Georgia Tech professors and students advise waterfront development in Kaohsiung

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Eleven professors and students from Georgia Tech visited Kaohsiung, Taiwan, and engaged in discussions with the mayoral office, the port authority, and an economic development committee about the best approaches to accelerate development around the city’s port. The strategies recommended by Professor Nancey Green Leigh and Associate Professor Perry Yang to transform the bay area into a knowledge-based economy and to preserve a public access to the city’s waterfront will be considered as part of the larger bay area development plan.  

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School of City & Regional Planning

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Economic Redevelopment, nancey green leigh, perry yang, waterfront
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  • Created On: Mar 26, 2013 - 6:19pm
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