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Publication . Journal . 1966

Plan Canada - Volume 7, Number 1 (July 1966)

Open Access
English
Published: 01 Jul 1966
Publisher: Town Planning Institute of Canada
Country: Canada
Abstract

In search of an identity / [N.H. Richardson] -- A l'imbroglio actuel deux choix : Solutions d'accommodement, ou solutions partant de l'ordre des choses / [B.J. Bégin] -- Planning as a vocation: Part II / John Friedmann -- Essai de définition des caractéristiques de la planification et plus particulèrement de l'ubanisme / Benoît Bégin -- The comprehensive planner and his profession / Robert L. Williams -- What is a planner? / E.A. Levin -- The Institute: Who should belong?|L'Institut : Ouvert a qui? / A.D. Crerar -- "Make no little plans" / Eugene Van Cleef -- The Constitution of the Town Planning Institute of Canada / J.B. Milner An issue devoted to the points of view on town and regional planning as a profession. In search of an identity / [N.H. Richardson] -- A l'imbroglio actuel deux choix : Solutions d'accommodement, ou solutions partant de l'ordre des choses / [B.J. Bégin] -- Planning as a vocation: Part II / John Friedmann -- Essai de définition des caractéristiques de la planification et plus particulèrement de l'ubanisme / Benoît Bégin -- The comprehensive planner and his profession / Robert L. Williams -- What is a planner? / E.A. Levin -- The Institute: Who should belong?|L'Institut : Ouvert a qui? / A.D. Crerar -- "Make no little plans" / Eugene Van Cleef -- The Constitution of the Town Planning Institute of Canada / J.B. Milner https://viurrspace.ca/bitstream/handle/10613/14791/PC.7.1.FULL.pdf?sequence=3

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13 references, page 1 of 2

61For an earlier formulation of these ideas, see my Introduction to Democratic Planning. Portuguese version. Rio de Janeiro: Getulio Vargas Foundation, 1959.

62Bertram M. Gross, op. cit.

63Charles M. Haar, "The Master Plan: An Impermanent Constitution", Law and Contemporary Problems, Duke University School of Law, 1955, pp. 354-376.

64Pierre Masse, "The Guiding Ideas Behind French Planning", in Political and Economic Planning (PEP), Economic Planning in France. Planning Broadsheet, August 14, 1961, pp. 212-213.

650p. cit., pp. 218-219.

67Alva Myrdal, Nation and Family. London, 1945; Joseph J. Spengler and Otis D. Duncan, eds. Population Theory and Policy. Selected Readings. Glencoe: Free Press, 1956.

68A further difficulty arises from what Robert Merton has called the "self-fulfilling prophecy". See his Social Theory and Social Structure, op. cit., pp. 179-198.

69For instance, M. W. Reder, Studies in the Theory of Welfare Economics. New York: Columbia University Press, 1947; I.M.D. Little, A Critique of Welfare Economics. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1950; Kenneth J. Arrow, Social Choice and Individual Values. New York: Wiley, 1951; P. Brahamand, Studies in the Economics of Welfare Maximization. Bombay: University Press, 1959.

70The worst "offender" in this regard is Kenneth Arrow, op. cit. Under his formal conditions, no welfare-maximizing choices are possible at all.

71Karl Mannheim, Freedom, Power, and Democratic Planning. New York: Oxford University Press, 1950, p. 29.

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