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“The inevitability of negotiated development: walking the tight rope between law and practice" - Professor Rachelle Altermann

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“The inevitability of negotiated development: walking the tight rope between law and practice" by Professor Rachelle Altermann, Technion, Israel Institute of Technology.

Rachelle Alterman (Bild: Technion)

Professor Rachelle Alterman heads the Lab on Comparative Planning Law and Land Policy and serves as a Senior Researcher at the Neaman Institute for Policy Research. She is the Founding President of the International Academic Association on Planning, Law, and Property Rights and an Honorary Member of the Association of European Schools of Planning. With degrees in planning and law from Canadian and Israeli universities, Dr. Alterman is regarded a as one of the globally leading scholars in cross-national analysis of planning laws, land use regulations, property rights, and housing practices. Alterman has published 10 international books, some 200 academic papers and reports, and has been invited to speak at conferences and seminars in 36 countries. She shares her knowledge with UN-Habitat, the OECD, the World Bank, and with Chinese, Catalan and Dutch governmental bodies. In Israel her advice is sought by Parliament, government bodies and NGOs, and her publications are frequently cited by the Israeli Supreme Court.

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Last changed: Aug 06, 2019