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Unformatted text preview: operation as a tool to implement an urban design policy or plan. Describe this example very concisely in a way that makes clear the government's role in implementation, and appraise the evident match between the policy/plan and the outcome in terms of both the ‘fit’ of outcome to policy and the apparent contribution that ownership and operation as the tool of choice has made to achieving this outcome (or to the failure to realize the intended outcome). As you do this exercise, please also keep in mind the ideas presented in the readings about this tool. Be very brief in your description; our emphasis is to build as wide a dossier of good examples rather than to dig deeply. Two pages should be more than enough....
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- Spring '03
- Thought, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Department of Urban Studies and Planning