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Volume 37, issue 7, 2019

Ethnographic conversations with Wittfogel’s ghost: An introduction pp. 1151-1160 Downloads
Lukas Ley and Franz Krause
Assistance and resistance of (hydro-)power: Contested relationships of control over the Volta River, Ghana pp. 1161-1178 Downloads
Kirsty Wissing
Collective irrigation, the state and social relations in the Eastern Pyrenees of France pp. 1179-1197 Downloads
Etienne Delay and James Linton
Dreaming of pipes: Kathmandu’s long-delayed Melamchi Water Supply Project pp. 1198-1216 Downloads
Matthäus Rest
The USSR as a hydraulic society: Wittfogel, the Aral Sea and the (post-)Soviet state pp. 1217-1234 Downloads
William Wheeler
The social embeddedness of hydraulic engineers in the regulation of water and infrastructure in Peru pp. 1235-1251 Downloads
Astrid B Stensrud
Epilogue: Anthropological conversations with Karl Wittfogel’s ghost pp. 1252-1257 Downloads
Veronica Strang
Refugeeness as political subjectivity: Experiencing the humanitarian border pp. 1258-1276 Downloads
Kirsi P Kallio, Jouni Häkli and Elisa Pascucci
An evolutionary perspective on experimental local governance arrangements with local governments and residents in Dutch rural areas of depopulation pp. 1277-1295 Downloads
Hiska Ubels, Bettina Bock and Tialda Haartsen
Decentralization and the quality of public services: Cross-country evidence from educational data pp. 1296-1316 Downloads
Luis Diaz-Serrano and Enric Meix-Llop

Volume 37, issue 6, 2019

Towards an urban political geography of transport: Unpacking the political and scalar dynamics of fare-free public transport in Tallinn, Estonia pp. 967-984 Downloads
Wojciech Kȩbłowski, Tauri Tuvikene, Tarmo Pikner and Jussi S Jauhiainen
Networked authority and regionalised governance: Public transport, a hierarchy of documents and the anti-hierarchy of authorship pp. 985-1004 Downloads
Alexander Paulsson and Karolina Isaksson
A multimodal reading of public protests pp. 1005-1023 Downloads
Sarah Day, Mohamed Seedat, Josephine Cornell and Shahnaaz Suffla
Non-state nations: Structure, rescaling, and the role of territorial policy communities, illustrated by the cases of Wales and Sardinia pp. 1024-1044 Downloads
Nick Clifton and Alessia Usai
What’s in a home? Toward a critical theory of housing/dwelling pp. 1045-1062 Downloads
Ariel Handel
Opening the bunker: Function, materiality, temporality pp. 1063-1081 Downloads
Bradley Garrett and Ian Klinke
From policy community to issue networks: Implementing social sustainability in a Swedish urban development programme pp. 1082-1101 Downloads
Ingemar Elander and Eva Gustavsson
The evolution of Jakarta’s flood policy over the past 400 years: The lock-in of infrastructural solutions pp. 1102-1125 Downloads
Thanti Octavianti and Katrina Charles
The Dutch aid and trade policy: Policy discourses versus development practices in the Kenyan water and sanitation sector pp. 1126-1147 Downloads
Elisa Savelli, Klaas Schwartz and Rhodante Ahlers

Volume 37, issue 1, 2019

Brexit, race and migration pp. 3-40 Downloads
Kathy Burrell, Peter Hopkins, Arshad Isakjee, Colin Lorne, Caroline Nagel, Robin Finlay, Anoop Nayak, Matthew C Benwell, Raksha Pande, Michael Richardson, Katherine Botterill and Ben Rogaly
On the grounds of the global Indian: Tracing the disjunctive spaces between diaspora and the nation-state pp. 41-58 Downloads
Ishan Ashutosh
‘Who governs’ Berlin’s metropolitan region? The strategic-relational construction of metropolitan scale in Berlin–Brandenburg’s economic development policies pp. 59-80 Downloads
Enrico Gualini and Carola Fricke
Creating spaces of public insecurity in times of terror: The implications of code/space for urban vulnerability analyses pp. 81-101 Downloads
Kevin Patrick Keenan
(Im)mobile and (Un)successful? A policy mobilities approach to New Orleans’s residential security taxing districts pp. 102-118 Downloads
Aaron Malone
Neoliberal urbanism as ‘Strategic Coupling’ to global chains: Port infrastructure and the role of economic impact studies pp. 119-136 Downloads
David Jaffee
Governance for green urbanisation: Lessons from Singapore’s green building certification scheme pp. 137-156 Downloads
Heejin Han
The politics of Estonia’s offshore wind energy programme: Discourse, power and marine spatial planning pp. 157-176 Downloads
Ralph Tafon, David Howarth and Steven Griggs
Tensions in the transition: The politics of electricity distribution in South Africa pp. 177-196 Downloads
Lucy Baker and Jon Phillips

