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Joel Garreau

Joel Garreau is a journalist and author. Presently he works as the editor in charge of cultural revolution[?] reporting at the Washington Post, as senior fellow at the School of Public Policy at George Mason University[?], and principal of the Edge City Group[?], which is "dedicated to the creation of more liveable and profitable urban areas worldwide." He also writes for Wired Magazine.

His work is often compared to that of Jane Jacobs or Ronald J. Oakerson for its focus on urban quality of life and autonomy of urban regions from suburbs and surrounding agricultural areas. His books and articles include:

See also: urban planning, measuring well-being

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