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Stadt Konomie Blickwinkel Und Perspektiven Perspectives On Urban Economics

Author : Besecke, Anja
language : de
Publisher: Universitätsverlag der TU Berlin
Release Date : 2017-07-18

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„Economics is not about money“. Dieses Bonmot gilt auch für die Stadt- und Regionalökonomie, in deren Mittelpunkt die Beziehung zwischen Raum und Ökonomie steht und eben nicht (nur) zwischen Raum und Geld. Es geht um Abhängigkeiten zwischen räumlicher Entwicklung einerseits und Entscheidungen über den Umgang mit knappen Ressourcen aller Art andererseits. Dazu gehören Fragen zum Umgang mit Grund und Boden, zu räumlichen Ausprägungen des wirtschaftlichen Strukturwandels, zu Funktionsweisen von Teilmärkten (Wohnen, Gewerbe, Handel oder Freizeit), zur Immobilienwirtschaft oder auch zum zeitstrukturellen Wandel und dessen Wechselwirkungen mit dem Raum. Dieser Sammelband offeriert eine breite Palette an Sichten auf das vielschichtige Feld der Stadt- und Regionalökonomie und richtet sich an Leserinnen und Leser aus Fachwelt und interessierter Öffentlichkeit gleichermaßen. Er reflektiert aktuelle und zeitlose Debatten gleichermaßen und würdigt damit Prof. Dr. Dietrich Henckel, der von 2004 bis 2017 Leiter des Fachgebietes für Stadt- und Regionalökonomie am Institut für Stadt- und Regionalplanung der TU Berlin war, und sich mit großem Engagement in den fachlichen Diskurs einbrachte. In dem Band sind zahlreiche Weggefährtinnen und Weggefährten aus ganz unterschiedlichen Fachbereichen und Zusammenhängen vereint, die Dietrich Henckels breites Spektrum spiegeln. Der Band fungiert somit als „Gemischtwarenladen“ der Stadt- und Regionalökonomie, in dem die Autorinnen und Autoren in unterschiedlichen Sprachen und Formaten Einblicke in vielfältige Themen, Methoden und Disziplinen anbieten. „Economics is not about money“. This bon mot also applies to urban and regional economics, which look well beyond the relation between merely space and money. Rather, interdependencies between spatial development processes on the one hand, and decisions about limited resources on the other hand, are given centre stage. This includes questions regarding policies and practices of land use, spatial manifestations of economic structural change, the functioning of submarkets (housing, industry, trade or leisure), the real estate industry or the interplay between changes to temporal and spatial structures. This volume offers a broad palette of perspectives on the multi-layered field of urban and regional economics. It reflects both current and timeless debates and equally addresses readers from the scientific community and the interested public. As such, it pays tribute to Prof. Dr. Dietrich Henckel, who held the Chair of Urban and Regional Economics at TU Berlin’s Institute of Urban and Regional Planning from 2004 to 2017, and contributed passionately to a wide range of discourses. By bringing together many of his academic companions from the many different contexts of his work, the volume reflects Dietrich Henckel’s broad spectrum of interests and activities. As a “general merchandise store” of urban and regional economics, it presents a colourful array of short contributions that provide insights into a diversity of topics, methods and interpretations.

Migration Asyl Und Post Migrantische Lebenswelten In Deutschland

Author : Miriam Aced
language : de
Publisher: LIT Verlag Münster
Release Date : 2014

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Eine Neue Soziologie F R Eine Neue Gesellschaft

Author : Bruno Latour
language : de
Release Date : 2010

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Smart Urbanism

Author : Simon Marvin
language : en
Publisher: Routledge
Release Date : 2015-12-14