Volume 36, issue 8, 2018

Integrative governance: The relationships between governance instruments taking center stage pp. 1341-1354 Downloads
Ingrid J Visseren-Hamakers
Mainstreaming the environment through appraisal: Integrative governance or logics of disintegration? pp. 1355-1370 Downloads
Duncan Russel, John Turnpenny and Andrew Jordan
The emerging accountability regimes for the Sustainable Development Goals and policy integration: Friend or foe? pp. 1371-1390 Downloads
Sylvia Karlsson-Vinkhuyzen, Arthur L Dahl and Ã…sa Persson
A framework for analyzing and practicing Integrative Governance: The case of global animal and conservation governance pp. 1391-1414 Downloads
Ingrid J Visseren-Hamakers
Framing and integration in the global forest, agriculture and climate change nexus pp. 1415-1436 Downloads
Cinthia Soto Golcher and Ingrid J Visseren-Hamakers
Inter-sectoral and multilevel coordination alone do not reduce deforestation and advance environmental justice: Why bold contestation works when collaboration fails pp. 1437-1457 Downloads
Ashwin Ravikumar, Anne M Larson, Rodd Myers and Tim Trench
The curious death – and life? – of British transport policy pp. 1458-1479 Downloads
Iain Docherty, Jon Shaw, Greg Marsden and Jillian Anable
Conditioning experimentation: The struggle for place-based discretion in shaping urban infrastructures pp. 1480-1498 Downloads
Mike Hodson, James Evans and Gabriele Schliwa
Education and fiscal decentralization. The case of municipal education in Chile pp. 1499-1521 Downloads
Leonardo Letelier S and Hector Ormeño C
Firms as drivers of integrative adaptive regional development in the context of environmental hazards in developing countries and emerging economies – A conceptual framework pp. 1522-1541 Downloads
Thomas Neise, Javier Revilla-Diez and Matthias Garschagen

Volume 36, issue 7, 2018

The promise of proximity: The politics of knowledge and learning in South–South cooperation between water operators pp. 1157-1175 Downloads
Gabriella Carolini, Daniel Gallagher and Isadora Cruxên
Slow cities, urban politics and the temporalities of planning: Lessons from London pp. 1176-1194 Downloads
Mike Raco, Daniel Durrant and Nicola Livingstone
The everyday politics of waste collection practice in Addis Ababa (2003–2009) pp. 1195-1213 Downloads
Nebiyu Baye Alene
The evolution of China’s emission trading mechanisms: From international offset market to domestic Emission Trading Scheme pp. 1214-1233 Downloads
Feng Ba, Paul R Thiers and Yonggong Liu
No taxation, no representation: An investigation of the relationship between natural resources and fiscal decentralization pp. 1234-1255 Downloads
Mohammad Arzaghi and Andrew Balthrop
Mobilising diaspora to promote homeland investment: The progress of policy in post-conflict economies pp. 1256-1279 Downloads
Nick Williams
A framework for the evaluation of living labs as boundary spanners in innovation pp. 1280-1298 Downloads
Marina van Geenhuizen
Unravelling stakeholder participation under conditions of neoliberal biodiversity governance in Catalonia, Spain pp. 1299-1318 Downloads
Sara Maestre-Andrés, Laura Calvet-Mir and Evangelia Apostolopoulou
Collaborative dynamics in street level work: Working in and with communities to improve relationships and reduce deprivation pp. 1319-1337 Downloads
Koen PR Bartels

