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|Título:||New models for innovative management and urban dynamics|
|Editora:||Research Center for Spatial and Organizational Dynamics|
|Resumo:||At a time of rapid economic change where the capacity of European cities to control their development towards a globally more sustainable development is at stake, it seems of utmost importance to identify the regimes, policies and tools that best suit land management strategies for urban dynamics within a general context characterized by globalization, fierce economic competitiveness, territorial competition and the strong need to conceive urban planning actions under the auspice of, for example, public-private partnerships or other innovative cooperative forms. Previous studies in urban development show the decisive importance of the public actor’s ability to mobilize the required land resources for the success of urban projects. European cities largely differ from each other in their land ownership situation, building industry and real estate configurations, mortgage system, planning culture, policies, and management tools. However, the actual impacts of those differences on the success of urban development are poorly known, in spite of their utmost importance for European long term economic growth, especially for new Eastern EU members. The main objective of the conference “New models for innovative management and urban dynamics” was to discuss and develop tools for a comparative framework of land management regimes and policies and to produce recommendations for land mobilization methods and tools in order to foster urban dynamics within a knowledge based society.|
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