Dr. Kotkin reviews the concept of “living well” in the context of what makes a city great. He explores these issues in the “post‐familial city” and the implications on equality, sustainability and happiness. Dr. Kotkin is a Distinguished Presidential Fellow in Urban Futures at Chapman University and the Executive Editor of New Geography. Download the
The Planning of a City-State provides a comprehensive overview of how the modern city‐state that Singapore is today came to be through planning for housing, transport, environment and heritage. This working paper is authored by Peter Ho, Chairman of the Singapore's Urban Redevelopment Authority. Download the working paper here.