September 13, 2010
Notre Dame Symposium on Urban Development
The Notre Dame Journal of Law, Ethics, & Public Policy has published a Symposium on Urban Development in the 21st Century: Notre Dame Journal of Law, Ethics & Public Policy, Volume 24, Number 1, 2010.
FOREWORD: A New Urban Vision for a New Urban Reality, Adolfo Carrión, Jr., p. 1
On Public Plaintiffs and Private Harms: The Standing of Municipalities in Climate Change, Firearms, and Financial Crisis Litigation, Raymond H. Brescia, p.7
Can Urban Solar Become a "Disruptive" Technology?: The Case for Solar Utilities, Joel B. Eisen, p.53
American Cities as Firms in the 21st Century—Or, Should Philadelphia Move to New Jersey? Richardson Dilworth, p.99
The Order-Maintenance Agenda as Land Use Policy, Nicole Stelle Garnett, p.131
Four Land Use Vignettes from Unzoned(?) Houston, John Mixon, p.159
An Urban Slice of Apple Pie: Rethinking Homeownership in U.S. Cities, Georgette Chapman Phillips, p.187
Justice and the Just Compensation Clause: A New Approach to Economic Development Takings, John T. Goodwin, p.219
Old Shtetlism and New Urbanism: Uncovering the Implications of Suburban Zoning Laws for Community Life through the Jewish-American Experience, Amir Steinhart, p.255
It looks like a fascinating group of pieces. Now if only they could beat Michigan.
September 13, 2010 in Community Economic Development, Development, Economic Development, Eminent Domain, Environmental Law, Housing, Houston, Local Government, Property, Scholarship, Takings, Urbanism, Zoning | Permalink
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