Actors and factors - bridging social science findings and urban land use change modeling
Haase, D. and Kabisch, S. and Haase, A. and Filatova, T. and Veen van der, A. and Totzer, T. and Loibl, W. and Scatasta, S. and Schetke, S. and Zuin, A. and Walter von, F. (2008) Actors and factors - bridging social science findings and urban land use change modeling. In: iEMSs 4th Biennial Meeting, International Congress on Environmental Modelling and Software Integrating Sciences and Information Technology for Environmental Assessment and Decision Making, July 7-10, 2008, Barcelona, Spain.
|Abstract:||Recent uneven land use dynamics in urban areas resulting from demographic change, economic pressure and the cities’ mutual competition in a globalising world challenge both scientists and practitioners, among them social scientists, modellers and spatial planners. Processes of growth and decline specifically affect the urban environment, the requirements of the residents on social and natural resources. Social and environmental research is interested in a better understanding and ways of explaining the interactions between society and landscape in urban areas. And it is also needed for making life in cities attractive, secure and affordable within or despite of uneven dynamics.
The position paper upon “Actors and factors – bridging social science findings and urban land use change modeling” presents approaches and ideas on how social science findings on the interaction of the social system (actors) and the land use (factors) are taken up and formalised using modelling and gaming techniques. It should be understood as a first sketch compiling major challenges and proposing exemplary solutions in the field of interest.
|Item Type:||Conference or Workshop Item|
|Copyright:||© 2008 International Environmental Modelling and Software Society|
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