Urban Planning in Russia: Towards the Market
Abstract and Figures
The article discusses the recent transformation of the Russian system of urban planning from the socialist system to a market one. The focus is on new problems of the Russian planning system, the relationship between the new and old systems, and the role of the bureaucracy and participation. A case study of the city of Moscow develops the subject at a metropolitan level. It is argued that Russian planning in transition has been planning in crisis and it is only now becoming an effective and pluralistic social institution. The recent revival of planning has been much dependent on Russia's regions; a diversification of planning systems throughout the country is expected.
Figures - uploaded by Oleg Golubchikov
All figure content in this area was uploaded by Oleg Golubchikov
Content may be subject to copyright.