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Redesigning Metropolitan Systems for Equity and Efficiency 9/11

Rutherford Aris Seminar Series on Design

John S. Adams
Professor Emeritus, Department of Geography
Co-Director, University Metropolitan Consortium

Thursday, September 11th 1:25 PM
The Frederick R. Weisman Art Museum

Redesigning metropolitan areas requires changes in the rules under which decisions and allocations are made, but understanding the rules of system structure and operation, and how they yield unwanted outcomes, remains a challenge. The Minneapolis-St. Paul metro area is discussed as an example.


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