Posts tagged with 'Clark, Terry'

Urban Amenities: Lakes, Opera, and Juice Bars: Do They Drive Development?

Several theories of the new politics and new economy suggest that amenities drive urban development. Do they?

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Scenes: Cultural Dynamics of Neighborhoods, Chicago, Paris, Seoul, Tokyo, Lessons to Share

Terry Nichols Clark, Professor of Sociology at the University of Chicago

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Arts, Cultural Scenes, and Urbanism: New Directions in Research

Innovation has long been seen as crucial to the post-industrial knowledge economy and the cities where it is flourishing.  Arts and culture -- once minor concerns compared with education, crime, and transportation -- have assumed an increasingly central position in urban policy and planning debates.

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The Creative Engine

Neil Scott Kleiman, Director, and Robin Keegan, Deputy Director, Center for an Urban Future, New York

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Culture and Urban Amenities

Terry Clark (Sociology) and Lawrence Rothfield (English/Cultural Policy)

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