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Volume 8, issue 3, 2015

Introduction: how to explain differences in urban strategies and measures to deal with climate change pp. 275-282 Downloads
Hubert Heinelt and Wolfram Lamping
The development of local knowledge orders: a conceptual framework to explain differences in climate policy at the local level pp. 283-302 Downloads
Hubert Heinelt and Wolfram Lamping
The epistemologies of local climate change policies in Germany pp. 303-318 Downloads
Karsten Zimmermann, Jasmin Boghrat and Meike Weber
The trans-local dimension of local climate policy. Sustaining and transforming local knowledge orders through trans-local action in three German cities pp. 319-335 Downloads
Arthur Benz, Jörg Kemmerzell, Michèle Knodt and Anne Tews
The effects of knowledge orders on climate change policy in urban land management and real estate management: a case study of three German cities pp. 336-353 Downloads
Marina Hofmann, Nikolas D. Müller, Christoph J. Stankiewicz, Andreas Pfnür and Hans Joachim Linke
Institutionalizing a policy by any other name: in the City of Vancouver's Greenest City Action Plan, does climate change policy or sustainability policy smell as sweet? pp. 354-370 Downloads
Meg Holden and Majken Toftager Larsen
Introduction to special book review issue: giving food its space. Reflections about food planning and urban food systems pp. 371-373 Downloads
Giacomo Pettenati and Alessia Toldo
Sustainable food systems. Building a new paradigm, edited by Terry Marsden and Adrian Morley, London, Routledge - Earthscan from Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, 2014, 240 pp., US$145.00 (hardback), ISBN 978-0-415-63954-5 pp. 374-375 Downloads
Alessia Toldo
Sustainable food planning: evolving theory and practice, edited by André Viljoen and Johannes S.C. Wiskerke, Wageningen, Wageningen Academic Publishers, 2012, 600 pp., € 98 ex VAT (hardback), ISBN 978-90-8686-187-3 pp. 375-377 Downloads
Giacomo Pettenati
Food city, by C.J. Lim, New York, Routledge, 2014, 304 pp., £48.95 (paperback), ISBN 978-0-415-53927-2 pp. 377-379 Downloads
Nadia Caruso
Food democracy. From consumer to food citizen, by Sue Booth and John Coveney, Singapore, Springer, 2015, 57 pp., 41.64€ ebook, 51.99€ (softcover), ISBN 9789812874221 pp. 379-380 Downloads
Elena Pede
Second nature urban agriculture. Designing productive cities, edited by André Viljoen and Katrin Bohn, London, Routledge - Taylor & Francis Group, 2014, 300 pp., $55.95 (paperback), ISBN 978-0-415-54058-2 pp. 381-382 Downloads
Bianca Maria Seardo

Volume 8, issue 2, 2015

Economic development approaches in a changing global economy: what do practitioners think? pp. 145-164 Downloads
M. Taabazuing, G. Arku and P. Mkandawire
Conservation, innovation and healing of the well-preserved medieval Ystad pp. 165-195 Downloads
Feras Hammami
Negotiation and social transactions in urban policies: the case of the tramway projects in France pp. 196-217 Downloads
Philippe Hamman
Agonism and co-design of urban spaces pp. 218-237 Downloads
Peter Munthe-Kaas
Understanding participatory governance arrangements in urban politics: idealist and cynical perspectives on the politics of citizen dialogues in Göteborg, Sweden pp. 238-254 Downloads
Nazem Tahvilzadeh
Bad banks: the urban implications of asset management companies pp. 255-266 Downloads
Michael Byrne
Industrial heritage sites in transformation: clash of discourses, edited by Heike Oevermann and Harald A Mieg, New York, Routledge, 2015, 222 pp., $140 (hardback), ISBN 978-0-415-74528-4 pp. 267-268 Downloads
Rachna Lévêque
Leading the inclusive city. Place-based innovation for a bounded planet, by Robin Hambleton, Bristol, Policy Press at the University of Bristol, 2014, 416 pp., £ 24.99 (Paperback), ISBN 9781447304968, £ 70.00 (Hardback), ISBN 9781447304975 pp. 268-271 Downloads
Silvia Saccomani
A reconceptualisation of urban management: The administration of cities, their services, and their growth, by Irina Bačlija, Lewistin, New York, US; Queenston, Ontario, Canada; Lampeter, Wales, UK, Edwin Mellen Press, 2014, 267 pp., £109.95 in the UK and 159€ in Europe, ISBN-13: 978-0-7734-4310-5 pp. 271-274 Downloads
Valerie Viehoff

