Wednesday, 1 November 2017, 8.45-11.45, Room BG west 290
Comparative planning and policy analysis
by Dominic Stead
Complex cities graduations often involve a comparative research approach. Approaches may be light-weight (drawing inspiration for design from looking at planning elsewhere) or be a structural component of methodology (drawing important lessons from an in-depth understanding of how planning is applied and performs under different circumstances). This sessions will discuss the benefits of a comparative research perspective in both cases and elaborate the prerequisites, barriers and challenges that it requires and poses.


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