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Twenty Years of Transition: The Evolution of Urban Planning in Eastern Europe and the Former Soviet Union, 1989-2009
This paper reviews the dramatic transformations which have taken place in the cities of Eastern Europe and the former Soviet Union since the collapse of communist regimes in the region twenty years ago.
The paper further analyzes how urban planning ‘the indispensable public function which aims to guide and manage urban change’ evolved in response to the new urban challenges.
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