Trezib, Joachim Nicolas
Die Theorie der zentralen Orte in Israel und Deutschland
Zur Rezeption Walter Christallers im Kontext von Sharonplan und "Generalplan Ost"
[The Theory of Central Places in Israel and Germany]
Aims and Scope
Walter Christaller’s “Central Place Theory” became one of the fundamental concepts in modern planning. Its traces were evident in Israel’s “Sharon Plan” as well as in the National Socialist “Masterplan for the East.” Central Place Theory aimed at optimizing the function of economic factors as well as the spatial distribution of the population. Joachim Trezib examines the reception of this theory and the background for an unexpected parallelism.
- 23.0 x 15.5 cm
- xii, 665 pages
- 50 Fig.
- DE GRUYTER OLDENBOURG
- Type of Publication:
- Regional planning; The Sharon Plan; Masterplan for the East; Christaller, Walter
- History of regional planning, historical geography, Israel studies, National Socialist history, post-colonial studies