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Evaluating urban regional plans from theory to practice

Evaluating urban regional plans from theory to practice

Author: Mark Seasons
Publisher: Vancouver, B.C. UBC Press 2021
Edition/Format:   Print book : English

The first text of its kind in Canada, Evaluating Urban and Regional Plans provides both a theoretical foundation and pragmatic guidance for plan evaluation.


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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Mark Seasons
ISBN: 9780774866262 0774866268 9780774866279 0774866276 9780774866286 0774866284
OCLC Number: 1281815674
Description: vii, 238 p.
Contents: Introduction: Tackling the Unknowns1 Who Does What: The Canadian Planning Context2 Laying the Cornerstone: Plan Evaluation History and Theory3 The Toolbox: Indicator Frameworks and Models4 Measure Twice, Cut Once: Monitoring and Evaluation in Practice5 Ready, Set: Planning the Evaluation Process6 Finding Answers: Research Approaches and Methods7 Making It Work: Management of the Evaluation Process8 A Pocket Guide for Best PracticeGlossary; Works Cited; Index
Responsibility: Mark Seasons [aut].


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The combination of theories, methods and practices makes this book an essential resource for all professional planners in Canada and elsewhere. -- Haiqing Xu, Deputy City Manager, Vaughan, ON * Plan Read more...

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