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Journal Details
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Journal
eISSN
1869-4179
First Published
30 Jan 1936
Publication timeframe
6 times per year
Languages
German, English

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Volume 68 (2010): Issue 1 (February 2010)

Journal Details
Format
Journal
eISSN
1869-4179
First Published
30 Jan 1936
Publication timeframe
6 times per year
Languages
German, English

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9 Articles

Editorial

access type Open Access

Raumforschung und Raumordnung – Zum künftigen Profil der Zeitschrift

Published Online: 28 Feb 2010
Page range: 1 - 2

Abstract

Wissenschaftlicher Beitrag

access type Open Access

Regional Governance for Rural Areas – An Innovative Approach, its Political Obstacles and the Way Ahead

Published Online: 28 Feb 2010
Page range: 3 - 14

Abstract

Abstract

This article identifies the programmatic as well as political innovations of regional governance in the context of integrated rural development. Based on a number of case studies it is argued that these innovations do not automatically materialise in political reality. Regional governance was shown to compete with regional government. In addition, strong sectoral interests and institutions and the multi-level character of rural policy are identified as main obstacles to the approach. The paper closes with a realistic discussion of options for strengthening the integrated approach politically through ambitious rural policy integration.

Keywords

  • Integrated rural development
  • Rural policy integration
  • Sectors
  • Interlocking politics
  • Multilevel governance
access type Open Access

Spatial Planning and Cultural Landscapes from an Institutional Point of View

Published Online: 28 Feb 2010
Page range: 15 - 24

Abstract

Abstract

With the adoption of the guiding principles and policy strategies of spatial development in Germany the development of cultural landscapes has become a central task of spatial planning. State and regional planning are not concerned with direct land-use regulation. Their coordination mechanism is meta-regulation, the regulation of other regulation processes. A meta-regulatory strategy aims not to control individual land-use decisions but the planning processes of other public planning organisations. State and regional plans set rules for organisations and project developers, monitor them and seek to bring about compliance with those rules. But there is a shift toward policy making and implementation through networks. Regional collaboration in policy networks have grown in importance, in part because no single planning organisation on the local or regional level is usually capable of regulating complex landscape development processes.

Keywords

  • Cultural landscape development
  • State planning
  • Regional planning
  • Institutional design
  • Network governance
access type Open Access

Coping with Complexity. Potentials of Agent-based Simulations for the Evaluation of Communicative Planning Processes

Published Online: 28 Feb 2010
Page range: 25 - 34

Abstract

Abstract

Shifting from formal and institutional to communicative and participatory conceptions of planning does not only alter the understanding of its instruments, but challenges hitherto evaluation techniques with the dilemma of insufficient measurability and small impact of narrative objectives. As a consequence, methodological advances are required to enable actors to evaluate the processes they are involved in. Agent-based simulation provides promising opportunities towards that aim.

Keywords

  • Communicative planning
  • Evaluation
  • Simulation
  • Agent-based models
  • Qualitative methods
access type Open Access

Land use policy through sustainable, gender equitable urban development and participative planning

Published Online: 28 Feb 2010
Page range: 35 - 47

Abstract

Abstract

The authors’ hypothesis is that a consequent implementation of Gender Mainstreaming in sustainable urban planning and regional development could increase the potentials of limiting the sealing and reduction of open space. Besides the aspects of economical land consumption a broad and active involvement of stakeholders and the public is implicit for a sustainable land use policy – participation processes have to be realised in a gender and diversity sensitive and integrative way. Can computer-based instruments such as Planning Support Systems contribute to ensure realisation of gender-equitable planning? This paper illustrates conceptional strategies, potential instruments and specific features.

Keywords

  • Land use policy
  • Land use management
  • Gender mainstreaming
  • Sustainable urban development
  • Participation
  • Planning support systems
  • Socio-technical instruments

Bericht aus Forschung und Praxis

access type Open Access

Residential Location Decisions of Households using the Example of Mannheim, Germany

Published Online: 28 Feb 2010
Page range: 49 - 59

Abstract

Abstract

By the end of 2025, Mannheim’s population will have increased slightly to reach 312,700. Just as in other major cities in Germany, the fear in Mannheim is that continuing suburbanisation and net gains in population resulting from immigration will lead to long-term social segregation. It is against this background that the city of Mannheim joined forces with the GBG-Mannheimer Wohnungsbaugesellschaft mbH, a local housing association, to commission a study into the motives underlying relocation. Starting with a brief attempt to contextualise the issue at hand, this paper details the procedure applied and presents a comparative survey based on demographic structure and the motives underlying relocation for households moving into, out of, or within the city. One topic of special interest is city-to-hinterland migration and the conditions under which such households would be prepared to return to the city. The study concludes by showing how Mannheim’s residential neighbourhoods are capable of satisfying quite diverse housing needs; consequently, the city is well placed to enhance its appeal as a place to live and to counter the trend towards suburbanisation.