Volume 8, issue 1, 2015

Introduction to the special issue: Towards a long-term perspective of self-managed collaborative housing initiatives pp. 1-4 Downloads
Lidewij Tummers
Diversity of self-managed co-housing initiatives in France pp. 5-16 Downloads
Sabrina Bresson and Sylvette Denèfle
Housing cooperatives in Poland. The origins of a deadlock pp. 17-31 Downloads
Lydia Coudroy de Lille
Self-managed co-housing in the context of an ageing population in Europe pp. 32-45 Downloads
Anne Labit
The potential of cohousing for rural Austria pp. 46-63 Downloads
Heidrun Wankiewicz
Understanding co-housing from a planning perspective: why and how? pp. 64-78 Downloads
Lidewij Tummers
German co-housing: an opportunity for municipalities to foster socially inclusive urban development? pp. 79-92 Downloads
Christiane Droste
Towards a deeper understanding of the social architecture of co-housing: evidence from the UK, USA and Australia pp. 93-105 Downloads
Helen Jarvis
Development of new cohousing: lessons from a London scheme for the over-50s pp. 106-121 Downloads
Kath Scanlon and Melissa Fernández Arrigoitia
From practice to policy: frameworks for temporary use pp. 122-134 Downloads
Daniela Patti and Levente Polyak
The Social Atlas of Europe, by Dimitris Ballas, Danny Dorling, and Benjamin Hennig, Bristol, Policy Press, 2014, xi+ 211 pp., US$45.00 (hardcover), ISBN 9781447313533 pp. 135-136 Downloads
Brian Garcia
Urban interstices: the aesthetics and the politics of the in-between, edited by Andrea Mubi Brighenti, Farnham, Burlington, Ashgate, 2013, 230 pp., £60.00 (hardback), ISBN 9781472410016xx pp. 136-138 Downloads
Ella Harris
Urban theory: a critical introduction to power, cities and urbanism in the 21st century, by Alan Harding and Talja Blokland, London, Sage, 2014, 312 pp., US$45 (paperback), ISBN 978-1-44629-452-9 pp. 138-140 Downloads
Tom Baker
Planning against the political: democratic deficits in European territorial governance, by Metzger, J., Allmendinger, P. and Oosterlynk, S., London, Routledge, 2015, xii-232 pp., US$80.00/£110.00 (hardback), ISBN13: 978-0-415-82769-0, US$57.95/£ 31.99 (paperback), ISBN13: 978-0-415-82770-6, US$38.28/£27.35/Euro 31.86 (Amazon Kindle) (e-book), ISBN13: 978-0-203-52214-1 pp. 140-143 Downloads
Enrico Gualini

Volume 7, issue 2, 2014

Introduction: Toward output legitimacy in local government? pp. 119-122 Downloads
Annelin Gustavsen, Asbjørn Røiseland and Jon Pierre
Mirror of the state or independent image? - Conceptual perspectives on the question of a legitimacy shift to the output dimension in local democracy pp. 123-136 Downloads
Michael Haus
Local policies and local government legitimacy. The Swedish case pp. 137-152 Downloads
Katarina Roos and Anders Lidström
Beyond 'What do I get?' Functional and procedural sources of Dutch citizens' satisfaction with local democracy pp. 153-168 Downloads
Bas Denters
Councillors' perspectives on democratic legitimacy in English local government: politics through provision? pp. 169-181 Downloads
Colin Copus
Democratic metropolitan governance: experiences in five German metropolitan regions pp. 182-199 Downloads
Karsten Zimmermann
Procedure or performance? Assessing citizen's attitudes toward legitimacy in Swedish and Norwegian local government pp. 200-212 Downloads
Annelin Gustavsen, Asbjørn Røiseland and Jon Pierre
What if performance accountability mechanisms engender distrust? pp. 213-227 Downloads
Vicki Johansson and Stig Montin
'The Rhinish Greeks'. Bailout funds for local government in German federal states pp. 228-240 Downloads
Hubert Heinelt and Philipp Stolzenberg
Public Space and the Challenges of Urban Transformation in Europe, edited by Ali Madanipour, Sabine Knierbein and Aglaée Degros, New York and London, Routledge, 2014, xi + 217 pp., £27.99 (paperback), ISBN 978-0-415-64055-8 pp. 241-242 Downloads
Pedro Gomes
Turkish Berlin: Integration Policy & Urban Space, by Annika Marlen Hinze, Minneapolis, MN, University of Minnesota Press, 2013, xxix + 201 pp., $25.00 (paperback), ISBN 978-0-8166-7815-0 pp. 243-244 Downloads
Matthew G. Hannah
Negotiating cohesion, inequality and change: uncomfortable positions in local government, by Hannah Jones, Bristol, Policy Press, 2013, 237 pp, £70.00 (Hardback), ISNB 978-1-4473-1003-7 pp. 244-246 Downloads
Tom Collins
Resilient sustainable cities - a future, edited by Leonie J. Pearson, Peter W. Newton and Peter Roberts, New York, Routledge, 2014, xii + 254 pp., £24.99 (paperback), ISBN 978-0-415-81621-2 / £105.00 (hardback), ISBN 978-0-415-81620-5 pp. 246-248 Downloads
Emma Terama
Urban Politics: Critical Approaches, edited by Mark Davidson and Deborah Martin, London, Sage, 2013, 235 pp, £24.99 (paperback), ISBN 978-0-85702-398-8 pp. 248-250 Downloads
Eric Sarmiento
The Future of Planning: Beyond Growth Dependence by Yvonne Rydin, Bristol, Policy Press, 2013, viii + 232 pp., £18.99 (paperback), ISBN 978-1-44730-840-9 pp. 250-252 Downloads
Anthony Levenda
The collaborating Planner? Practitioners in the neoliberal age, by Ben Clifford and Mark Tewdwr-Jones, Bristol, The Policy Press, 2013, xii + 288 pp., £70.00 (hardback), ISBN 978-1-44730-511-8 pp. 252-254 Downloads
Carlos Nunes Silva
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