Planning and the Intelligence of Institutions

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This title was first published in 2001. The hierarchical approach of regional planning institutions is facing crisis. In an era of globalization, the conditions of urban growth dynamics is dependent on innovation, entrepreneurial and economic structures and socio-political and institutional forces. As a result, the notion of ‘region’ has become more about social interaction than geographical location. This volume examines how institutions must adapt and modify their roles to suit this changing pattern of development, by implementing more consensus-based approaches. Using in-depth analysis of an innovative state-sponsored approach to growth management planning in the USA, it assesses the effectiveness and success of putting into place more flexible, concerted and negotiated approaches to issues such as inter-institutional relations and inter-governmental co-ordination. In what will be an essential contribution to the debate surrounding the future of regional planning and the role of institutions, the volume highlights the limits and opportunities of these new policy approaches and will be a key resource for planners, policy makers and researchers alike.

Table of contents

Cover
Half Title
Title Page
Copyright Page
Table of Contents
List of Figures
Preface
Acknowledgements
Part I An ‘Institutional Turn’ in Planning Theory?
1 Governance and the Challenges to Institutional Innovation
2 Redefining Institutional Issues: A Planning-Theoretical Review
3 Perspectives on Consensus-Building in Planning
Part II An Experience in Institutional Innovation: The Cross-Acceptance Process in New Jersey
4 Introduction: A New Planning Style
5 Genealogy of the Cross-Acceptance Process
6 Cross-Acceptance: Plans and Procedures
7 Cross-Acceptance: The Coevolution of Processes
8 Cross-Acceptance: An Interpretive Summary
9 Conclusion: The Fortune of Cross-Acceptance
Appendix 1: List of Interviewees
Appendix 2: List of Abbreviations
Part III Rethinking the Dimension of Institutionalization in Planning Practice
10 Planning, Social Interaction and Institutionalization
11 New-Institutionalist Perspectives
12 Three Relevant Dimensions of Institutionalization Processes
13 Institutionalization Processes and Collective Action
14 Conclusion
Bibliography
Index


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