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Environment and Planning C: Government and Policy

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Volume 33, issue 2, 2015

Interrogating networks: towards an agnostic perspective on governance research pp. 223-238 Downloads
Jonathan S Davies and André Spicer
The effect of the L’Aquila earthquake on labour market outcomes pp. 239-255 Downloads
Giorgio Di Pietro and Toni Mora
Deliberative decarbonisation? Assessing the potential of an ethical governance framework for low-carbon energy through the case of carbon dioxide capture and storage pp. 256-271 Downloads
Leslie Mabon, Simon Shackley, Samuela Vercelli, Jonathan Anderlucci and Kelvin Boot
Governing our choices: ‘proenvironmental behaviour’ as a practice of government pp. 272-288 Downloads
Luke T M Dilley
Can the state empower communities through localism? An evaluation of recent approaches to neighbourhood governance in England pp. 289-304 Downloads
Nick Bailey and Madeleine Pill
‘If you want me to stay, pay’: a model of asymmetric federalism in centralised countries pp. 305-320 Downloads
Peter Claeys and Federico Martire
Public services performance: an extended framework and empirical assessment across the enlarged EU pp. 321-341 Downloads
Gisela Di Meglio, Metka Stare, Andrés Maroto and Luis Rubalcaba
Institutional entrepreneurship, power, and knowledge in innovation systems: institutionalization of regenerative medicine in Tampere, Finland pp. 342-357 Downloads
Markku Sotarauta and Nina Mustikkamäki
Handling tensions in the ‘everyday landscape’: moving beyond the development–conservation conflict? pp. 358-375 Downloads
Hege Hofstad
Neglected aspects of regional policy: a retrospective view pp. 376-392 Downloads
John B Parr
Moving towards multilevel governance of wetland resources: local water organisations and institutional changes in France pp. 393-411 Downloads
Tina Rambonilaza, Christophe Boschet and Elodie Brahic
Urban water governance failure and local strategies for overcoming water shortages in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania pp. 412-427 Downloads
Richard Rugemalila and Leah Gibbs
Formal institutional change and informal institutional persistence: the case of Dutch provinces implementing the Spatial Planning Act pp. 428-444 Downloads
David Evers

Volume 33, issue 1, 2015

Changing the guard on the environmental side of EPC pp. 1-3 Downloads
Andrés Rodríguez-Pose
Government SME intervention policy: perception is 9/10ths of the truth? pp. 4-8 Downloads
David Pickernell, Christine Atkinson and Christopher Miller
A question of perspective: Impact Assessment and the perceived costs and benefits of new regulations for SMEs pp. 9-24 Downloads
Francis Chittenden and Tim Ambler
Do rural firms perceive different problems? Geography, sorting, and barriers to growth in UK SMEs pp. 25-42 Downloads
Neil Lee and Marc Cowling
Business angel investment activity in the financial crisis: UK evidence and policy implications pp. 43-60 Downloads
Colin M Mason and Richard T Harrison
State intervention in vacant residential properties: an evaluation of empty dwelling management orders in England pp. 61-82 Downloads
Steven R Henderson
Underqualification as an opportunity for low-educated workers pp. 83-103 Downloads
Marije Hamersma, Arjen Edzes and Jouke van Dijk
Adaptation to climate change: professional networks and reinforcing institutional environments pp. 104-117 Downloads
Sissel Hovik, Jon Naustdalslid, Marit Reitan and Tone Muthanna
Regulatory uncertainty and corporate pollution control strategies: an empirical study of the ‘Pay for Permit’ policy in the Tai Lake Basin pp. 118-135 Downloads
Bing Zhang, Hanxun Fei, Yongjing Zhang and Beibei Liu
Intergovernmental fiscal relations: the efficiency effect of taxes, transfers, and fiscal illusion pp. 136-162 Downloads
Julio López-Laborda and Antoni Zabalza
Harnessing the economic potential of ‘second-tier’ European cities: lessons from four different state/urban systems pp. 163-183 Downloads
Richard Evans
Rescaling spatial planning: spatial planning reforms in Denmark, England, and the Netherlands pp. 184-198 Downloads
Petra H Roodbol-Mekkes and Adri van den Brink
Between interests and worldviews: the narrow path of the Mekong River Commission pp. 199-217 Downloads
Diana Suhardiman, Mark Giordano and François Molle

