Tom Kauko; Looking inside the plausibility of contact in aid programmes and partnerships, Domenico Patassini; Evaluation in area-based regeneration: programme evaluation challenges, Angela Hull; Strategic spatial planning and planning evaluation, developing an entrepreneurial urbanization strategy in South-Holland, Johan Woltjer; Evaluating national urban planning: is Dutch planning a success or failure?, Willem K. Korthals Altes; Evaluative argumentation in fragmented discursive planning: a new theory-in-practice of environmental assessment of rational distributive policies, Angela Barbanente, Dino Borri and Valeria Monno. Part 3 Interactiveness/Communication Principles: Democratic concerns and governance in planning evaluation, Luigi Fusco Girard; Using a communication audit to evaluate organizational communication in planning, Elaine Hogard and Roger Ellis; Policy network theory: an ex-post planning evaluation tool?, Shinji Tsubohara and Henk Voogd; Evaluation for accountability: democratic concern in the review of local government's environmental policies in Sweden, Abdul Khakee and Anders Hanberger; Index.
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