Pierre Clavel

Cornell University
Department of City and Regional Planning

Sibley Hall
Ithaca, NY
14853
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Continuing the line of research laid out in Activists in City Hall (2010) with articles and papers collected in the website http://www.progressivecities.org; and the collection catalogued in Cornell University Library, Division of Rare and Manuscript Collections as "Progressive Cities and Neighborhood Planning," Many items now in the digital collection accessed at http://hdl.handle.net/1813/40484

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Clavel, Pierre. 2002. "Ebenezer Howard and Patrick Geddes: Two Approaches to City Development." In Kermit. C. Parsons and David Schuyler, eds., From Garden City to Green City: The Legacy of Ebenezer Howard. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins.
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Clavel, Pierre, Jessica Pitt and Jordan Yin. 1997. "The Community Option in Urban Policy." Urban Affairs Review, Vol. 32, No. 4, March, pp. 435-458.
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Clavel, Pierre. 1983. Opposition Planning in Wales and Appalachia. Philadelphia: Temple University Press.
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Clavel, Pierre, John Forester and William Goldsmith, eds. 1980. Urban and Regional Planning in an Age of Austerity. New York: Pergamon Press.
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Krumholz, Norman and Pierre Clavel. 1994. Reinventing Cities: Equity Planners Tell Their Stories. Philadelphia: Temple University Press.
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Clavel, Pierre and Wim Wiewel, eds. 1991. Harold Washington and the Neighborhoods: Progressive City Government in Chicago, 1983-1987. New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers University Press.
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Clavel, Pierre. 1986. The Progressive City: Planning and Participation, 1`969-1984. New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers University Press.
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Clavel, Pierre. 2010. Activists in City Hall: The Progressive Response to the Reagan Era in Boston and Chicago. Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press.

Substantive Focus:
Economic Policy
Governance SECONDARY
Urban Public Policy PRIMARY

Theoretical Focus:
Policy History PRIMARY

Keywords

PROGRESSIVE CITIES REGIONALISM CITY PLANNING HISTORY