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Volume 59, issue 6, 2022

The constitution of the city and the critique of critical urban theory pp. 1105-1129 Downloads
Allen Scott
The refugees’ right to the centre of the city: City branding versus city commoning in Athens pp. 1130-1147 Downloads
Charalampos Tsavdaroglou and Maria Kaika
Displacement through development? Property turnover and eviction risk in Seattle pp. 1148-1166 Downloads
Alex Ramiller
Legacy participation and the buried history of racialised spaces: Hypermodern revitalisation in Rio de Janeiro’s port area pp. 1167-1184 Downloads
Abigail Friendly and Ana Paula Pimentel Walker
‘I can’t just go up to a person to ask what’s going on.’ How Dutch urbanites’ accounts of non-engagement enhance our understanding of urban care pp. 1185-1201 Downloads
Laurine Blonk, Margo Trappenburg and Femmianne Bredewold
Can subsidies paid directly to employers reduce residential discrimination in employment? An assessment based on serial field experiments pp. 1202-1218 Downloads
Sylvain Chareyron, Laetitia Challe, Yannick L’Horty and Pascale Petit
Understanding the geography of affordable housing provided through land value capture: Evidence from England pp. 1219-1237 Downloads
Alexander Lord, Chi-Wan Cheang and Richard Dunning
Seoul’s nocturnal urbanism: An emergent night-time economy of substitute driving and fast deliveries pp. 1238-1254 Downloads
Jieheerah Yun
The spatial reach of financial centres: An empirical investigation of interurban trade in capital market services pp. 1255-1274 Downloads
Tom Hashimoto, Vladimír Pažitka and Dariusz Wójcik
Does urban concentration matter for changes in country economic performance? pp. 1275-1299 Downloads
Roberto Ganau and Andrés Rodríguez-Pose
‘Remaining the same or becoming another?’ Adaptive resilience versus transformative urban change pp. 1300-1310 Downloads
Stephan Leixnering and Markus Höllerer
Corrigendum to “Displacement through development? Property turnover and eviction risk in Seattle†pp. 1311-1311 Downloads
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Volume 59, issue 5, 2022

On urban studies in Brazil: The favela, uneven urbanisation and beyond pp. 893-916 Downloads
Mariana Fix and Pedro Fiori Arantes
Critical urban theory in the Anthropocene pp. 917-936 Downloads
Stephanie Wakefield
Neighbourhood selection and neighbourhood matching: Choices, outcomes and social distance pp. 937-955 Downloads
William A. V. Clark, Rachel Ong ViforJ and N. T. Khuong Truong
‘Where the state freaks out’: Gentrification, Queerspaces and activism in postwar Beirut pp. 956-973 Downloads
John Nagle
The Zinshaus market and gentrification dynamics: The transformation of the historic housing stock in Vienna, 2007–2019 pp. 974-994 Downloads
Robert Musil, Florian Brand, Hannes Huemer and Maximilian Wonaschütz
A rhythmanalysis approach to understanding the vending-walking forms and everyday use of urban street space in Yuncheng, China pp. 995-1010 Downloads
Ziwen Sun
Changes in crime surrounding an urban home renovation and rebuild programme pp. 1011-1030 Downloads
Michelle Kondo, Michelle Degli Esposti, Jonathan Jay, Christopher N. Morrison, Bridget Freisthler, Claire Jones, Jingzhen Yang, Deena Chisolm, Charles Branas and Bernadette Hohl
How do tax-based revitalisation policies affect urban property development? Evidence from Bronzeville, Chicago pp. 1031-1047 Downloads
Minjee Kim
What determines pupils’ travel distance to school in China? A multilevel analysis of educational access in Beijing pp. 1048-1067 Downloads
Lili Xiang, Myles Gould and John Stillwell
Performing the ecological fix under state entrepreneurialism: A case study of Taihu New Town, China pp. 1068-1084 Downloads
Fangzhu Zhang and Fulong Wu
Do local start-ups and knowledge spillovers matter for firm-level R&D investment? pp. 1085-1102 Downloads
Frank Crowley and Declan Jordan

