How do we create an enhanced understanding of changing urban dynamics? What are the implications of acknowledging the self-organization capacity of cities for planning strategies? And how do we deal with the fundamental uncertainties that are related to a world in constant flux? These are some of the questions that fascinate members of AESOP’s Thematic Group on Complexity and Planning. The group aims to contribute to the creation and maintenance of a network of lecturers and researchers who are willing to explore and debate new develop- ments influencing both planning theory and practice in the light of complexity theories.
|Nummer van het tijdschrift||3|
|Status||Published - 2014|