Wright, Frank Lloyd
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PublisherWiley (Blackwell Publishing)
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The Wiley Blackwell Encyclopedia of Urban and Regional Studies captures the character of complex urban and regional dynamics across the globe, including timely entries on Latin America, Africa, India and China. At the same time, it contains illuminating entries on some of the current concepts that seek to grasp the essence of the global world today, such as those of Friedmann and Sassen on ‘global cities’. It also includes discussions of recent economic writings on cities and regions such as those of Richard Florida. Comprised of over 450 entries ( 5 volumes) on the most important topics and from a range of theoretical perspectives. Features authoritative entries on topics ranging from gender and the city to biographical profiles of figures like Frank Lloyd Wright Takes a global perspective with entries providing coverage of Latin America and Africa, India and China, and, the US and Europe Includes biographies of central figures in urban and regional studies, such as Doreen Massey, Peter Hall, Neil Smith, and Henri Lefebvre
CitationCrosas, C. Wright, Frank Lloyd. A: "The Wiley Blackwell Encyclopedia of Urban and Regional Studies". Wiley (Blackwell Publishing), 2019, p. 1-5.