Originally published between 1969 and 1991, the 12 volumes in this set synthesize international experiences of urban policy making and cover case studies from the continents of Africa, Asia, Europe and the Americas.
They provide and discuss:
- Comparative analyses of developing world cities
- The successive roles played by cities in American history.
- The problems caused by over-emphasis on public-sector housing.
- The impact of suburban environments on the quality of life.
- The land market, including the impact of taxation and subsidisation.
- Homelessness and housing affordability for people on low incomes.
- The role technology can play in the planning and management of settlements.
- Examine the changes in size and form effected by population growth and town planning in the 18th and 19th Centuries.
Table of Contents
1. D. Burtenshaw; M. Bateman, G. J. Ashworth The European city : a Western perspective 978-0-367-77123-2
2. Edited by R. A. Butlin The development of the Irish town 978-0-367-77129-4
3. Timothy J. Cartwright The management of human settlements in developing countries 978-0-367-77136-2
4. Edited by Graham Hallett Land and housing policies in Europe and the USA 978-0-367-77201-7
5. Edited by Graham Hallett The new housing shortage : housing affordability in Europe and the USA 978-1-032-00383-2
6. Edited by James H. Johnson and Colin G. Pooley The Structure of 19th Century cities 978-0-367-77208-6
7. Stella Lowder Inside Third World cities 978-0-367-77408-0
8. Blake McKelvey The city in American history 978-0-367-77224-6
9. Douglas Niven The development of housing in Scotland 978-0-367-77317-5
10. Donald N. Rothblatt and Daniel J. Garr Suburbia : an international assessment 978-0-367-77243-7
11. Edited by Alan Turner The cities of the poor 978-0-367-77337-3
12. Andrew Gibb Glasgow 978-1-032-00410-5