"Urban Affairs Review examines key issues in United States urban policy, concentrating on the critical impact of program developments at the federal, state, and local level; Explores the economic and political problems of urban areas, including the complex economic issues of private-sector business and public finance; Analyzes topics such as neighborhood quality, gentrification, neighborhood services, attitudes about community life, community change, and residential choice; Analyzes emerging governance arrangements, urban politics, and metropolitan and regional government. Addresses issues in housing, transit, service industries, and planning processes; Examines urban development throughout the world, placing economic development, urbanization, governance, planning processes and spatial/social/cultural change in a comparative perspective, and; Analyzes the intricate social, spatial, and cultural dynamics of cities, including their people, places, neighborhoods and employment." (From publisher's website)
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