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Author Danielson, Michael N.
Title New York, the politics of urban regional development / Michael N. Danielson and Jameson W. Doig.
Imprint Berkeley : Published for the Institute of Governmental Studies [by] University of California Press, [1982]
©1982

Series A Publication of the Franklin K. Lane Memorial Fund, Institute of Governmental Studies, University of California, Berkeley
Publication of the Franklin K. Lane Memorial Fund, Institute of Governmental Studies, University of California, Berkeley.
Subject Regional planning -- New York (State)
City planning -- New York (State) -- New York.
Urban renewal -- New York (State) -- New York.
New York Region -- Politics and government.
Alt Name Doig, Jameson W.
Description 1 online resource (xxii, 376 pages) : illustrations, maps.
Note Maps on lining papers.
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Government and Urban Development -- Governments in the New York Region -- The Impact of Government on Development -- Government as Inconsequential: A Critique -- Varieties of Influence -- Varieties of Influence: A Further Look -- The Sources of Governmental Influence -- Areal and Functional Scope: Toward a Classification of Governments -- Concentration of Resources -- Formal independence -- Variety and intensity of constituency demands -- Control over the use of land -- Financial resources -- Political skill -- Control over subordinate units -- Planning -- Targets of Analysis -- Development in the New York Region -- Size and Complexity -- The Physical Setting -- Genesis from the Sea -- The Unique Central Business District -- External Economies and White-Collar Jobs -- Benefits and Costs of the Central Business District -- The Decline of the Older Cities -- The Departure of Middle-Class Whites -- The Growth of Black and Hispanic Ghettos -- The Dispersal of Blue-Collar Jobs -- The Burdens of the Cities -- The Spreading Metropolis -- The Impact of Transportation -- The Movement of Jobs and Homes -- The Slowing of the Region's Growth -- Maximizing Internal Benefits -- Suburban Capabilities -- The Constraint of Size -- Variations Among Suburbs -- Homogeneity and Heterogeneity -- The Central Fact of Autonomy -- The Pervasive Influence of the Property Tax -- The Logic of Exclusion -- The Westchester Approach -- Planning for Fewer People -- The Dilemma of Apartments -- The Right Kind of Industry.
Note Print version record.
Local Note JOHN CARROLL: JSTOR Books at JSTOR Evidence Based Acquisitions
ISBN 9780520906891 (electronic bk.)
0520906896 (electronic bk.)
0520043715
9780520043718
ISBN/ISSN 9780520043718
OCLC # 45843429
Additional Format Print version: Danielson, Michael N. New York, the politics of urban regional development. Berkeley : Published for the Institute of Governmental Studies [by] University of California Press, ©1982 0520043715 (DLC) 81007480 (OCoLC)7554642