Market Vs. Planning: The Old Controversy Revisited
The paper examines the evolution of urban land uses in Greece and USA in the last twenty years and reviews the role of the market forces and the role of the land-use regulations in shaping the current urban form in both countries. The paper proposes a framewrk of coordination between these two elements in order to improve and make more effective urban planning efforts.
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