[automatically translated] The events of the Dublin urban regeneration are exemplary for European cities and for the current economic situation. In the last quarter-century Dublin is in fact grown remarkably due to the particular convergence of endogenous and exogenous factors, accompanied by policies aimed at growth and opening up to the market. From a reconstruction of the main stages of the process of urban regeneration in the last two decades, and with particular attention to an iconic experience such as that of Docklands, this article tries to extract some lessons that the case of ndesepone irla capital to urban studies and public policies in general.
|Number of pages||8|
|Publication status||Published - 2013|