This extensive review of urban policy explores the interaction of urban policy with changing perspectives on urban life and social welfare.
- An extensive review of urban policy since the 1960s.
- Examines a broad range of issues, such as race, economic regeneration and competitiveness, managing dangerous places, community and managerialism.
- The theme-based structure provides a new and innovative approach to the subject.
- Written in a clear, accessible style with pedagogic features to appeal to students from a range of disciplines.