The Imaginative Institution: Planning and Governance in Madrid

Neuman, M. 2010. The Imaginative Institution: Planning and Governance in Madrid. Farnham, England Ashgate.

TitleThe Imaginative Institution: Planning and Governance in Madrid
AuthorsNeuman, M.
Abstract

Every 20 years since 1920 Madrid has undergone an urban planning cycle in which a city plan was prepared, adopted by law, and implemented by a new institution. This sequence, along with the institution's structures and procedures, has persisted - with some exceptions - despite frequent upheavals in society. The planning institution itself played a key role in maintaining continuity, traumatic history notwithstanding. This book presents an empirically based life cycle theory of institutional evolution that suggests that the constitutional image sustaining the institution undergoes a change or is replaced by a new image, leading to a new or reformed institution.

Keywordsplanning, institutions, images, evolution
Year2010
PublisherAshgate
FileBook Review in EPS the Imaginative Institution.pdf
Publication dates
Published in print19 Oct 2010
Place of publicationFarnham, England
ISBN9781409405412

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