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Over the course of many years, professional spatial planners have used a plethora of methods and tools to support their various planning activities. Nevertheless, it can be argued that spatial-planning practitioners have never fully embraced the diversity of the available methods, techniques, and models developed in the research laboratories to analyse… (More)
Policy measures for land use and transport demand management and their implications in managing rapidly growing Asian metropolises. Regional Development Dialogue 13(3): 3-25.
Geo-information technologies are gradually becoming used to support spatial policy tasks (Stillwell et al, 1999b). Planning support systems (PSS) are a subset of these geo-information technologies dedicated to aid those involved in planning to explore, represent, analyze, visualize, predict, prescribe, design, implement, monitor, and discuss issues… (More)
Social sustainability is a relatively underexposed dimension of the sustainability debate. Diversified and discipline-specific study perspectives and the lack of contextualization make it difficult to gain a comprehensive understanding of social sustainability in non-Western societies. In examining the problems facing a rapidly ageing Chinese society, this… (More)