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Dordrecht : Springer, c2007
ix, 490 s. : il., grafy, mapy ; 24 cm

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ISBN 978-1-4020-6052-6 (váz.)
Geojournal library ; vol. 92
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Table of contents // INTRODUCTION // 1. Taking stock of post-socialist urban development: // A recapitulation // Kiril Stanilov // PART 1. REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT TRENDS // 2. Political reform, economic development, and regional growth in post-socialist Europe // Kiril Stanilov // 3. Regional growth dynamics in Central and Eastern Europe in the socio-economic and geographic context of a post-socialist reality // Koloman fvanička, Sr. and Koloman Ivanička, Jr. // 4. Urbanization patterns in Russia in the post-Soviet era // Irina Molodikova and Alla Makhrova // PART 2. NON-RESIDENTIAL DEVELOPMENT // 5. The restructuring of non-residential uses in the post-socialist metropolis // Kiril Stanilov // 6. Land market, commercial real estate, and the remolding of Moscow’s urban fabric // Alla Makhrova and Irina Molodikova // 7. Office development and post-communist city formation: // The case of Prague // Luděk Sýkora // 8. The evolution of industrial areas in Budapest after 1989 // Eva Kiss // viii Table of contents // PART 3. RESIDENTIAL DEVELOPMENT // 9. Housing trends in Central and Eastern European cities // during and after the period of transition 173 // Kiril Stanilov // 10. Social and spatial consequences of the restitution // of real estate 191 // Birgit Glock, Hartmut Haussermann, and Carsten Keller // 11. The perils of post-socialist transformation: Residential development in Sofia 215 // Sonia Hirt and Kiril Stanilov // 12. Upscale housing in post-Soviet Moscow
and its environs 245 // Yuri Medvedkov and Olga Medvedkov // PART 4. THE EVOLUTION OF PUBLIC SPACE // 13. Democracy, markets, and public space in the transitional // societies of Central and Eastern Europe 269 // Kiril Stanilov // 14. Public space in the "blue cities” of Russia 285 // Barbara Engel // 15. The peculiar history of (post)communist public places // and spaces: Bucharest as a case study 301 // Augustin loan // 16. Urban transport in the Baltic republics 313 // Sigurd Grava // PART 5. PUBLIC POLICY AND URBAN DEVELOPMENT // 17. Urban development policies in Central and Eastern Europe during the transition period and their impact // on urban form 347 // Kiril Stanilov // 18. Belgrade’s post-socialist urban evolution: Reflections // by the actors in the development process 361 // S re ten Vujović and Mina Petrović // 19. Urban development, legislation, and planning // in post-socialist Zagreb 385 // Branko /. Cavrit and Zorica Nedovit-Budit // Table of contents ix // PART 6. PLANNING THE POST-SOCIALIST CITY // 20. Urban planning and the challenges of post-socialist transformation // Kiril Stanilov // 21. The post-socialist urban restructuring of Ljubljana: Strengthening identity // Kaliopa Dimitrovska Andrews, Breda MiheliČ, and Ivan Stanič // 22. Urban futures: Strategic planning in post-socialist Europe // Sasha Tsenkova // 23. Urban and regional planning in Central // and Eastern European countries - from EU requirements to innovative practices
// Karina M. Pal lagst and Georges Mercier // 413 // 427 // 447 // 473

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