The present article delves deeper into four academic contributions written by the emeritus professor Julian Conrad Juergensmeyer, Ben F. Johnson Jr. Chair in Law and Director, Center for the Comparative Study of Metropolitan Growth. Co-authoring relevant publications on spatial issues from different perspectives, we identify four valuable insights accumulated along four decades dedicated to industrial co-operation, planning costs, land use and infrastructure development. All of them combined can make what we denominate an urban developmental mind. It is a strategic sequence of ideas involving urban planning, economics and law as a complex yet inevitable amalgamation of knowledge for human development. That debate is updated by concepts related to urban inequality, wealth distribution and the knowledge economy.
"The Making of Urban Applied Statistics with Four of Juergensmeyer's Theoretical Insights,"
Journal of Comparative Urban Law and Policy: Vol. 4
, Article 24, 367-388.
Available at: https://readingroom.law.gsu.edu/jculp/vol4/iss1/24