Metropolitanization and Public Services is third in a series on the governance of metropolitan regions which aims to explore the welfare and development of Metropolitan America. Originally published in 1972, this study discusses who decides which essential public services need to be provided within a metropolitan area by looking at political reform as well as presenting ideas on functional efficiency, costs and benefits and the effectiveness of the political process. This title will be of interest to students of environmental studies.
Foreword; Introduction; 1. Transportation and Metropolitan Governance 2. Education and Metropolitanism 3. A New Look at the Health Issue 4. Residuals Management and Metropolitan Governance
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