A study of the organizing capacity of eight European cities: Antwerp,
Bilbao, Bologna, Eindhoven, Lisbon, Munich, Rotterdam, and Turin.
Organizing capacity is defined as the capacity to develop and
implement strategies needed to respond to fundamental changes in
society and to create conditions for a sustainable metropolitan
development. Analyzes 15 strategic renewal projects according to a
theoretical framework designed for this study, based on interviews
with representatives of municipalities, public companies, and the
private sector. No index.
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