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Author(s): Chamusca, Pedro
Fernandes, José Alberto Rio
Title: Time policies and its relevance on territorial policies
Issue Date: 2018
Abstract: Over the last decade urban planners and local governments had to deal with intense and diverse transformations, especially noted in the relations of people and space with time. As a consequence, increased time policies have been designed and adopted to improve the quality of life, the peoples work/life/family time balance and the quality of territories, times and schedules in different urban contexts. Time policies have different areas of intervention and levels of appropriation, going from the key idea that time is a resource, a value and an asset. However, there is not a holist perspective to time management and to temporal integration in planning. That is the case in Porto, that is discussed about the relevance of time policies for territorial development, considering literature review and field research.
Subject: Geografia
Source: Place-based policies / III Conference On Public Policies, Territorial Planning and Spatial Development
Document Type: Artigo em Livro de Atas de Conferência Internacional
Rights: openAccess
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