L.A. Under the Influence: The Hidden Logic of Urban Property
By: Roger Sherman (author), Robert Somol (foreword_author)Hardback
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Using game theory to understand how competing public and private interests shape the contemporary urban landscape, the author examines the interrelationships between the numerous stakeholders involved in negotiations over property rights. He scrutinises the behaviour of these stakeholders in a series of case studies in Los Angeles.
Roger Sherman is director of Roger Sherman Architecture and Urban Design and adjunct associate professor of architecture and urban design at UCLA, where he also is codirector of cityLAB, a think tank studying contemporary urbanism and its implications for architecture.
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