A Study on Evaluation of District Development Projects in Osaka Bay Area

Eizo Kinoshita
1994 unpublished
In the bay area of Tokyo and Osaka, many projects for creating future cities as well as for solving the problems of the inner cities are being conceptualized, planned and enforced. The projects are aimed at developing increased economic activity and standards of living, thereby leading to the expansion of profitable opportunities for business enterprises. Because many of these projects are very large and complicated, business enterprises must take a comprehensive view and make accurate
more » ... e accurate judgements, supported by keen inspirations and superior experiences, in order to make a wise decision regarding participation. The ability to make such judgements will become more important in the future. For this reason, an attempt to measure a project in numbers is indispensable for future business activities. To achieve this purpose, we need a model to reveal the mechanisms of an individual project that would allow a possible participant to evaluate the district development project comprehensively and accurately before, making a final decision. In this research, I have an attempt to evaluate the Osaka Bay district development project using the AMP (Analytic Hierarchy Process) method.
doi:10.13033/isahp.y1994.006 fatcat:hw3ucwcdtjeo3pwqj3mrizhw2u