Hall, Sir Peter (Geoffrey)

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HALL, Sir Peter (Geoffrey)

HALL, Sir Peter (Geoffrey). British, b. 1932. Genres: Geography, Regional/Urban planning. Career: London School of Economics, reader in geography, 1965-67; University of Reading, professor of geography, 1968-89; University of California, Berkeley, professor, 1980-92, emeritus professor of city and regional planning, 1992-; University College London, Bartlett Professor of Planning, 1993-. Publications: The Industries of London, 1962; London 2000, 1963, rev. ed., 1969; The World Cities, 1966, 3rd ed., 1984; Theory and Practice of Regional Planning, 1970; Urban and Regional Planning: An Introduction, 1974; Europe 2000, 1977; Great Planning Disasters, 1980; Growth Centres in the European Urban System, 1980; London 2001, 1986; Cities of Tomorrow, 1988; Technopoles of the World, 1994; Cities in Civilization, 1998. CO-AUTHOR: An Advanced Geography of North-West Europe, 1967; Containment of Urban England: Urban and Metropolitan Growth Processes or Megalopolis Denied, 1973; Containment of Urban England: The Planning System: Objectives, Operations, Impacts, 1973; (with M. Clawson) Planning and Urban Growth: An Anglo-American Comparison, 1973; Can Rail Save the City, 1985; High-Tech America, 1986; Western Sunrise, 1987; Sociable Cities, 1999; Urban Future 21, 2000; Working Capital, 2002. EDITOR: Labour's New Frontiers, 1964; Land Values, 1965; Von Thunen's Isolated State, 1966; (with D. Banister) Transport and Public Policy Planning, 1980; The Inner City in Context, 1981; Silicon Landscapes, 1985; Cities of the 21st Century, 1991. Address: Institute of Community Studies, 18 Victoria Park Sq, London E2 9PF, England. Online address: [email protected]