Volume 59, issue 4, 2022

Anchoring the social economy at the metropolitan scale: Findings from the Liverpool City Region pp. 675-697 Downloads
Matthew Thompson, Alan Southern and Helen Heap
Mind the rent gap: Blackstone, housing investment and the reordering of urban rent surfaces pp. 698-716 Downloads
Brett Christophers
Of political entrepreneurs: Assembling community and social capital in Hyderabad’s informal settlements pp. 717-733 Downloads
Indivar Jonnalagadda
Haphazard urbanisation: Urban informality, politics and power in Egypt pp. 734-749 Downloads
Deen Sharp
Mapping and making gangland: A legacy of redlining and enjoining gang neighbourhoods in Los Angeles pp. 750-770 Downloads
Stefano Bloch and Susan A. Phillips
The effect of film production studios on housing prices in Atlanta, the Hollywood of the South pp. 771-788 Downloads
Velma Zahirovic-Herbert and Karen M Gibler
Neighbourhood places, collective efficacy and crime: A longitudinal perspective pp. 789-809 Downloads
Renee Zahnow, Jonathan Corcoran, Anthony Kimpton and Rebecca Wickes
Housing wealth, mortgages and Australians’ labour force participation in later life pp. 810-833 Downloads
Rachel Ong, Gavin A Wood and Melek Cigdem
Spatial spillover effects of crime on private investment at nearby micro-places pp. 834-850 Downloads
Arthur Acolin, Rebecca J. Walter, Marie Skubak Tillyer, Johanna Lacoe and Raphael Bostic
The contingency of neighbourhood diversity: Variation of social context using mobile phone application data pp. 851-869 Downloads
Wenfei Xu
Inter-city transport infrastructure and intra-city housing markets: Estimating the redistribution effect of high-speed rail in Shenzhen, China pp. 870-889 Downloads
Zheng Chang and Mi Diao

Volume 59, issue 3, 2022

Introduction: Infrastructural stigma and urban vulnerability pp. 475-489 Downloads
Hanna Baumann and Haim Yacobi
Navigating stigma through everyday city-making: Gendered trajectories, politics and outcomes in the periphery of Lima pp. 490-508 Downloads
Adriana Allen
Coloniality and the political economy of gender: Edgework in Juárez City pp. 509-525 Downloads
Jennie Gamlin
Checkpoint urbanism: Violent infrastructures and border stigmas in the Juárez border region pp. 526-547 Downloads
Ricardo Martén and Camillo Boano
‘Your daily reality is rubbish’: Waste as a means of urban exclusion in the suspended spaces of East Jerusalem pp. 548-571 Downloads
Hanna Baumann and Manal Massalha
Beyond ‘causes of causes’: Health, stigma and the settler colonial urban territory in the Negev/Naqab pp. 572-590 Downloads
Haim Yacobi and Elya Lucy Milner
Making and unmaking masculinities in Cairo through sonic infrastructural violence pp. 591-607 Downloads
Maria Frederika Malmström
Accessing heat: Environmental stigma and ‘porous’ infrastructural configurations in Ulaanbaatar pp. 608-623 Downloads
Rebekah Plueckhahn
Transbordering assemblages: Power, agency and autonomy (re)producing health infrastructures in the South East of England pp. 624-640 Downloads
Carlos Moreno-Leguizamon and Marcela Tovar-Restrepo
‘Fountain’, from Victorian necessity to modern inconvenience: Contesting the death of public toilets pp. 641-662 Downloads
Catalina Pollak Williamson
Afterword: Citizenship and the politics of (im)material stigma and infrastructure pp. 663-671 Downloads
Charlotte Lemanski

