Arguing the case for housing as needing radical political and economic attention
Important text from the 20th century that unpicks earlier pure logic work, to identify the complexity of language that form the basis of most philosophical problems
From the father of utilitarianism this text sets the new legal thinking on societal motivations and intentions
Set over four books, this leading text of the enlightenment covers nurture, experience/reflection, language, and the limits of knowledge.
Postmodern thinking on taxonomies, in that structures are set within the parameters of their own historical epistemological norms such as scientific discourse. Subtitled the ‘Archaeology Of The Human Sciences’.
Famous for macroeconomic thinking on the positives of fiscal intervention as counter-cyclical to peaks and troughs in growth.
In erring towards science over faith, this book places an importance on realising the human limits of understanding in physical and mental reasoning.
Beyond the idea of the monarchy making legislative decisions, the social contract progresses to argue an allocation of power by the people.
Compelling historical critique of the neoliberal project of free(er) markets that has dominated contemporary thinking and practice.
Institutions providing access to housing in all tenures have become further entrenched and exposed to financial risk. Literature on housing policy trends and financial risk cover drivers such as liberalisation monetary approaches, innovation, political commitment, and asset management. A conceptual model is put forward for framing housing policy trends that engage with financial risk (what […]
Improving water quality with rural land use policy: (re)balancing farmland regulation, intensification and financial viability
Policymakers in New Zealand are attempting to achieve improved environmental outcomes by implementing an output-based approach to non-point-source pollution from intensive agricultural production. Initial emphasis has focused on the nitrogen leached, with the assumption that this can be calculated accurately on an individual-property basis. While catchment-wide nitrogen-loss levels are […]
In considering heritage for buildings within Enterprise Zones, the central premise has been focusing on economic growth, with less thought given to the wider structural and cultural implications. When looking at an illustrative case study of Bristol Temple Quarter Enterprise Zone, it appears that conflicts emerge between the objectives of the Enterprise Zone scheme and those of heritage protection, indicating […]
New forms of governance, conditional approaches to public service access, and initiatives to engage citizens in taking on new responsibilities are being developed in the context of the scaling down of the welfare state. The extent to which collaboration and multidirectional accountability can be developed between the state and citizens. […]
There is a need to learn lessons when using spatially targeted fiscal experiments if intervention is to generate wider developmental benefit. For Enterprise Zone concept in the UK (1981–2007) and an exported variant to the US, the Empowerment Zone programme (1993–2009) lessons can be drawn to inform the latest wave of Enterprise Zones in England (2011 to […]