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[This chapter introduces the book, which examines issues related to policy transfer in urban transport planning in Southeast Asia. The metropolitan regions of four major capitals—Jakarta, Kuala Lumpur, Manila, and Bangkok—are considered. The book assesses the in-bound and out-bound transfer of...
[This chapter discusses the various theoretical approaches to studying policy transfer. These include: policy transfer; policy mobility; policy convergence; policy diffusion; lesson-drawing; policy learning; bandwagoning; and knowledge transfer. The chapter also presents the six-faceted...
[This chapter discusses the findings of the study. It is structured in accordance with the six facets (the 6D’s) of the analytical framework set forth in the previous chapter: (1) drives, (2) drivers, (3) description, (4) direction, (5) deterrents, and (6) degree of policy transfer. Much of the...
[This chapter delineates the way forward. In the case study cities, it is universally accepted that there is a transport crisis. Knowledge about what sustainable transport interventions could be adopted locally also abounds. Implementation—rather than the transfer of ideas—is the problem. The...
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