Volume 36, issue 6, 2018

Examining regional competitiveness and the pressures of rapid growth: An interpretive institutionalist account of policy responses in three city regions pp. 965-986 Downloads
Rob Krueger, David Gibbs and Constance Carr
Disrupting polarized discourses: Can we get out of the ruts of environmental conflicts? pp. 987-1005 Downloads
Chloe Lucas and Russell Warman
Urban sustainability and political parties: Eco-development in Stockholm and Amsterdam pp. 1006-1026 Downloads
Daniël M Bossuyt and Federico Savini
Regional governance and public accountability in planning for new housing: A new approach in South Holland, the Netherlands pp. 1027-1045 Downloads
Vitnarae Kang and Daniëlle A Groetelaers
The many outcomes from contracting out: The voice of public managers pp. 1046-1067 Downloads
Andrej Christian Lindholst, Morten Balle Hansen, Thomas Barfoed Randrup, Bengt Persson and Anders Kristoffersson
The roles of capitals in building capacity to address urban flooding in the shift to a new water management approach pp. 1068-1087 Downloads
Ryan Plummer, Steven Renzetti, Ryan Bullock, Maria de Lourdes Melo Zurita, Julia Baird, Diane Dupont, Timothy Smith and Dana Thomsen
Anticipating water infrastructure renewal: A framing perspective on organizational learning in public agencies pp. 1088-1108 Downloads
Jannes J Willems, Tim Busscher, Margo van den Brink and Jos Arts
Exploring practitioners’ perception of ethical issues in planning: The Peruvian case pp. 1109-1132 Downloads
Jessica S Pineda-Zumaran
Evaluation of public–private partnerships: A life-cycle Performance Prism for ensuring value for money pp. 1133-1153 Downloads
Henry J Liu, Peter ED Love, Jim Smith, Michael CP Sing and Jane Matthews

Volume 36, issue 5, 2018

Towards a versatile and multidimensional framework to analyse regional governance pp. 775-795 Downloads
Yasmine Willi, Marco Pütz and Martin Müller
Networked cities and steering states: Urban policy circulations and the reshaping of State–cities relationships in France pp. 796-815 Downloads
Vincent Béal, Renaud Epstein and Gilles Pinson
Comparative infrastructural modalities: Examining spatial strategies for Melbourne, Auckland and Vancouver pp. 816-836 Downloads
Jenny McArthur
Boundary spanning for governance of climate change adaptation in cities: Insights from a Dutch urban region pp. 837-855 Downloads
Marcin DÄ…browski
Between enabling and provider approach: Key shifts in the national housing policy in India and Brazil pp. 856-876 Downloads
Urmi Sengupta, Brendan Murtagh, Camila D’Ottaviano and Suzana Pasternak
Revisiting implementation theory: An interdisciplinary comparison between urban planning and healthcare implementation research pp. 877-896 Downloads
Mark C Smith
Paths to (de)centralization: Changing territorial dynamics of social policy in the People’s Republic of China and the United States pp. 897-915 Downloads
Daniel Béland, Philip Rocco, Shih-Jiunn Shi and Alex Waddan
The differential effect of various stakeholder groups in place marketing pp. 916-936 Downloads
Jasper Eshuis, Erik Braun, Erik Hans Klijn and Sebastian Zenker
Trends and patterns in sustainability-related media coverage: A classification of issue-level attention pp. 937-962 Downloads
Ralf Barkemeyer, Philippe Givry and Frank Figge

Volume 36, issue 4, 2018

“Recovering†public space and race: Afro-Colombian street vendors in Bogotá, Colombia pp. 573-588 Downloads
Lorena Munoz
Anti-austerity voting in an era of economic crisis: Regional evidence from the 2015 referendum in Greece pp. 589-608 Downloads
Panagiotis Artelaris and Yannis Tsirbas
The challenges of aligning the scales of urban climate science and climate policy in London and Manchester pp. 609-628 Downloads
Liam James Heaphy
Learning from groundwater: Pragmatic compromise planning common goods pp. 629-648 Downloads
Sanjeev Vidyarthi and Charles Hoch
Understanding developer perspectives and experiences of wind energy development in Ontario pp. 649-668 Downloads
Emmanuel Songsore, Michael Buzzelli and Jamie Baxter
Planners' perceptions of the influence of leadership on coordinating plans pp. 669-688 Downloads
Jill L Grant, Amanda Taylor and Christina Wheeler
Planning as a barrier for growth: Analysing storylines on the reform of the Danish Planning Act pp. 689-707 Downloads
Kristian Olesen and Helen Carter
Spatial imaginaries of adaptation governance: A public perspective pp. 708-725 Downloads
Elissa Waters and Jon Barnett
A proposal for the analysis of price escalation within water tariffs: The impact of the Water Framework Directive in Spain pp. 726-749 Downloads
Marta Suárez-Varela and Roberto Martínez-Espiñeira
Small and medium-sized enterprise policy: Designed to fail? pp. 750-772 Downloads
Robert Wapshott and Oliver Mallett

