UGIS is the acronym of the international research project "Urban Governance, Social Inclusion and Sustainability". The project is a part of the programme "Energy, Environment and Sustainable Development" within the Fifth Framework Programme of the EU.
All over Europe, Urban Development Programmes have been conceived and implemented. Because of their more or less integrated and area-based character, these programmes are more effective than one-issue projects or programmes of a categorical nature. Because Urban Development Programmes are integrated, they are more complicated and thus more difficult to manage. This handbook is meant for those who work in the field and who, by the very nature of their demanding profession, have no time to read in depth about concepts, theories and methodologies. They want practical answers, in clear and straightforward language, to the basic question: how to make a succesful Urban Development Programme.
It is the third publication in the "UGIS collection". A fourth one will present the academic outcomes of the project.
BURGERS, J. & VRANKEN, J. (2004), How to make a successful urban development programme. Experiences from nine European countries, (UGIS Collection 3), Antwerpen/Apeldoorn: Garant.
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DE DECKER, P., VRANKEN, J., BEAUMONT, J. & VAN NIEUWENHUYZE, I. (eds.) (2003), On the origins of urban development programmes in nine European countries. (UGIS Collection 2), Antwerpen-Apeldoorn: Garant.
VRANKEN, J., DE DECKER, P. & VAN NIEUWENHUYZE, I. (2003), Social Inclusion, Urban Governance and Sustainability. Towards a Conceptual Framework, (UGIS Collection 1), Antwerpen/Apeldoorn: Garant.
VRANKEN, J. & BURGERS, J. (eds.) (2003), How to make a successful urban development programme. Experiences from 9 European countries. (UGIS Working Paper), Antwerpen-Apeldoorn: Garant.
VRANKEN, J., DE DECKER, P. & VAN NIEUWENHUYZE, I.
(eds.) (2002), Urban Governance, Social Inclusion and Sustainability. National Context Reports. (UGIS Working Paper), Antwerpen-Apeldoorn: Garant.