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eBook Unequal Partnerships: The Political Economy of Urban Redevelopment in Postwar America (American Public Life) ePub

by Gregory Squires

  • ISBN: 0813514525
  • Category: Politics and Government
  • Subcategory: Politics
  • Author: Gregory Squires
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Rutgers University Press; None ed. edition (September 1, 1989)
  • Pages: 334
  • ePub book: 1367 kb
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Unequal Partnerships explores urban development in American cities since World War II. Squires and other contributors examine what has long been a highly inequitable and destructive process of urban development

Unequal Partnerships explores urban development in American cities since World War II.

Unequal Partnerships. The Political Economy of Urban Redevelopment in Postwar America. by Gregory D. Squires. Published November 1989 by Rutgers Univ Pr. Written in English. Squires and other contributors examine what has long been a highly inequitable and destructive process of urban development

Unequal Partnerships explores urban development in American cities since World War II.

Read instantly in your browser Judd and Hinze vividly capture the changing interplay of private power, public .

Read instantly in your browser. by Dennis R. Judd (Author), Annika M. Hinze (Author). Judd and Hinze vividly capture the changing interplay of private power, public action, and group identity in the development of the nation’s cities and suburbs. It is a winner – again!" – Paul Kantor, Fordham University, USA.

Unequal Partnerships Gregory D. Squires (Ed. Rutgers University Press, 1989 This book explores the dynamics of urban development in American cities since World War II. Gregory . quires and other contributors examine what has long. Rutgers University Press, 1989. This book explores the dynamics of urban development in American cities since World War II. quires and other contributors examine what has long been a highly inequitable and destructive process of urban development.

For diverse perspectives on collaborative practices and public-private partnerships in American cities, see Squires, Gregory, e. Unequal Partnerships: the Political Economy of Urban Redevelopment in Postwar America (New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers University Press, 1989).

Decentralization of urban areas by population movement and urban sprawl .

Decentralization of urban areas by population movement and urban sprawl in the . The political science literature is attentive to public–private partnerships as well as to community, city, state, and federal governance (Brunori, 2003; Judd & Swanstrom, 2008).

Unequal Partnerships explores urban development in American cities since World War II. Gregory D. Squires and other contributors examine what has long been a highly inequitable and destructive process of urban development. They look at the political and social assumptions and interests shaping redevelopment, the social and economic costs of development for the vast majority of urban residents, and alternative approaches emerging.The book begins with an overview of the ideological forces that have shaped urban economic development in the United States from the urban renewal days of the 1950s and 1960s through the celebration of public-private partnerships in the 1980s. Subsequent chapters examine specific cities in light of the consequences of development initiatives. These cities include those in declining rustbelt regions that are struggling with the consequences of deindustrialization (Boston, New York, Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Cleveland, Detroit, Chicago, and Milwaukee), as well as growing cities in the sunbelt (Louisville, New Orleans, Houston, and Sacramento). The book concludes with a discussion of promising policy alternatives.