How do complex cities work as arenas of governance, civic engagement and planning?
Join us to discuss some of the most urgent issues in urbanizing society. BEMINE research project together with Faculty of Management and Business at Tampere University organizes an afternoon seminar Governing Future Cities. We look forward to a vivid exchange of ideas from strategic research projects Beyond MALPE-coordination: Integrative Envisioning (BEMINE), Dwellers in Agile Cities (DAC) and Urbanization, Mobilities and Immigration (URMI).
Keynote by urban planning theorist, prof. (em.) Robert A. Beauregard based on his recent books “Cities in the Urban Age” and “Planning Matter: Acting with Things”.
Date: Thursday, 21 February 2019
Venue: Werstas auditorium (The Finnish Labour Museum), Väinö Linnan aukio 8, Tampere
|12:05||Keynote: Complexity in the urban age, Robert A. Beauregard, Columbia University|
|12:50||Reflections: Organized complexity in city governance, Ilari Karppi, Tampere University, BEMINE|
|13:10||Hybrid governance in urbanising society, Jarmo Vakkuri, Tampere University, BEMINE, HYPER|
|14:00||Visual communication of the Five-star City Centre, Minna Seppänen, City of Tampere|
|14:20||A missing citizen? Issue-based participation in city-regional planning, Jouni Häkli & Kirsi Pauliina Kallio, Tampere University, BEMINE|
|14:40||Context matters in cities: Why scaling up is so hard to accomplish? Helena Leino & Markus Laine, Tampere University, DAC|
|15:00||Changing drivers of urbanisation and complexity of the Finnish system of cities, Jenni Partanen & Panu Lehtovuori, Tampere University, URMI (canceled)
|15:20||“Artefactual anchoring” of strategic spatial planning as persuasive storytelling, Raine Mäntysalo, Aalto University, BEMINE consortium leader|
|15:40||Discussion & closing words|
(Program in PDF, here)