Buchtipp: Leading the Inclusive City
"My starting point is that, during the last thirty years or so, societies across the world have become increasingly divided. Cities are the focus of attention in this book because, as explained more fully in Chapter 2, most people alive today live in cities and, in thirty years ahead, demographic projections indicate, with some certainty, that we will live in an increasingly urbanised world. Despite the fact that cities are now central to the creation of prosperity, it is the case that, even in very wealthy cities - including the famous, so-called 'global cities' - social and economic inequalities are on the rise."
Hambleton, R. (2015): Leading the inclusive city: Place-based innovation for a bounded planet. Bristol: Policy Press
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