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Yokohama : reinventing the future of a city (Inglês)

The cities of Japan are an exceptional source of learning. They have recovered from disaster, dealt with population influx, industrialized at a rapid pace, responded to environmental challenge, reached the technological frontier, undergone a housing bubble and its collapse, and reconstruction followed by the natural disasters. Today, they face threats of demographic and technological change that are far from unique to the developed world. The Yokohama Case highlights the importance of mayor’s wedge, coordinating mechanism for large-scaled urban infrastructure projects at the time of population booming and visionary planning to transform the physical, economic and social heart of the city from port and industry to culture and the citizen. This research was prepared by the Tokyo Development Learning Center (TDLC) under the auspices of the Social, Urban, Rural, and Resilience Global of the World Bank Group. Its objective is to create a knowledge base on what makes cities competitive, understand job creation at the city level, and capture the unique development experience of Japan for broad dissemination to development practitioners, government officials, academia and the private sector.

Detalhes

  • Data do documento

    2017/10/01

  • TIpo de documento

    Documento de Trabalho

  • No. do relatório

    123473

  • Nº do volume

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • País

    Japão,

  • Região

    Leste Asiático e Pacífico,

  • Data de divulgação

    2018/02/16

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Nome do documento

    Yokohama : reinventing the future of a city

  • Palavras-chave

    high quality of life; real estate developer; highway network; engine of growth; floor area ratio; construction of highway; second world war; rapid population growth; source of employment; public open space; asset price bubble; members of parliament; growth and development; cost of transport; global financial center; privileges and immunity; absence of regulation; trunk road network; world war i; local public good; form of regulation; source of financing; national road system; heavy industry; city administration; administrative guidance; Urban Planning; citizen participation; industrial area; city official; residential development; urban core; downtown area; ordinary people; cultural activities; public space; transport network; railway station; organizational behavior; competitive cities; highway system; subway system; reclaimed land; political capital; competitive city; community building; industrial zone; average wage; ghost towns; economic expansion; industrial growth; train station; traditional training; industrial relocation; labor movement; industrial activity; common wisdom; business administration; railway line; internal regulation; national legislation; external influence; bilateral agreement; Urban Governance; municipal administration; local interest; demographic change; cultural change; metro line; rural transportation infrastructure; study group; common fate; cultural management; suburban area; property developers; subsequent phase; financial service; market position; comparative advantage; design of systems; participative planning; civil society; informal channel; regional economy; agglomeration economy; port facility; Air Raid; local council; living memory; communication technique; mission statement; historical landmarks; business community; striking similarity; production line; public corporation; massive infrastructure; project selection; city government; common problems; land-use rights; public body; municipal design; welfare program; project plan; administrative staff; wastewater system; national income; Public Goods; street light; private railway; healthy environment; Public Transport; tram line; sustainable urban; project financing; coalition building; existing corporation; foreign bond; finance company; suburban railway; suburban sprawl; large ship; port regulation; common vision; small-scale industry; subway line; port activity; subsequent years; green space; arterial road; national subsidies; democratic politics; built environment; metropolitan region; commuter town; urban planner; bulk handling; shipping cost; municipal autonomy; natural catastrophe; vested interests; national policy; citizen engagement; industrial wasteland; prime location; public support; bullet train; national economy; technological change; marine technology; ship design; productivity level; legal entity; industrial corridor; apex bank; technology company; automobile production; foreign trade; foreign exchange; trade credit; Insurance Broker; political turbulence; legal entities; knowledge exchange; Job Creation; private company; democratic transformation; metropolitan economy

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