Metro-Matrix Theory » Metropolitan Discipline Video Slides

Metropolitan Discipline: 03/20 The Economic Component (Pedro B. Ortiz)
  Pedro B. Ortiz Metropolitan Urban Genoma Planning Economic Development
  Metropolises need to compete. The Globalization makes metropolises complementary one to each other. The ones that work more efficiently use the others for their benefit. Able to work better their position themselves as turning tables of the global network. We shall see in this lecture the Economic Component of the Metropolitan Genoma, to understand what we have to do to make our metropolises competitive.
 
Metropolitan Discipline: 01/20 The New Discipline (Pedro B. Ortiz)
  Pedro B. Ortiz Metropolitan Discipline Metro Matrix
  Metropolises are exploding. Experiencing rapid growth phenomena for the first time in history. We need a discipline of knowledge to manage them. This series of 20 inception lectures attempt to explore the basics of the new discipline we have to build.
 
Metropolitan Discipline: 02/20 The Metropolitan Genoma (Pedro B. Ortiz)
  Pedro B. Ortiz Metropolitan Discipline Metro Matrix
  Metropolises are complex systems. They work more like countries than cities. The economic power and socio-economic complexity often overcome countries. Complexity that can be described through the 4 components of the Genoma pyramid: Social Equity, Economic Efficiency, Physical Sustainability and Governance Equilibrium.