Global Universities and Urban Development

Global Universities and Urban Development
Global Universities and Urban Development
Case Studies and Analysis
Editor / Wim Wiewel, David C. Perry
Publisher / M E SHARPE INC
paperback : 338 pages


List of Tables and Figures

PartI Introduction
1. The University, the City, and Land: Context and Introduction

PartII The University, the Devolving State, and Development
2. The University of Helsinki as a Developer
3. From Conversion to Cash Cow? The University of Luneburg, Germany
4. Varsity Real Estate in Scotland: New Visions for Town and Gown?
5. Toward Downtown: Spatial Growth and University Location in the Tokyo Metropolitan Area

PartIII The University as a Zone of Development
6. Mexico City and University City: A Story of Struggle for Autonomy through Land
7. Partnering with Private Corporations to Build on Campus: Yonsei University, Seoul, Korea
8. Urban and Real Estate Development of the Central University of Venezuela's Rental Zone
9. Development of the Jatinangor University Area, Indonesia: Growth Problems and Local Responses
10. The University of Oporto and the Process of Urban Change: An Amviguous Relationship

PartIV The University and the Contested City
11. Academic Fortress: The Case of Hebrew University on Mount Scopus, Jerusalem
12. Interface Between Academy and Community in Contested Space: The Difficult Dialogue

PartV Lessons Learned
13. The University, the City, and the State: Institutional Entrepreneurship orInstrumentality of the State?

About the Editors and Contributors
About the Lincoln Institute of Land Policy