• Published 2003

Rationality Types in Evaluation Techniques

@inproceedings{Sager2003RationalityTI,
  title={Rationality Types in Evaluation Techniques},
  author={Tore {\O}ivin Sager},
  year={2003}
}
There is a strong tradition among planners to conceive of their task as one of inserting rationality into public debate and decision-making. The article examines how Morris Hill and Nathaniel Lichfield tried to develop the goals achievement matrix and the community impact evaluation (the planning balance sheet), respectively, as rational ex ante evaluation techniques for transport and land-use planning. Special attention is given to the ways in which they modify the economic rationality of the… CONTINUE READING

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