The Resource Urban infrastructure : finance and management, edited by Kath Wellman, Marcus Spiller, (electronic resource)

Urban infrastructure : finance and management, edited by Kath Wellman, Marcus Spiller, (electronic resource)

Label
Urban infrastructure : finance and management
Title
Urban infrastructure
Title remainder
finance and management
Statement of responsibility
edited by Kath Wellman, Marcus Spiller
Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Summary
The magnitude of investment, the long time-frames involved and the influence of pre-existing infrastructure on urban infrastructure provision make a co-ordinated approach to forward-planning, policy development and implementation essential. There are major challenges in making decisions on urban infrastructure and getting management structures and processes in place. Getting it right generates long-term dividends; getting it wrong involves major costs, often borne by taxpayers. Urban Infrastructure: finance and management is posited on a strong belief that the physical str
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Additional physical form
Also available in print
Cataloging source
OCoLC
Dewey number
363.60681
Index
index present
LC call number
HC79.C3
LC item number
U723 2012eb
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
Label
Urban infrastructure : finance and management, edited by Kath Wellman, Marcus Spiller, (electronic resource)
Publication
Note
Development Rights and Compensation in the Plan-Making Process
Antecedent source
file reproduced from original
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
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  • net
Color
mixed
Contents
  • Urban Infrastructure: Finance and Management; Contents; About the Contributors; Preface; Acknowledgments; Abbreviations; Chapter 1 Introduction; Introduction; Global Challenges of Urban Growth, Climate Change, and Finance; Technological Change; Microeconomic Reform and Productivity; Australia as Case Study; References; Chapter 2 Urban Management Principles and Instruments; Introduction; Inputs, Outputs, and Outcomes; Urban Policy; Urban Policy Case Study: Melbourne 2030 -- The Strategic Policy Framework for Managing Melbourne's Growth; Policy Implementation; Legislation and Regulations
  • Fiscal MeasuresFinancial Measures; Financial Measures Case Study: Building Better Cities Program (BCP); Institutional Arrangements; Institutional Case Study: Growth Areas Authority; Advocacy; Knowledge Management; Knowledge Management Case Study: Metropolis; Conclusions; References; Chapter 3 Urban Infrastructure: Productivity, Project Evaluation, and Finance; Introduction; Which Investments Should Be Undertaken?; Infrastructure: On Efficiency, Effectiveness and Equity, Markets, and Further Economic Concerns; Criteria for Choice in Action: Nation Building for the Future
  • Assessing the Benefits and Costs: Project EvaluationFinancial Evaluation; Cost-Benefit Analysis; Limitations of Cost-Benefit Analysis; A Case in Point: Questions about Project Evaluation in Practice; Further Methodological Challenges: Multicriteria Analysis; How Should the Investment Be Financed?; Forms of Financing; Capital Markets and Infrastructure Financing in Australia since the 1990s; Conclusions; References; Chapter 4 Private-Public Partnerships: Transaction Analysis and the Case of Urban Motorways; Introduction; A Private-Public Sector Participation Continuum
  • A General Framework for Analyzing Private-Public Partnerships in InfrastructureConceptualizing PPPs; The Nature of Property Rights and Their Allocation in PPPs; Incentive Conflicts and PPPs; Transaction Governance; The Melbourne CityLink: A First-Generation Modern Era Build-Own-Operate-Transfer PPP; The Melbourne CityLink Build-Own-Operate-Transfer Project; CityLink: Selected Transaction Mechanisms; CityLink: Behavioral Assumptions; CityLink: Complexity in Executing the Venture; CityLink: The Transaction in Operation--Managing Incentive Conflicts; Conclusions; References
  • Chapter 5 Land Management and Planning LegislationIntroduction; The Land Development Process; The Net Residual Land Value Model; The Boom-Bust Cycle; 'Betterment' and Development Licensing; Outward Urban Expansion; Planning Systems and Land Use Regulation; Elements of Planning Systems; Plans and Plan Making; The Substantive Content of Plans; Development Assessment Processes; Plan Formulation; Horizontal Integration in Plan Making; Vertical Integration in Plan Making; Community Involvement in the Making of Plans; Flexibility in Amending Plans
Control code
000050060768
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unknown
Extent
1 online resource (329 p.)
File format
unknown
Isbn
9781118401637
Level of compression
uncompressed
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unknown
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access
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Specific material designation
remote
System control number
  • (OCoLC)804661998
  • wileybooks9781118401637
System details
  • System requirements: Internet connectivity, World Wide Web browser, and Adobe Acrobat
  • Mode of access: World Wide Web

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