Patsy Healey mainly focuses on Corporate governance, Epistemology, Spatial planning, Public relations and Public administration. His study in the field of Urban governance also crosses realms of Work. His work on Action as part of general Epistemology research is frequently linked to Planning theory, thereby connecting diverse disciplines of science.
Patsy Healey combines subjects such as Knowledge management, Institutional design, Everyday life and Regional planning with his study of Spatial planning. He has included themes like Collective action, Mainstream, Project governance and Argument in his Public relations study. His Public administration research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Transformation processes, Space and place and Relation.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Public administration, Corporate governance, Spatial planning, Public relations and Environmental planning. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Civil society, Politics, Institutional capacity, General partnership and Government. The study incorporates disciplines such as Transformative learning, Policy analysis and Social science in addition to Corporate governance.
Patsy Healey has researched Spatial planning in several fields, including Regional science and Management science. Patsy Healey merges Environmental planning with Land-use planning in his research.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Planning theory, Public administration, Art history, Management and Political economy. His study looks at the intersection of Public administration and topics like Institutional capacity with Urban governance. His work carried out in the field of Art history brings together such families of science as Mobilities, Manifesto, Network society and Urban policy.
His Management study combines topics in areas such as Public value, Public relations and Power. He performs integrative study on Institutional change and Corporate governance in his works. His work deals with themes such as Social anthropology, Performance art and Media studies, which intersect with Corporate governance.
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Collaborative Planning: Shaping Places in Fragmented Societies
Patsy Ingold Healey.
Planning through debate: the communicative turn in planning theory
Town Planning Review (1992)
Urban Complexity and Spatial Strategies: Towards a Relational Planning for Our Times
Collaborative Planning in Perspective
Planning Theory (2003)
The Communicative Turn in Planning Theory and its Implications for Spatial Strategy Formation
Environment and Planning B-planning & Design (1996)
Building institutional capacity through collaborative approaches to urban planning
Environment and Planning A (1998)
The Treatment of Space and Place in the New Strategic Spatial Planning in Europe
International Journal of Urban and Regional Research (2004)
Strategic Spatial Planning and Regional Governance in Europe
Louis Albrechts;Patsy Healey;Klaus R. Kunzmann.
Journal of The American Planning Association (2003)
Relational concepts of space and place: Issues for planning theory and practice
Stephen Graham;Patsy Healey.
European Planning Studies (1999)
Institutionalist Analysis, Communicative Planning, and Shaping Places
Journal of Planning Education and Research (1999)
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