15 de maio de 2015

Urban Geography of Post-Growth Society

Maseratu Hino and Jun Tsutsumi (eds.)
(2015), Tohoku University Press, Sendai


Urban Geography of Post-Growth Society

Part I
1. Perspectives on the Post-Growth City
2. Geographical Shrinking of the Tokyo Metropolitan Area: Its Demographic and Residential Background
3. Urban Shrinkage of the Keihanshin Metropolitan Area in Japan: Changes in Population Distribution and Commuting Flows
4. Occupational Structure in the Tokyo Metropolitan Area, 1985-2005: An Extended Shift-share Analysis of Changing Geographic Patterns
5. Time Budgets of Working Mothers Living in Central Tokyo: An Analysis on the Impacts of the Internet
6. The Aged Society in a Suburban New Town: What Should We Do?
7. Urban Policy Challenges Facing an Aging Society: The Case of the Tokyo Metropolitan Area
8. Aging Suburbs and Increasing Vacant Houses in Japan
9. Gentrification in a Post-Growth Society: The Case of Fukushima Ward, Osaka
10. Spatial Characteristics of Land Evaluation in the Tokyo Metropolitan Area after the Great East Japan Earthquake

Part II
11. Image of the Post-Growth City: Recent Transformation of Japanese Regional Central Cities
12. The Characteristics of Office Location in Sapporo City, Japan
13. Spatial Government Systems of Newly Merged Municipalities and Population Changes within Municipalities Impacted by those Government Systems: Under a National Pro-merger Policy of Municipalities in Post-Growth Societies
14. Knowledge Spillover Effects on Agglomerations of Environment-related Industries: A Case in Japan
15. Conclusion

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