Nordic School of Planning
Institut nordique de l'urbanisation
Nordiska Institutet för Samhällsplanering (Nordplan)
Pohjoismainen Yhteiskuntasuunnittelun Instituutti
1968-07-01 Stockholm Sweden
1 Jul 1968, Stockholm (Sweden), by agreement between the governments of Nordic countries. Statutes: adopted 1969; revised 1970, 1973, 1975, 1978. On 25-26 Aug 1980, came within the framework of D-XD4238 - Nordic Council of Ministers (NCM) under T-XT7163 - Nordic Cultural Cooperation. Closed down 30 Jun 1997, when merged with U-XD5563 - Nordic Institute of Regional Policy Research (NordREFO) and U-XK0910 - Nordiska Gruppen för Regional Analys (NOGRAN) to form E-XE2795 - Nordregio - an international research centre for regional development and planning (Nordregio), 1 Jul 1997.
Provide an advanced post-graduate course for planners; promote and carry out research and research education within the planning field.
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Board, consisting of 2 representatives each from Denmark, Finland, Norway and Sweden and one from Iceland, appointed by the Nordic Council of Ministers. Secretariat, headed by an appointed member of the teaching staff.
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