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List of abstracts

101

Eviction Of Unlawful Occupants From Unsafe Inner-City Buildings In South Africa: The Tension Between Constitutional Rights And Urban Planning Programmes
Henk Delport

102

From rude illegalism to the rule of law, The shift from regulative to discretionary mode in Israeli coastal planning
Nurit Alfasi

103

The Sound and the Fury? The Impact of Post-Kelo State-level Eminent Domain egislation on Planning and Development Practice in the United States
Ellen M. Bassett Harvey M. Jacobs

104

A Contrarian View of U.S. and European Property Rights and Land Use Planning: Differences without any Substance
Harvey M. Jacobs

105

Compulsory Acquisition of Property Arising from Land Use Planning – An Australian Perspective
John Sheehan

106

Planning permission and the law of nuisance in the United Kingdom
Francis McManus

107

Planning Legislation – a view from Victoria, Australia
Rebecca Leshinsky

108

Zoning on purposes as a contemporary alternative for zoning on land uses of open spaces in an urbanised context
Hans Leinfelder

109

Abstract Of Measure 37 Article (“Year Zero”)
Edward J. Sullivan

110

Clumsy Floodplains – Patterns of action before, during, and after extreme floods –
Thomas Hartmann

111

The Europeanization of Land Development as Discontinuous Adjustment: The Interpretation of a Düsseldorf Court and its Impact
Willem K. Korthals Altes

112

The Myth of Dutch Planning
Leonie B. Janssen-Jansen

113

How to actualize the institutions of legal quality in transactional practices of policy making: The case of urban and regional planning
Leonie B. Janssen-Jansen Willem. G.M. Salet

114

Does land readjustment have a future?
Rob Home

115

Monitoring vacant land pledges – Land management based on remote sensing technologies –
Gabi Zimmermann

116

Potential issues for public and private cooperation in Poland within the framework of European Single Market regulations
Tuna Tasan-Kok Magdalena Zaleczna

117

A New Generation of Land Use and Planning Laws to Support Growth and Development in the United States that Effectively Addresses Climate Change
Lora A. Lucero

118

The mystery of the eviction of poorest people by the Cameroonian government
Robinson Tchapmegni

119

Wal-Mart in the Garden District: Does the Arbitrary and Capricious Standard of Review in NEPA cases Undermine Citizen Participation
Dawn Jourdan

120

Public-private cooperation in urban regeneration investment planning
Jesper Ole Jensen Jacob Norvig Larsen

121

A weak link in a metropolitan area or (less) rationality and (more) power
Violeta Puscasu, Raducan Oprea

122

Adoption of legislation on expropriation of privately-owned land in Ukraine
Alina Lizunova

123

The poor and the land
Benjamin Davy

124

Property Rights as Complexity: The integration of law, economics, sociology and sustainability
Spike Boydell

125

Planning simulation as a tool for Mobility Management implementation within building permission process – Krakow case.
Andrzej Szarata Aleksandra Faron

126

Real estate crisis and valuation – An approach to solve overvaluation from the German point of view
Kathrina Schmidt

127

Flexibility in planning and its effects on public-value capturing in England, Valencia and the Netherlands
Demetrio Munoz Gielen Tuna Tasan-Kok

128

Capital-Directing Administrative Procedures – Public and Government Participation versus Individual Legal Protection
Willy Spannowsky Andreas Hofmeister

129

Cross-national comparisons of integrating mobility management and land use planning in the EU and Switzerland: negotiating or enforcing public-private cooperation in the development process?
Tom Rye Janina Welsch Aljaz Plevnik Roberto de Tommasi

130

Planning and the Common Law Tradition
Philip Booth

131

Towards a Participatory National Plan: A Two-Pronged Approach
Deborah Peel Greg Lloyd

132

Planning reforms in Northern Ireland: property rights and culture change in institutional reform
Greg Lloyd Deborah Peel

133

Public participation in the 3G infrastructure development in Sweden
Stefan Larsson

134

The regulatory framework and the social capital - comparative study of land development process in Poland and Finland
Barbara Havel Magdalena Zaleczna

135

A Regional Planning Approach to Resolving Governmental Immunity Issues
Mark A. Wyckoff Gary D. Taylor

136

Implementing national policy and local planning
Lars Emmelin Stefan Larsson

137

Suspending the law: planning informal settlements in the West Bank,
Erez Tzfadia

138

When house building comes closer
Orla Friis Jensen

139

Critical Evaluation Of Legal And Institutional Context Of Urban Planning In Turkey: The Case Of Istanbul
Fatma Unsal

140

Land reform: Economic viable for the agricultural sector?
J.A.A. Jansen

141

The Property Paradox: Is Zoning a Property Right or State Regulation?
Judd Schechtman

