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This book is aimed at those involved in the making, changing, governing and managing of cities, their physical fabric and their institutions: decision makers, policy-makers, planners, architects, economists, sociologists and other experts. It is also aimed at those who want to take an active part in their change, and at those who want to look far ahead and say 'what if'n and dream up possible realities that are not here but could be here. The book is also aimed at those most likely to be involved in the coming stages of urban development:students of architecture, of urban planning, of city administration, of urban policy. The object of the book is to introduce a theoretical framework for a methodology f urban development as well as possibilities for bringing this theory into practise.