NEW TRENDS IN FRENCH URBAN POLICIES

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Title: NEW TRENDS IN FRENCH URBAN POLICIES
Author: Jaouen, Annick
Description: This essay contains a lecture which the author delivered at Boston University on April 7, 1984; for the first conference of the International Planning Division of the New England American Planning Association. The essay summarizes the new policy options implemented in the context of decentralization. It emphasizes the new kind of power structure, the clarification of responsibilities between the state, the planning administration and the local governments. However, the first acts passed seem to indicate that withdrawal of the central authorities is far from complete.
URI: http://jhir.library.jhu.edu/handle/1774.2/32425
Date: 1984-04
Disclaimer: Citations of sources, conclusions, or opinions expressed in this publication are the responsibility of the author and do not reflect the policies or views of staff or others affiliated with the Institute for Policy Studies or Johns Hopkins University.
Subject: Decentralization
Reform
City Planning
Urban Planning
France

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