Regional Planning and Regional Governance in the United States 1979-1996Journal of Planning Literature (1998)
Friedman and Weaver's book, Territory and Function, which includes a survey of ideas concerning regions and regionalism in the United States, was published in 1979. Much has happened since then. There is a renewed interest in regionalism, particularly in conjunction with efforts to analyze and manage entire metropolitan areas. This bibliography incorporates works on regionalism and regional governance published since 1979. It draws from major sources in planning, urban affairs, and public policy. Entries are arranged in eleven categories, beginning with existing literature reviews of the topic. The bibliography contains 168 annotated entries, a subject index, jurisdiction and planning organization indexes, and a periodicals index.
Publication DateFebruary, 1998
Citation InformationJerry Weitz and Ethan Seltzer. "Regional Planning and Regional Governance in the United States 1979-1996" Journal of Planning Literature Vol. 12 Iss. 3 (1998) p. 361 - 392
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/ethan_seltzer/21/