Web-Based Journal Devoted To The Study Of Planned Interventions Vs. Market Approaches

Web-Based Journal Devoted To The Study Of Planned Interventions Vs. Market Approaches

University Of Southern California

PLANNING & MARKETS is devoted to the study of planned interventions in social and economic processes versus market approaches. Dramatic advances in communications technologies have speeded information exchange almost

everywhere. Refereed research in the social sciences And related policy fields are no exception.

Go to: http://www-pam.usc.edu/

Planning & Markets is the first academic journal in its field to be edited, refereed, and published exclusively using the Internet and World Wide Web.

Volume 5 articles include:

  • Unplanned Telecom Corridor Markets: The Marketization Of Fiber Optic Easements By Deregulated Network Industries by Wayne C. Lusvardi and Charles B. Warren

  • Homesteading City Streets: An Exercise In Managerial Theory by Walter Block, Loyola University New Orleans

  • The Fiscal Impacts of Rural Residential Development: An Econometric Analysis Of The Cost Of Community Services by Roger H. Coupal, Donald M. McLeod, and David T. Taylor, University of Wyoming

  • Information Structures Exploration As Planning For A Unitary Organization by Shih-Kung Lai, National Taipei University

  • Market-Oriented Land-Use Planning: A Conceptual Note by Hans Lind, Royal Institute of Technology

    The previous four volumes of PLANNING & MARKETS are archived and accessible at the same address.

    Email subscriptions to PLANNING & MARKETS are free. Web visitors can subscribe directly from the PLANNING & MARKETS Website: http://www-pam.usc.edu/subs.html

    For more information, please contact:


    Peter Gordon, [email protected]

    Jim Moore, [email protected]

    Harry Richardson, [email protected]

    Related Link: Planning & Markets - Volume 5

    For more information contact:

    Peter Gordon
    University Of Southern California
    School of Policy, Planning, and Development
    Los Angeles
    CA 90089-0626

    Email: [email protected]
    Web: http://www-pam.usc.edu/

  • Posted November 2, 2002

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