METROPOLITAN GOVERNANCE: HOW REGIONAL ORGANIZATIONS INFLUENCE INTERLOCAL LAND USE COORDINATION

Title
METROPOLITAN GOVERNANCE: HOW REGIONAL ORGANIZATIONS INFLUENCE INTERLOCAL LAND USE COORDINATION
Author(s)
박상철권성욱[권성욱]
Keywords
COLLECTIVE ACTION; CITY-MANAGERS; CITIES; INSTITUTIONS; COOPERATION; POLICY; INCENTIVES; POLITICS
Issue Date
201412
Publisher
WILEY-BLACKWELL
Citation
JOURNAL OF URBAN AFFAIRS, v.36, no.5, pp.925 - 940
Abstract
By focusing on Regional Planning Councils and metropolitan municipalities in Florida, this study addresses a gap in the literature concerning the role of regional organizations in metropolitan governance research. This study investigates two competing visions of the influence of regional organizations on interlocal coordination in land use decision making. The results show that regional organizations' substitutive effects on self-organizing interlocal cooperation are salient, while their complementary influence is not observed in regard to land use. Moreover, this research posits that municipalities with a higher level of need for coordination due to population stress and a council-manager form of government are more likely to coordinate land use decisions with other local governments.
URI
http://hdl.handle.net/YU.REPOSITORY/30375http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/juaf.12093
ISSN
0735-2166
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