Global Urban Book Series

 

Sponsored by

Global Urban Studies Program
Michigan State University

Published by

Ashgate Publishing
Pierre Filion

Vita (PDF)

Pierre Filion is a leading urban scholar. He has published widely on urban Canadian urban and planning issues. His recent work focuses is on how to create active and diversified urban settings where environmental quality is ever important. From a theory perspective Filion's work explores the relationship between changes in urban form and the evolution of society. He has examined patterns of development and redevelopment within Canadian metropolitan areas and conducted comprehensive surveys across North America. Pierre Filion's work has been funded by SSHRC, the National Secretariat on Homelessness, the Tri-Council Secretariat, CMHC and SSHRC-CURA. He brings experience in survey design and implementation, policy analysis, and theory development.

Series Author

Cities at Risk:  Planning for and Recovering from Natural and Human Disasters

Available Books

Cities at Risk Canadian Cities in Transition: New Directions in the Twenty-First Century, 4th Edition
Candian Cities in Transition: Perspectives for an Urban Age, 5th Edition
Canadian Cities in Transition: Local Through Global Perspectives, 3rd Edition Canadian Cities in Transition: The Twenty-First Century, 2nd Edition The Dynamics of the Dispersed City
Canadian Cities in Transition First Edition
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