A Decision-centred View of Environmental Planning by A. Faludi

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Perloff, Julius Margolis, Richard Meier, Martin Meyerson and E d w a r d C. Banfield joined in various capacities. Herbert A . Simon was close by. T h u s , Chicago became the pioneering locus of the use of social science techniques for the analysis of and attempt to solve planning problems. And the war and the immediate post-war period were fertile in technical advances. These advances encouraged a kind of scientific optimism which became the hallmark of the rational planner (Sarbib, 1983, P.

46). Soon, Melville C. Branch (the first P h . D . from Harvard), Harvey S. Perloff, Julius Margolis, Richard Meier, Martin Meyerson and E d w a r d C. Banfield joined in various capacities. Herbert A . Simon was close by. T h u s , Chicago became the pioneering locus of the use of social science techniques for the analysis of and attempt to solve planning problems. And the war and the immediate post-war period were fertile in technical advances. These advances encouraged a kind of scientific optimism which became the hallmark of the rational planner (Sarbib, 1983, P.

Expanding choice requires government action so as to prevent social costs, redistribute income, provide collective goods and public information services. Webber argues, though, that regulatory approaches should be applied with restraint and sensitivity to their redistributive effects. 1). The present article cumulates in a plea for a broader interpretation of the planner's social responsibility: Although many ... activities do not fall within the city planner's area of special competence, he is nonetheless a key agent in setting municipal-investment priorities; and he is thus in a position to guide municipal policies toward the issues that really matter (p.

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