PLE 665 Regional Planning Seminar

This course introduces students to advanced methods of regional planning, and gives each student an opportunity to explore in-depth a current regional planning problem. Methods of analysis covered include: input-output methods, the use of regional income accounts and trade flows, and the distribution of population. Faculty and students prepare seminars on current regional planning dilemmas. Topics might include: trading pacts, regional development programs, local development authorities, sustainable development initiatives, and the state of regional planning institutions in Canada and abroad. Lect: 3 hrs. Prerequisite: PLG 420 or in UP002 or UP003 Course Weight: 1.00 Billing Units: 1




There are no comments for this course.