3 edition of Megacorridors In North West Europe found in the catalog.
December 31, 2003
by Delft Univ Pr
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||95|
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Starting from the observation that regional economies are intertwined on a European scale, CORRIDESIGN examined whether, to what extent, and in what ways this process towards a network society is spatially linked with the development of cross-border megacorridors between seven large urban regions in North West Europe – the Randstad, the.
Starting from the observation that regional economies are intertwined on a European scale, CORRIDESIGN examined whether to what extent, and in what ways this process towards a network society is spatially linked with the development of cross-border megacorridors between seven large urban regions in North West Europe - the Randstad, Pages: Get this from a library.
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is a platform for academics to share research papers. Megacorridors connecting the major urban regions in north-west Europe represent a major challenge for spatial governance. Collective action can only influence developments in these areas when it is innovative.
Success depends on strong intersectoral, public–private, cross-border and central-local by: Megacorridors connecting the major urban regions in north-west Europe represent a major challenge for spatial governance. Collective action can only influence developments in. Megacorridors in North West Europe.
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