|Author:||Lawrence Wai-Chung Lai|
|Subcategory:||Politics & Government|
|Publisher:||Pergamon Pr (October 1, 1997)|
|Other formats:||doc lit lrf docx|
is an important book. The authors in effect offer a positive theory of planning and urbanisation.
is an important book. As such, Webster and Lai's model, based on institutional economics, is a vast improvement on some equally ambitious predecessors. Harry W. Richardson, University of Southern California, US & Rights, Planning and Markets covers an original and intriguing issue, viz. the existence and development of cities at the interface of market forces and planned or controlled policies. the book offers new horizons and contains refreshing reading material.
This book will be of value to students working in a wide range of subjects, including the building environment and economics, as well as property professionals and environmental planners. Lawrence Wai-chung Lai is Associate Professor in the Department of Real Estate and Construction at the University of Hong Kong. Библиографические данные.
Lawrence Wai-chung Lai is an associate professor in the Department of Real Estate and Construction at the University of Hong Kong. Pravila za recenzije Dodatne informacije.
The Property Rights Justifications for Planning and a Theory of Zoning. December 1997 · Progress in Planning.
And if the theories of these economists arise from their own self interests, or their perception of. .The Coase Theorem itself has been applied to analytical and empirical analysis of zoning control since as early as the 19708 in work by Fischel (1978; 1979; 1980; 1987) and Siegan (1970).
And if the theories of these economists arise from their own self interests, or their perception of their employers' or clients' interests, why should anyone think such theories will promote or lead to environmental protection? (Beder, 1996. More recent works by Lai (i994b, 49; 1996, 97-141; 1997, 189-90, 240) and Webster and Wu (19993; igggb) have applied the invariant concept of the Coase Theorem to an empirical evaluation of land values and other urban phenomena.
This book represents a major innovation in the institutional analysis of cities and their planning, management and governance
This book represents a major innovation in the institutional analysis of cities and their planning, management and governance.
Authors and affiliations. Lawrence Wai-chung Lai. Article Lai, . Article. Lai, L. W. C. (1997a) The Property Rights Justifications for Planning and a Theory of Zoning. Progress in Planning, 48(3): 161-246. (1997b) Evolution of the Contractual Nature of Land Us Control in Hong Kong. 2nd Printing, Hong Kong: Hong Kong University Press. (2000d) Housing -Indigenous Villagers- in a Modern Society: An Examination of the Hong Kong 'small House- Policy.
Operational planning (OP) is the process of planning strategic goals and objectives to tactical goals and objectives
Operational planning (OP) is the process of planning strategic goals and objectives to tactical goals and objectives. It describes milestones, conditions for success and explains how, or what portion of, a strategic plan will be put into operation during a given operational period, in the case of commercial application, a fiscal year or another given budgetary term.
Lawrence Wai-Chung Lai. The University of Hong Kong - Department of. The University of Hong Kong - Department of Real Estate and Construction. Daniel C. Ho. Prof.
1997 Property Rights Justifications for Planning and a. Theory of Zoning, Progress in Planning, 48(3) . 1990 Institutions and a Transaction-Cost Theory of. Exchange, in Perspectives on Positive Political. James Alt and Kenneth Shepsle eds. Theory of Zoning, Progress in Planning, 48(3): 161-245. 1998 Zoning and Property Rights- A Hong Kong Case. Hong Kong University Press. Lin, Chien-Yuan & Hung, Hung-Chih. 1996 Conflict Management of Environmental Risk: A. Strategic Planning Approach, conference paper. of International Symposium on City Planning, Taichung, Taiwan, 19-20 August.