Assessing ‘Quality’: The unfolding of the ‘Good’ – Collective decision making in juries of urban design competitions

There is no person wise enough to tackle and understand all the systems and their interconnections in order to address a certain situation. (Boland and Collopy, 2004) Abstract The radical orientation towards the future; the notion of novelty, experimentation and creativity makes an architectural competition a fascinating object – not least for management studies. Advertisements

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