Publication year: 2006
The book explores urban dynamics in post-socialist Europe 15 years after the fall of communism. The ‘urban mosaic’ metaphor expresses the complexity, diversity and uniqueness of the processes and spatial outcomes in post-socialist cities. The book examines the urban development and the policy and planning processes that have resulted from the socio-economic, political, and institutional transformations characterizing the move to markets and democracy.
: Business and Economics, Central Europe, Central and Eastern Europe, Eastern Europe, Europe, Governance, Institution, Institutional Change, Policy, Revolution, Russia, Urban Areas, complexity, politics, transformation, urban development