Prof.dr. W.K. (Willem) Korthals Altes

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Expertise

Land development

Land Policy

Land-policy instruments

Planning

Relation between single market and land development

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Scholar

Biography

Willem K. Korthals Altes (1964) is Professor in Land development (since 1997) at TU Delft and is currently at the department Management in the Built Environment and the Faculty of Architecture and the Built Environment. Earlier positions at TU Delft has been at the Research Institute OTB for the Built Environment and at the department of Geodetic Engineering. Between 1995 and 2003 he has also worked in practice as (senior) consultant and later partner with Kolpron Consultants and (after merger with NEI and Ecotec) Ecorys in Rotterdam. In 1995 he has finished his PhD (Cum Laude) at the University of Amsterdam on a research project financed by NWO (the Dutch Science Foundation) and supervised by Professor Andreas Faludi on national spatial planning in the Netherlands. He has done (1989-1990) research on urban planning between 1919 and 1934 in Vienna at TU Vienna with a Research grant of the Austrian ministry. He holds a masters degree in planning (cum laude) at University of Amsterdam.

publications
Publications in Pure
subjects
2005 - Systems on Land Use and Land Development
2006 - Systems on Land Use and Land Development
2007 - Systems on Land Use and Land Development
2007 - Regional Land Development
2008 - Systems on Land Use and Land Development
2011 - Value capturing in land management
2014 - Land Development 1: Context
2013 - Value capturing in land management
2014 - Value capturing in land management
2015 - Land Development 1: Context
2012 - Value capturing in land management
2015 - Value capturing in land management
2012 - Environmental factors in spatial development
2016 - Land Development 1: Context
2016 - Land Development 1: Context
2017 - Land Development 1: Context
2017 - Land Development 1: Context
2017 - Value Capturing Strategies and Urban Development
2016 - Value Capturing Strategies and Urban Development
2018 - Value Capturing Strategies and Urban Development
2018 - Land Development 1: Context
2018 - Land Development 1: Context
ancillary activities
Overig - Koninklijke Nederlandse Vereniging van Rentmeesters

2018-11-01 - 2020-11-01

Agriculture, forestry and fisheries