Towards a Political Economy of Scale
Bringing together leading theorists and scholars in contemporary spatial thinking and political economy, this volume presents an unprecedented collection of essays on scale, as well as case studies on the restructuring of our global society.
Pollution of air, soil, and waterways has become a primary concern of urban environmental policy making, and over the past two decades there has emerged a new era of urban policy that links development with ecological issues, based on the notion that both nature and the economy can be enhanced through technological changes to ...
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