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Planning and Markets is devoted to the study of planned interventions versus market approaches. Our Editorial Board welcomes contributions on both sides of this issue.

Dramatic advances in communications technologies have speeded up information exchange almost everywhere. A notable exception has been the exchange of ideas in planning, social sciences and related fields. Planning and Markets is a fully-refereed international journal that is entirely electronic.


Volume 1, Issue 1, September 1998


Editor's Introduction

Planning and the Two Coordinations, With Illustration in Urban Transit
by Daniel B. Klein, Santa Clara University, Santa Clara, California

Market-Oriented Planning: Principles and Tools for the 21st Century
by Samuel R. Staley and Lynn Scarlett, Reason Public Policy Institute, Los Angeles, California

Market-Based Exchanges of Rights within a System of Performance Zoning
by John R. Ottensmann, School of Public and Environmental Affairs, Indiana University, Indianapolis, Indiana

Regional Policies for Gross Emitting Vehicles
by John Merrifield, University of Texas, San Antonio, San Antonio, Texas

Farmland Preservation and Ecological Footprints: A Critique
by Peter Gordon and Harry Richardson, University of Southern California, Los Angeles, California

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