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Title Gentrification in neighbourhood development : case studies from New York City, Berlin and Vienna / Yvonne Franz.
Imprint Göttingen [Germany] : V & R unipress, 2015.

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Description 1 online resource
Note "Mit zahlreichen Abbildungen."
Bibliog. Includes bibliographical references.
Note Available only to authorized UTEP users.
Online resource; title from PDF title page (ebrary, viewed May 11, 2015).
Subject Urban renewal -- New York (State) -- New York.
Urban renewal -- Germany -- Berlin.
Urban renewal -- Austria -- Vienna.
Gentrification -- New York (State) -- New York.
Gentrification -- Germany -- Berlin.
Gentrification -- Austria -- Vienna.
Williamsburg (New York, N.Y.)
Prenzlauer Berg (Berlin, Germany)
6. Bezirk (Vienna, Austria)
Community development, Urban -- Germany.
Cities and towns -- Germany.
Austria -- Vienna.
Austria -- Vienna -- 6. Bezirk.
Germany.
Germany -- Berlin.
Germany -- Berlin -- Prenzlauer Berg.
New York (State) -- New York.
New York (State) -- New York -- Williamsburg.
Contents 1. The Problem: City Embeddedness in Globalised Processes of Transformation -- 2. The Present State: Urban Development and Rejuvenation in the Current Academic Discourse -- 3. Closing of the Gap: Gentrification as a Steered Component of Urban Rejuvenation -- 4. The Analysis Approach: A Comparative Policy and Actor Analysis -- 5. The Approach of Urban Comparison -- 5.1. Similar Yet Different? The Nuances of Urban Terminology -- 5.2. Cycle Models of Urban Transformation -- 5.3. Existent Political Systems and Real Estate Economies -- 5.4. Evidence of Convergence and Divergence -- 6. The Concept of Gentrification -- 6.1. The Genesis of the Term "Gentrification" -- 6.2. Explanatory Concept of Gentrification -- 6.3. Current Gentrification Discourse and the Crisis of 'Gentrification' -- 6.4. Gentrification Revisited? -- 7. Bounded Rationality and the Role of Embeddedness in Urban Development.
8. The Case Williamsburg-Brooklyn in New York City: A Neoliberal Approach To Urban Rejuvenation? -- 8.1. Location, History and the Current State of Gentrification and Urban Rejuvenation -- 8.2. The Political and Institutional Framework -- 8.2.1. The Macro-Micro Relationships -- 8.2.3. The Adaptive Component in Urban Planning Policies -- 8.2.4. Steering Gentrification Policies -- 8.2.5. Reflecting the Policy Analysis -- 8.3. Bounded Rational Choices of Actors Involved in Urban Rejuvenation Practices -- 8.3.1. The Embeddedness of Actors in Urban Rejuvenation Practices -- 8.3.2. Incorporated Values in Urban Rejuvenation Practices -- 8.3.3. The Bounded Rational Choice in Urban Rejuvenation Practices -- 8.3.4. Awareness of Gentrification Within Urban Rejuvenation Practices -- 8.3.5. Reflecting on the Actor Analysis -- 8.4. The Contextualised Interplay of Policies, Actors and Gentrification.
9. The Case Mariahilf in Vienna: A Social Welfare State Approach To Urban Rejuvenation? -- 9.1. Location, History and the Current State of Gentrification and Urban Rejuvenation -- 9.2. The Political and Institutional Framework -- 9.2.1. The Macro-Micro Relationships -- 9.2.2. The Driving Forces Behind Urban Rejuvenation -- 9.2.3. The Adaptive Component in Urban Planning Policies -- 9.2.4. Steering Gentrification Policies -- 9.2.5. Reflecting the Policy Analysis -- 9.3. Bounded Rational Choices of Actors Involved in Urban Rejuvenation Practices -- 9.3.1. The Embeddedness of Actors in Urban Rejuvenation Practices -- 9.3.2. Incorporated Values in Urban Rejuvenation Practices -- 9.3.3. The Bounded Rational Choice in Urban Rejuvenation Processes -- 9.3.4. Awareness of Gentrification Within Urban Rejuvenation Practices -- 9.3.5. Reflecting on the Actor Analysis -- 9.4. The Contextualized Interplay of Policies, Actors and Gentrification.
10. The Case Prenzlauer Berg in Berlin: An In-between Neoliberal and Social Welfare State Approach to Urban Rejuvenation? -- 10.1. Location, History and the Current State of Gentrification and Urban Rejuvenation -- 10.2. The Political and Institutional Framework -- 10.2.1. The Macro-Micro Relationships -- 10.2.2. Steering Gentrification -- 10.2.3. The Adaptive Component in Urban Planning Policies -- 10.2.4. Reflecting the Policy Analysis -- 10.3. Bounded Rational Choices of Actors Involved in Urban Rejuvenation Practices -- 10.3.1. The Embeddedness of Actors in Urban Rejuvenation Practices -- 10.3.2. Incorporated Values in Urban Rejuvenation Practices -- 10.3.3. The Bounded Rational Choice in Urban Rejuvenation Processes -- 10.3.4. Awareness of Gentrification within Urban Rejuvenation Practices -- 10.3.5. Reflecting on the Actor Analysis -- 10.4. The Contextualised Interplay of Policies, Actors and Gentrification.
11. Future Necessities: The Role of Gentrification for Neighbourhood Transformation -- 12. Policy Recommendations.
Other Title Print version: Franz, Yvonne. Gentrification in neighbourhood development : case studies from New York City, Berlin and Vienna. Göttingen, [Germany] : V & R unipress, ©2015 283 pages 9783847104001