142

From Uthwatt to Barker and Beyond: Planning Gain and Betterment Extraction in the United Kingdom
John Corkindale

143

Shore protection in Sweden. Efficiency or waste of space ?
Eidar Lindgren

144

Megapolitan Growth Management in the 21st Century: Regional Urban Planning and Sustainable Development in the United States
Edward H. Ziegler

145

Evolving A New Law For Public Land Acquisition And Administration In Nigeria
Muhammad Bashar Nuhu

146

The Influence of Brazilian, Colombian and Spanish Urban Legislation in the recently passed “Territorial Ordering and Sustainable Development Law” of Uruguay.
Ignacio Lorenzo

147

The Right to exclude and the Right not to be excluded: The exclusionary effects of Planning Regulations from a Legal Rights Perspective
Iris Frankel-Cohen

148

The Long Road from Planning to Expropriation
Nira Orni

149

Knowing the Social – How do Planning Law Decision Makers know about social impacts?
Rebecca Leshinsky

150

The Ongoing Property Rights Debate
Bianca Putters

151

Applicability of Land Readjustment Method in Urban Renewal: An analysis for Turkey
Sevkiye Sence TURK Willem K. Korthals Altes

152

The use of land readjustment for implementation of development projects
Evelin Jürgenson Siim Maasikamäe

153

Urban planning in private property conditions in Ukraine
Olga Petrakovska Alina Lizunova

154

Coastal areas in Greece: the legislative framework concerning their development and/or protection, and the influence of social, political and economic factors
Konstantinos Lalenis Fotini Zigouri

155

Distribution of Costs and Profits in Urban Development
Michael Tophøj Sørensen Finn Kjær Christensen

156

Fair Allocation of Social Housing: an outlook on the Italian experience
Laura Pogliani

157

Using Planning Law Fracture to Map the Mind of the Property Developer
Mark Oranje

158

Do You Mind If The Government Constructs A Sewerage Farm In Your Rural Subdivision
Alan Gregory

159

Planning vs. mapping in a legal context
Lasse Baaner

160

Do we Need a “Tort of Takings”?
Russell Brown

161

Building faith: regulatory obstacles to religious institutional uses, and the case of the Zoroastrian Temple in Toronto
Eran S. Kaplinsky

162

Sneaking Lochner Back In Through the Gravel Pit: Adjudicating Substantive Due Process in U.S. Planning and Zoning Law
Richard K. Norton

163

Public Access to Private Land: England’s Countryside and Rights of Way Act, Sweden’s Allemansrätt, and Cultural and Legal Impossibility in the U.S.
Heidi Gorovitz Robertson

164

Compensation Rights For Decline In Land Lalues Due To Land Use Planning Decisions: The findings of cross-national comparative research
Rachelle Alterman

165

The Power of Planning Theories on Law
Batsheva Ronen

166

Definition of “public purpose” in Polish land use law
Miroslaw Gdesz Krzysztof Tomaszewski

167

Arranging The Private Provision Of Public Spaces By Using Property Rights
Needham

168

Compensation to neighbours for nuisances – the case of the Danish Permanent Energy Act
Sørens H.Mørup

169

Municipalities Law and changes of their borders in Turkey
D. Altubas

170

The adaptive efficiency of planning systems: an international comparison
Erwin van der Krabben Jean-Marie Halleux Szymon Marcinzak

171

Participation in Practice
Dafna Camron and Rachelle Alterman

172

Property Rights and Global Climate Change
Anthony Dan Tarlock

173

A better deal
Menno van der Veen

174

Non-financial compensation instruments in planning practice
Menno van der Veen, Leonie Janssen-Jansen en Marjolein Spaans

175

Rural Land Development in China and Rethink of the Existing Urban-Rural Planning System
Lin Yan and Li Yu

176

Beauty or Identity-Stability Rationales for Debating Historic Preservation Policy: An Analysis of Israeli Jurisprudence
Nir Mualam

177

Land use planning and the provision of affordable housing in the Netherlands: an underdeveloped relationship
Edwin Buitelaar

178

Challenged democratic legitimacy in informal ad-hoc regional associations in the Netherlands: a possible way forward
Frederic Koeman Leonie Janssen-Jansen

179

Old wine in new bottles? An introduction to the new Norwegian planning and building act.
Eduardo J. Borba da Silva

180

The collisions between various planning regulations in Poland in the view of a new Planning Act proposal.
Magdalena Belof

181

The tragedy of the Nature Commons in Denmark
Per Christensen

182

Impact Fees for Greenhouse Gas Emissions
Thomas Jacobson