Boxes, tables and figures
The Enlightenment, modernity, socialism and social
The Australian welfare state||22|
What was the ‘long boom’?||24|
Neoliberalism or ‘economic rationalism’?||39|
‘Urban ghettos’ in Australia?||53|
Challenging the cultural ‘objectivity’ of planning||60|
Managerialism in question||72|
Cities in competition I: Darling Harbour||81|
Cities in competition II: the Korean Tower||82|
Cities in competition III: Melbourne goes for silver||100|
Consuming cities: Melbourne's electricity privatisation||109|
What is postmodernism?||139|
Three distinct economic problems: allocation,
distribution and scale||159|
European sustainable transport planning initiatives||160|
The green bans||163|
Components of capital city growth, 1947–71||26|
Major city population size and state share, 1996||36|
Family type (%), 1976–96||57|
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Book title: Australian Urban Planning:New Challenges, New Agendas.
Contributors: Brendan Gleeson - Author, Nicholas Low - Author.
Publisher: Allen & Unwin.
Place of publication: St. Leonards, N.S.W..
Publication year: 2000.
Page number: vi.
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