2 edition of Urban Europe Structures and Change, 1950-80 found in the catalog.
Urban Europe Structures and Change, 1950-80
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Written in English
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Contents1 The Demographic Sector in Europe2 2. Main demographic trends in the UK post WWII3 3. Post-war political economy4 4. Sustainable development5 5. Political and socioeconomic geography of Europe6 6. Tourism- aspects of German trends7 Tourism balance8 Outbound9 Destinations10 Socioeconomic profile11 Outlook12 7.
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Exploring data from the US, Australia, Germany, France, Sweden and Finland, they show that temporal autonomy varies substantially .List of Case Studies Acknowledgements Setting the Scene Preface to 2nd Edition The Drama of Urban Change viii x xi xvi Introduction to 2nd Edition The Creative City: Its Origins and Futures in Europe the figure is already over 75 per cent and in the developing world it will shortly reach 50 per cent, whereas in it was 29 per cent.WOA!
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