June 7 – 10, 1996

42 participants from 16 countries (8 participants from outside Europe)

Contributions:

  • “City and Regional Planning: the European Perspective”,
    Leo van der Meer, VanderMeer Associates, Urban and Regional Planning and Development Consultants, Arnhem, The Netherlands

 

  • “Contrasting Aspects of Regional Experiences”,
    Neil Pierce, USA, Co-Author of ‘Citystates’ and ‘Pierce Reports’ on the future of metropolitan regions, Peter Townroe, professor, director of the School of Urban and Regional Studies, Sheffield Hallam University, United Kingdom, Rajmond Rehnicer, professor of Urban Design, Serajevo, Bosnia-Herzegovinia

 

  • “The Upper Rhine EuroRegion: a model in Europe! – a model for Europe?”, Christian Haefliger, secretary general of the Regio Basiliensis, Basel, Switzerland

 

  • “Practical Experiences in the Region Frankfurt/Oder – Slubice (Poland)”, Karl-Dieter Keim, professor, director of the Institute of Regional Development and Structure Planning, Cottbus, Germany

 

  • “Practical experiences in the Tri-State Region, USA
    Robert Yaro, Director of the Regional Plan Association, New York, USA

 

  • Practical experiences in Regional Management in Israel”,
    Anat Gonen, senior lecturer in the Faculty of Architecture and Town Planning, Technion, Haifa, Israel

 

  • Practical Experiences in Regional Management in Metro Council, Minneapolis – St.Paul, USA”, Curtis Johnson, USA

 

  • “Sheffield: Restructuring of a City Economy over Two Decades”, Peter Townroe, professor, director of the School of Urban and Regional Studies, Sheffield Hallam University, United Kingdom

 

  • “Perception of Region and Identity”, Rajmond Rehnicer, professor of Urban Design, Serajevo, Bosnia-Herzegovinia

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