Developing Effective Urban Open Spaces Policies; Using Excludability, Rivalry and Devolved Governance
Urban open space provides both social and environmental services that range from 'private' to 'public' goods. This paper investigates the relationship between urban open space public and private goods and human wellbeing, to identify effective planning and management strategies based on theory and case studies of Ottawa and Canberra. The paper constructs a framework for effective management based on the economic principles of excludability, rivalry and devolved governance. This framework is the...[Show more]
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