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The Resource Strategies for Urban Network Learning : International Practices and Theoretical Reflections, edited by Leon van den Dool, (electronic resource)

Strategies for Urban Network Learning : International Practices and Theoretical Reflections, edited by Leon van den Dool, (electronic resource)

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Strategies for Urban Network Learning : International Practices and Theoretical Reflections
Title
Strategies for Urban Network Learning
Title remainder
International Practices and Theoretical Reflections
Statement of responsibility
edited by Leon van den Dool
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Language
eng
Summary
This book presents international experiences in urban network learning. It is vital for cities to learn as it is necessary to constantly adapt and improve public performance and address complex challenges in a constantly changing environment. It is therefore highly relevant to gain more insight into how cities can learn. Cities address problems and challenges in networks of co-operation between existing and new actors, such as state actors, market players and civil society. This book presents various learning environments and methods for urban network learning, and aims to learn from experiences across the globe. How does learning take place in these urban networks? What factors and situations help or hinder these learning practices? Can we move from intuition to a strategy to improve urban network learning? Leon van den Dool is Senior Researcher at the Institute for Housing and Urban Development Studies of Erasmus University Rotterdam, the Netherlands. He is also a senior manager within the consultancy practice of PwC for local governments.--
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van den Dool, Leon
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  • Palgrave Studies in Sub-National Governance,
  • Springer eBooks.
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  • Public policy
  • Municipal government
  • Comparative politics
  • Political leadership
  • Legislative bodies
  • Regionalism
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Strategies for Urban Network Learning : International Practices and Theoretical Reflections, edited by Leon van den Dool, (electronic resource)
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Contents
1. Introduction: Studying Strategies for Urban Network Learning. Leon van den Dool and Linze Schaap -- 2. Learning processes in an urban governance context: a theoretical exploration. Leon van den Dool and Linze Schaap -- 3. From “Best Practice” to “Relevant Practice” in International City-to-City Learning. Robin Hambleton -- 4. City-Region Governance Labs: Governance Learning by Strategic Policymakers from European City Regions. Linze Schaap, Niels Karsten, Carlo Colombo, Maaike Damen -- 5. Networking and Learning in Urban Living Labs: the Case of the Housing Innovation Lab in Boston. Giorgia Nesti -- 6. Understanding Gentrification: Learning through Field Visits to Amsterdam, Yogyakarta, and Rotterdam. Remco Vermeulen -- 7. Learning Through Collaboration: the Case of City Deals in The Netherlands. Marloes Dignum, David Hamers, David Evers -- 8. Two Reflexive Methods for Evaluating Public Policy Practice in Urban Network Contexts: Learning History and Learning Evaluation. Michael Duijn -- 9. Learning in Complex Urban Networks: Can Group Mentoring Help? Leon van den Dool -- 10. City Visitations as Instruments of Urban Network Learning: the Case of the 2011 Flemish City Visitations. Herwig Reynaert, Arno Korsten, Tom Verhelst -- 11. Crowd-Sourced Planning, Crowd-Monitoring, and Organisational Learning. Norbert Kersting -- 12. Can Peer-to-Peer Learning Support Energy Transition in Cities and Regions? Elena Marie Ensenado and Jen Heemann -- 13. Lessons about Learning from Serious Games: the Learning Potential of Co-creation and Gameplay in Participatory Urban Planning Processes. Cristina Ampatzidou -- 14. Urban Gaming: Learning about the Energy Transition at the Local Level with Go2Zero. Geertje Bekebrede -- 15. Urban Network Learning: Conclusions. Leon van den Dool and Linze Schaap
Control code
978-3-030-36048-1
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unknown
Edition
1st ed. 2020.
Extent
1 online resource (XIX, 361 pages)
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multiple file formats
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  • online
  • electronic
Isbn
9783030360481
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uncompressed
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Other physical details
14 illustrations, 9 illustrations in color.
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remote
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(OCoLC)1154510363
Label
Strategies for Urban Network Learning : International Practices and Theoretical Reflections, edited by Leon van den Dool, (electronic resource)
Link
https://eui.idm.oclc.org/login?url=https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-36048-1
Publication
Antecedent source
mixed
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
not applicable
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
1. Introduction: Studying Strategies for Urban Network Learning. Leon van den Dool and Linze Schaap -- 2. Learning processes in an urban governance context: a theoretical exploration. Leon van den Dool and Linze Schaap -- 3. From “Best Practice” to “Relevant Practice” in International City-to-City Learning. Robin Hambleton -- 4. City-Region Governance Labs: Governance Learning by Strategic Policymakers from European City Regions. Linze Schaap, Niels Karsten, Carlo Colombo, Maaike Damen -- 5. Networking and Learning in Urban Living Labs: the Case of the Housing Innovation Lab in Boston. Giorgia Nesti -- 6. Understanding Gentrification: Learning through Field Visits to Amsterdam, Yogyakarta, and Rotterdam. Remco Vermeulen -- 7. Learning Through Collaboration: the Case of City Deals in The Netherlands. Marloes Dignum, David Hamers, David Evers -- 8. Two Reflexive Methods for Evaluating Public Policy Practice in Urban Network Contexts: Learning History and Learning Evaluation. Michael Duijn -- 9. Learning in Complex Urban Networks: Can Group Mentoring Help? Leon van den Dool -- 10. City Visitations as Instruments of Urban Network Learning: the Case of the 2011 Flemish City Visitations. Herwig Reynaert, Arno Korsten, Tom Verhelst -- 11. Crowd-Sourced Planning, Crowd-Monitoring, and Organisational Learning. Norbert Kersting -- 12. Can Peer-to-Peer Learning Support Energy Transition in Cities and Regions? Elena Marie Ensenado and Jen Heemann -- 13. Lessons about Learning from Serious Games: the Learning Potential of Co-creation and Gameplay in Participatory Urban Planning Processes. Cristina Ampatzidou -- 14. Urban Gaming: Learning about the Energy Transition at the Local Level with Go2Zero. Geertje Bekebrede -- 15. Urban Network Learning: Conclusions. Leon van den Dool and Linze Schaap
Control code
978-3-030-36048-1
Dimensions
unknown
Edition
1st ed. 2020.
Extent
1 online resource (XIX, 361 pages)
File format
multiple file formats
Form of item
  • online
  • electronic
Isbn
9783030360481
Level of compression
uncompressed
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
Other physical details
14 illustrations, 9 illustrations in color.
Quality assurance targets
absent
Reformatting quality
access
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)1154510363

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