By Richard De Neufville
London 1976. Hardcover. eightvo, 201pp., index, forums. VG, mild bleeding alongside best aspect and marking on best fore-edge, the rest mark on decrease fore-edge, in VG DJ, a couple of gentle stains on area.
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Parliament is a deliberative assembly of one nation, with one interest, that of the whole, where not local purposes, not local prejudices ought to guide, but the general good .. ' This is not the notion of government prevalent in the United States. The founders of the United States, contemporaries of Burke, in fact, took great pains to constitute their legislature as a Congress which represents sectional and partisan interests. The national government of the United States - partially ask Airport Systems Planning established in revolt against British autocracy - incorporates an elaborate web of checks and balances, of overlapping powers between the legislators, the bureaucrats charged with the dayto-day operation of public services, the independent governments of fifty quasi-sovereign states, and numerous other autonomous authorities.
Its existence is a myth we should exorcize. In addition to the obvious contrasts concerning the climate and wealth of various regions, for example - nations have profound cultural differences which should be taken into account. Countries have distinct philosophical orientations, traditions of government, and educational heritages. These lead them to differ in their interpretation of facts, formulation of problems, recognition of viable options, criteria of evaluation, processes of decision - in short, in all important aspects of planning.
To see how we might forecast and plan for an uncertain future, let us review the situation. First, let us examine the nature of the uncertainties relevant to airport planning, in particular the variable growth in traffic. Next, let us look at the methods available for forecasting future demands, and consider their inherent cost, accuracy and general effectiveness. From this we synthesize a proposal for how to proceed. A. Rapid, variable growth in demand Broadly speaking, worldwide air traffic increased by a factor of ten during the last generation.
Airport Systems Planning: A Critical Look at the Methods and Experience by Richard De Neufville