Volume 59, issue 2, 2022

Doing comparative urbanism differently: Conjunctural cities and the stress-testing of urban theory pp. 263-280 Downloads
Özgür Sayın, Michael Hoyler and John Harrison
Incubators, accelerators and urban economic development pp. 281-300 Downloads
Margarida Madaleno, Max Nathan, Henry Overman and Sevrin Waights
Does better job accessibility help people gain employment? The role of public transport in Great Britain pp. 301-322 Downloads
Jeroen Bastiaanssen, Daniel Johnson and Karen Lucas
Neighbourhood accessibility and walkability of subsidised housing in shrinking US cities pp. 323-340 Downloads
Li Yin, Kelly Patterson, Robert Silverman, Laiyun Wu and Hao Zhang
Imagining the smart city through smart grids? Urban energy futures between technological experimentation and the imagined low-carbon city pp. 341-359 Downloads
Leslie Quitzow and Friederike Rohde
Do the characteristics of new green space contribute to gentrification? pp. 360-380 Downloads
Seung Kyum Kim and Longfeng Wu
A broom to the head: ‘Cleaning Day’ and the aesthetics of emergence in Dakar pp. 381-396 Downloads
Branwyn Poleykett
‘We need to put what we do in my dad’s language, in pounds, shillings and pence’: Commercialisation and the reshaping of public-sector planning in England pp. 397-413 Downloads
Jason Slade, Malcolm Tait and Andy Inch
Policing gentrification or policing displacement? Testing the relationship between order maintenance policing and neighbourhood change in Los Angeles pp. 414-433 Downloads
Charles R. Collins, Forrest Stuart and Patrick Janulis
What do residential lotteries show us about transportation choices? pp. 434-452 Downloads
Adam Millard-Ball, Jeremy West, Nazanin Rezaei and Garima Desai
The hack: What it is and why it matters to urban studies pp. 453-465 Downloads
Sophia Maalsen
Book review: Shaking Up the City: Ignorance, Inequality, and the Urban Question pp. 466-468 Downloads
Dallas Rogers
Book review: Forbearance as Redistribution: The Politics of Informal Welfare in Latin America pp. 469-470 Downloads
Irene Farah
ERRATUM to “‘Pray for transit’: Seeking transportation justice in metropolitan Atlanta†pp. 472-472 Downloads
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Volume 59, issue 1, 2022

Urban resilience pp. 3-35 Downloads
Edward L Glaeser
Zoning and affordability: A reply to Rodríguez-Pose and Storper pp. 36-58 Downloads
Michael Manville, Michael Lens and Paavo Monkkonen
Dodging the burden of proof: A reply to Manville, Lens and Mönkkönen pp. 59-74 Downloads
Andrés Rodríguez-Pose and Michael Storper
How do low-income commuters get to work in US and Mexican cities? A comparative empirical assessment pp. 75-96 Downloads
Erick Guerra, Shengxiao Li and Ariadna Reyes
Cycling mode choice amongst US commuters: The role of climate and topography pp. 97-119 Downloads
Justin Tyndall
When local access matters: A detailed analysis of place, neighbourhood amenities and travel choice pp. 120-139 Downloads
Erik Elldér, Katarina Haugen and Bertil Vilhelmson
The impact of immediate urban environments on people’s momentary happiness pp. 140-160 Downloads
Lingling Su, Suhong Zhou, Mei-Po Kwan, Yanwei Chai and Xue Zhang
Developing urban growth and urban quality: Entrepreneurial governance and urban redevelopment projects in Copenhagen and Hamburg pp. 161-177 Downloads
Jürgen Bruns-Berentelg, Luise Noring and Adam Grydehøj
On the long-run solution to aggregate housing systems pp. 178-196 Downloads
Geoffrey Meen, Alexander Mihailov and Yehui Wang
Airbnb and its potential impact on the London housing market pp. 197-221 Downloads
Zahratu Shabrina, Elsa Arcaute and Michael Batty
The effects of land price in the peri-urban fringe of Mexico City: Environmental amenities for informal land parcel purchasers pp. 222-241 Downloads
Estebania Teyeliz Martínez-Jiménez, Julie Le Gallo, Enrique Pérez-Campuzano and Alonso Aguilar Ibarra
The (de)territorialised appeal of international schools in China: Forging brands, boundaries and inter-belonging in segregated urban space pp. 242-258 Downloads
Lily Kong, Orlando Woods and Hong Zhu
Corrigendum to Dodging the burden of proof: A reply to Manville, Lens and Mönkkönen pp. 259-259 Downloads
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Forthcoming special issues in Urban Studies pp. 260-260 Downloads
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