According to mulligan, the characteristics of human activities over space are certainly uneven. Spatial factors cause this and despite these human beings still have tendencies of clustering together in a perfectly homogenous world. Increasing differentiation of systems of actions increasingly characterizes the evolution of society and urban development and urban life (Mulligan, pg.1). On the other hand, Tiebout states that the main reason to the development of urbanism is economic activities and the policies implemented that helps in the promotion of residential mobility (Tiebout, pg. 416).
Society has matters at hand that it constantly deals with. The matters concern the allocation and transfer of power in the process of decision-making. Urban development is dictated by the government system and the roles of the government including the behavior of the politics and the public policies.
In other hand, what these social sciences are dealing with is similar. The three are revolving around the urban development and theory of urbanism. They are all talking of three important factors in the development of urban centers. This includes the power, order that entails capacity of institutions based on certain principles and justice concerning fairness in reward distributions and human activities. Without the three key elements then urban development cannot be achieved. Hence, the three disciplines have a common thing in urban approach and