The focus is on models and computer simulations: there is no introduction explaining what we already know about cities and growth, or any attempt at orientation on the phenomenological side. Learning goals The Hamburg-Copenhagen Urban Challenge intends focused on achieving the following: Build a lasting collaboration between students and faculty of Technical University of Denmark, Copenhagen Business School and HafenCity University in Hamburg; Develop a foundational unit for trans-disciplinary and cross-country and -city approaches to research, teaching and learning within urban sustainability; Stimulate innovation and entrepreneurship skills of higher education researchers, teachers, graduate students and practitioners within urban sustainability; Facilitate the exchange, flow and co-creation of knowledge within urban sustainability through mobility and cross-city cooperation between Copenhagen and Hamburg.
Against this pessimistic backdrop, it is worth noting that neighborhood segregation in US cities is somewhat less extensive now than four decades ago, thanks in part to fair-housing legislation enacted during the s Roberts, Figure They are also neighborhoods with high crime rates and thus much stress.
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Our goal is to reconquer public space for pedestrians, not to make it easy for drivers. Because crime rates take the number of people into account, the answer is not simply that cities have more people than rural areas.