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Smart Urbanism (SU) – the rebuilding of cities through the integration of digital technologies with buildings, neighbourhoods, networked infrastructures and people – is being represented as a unique emerging ‘solution’ to the majority of problems faced by cities today. SU discourses, enacted by technology companies, national governments and supranational agencies alike, claim a supremacy of urban digital technologies for managing and controlling infrastructures, achieving greater effectiveness in managing service demand and reducing carbon emissions, developing greater social interaction and community networks, providing new services around health and social care etc. Smart urbanism is being represented as the response to almost every facet of the contemporary urban question. This book explores this common conception of the problematic of smart urbanism and critically address what new capabilities are being created by whom and with what exclusions; how these are being developed - and contested; where is this happening both within and between cities; and, with what sorts of social and material consequences. The aim of the book is to identify and convene a currently fragmented and disconnected group of researchers, commentators, developers and users from both within and outside the mainstream SU discourse, including several of those that adopt a more critical perspective, to assess ‘what’ problems of the city smartness can address The volume provides the first internationally comparative assessment of SU in cities of the global north and south, critically evaluates whether current visions of SU are able to achieve their potential; and then identifies alternative trajectories for SU that hold radical promise for reshaping cities.

Post Industrial Urban Greenspace

Author : Jennifer Foster
language : en
Publisher: Routledge
Release Date : 2017-10-02

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Post-industrial urban spaces typically include abandoned factories, disused rail lines, old pits and quarries, and de-commissioned landfills. In these places, different visions compete for dominance with respect to current and future land uses. Neighbours often view such urban greenspace as polluted, unkempt and weedy, harbouring undesirable biophysical features and people. These are spaces that often become the focus of some form of revitalization, reinvestment and restoration. From the perspective of civic authorities and urban planners, transforming post-industrial landscapes into disciplined and tended greenspace creates the urban conditions and signals of popular contemporary taste that attract investors, gentrifiers, and tourists. But post-industrial spaces are also places where unique and unpredictable human and ecological associations can emerge spontaneously. Such places may contain considerable ecological integrity and biodiversity and host human populations who find a home and respite in such ecologies. They also tell stories of an industrial and urban past that should be acknowledged, understood and (if suitable) celebrated. This volume explores the environmental justice and injustice dimensions of emerging urban post-industrial landscapes, including the ecological politics, cultural representations and aesthetics of these spaces. This bookw as published as a special issue of Local Environment.

The Technoscientific Witness Of Rape

Author : Andrea Quinlan
language : en
Publisher: University of Toronto Press
Release Date : 2017-04-24

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In 1984, the Sexual Assault Evidence Kit (SAEK) was dubbed "Ontario’s most successful rapist trap." Since then, the kit has become the key source of evidence in the investigation and prosecution of sexual assault as well as a symbol of victims’ improved access to care and justice. Unfortunately, the SAEK has failed to live up to these promises. The Technoscientific Witness of Rape is the first book to chart the thirty year history of the sexual assault evidence kit and its role in a criminal justice system that re-victimizes many assault victims in their quest for medical treatment and justice. Drawing on actor-network theory and feminist technology studies, Andrea Quinlan combs through sixty-two interviews with police, nurses, scientists, and lawyers, as well as archival records and legal cases to trace changes in sexual assault forensics, law, advocacy, and anti-violence activism in Ontario. Through this history Quinlan bravely and provocatively argues that the SAEK reflects and reinforces the criminal justice system’s distrust of sexual assault victims.

Design Objects And The Museum

Author : Liz Farrelly
language : en
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing
Release Date : 2016-01-28

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Design Objects and the Museum brings together leading design historians, curators, educators and archivists to consider the place of contemporary design objects within museums. Contributors draw on a wide range of 20th century and contemporary examples from international museums to consider how design objects have been curated and displayed within and beyond the museum. The book continues contemporary global debates on the ways in which museums of design engage and educate their public. Chapters are grouped into three thematic sections addressing The Canon and Design in the Museum; Positioning Design within and Beyond the Museum; and Interpretation and the Challenge of Design, with chapters exploring museological practice and issues, the roles people play in creating meaning, and the challenges contemporary design presents to interpretation and learning within the museum.