Volume 32, issue 6, 2014

Peter Hall 1932â2014 pp. 951-955 Downloads
Michael Batty
Revisiting... the most downloaded paper in 2013â14 pp. 956-956 Downloads
Andrew Jordan and Andrés Rodríguez-Pose
Revisiting … Discourse coalitions and the Australian climate change policy network pp. 957-962 Downloads
Harriet Bulkeley
Exploring corporate lobbyists’ perceptions of prospective coalition partners in Brussels pp. 963-981 Downloads
Andrew Barron and Peter Hultén
The role and significance of rates relief for supporting businesses in Wales pp. 982-999 Downloads
Frank Peck, Simon Parry, Gail Mulvey, Keith Jackson, Ignazio Cabras and Jacqui Jackson
From bypass to bathtub: backfiring policy labels in Dutch water governance pp. 1000-1016 Downloads
Arwin van Buuren and Jeroen Warner
Integrating climate change into governance at the municipal scale: an institutional perspective on practices in Denmark pp. 1017-1035 Downloads
Anja Wejs
Regional concentration of knowledge-intensive business services in Europe pp. 1036-1058 Downloads
Xavier Vence-Deza and Manuel González López
Industrial nationalism versus European partnerships: an analysis of state-led Franco–German interfirm linkages pp. 1059-1082 Downloads
Jean-Marc Trouille
Decoupled: successful planning policies in countries that have reduced per capita greenhouse gas emissions with continued economic growth pp. 1083-1099 Downloads
Catherine Brinkley
Towards a macroregional climate change adaptation strategy in the Baltic Sea Region pp. 1100-1116 Downloads
Lisa Van Well and Stefanie Lange Scherbenske
Fiscal policy and crowding out in developing Asia pp. 1117-1132 Downloads
Seok-Kyun Hur, Sushanta Mallick and Donghyun Park

Volume 32, issue 5, 2014

Science and the city: comparative perspectives on the urbanity of science and technology parks pp. 777-783 Downloads
Nicholas Phelps, Hyungjoo Kim, Yong-Sook Lee and David C Valler
Reframing the role of knowledge parks and science cities in knowledge-based urban development pp. 784-808 Downloads
Paul Benneworth and Tiago Ratinho
Alternative forms of the high-technology district: corridors, clumps, cores, campuses, subdivisions, and sites pp. 809-823 Downloads
Ann Forsyth
Soft space, hard bargaining: planning for high-tech growth in ‘Science Vale UK’ pp. 824-842 Downloads
David Valler, Nicholas Phelps and Jayme Radford
Regionalization of planned S&T parks: the case of Daedeok S&T Park in Daejeon, South Korea pp. 843-862 Downloads
Hyungjoo Kim, Yong-Sook Lee and Hye-Ran Hwang
Optical illusion? The growth and development of the Optics Valley of China pp. 863-879 Downloads
Julie Tian Miao and Peter Hall
Siting ‘scientific spaces’ in the US: the push and pull of regional development strategies and national innovation policies pp. 880-895 Downloads
Jennifer J Clark
Untangling the spaces of high technology in Malaysia pp. 896-915 Downloads
Nicholas Phelps and Sharifah R S Dawood
Business Improvement Districts in England and the (private?) governance of urban spaces pp. 916-933 Downloads
Claudio De Magalhães
From rhetoric to reality: which resilience, why resilience, and whose resilience in spatial planning? pp. 934-950 Downloads
Iain White and Paul OâHare

Volume 32, issue 4, 2014

Opening and closing the future: climate change, adaptation, and scenario planning pp. 587-602 Downloads
Lauren Rickards, Ray Ison, Hartmut Fünfgeld and John Wiseman
Frame divergence in climate change adaptation policy: insights from Australian local government planning pp. 603-622 Downloads
Hartmut Fünfgeld and Darryn McEvoy
Scenario praxis for systemic governance: a critical framework pp. 623-640 Downloads
Ray Ison, Andrea Grant and Richard Bawden
The problem of fit: scenario planning and climate change adaptation in the public sector pp. 641-662 Downloads
Lauren Rickards, John Wiseman, Taegen Edwards and Che Biggs
Evidence, uncertainty, and wicked problems in climate change decision making in Australia pp. 663-679 Downloads
Brian W Head
A financial appraisal of business improvement districts in the UK pp. 680-696 Downloads
Lesley Hemphill, Jim Berry and Stanley McGreal
Planning reform, rescaling, and the construction of the postpolitical: the case of The Planning Act 2008 and nuclear power consultation in the UK pp. 697-713 Downloads
Phil Johnstone
Intermediaries and capability building in ‘emerging’ clusters pp. 714-730 Downloads
Ian Clarke and Matias Ramirez
Megaprojects, neoliberalization, and state capacities: assessing the medium-term impact of the 2004 Olympic Games on Athenian urban policies pp. 731-745 Downloads
Nicos Souliotis, John Sayas and Thomas Maloutas
Patterns of elitism within participatory environmental governance pp. 746-761 Downloads
John Parkins and A John Sinclair
Public services in a ‘postdemocratic age’: an alternative framework to network governance pp. 762-776 Downloads
Martin Laffin, John Mawson and Christianne Ormston

