Growth-Management Implementation in Metropolitan Vancouver: Lessons from Actor-Network Theory

@article{Tate2013GrowthManagementII,
  title={Growth-Management Implementation in Metropolitan Vancouver: Lessons from Actor-Network Theory},
  author={Laura E. Tate},
  journal={Environment and Planning B: Planning and Design},
  year={2013},
  volume={40},
  pages={783 - 800}
}
  • Laura E. Tate
  • Published 2013
  • Sociology
  • Environment and Planning B: Planning and Design
  • A case study is used to analyse metropolitan growth management implementation in Greater Vancouver, adding to a growing base of literature studying plan development and implementation through an actor-network theory (ANT) lens. It focuses on Metrotown, an office node initially designated in the Livable Region Plan and remaining regionally significant today. Unfortunately, Metrotown lost some momentum as business parks have seen more office growth in recent years. ANT's qualitative approach to… CONTINUE READING
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