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Friday, April 6 • 11:10am - 12:35pm
FR11.10.21 Metropolitan Planning, Cooperation and Reform

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Metropolitan Government in East Africa: Structure, Function and Innovation 
Christopher Gore, Ryerson University


Sydney’s End Game: Path Dependency and the Limits to Urban Reform 
Bligh Grant, University of Technology Sydney


Whither Regionalism: The Salience of Megaregional Geographies for Interregional Land Use and Transportation Planning and Policy Making 
Michael Oden, University of Texas at Austin


A Bottom-up Approach Towards Metropolitan Integration – Reasons for Cooperation. A Case Study of the Gdańsk-Gdynia-Sopot Metropolitan Area 
Rafał Gajewski, University of Gdańsk


Metropolitan Governance Cooperation and CO2 Transport Emission: A Three-Level Hierarchical Linear Model Analysis 
Victor Osei Kwadwo, Maastricht University; Tatiana Skripka, Maastricht University

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avatar for Bligh Grant, University of Technology Sydney

Bligh Grant, University of Technology Sydney

Associate Professor, University of Technology Sydney
I am a political scientist specialising in local government studies, particularly in Australia but also in international comparative perspective. Australia-U.S.-Canada comparative material has waned in recent years and us coming to UAA is to establish links in North America. My co-authored... Read More →

Friday April 6, 2018 11:10am - 12:35pm EDT
Cedar (Mezzanine Floor)