Keywords

  • Urban development
  • Relocation motives
  • Suburbanisation
  • Re-urbanisation
  • Housing preferences
  • Values orientation
  • Mannheim

Rezension

9 Articles

Editorial

Wissenschaftlicher Beitrag

access type Open Access

Regional Governance for Rural Areas – An Innovative Approach, its Political Obstacles and the Way Ahead

Published Online: 28 Feb 2010
Page range: 3 - 14

Abstract

Abstract

This article identifies the programmatic as well as political innovations of regional governance in the context of integrated rural development. Based on a number of case studies it is argued that these innovations do not automatically materialise in political reality. Regional governance was shown to compete with regional government. In addition, strong sectoral interests and institutions and the multi-level character of rural policy are identified as main obstacles to the approach. The paper closes with a realistic discussion of options for strengthening the integrated approach politically through ambitious rural policy integration.

Keywords

  • Integrated rural development
  • Rural policy integration
  • Sectors
  • Interlocking politics
  • Multilevel governance
access type Open Access

Spatial Planning and Cultural Landscapes from an Institutional Point of View

Published Online: 28 Feb 2010
Page range: 15 - 24

Abstract

Abstract

With the adoption of the guiding principles and policy strategies of spatial development in Germany the development of cultural landscapes has become a central task of spatial planning. State and regional planning are not concerned with direct land-use regulation. Their coordination mechanism is meta-regulation, the regulation of other regulation processes. A meta-regulatory strategy aims not to control individual land-use decisions but the planning processes of other public planning organisations. State and regional plans set rules for organisations and project developers, monitor them and seek to bring about compliance with those rules. But there is a shift toward policy making and implementation through networks. Regional collaboration in policy networks have grown in importance, in part because no single planning organisation on the local or regional level is usually capable of regulating complex landscape development processes.

Keywords

  • Cultural landscape development
  • State planning
  • Regional planning
  • Institutional design
  • Network governance
access type Open Access

Coping with Complexity. Potentials of Agent-based Simulations for the Evaluation of Communicative Planning Processes

Published Online: 28 Feb 2010
Page range: 25 - 34

Abstract

Abstract

Shifting from formal and institutional to communicative and participatory conceptions of planning does not only alter the understanding of its instruments, but challenges hitherto evaluation techniques with the dilemma of insufficient measurability and small impact of narrative objectives. As a consequence, methodological advances are required to enable actors to evaluate the processes they are involved in. Agent-based simulation provides promising opportunities towards that aim.

Keywords

  • Communicative planning
  • Evaluation
  • Simulation
  • Agent-based models
  • Qualitative methods
access type Open Access

Land use policy through sustainable, gender equitable urban development and participative planning

Published Online: 28 Feb 2010
Page range: 35 - 47

Abstract

Abstract

The authors’ hypothesis is that a consequent implementation of Gender Mainstreaming in sustainable urban planning and regional development could increase the potentials of limiting the sealing and reduction of open space. Besides the aspects of economical land consumption a broad and active involvement of stakeholders and the public is implicit for a sustainable land use policy – participation processes have to be realised in a gender and diversity sensitive and integrative way. Can computer-based instruments such as Planning Support Systems contribute to ensure realisation of gender-equitable planning? This paper illustrates conceptional strategies, potential instruments and specific features.

Keywords

  • Land use policy
  • Land use management
  • Gender mainstreaming
  • Sustainable urban development
  • Participation
  • Planning support systems
  • Socio-technical instruments

Bericht aus Forschung und Praxis

access type Open Access

Residential Location Decisions of Households using the Example of Mannheim, Germany

Published Online: 28 Feb 2010
Page range: 49 - 59

Abstract

Abstract

By the end of 2025, Mannheim’s population will have increased slightly to reach 312,700. Just as in other major cities in Germany, the fear in Mannheim is that continuing suburbanisation and net gains in population resulting from immigration will lead to long-term social segregation. It is against this background that the city of Mannheim joined forces with the GBG-Mannheimer Wohnungsbaugesellschaft mbH, a local housing association, to commission a study into the motives underlying relocation. Starting with a brief attempt to contextualise the issue at hand, this paper details the procedure applied and presents a comparative survey based on demographic structure and the motives underlying relocation for households moving into, out of, or within the city. One topic of special interest is city-to-hinterland migration and the conditions under which such households would be prepared to return to the city. The study concludes by showing how Mannheim’s residential neighbourhoods are capable of satisfying quite diverse housing needs; consequently, the city is well placed to enhance its appeal as a place to live and to counter the trend towards suburbanisation.

Keywords

  • Urban development
  • Relocation motives
  • Suburbanisation
  • Re-urbanisation
  • Housing preferences
  • Values orientation
  • Mannheim

Rezension

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