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Diez lecciones sobre el reciente planeamiento metropolitano europeo. Argumentos para la reflexión disciplinar y el diseño de instrumentos para la ordenación territorial

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  • Elinbaum, Pablo

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    (Universitat Internacional de Catalunya)

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    Frente a un modelo territorial emergente, para el que no valen las formas definidas, los contenidos y los métodos del planeamiento tradicional, algunas áreas metropolitanas se convierten en verdaderos clusters de innovación en materia de desarrollo supra-local. ¿Qué podemos aprender de estas experiencias tan heterogéneas? El objetivo de este artículo radica en evidenciar las aportaciones instrumentales de la reciente experiencia del planeamiento metropolitano en Europa. Mediante el estudio comparado de tres casos, pretendemos definir la especificidad de los instrumentos de ordenación metropolitana en tres órdenes: el marco instrumental, el alcance de los planes y las estrategias para la gestión. Facing an emerging territorial model for which definite forms, contents and methods of traditional planning are not valid, some metropolitan areas become innovative clusters in supra-local planning. What can we learn from these heterogeneous experiences? The objective of this article is to highlight the instrumental contributions of the recent metropolitan planning practice in Europe. Through a multiple-case study of three plans, we attempt to define the specificity of metropolitan planning tools in three orders: the instrumental framework, the scope of the plans, and the management strategies. Keywords: metropolitan-region; supra-local planning; technical innovation.

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    Volume (Year): (2014)
    Issue (Month): 28 ()
    Pages: 57-78

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    Handle: RePEc:ris:invreg:0253
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