Making Cities Work: The Dynamics Of Urban Innovation
Routledge, Mar 13, 2019 - Political Science - 286 pages
This book is an outcome of the conference 'Urban Innovation: Working Solutions to the Problems of Human Settlement' held in 1977. It focuses on urban innovations as working alternatives that reflect an institutional capacity to adapt complex human systems in response to basic environmental change.
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