Volume 32, issue 3, 2014

Higher education, human capital, and the creative economy pp. 381-383 Downloads
Roberta Comunian and Alessandra Faggian
The gift that keeps on giving: land-grant universities and regional prosperity pp. 384-404 Downloads
Elizabeth A Mack and Kevin Stolarick
Talent and creative economy in French local labour systems pp. 405-425 Downloads
Daniel Sanchez-Serra
Embedding arts and humanities in the creative economy: the role of graduates in the UK pp. 426-450 Downloads
Roberta Comunian, Alessandra Faggian and Sarah Jewell
Academic entrepreneurship in the creative arts pp. 451-470 Downloads
Maria Abreu and Vadim Grinevich
Institutional change and regional development in China: the case of commodity trading markets pp. 471-490 Downloads
Jinmin Wang and Paul Gooderham
Coinquiry for environmental sustainability: a review of the UK Beacons for Public Engagement pp. 491-508 Downloads
Audley Genus
Collaborative governance for technological innovation: a comparative case study of wind energy in Xinjiang, Shanghai, and Guangdong pp. 509-529 Downloads
Daphne Ngar-yin Mah and Peter Hills
The future of science governance: publics, policies, practices pp. 530-548 Downloads
Phil Macnaghten and Jason Chilvers
Hybridity of representation: insights from river basin management planning in Scotland pp. 549-566 Downloads
Kirsty L Blackstock, Kerry A Waylen, Keith M Marshall and Jill Dunglinson
Delivering planning objectives through regional-based land-use planning and land policy instruments: an assessment of recent experiences in the Dutch provinces pp. 567-584 Downloads
Fennie M van Straalen, Leonie B Janssen-Jansen and Adri van den Brink

Volume 32, issue 2, 2014

Embedding the concept of ecosystem services? The utilisation of ecological knowledge in different policy venues pp. 192-207 Downloads
Andrew Jordan and Duncan Russel
The possible experts: how epistemic communities negotiate barriers to knowledge use in ecosystems services policy pp. 208-228 Downloads
Claire A Dunlop
Expectations and experiences of diverse forms of knowledge use: the case of the UK National Ecosystem Assessment pp. 229-246 Downloads
Kerry A Waylen and Juliette Young
The challenge of embedding an ecosystem services approach: patterns of knowledge utilisation in public policy appraisal pp. 247-262 Downloads
John Turnpenny, Duncan Russel and Andrew Jordan
The utilisation of environmental knowledge in land-use planning: drawing lessons for an ecosystem services approach pp. 263-282 Downloads
Richard Cowell and Mick Lennon
Cost–benefit analysis: a decision-support tool or a venue for contesting ecosystem knowledge? pp. 283-300 Downloads
Neal Hockley
The ecosystem approach as a framework for understanding knowledge utilisation pp. 301-319 Downloads
Roy Haines-Young and Marion Potschin
Understanding the use of ecosystem service knowledge in decision making: lessons from international experiences of spatial planning pp. 320-340 Downloads
Emily McKenzie, Stephen Posner, Patricia Tillmann, Joanna R Bernhardt, Kirsten Howard and Amy Rosenthal
Entrepreneurial academics and regional innovation systems: the case of spin-offs from London’s universities pp. 341-359 Downloads
Helen Lawton Smith, Dave Chapman, Peter Wood, Timothy Barnes and Saverio Romeo
Climate change, securitisation of nature, and resilient urbanism pp. 360-375 Downloads
Simin Davoudi

Volume 32, issue 1, 2014

A smarter choice? Exploring the behaviour change agenda for environmentally sustainable mobility pp. 1-19 Downloads
Stewart Barr and Jan Prillwitz
Evaluating collaborative institutions in context: the case of regional water management in southern California pp. 20-38 Downloads
Sara Hughes and Stephanie Pincetl
Introducing gender in a policy programme: a multilevel analysis of an innovation policy programme pp. 39-53 Downloads
Trine Kvidal and Elisabet Ljunggren
The geographies of policy translation: how nudge became the default policy option pp. 54-69 Downloads
Rhys Jones, Jessica Pykett and Mark Whitehead
Whither justice? An analysis of local climate change responses from South East Queensland, Australia pp. 70-92 Downloads
Diana MacCallum, Jason Byrne and Wendy Steele
Policy transformations and translations: lessons for sustainable water management in peri-urban Delhi, India pp. 93-107 Downloads
Pritpal Randhawa and Fiona Marshall
Lisbonizing versus financializing Europe? The Lisbon Agenda and the (un)making of the European knowledge-based economy pp. 108-128 Downloads
Kean Birch and Vlad Mykhnenko
State rescaling and the making of city-regions in the Pearl River Delta, China pp. 129-143 Downloads
Zhigang Li, Jiang Xu and Anthony G O Yeh
How regional inequality affects fiscal decentralisation: accounting for the autonomy of subcentral governments pp. 144-162 Downloads
Agnese Sacchi and Simone Salotti
What type of knowledge rules where? Legally regulated participation in large-scale mobile infrastructure planning in Sweden pp. 163-183 Downloads
Stefan Larsson
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