Volume 36, issue 3, 2018

Toponymic assemblages, resistance, and the politics of planning in Vancouver, Canada pp. 383-402 Downloads
Trevor J Wideman and Jeffrey R Masuda
Secure the city, revitalize the zone: Smart urbanization in Camden, New Jersey pp. 403-422 Downloads
Alan Wiig
From victims to actors: The role of children and young people in flood recovery and resilience pp. 423-442 Downloads
Maggie Mort, Marion Walker, Alison Lloyd Williams and Amanda Bingley
Managing contested spaces: Public managers, obscured mechanisms and the legacy of the past in Northern Ireland pp. 443-459 Downloads
Joanne Murphy, Sara McDowell, Maire Braniff and David Denyer
Race at the margins: A Critical Race Theory perspective on race equality in UK planning pp. 460-478 Downloads
Richard Gale and Huw Thomas
Sustainability university–community partnerships: Lessons for practitioners and scholars from highly sustainable communities pp. 479-495 Downloads
Samantha Mosier and Megan Ruxton
Social innovation in question: The theoretical and practical implications of a contested concept pp. 496-512 Downloads
Pedro Marques, Kevin Morgan and Ranald Richardson
The governance of polycentric national infrastructure systems: Evidence from the UK National Infrastructure Plan pp. 513-529 Downloads
Colin Turner
Questioning the implementation of smart specialisation: Regional innovation policy and semi-autonomous regions pp. 530-547 Downloads
Rhiannon Pugh
Assessing the impacts of changing public service provision on geographical accessibility: An examination of public library provision in Pembrokeshire, South Wales pp. 548-568 Downloads
Gary Higgs, Samuel Jones, Mitchel Langford and Jesse Heley
Erratum pp. 569-569 Downloads
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Corrigendum pp. 570-570 Downloads
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Volume 36, issue 2, 2018

Wealth inequality, redistribution and local development: The case of land reform in Italy pp. 181-200 Downloads
Marco Percoco
Creating institutional preconditions for knowledge flows in cross-border regions pp. 201-218 Downloads
Johan Miörner, Elena Zukauskaite, Michaela Trippl and Jerker Moodysson
Smart specialisation in regions with less-developed research and innovation systems: A changing role for universities? pp. 219-238 Downloads
Paul Vallance, Jiří Blažek, John Edwards and Viktor Květoň
Transformative city branding for policy change: The case of Seoul’s participatory branding pp. 239-257 Downloads
Yu-Min Joo and Bokyong Seo
Taking power to sea: Towards a post-structuralist discourse theoretical critique of marine spatial planning pp. 258-273 Downloads
Ralph V Tafon
Rescaling employment support accountability: From negative national neoliberalism to positively integrated city-region ecosystems pp. 274-289 Downloads
Adam Whitworth and Eleanor Carter
The neighbourhood roots of social cohesion: Notes on an exceptional case of Singapore pp. 290-312 Downloads
Ho Kc and Vincent Chua
Dividing the pie in the eco-social state: Exploring the relationship between public support for environmental and welfare policies pp. 313-339 Downloads
Niklas Jakobsson, Raya Muttarak and Mi Ah Schoyen
‘Time to move on’ or ‘taking more time’? How disregarding multiple perspectives on time can increase policy-making conflict pp. 340-356 Downloads
Wolf Eea and Wouter Van Dooren
How effective is central enforcement? Evidence from convened committees in failing local authorities pp. 357-380 Downloads
Yaniv Reingewertz and Itai Beeri

Volume 36, issue 1, 2018

Take-up and variation of advice for new firm founders in different local contexts pp. 3-27 Downloads
Kevin Mole and Joan-Lluís Capelleras
Regional policy mixes for enterprise and innovation: A fuzzy-set clustering approach pp. 28-46 Downloads
Annalisa Caloffi and Marco Mariani
Small- and medium-sized enterprises and public procurement: A review of the UK coalition government's policies and their impact pp. 47-66 Downloads
Kim Loader
Adaptation to extreme weather events in complex health and social care systems: The example of older people’s services in England pp. 67-91 Downloads
Sarah Curtis, Katie Oven, Jonathan Wistow, Christine Dunn and Lena Dominelli
Community benefits from offshore renewables: The relationship between different understandings of impact, community, and benefit pp. 92-117 Downloads
David Rudolph, Claire Haggett and Mhairi Aitken
Engage, participate, empower: Modelling power transfer in disadvantaged rural communities pp. 118-138 Downloads
Artur Adam Steiner and Jane Farmer
Turning accounting for emissions rights inside out as well as upside down pp. 139-159 Downloads
Thereza RS de Aguiar
Contending narratives on the sustainability of nuclear energy in Turkey pp. 160-177 Downloads
Emre İşeri, Defne Günay and Alper Almaz
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