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Volume 56, issue 13, 2019

Ronan Paddison (1945–2019): An Appreciation of an Academic Life pp. 2611-2615 Downloads
Andrew Cumbers and Chris Philo
Linking suburban youth in Madrid and Paris. The role of civil society structures in the integration of children from Muslim backgrounds pp. 2616-2634 Downloads
Cecilia Eseverri Mayer
Urban planners and the production of gated communities in China: A structure–agency approach pp. 2635-2653 Downloads
Kaihuai Liao, Rainer Wehrhahn and Werner Breitung
The evolution of inter-regional spatial mismatch in the USA: The role of skills and spatial structure pp. 2654-2669 Downloads
Tobias Theys, Nick Deschacht, Stef Adriaenssens and Dieter Verhaest
Migration, housing and attachment in urban gold mining settlements pp. 2670-2687 Downloads
Katherine V Gough, Paul WK Yankson and James Esson
Housing market resilience: Neighbourhood and metropolitan factors explaining resilience before and after the US housing crisis pp. 2688-2708 Downloads
Kyungsoon Wang
Rent gap reloaded: Airbnb and the shift from residential to touristic rental housing in the Palma Old Quarter in Mallorca, Spain pp. 2709-2726 Downloads
Ismael Yrigoy
Social capital and neighbourhood cooperation: Implications for development of the urban poor in LDCs pp. 2727-2745 Downloads
Toriqul Bashar and Glen Bramley
Circular cities pp. 2746-2762 Downloads
Joanna Williams
Gentrification in the wake of a hurricane: New Orleans after Katrina pp. 2763-2778 Downloads
Eric Joseph van Holm and Christopher K Wyczalkowski
Training, skill-upgrading and settlement intention of migrants: Evidence from China pp. 2779-2801 Downloads
Qing Wang, Ting Ren and Ti Liu
Urban consolidation, power relations, and dilapidated residential redevelopment in Mutoulong, Shenzhen, China pp. 2802-2819 Downloads
Xiang Li, Sun Sheng Han and Hao Wu
Unbundling negative and positive externalities of nature in cities: The influence of wild animals on housing prices pp. 2820-2836 Downloads
Dani Broitman, Vladimir Griskin and Daniel Czamanski
Book review: Cities in the Urban Age. A Dissent pp. 2837-2839 Downloads
Gerardo del Cerro Santamaría
Book review: The New Arab Urban: Gulf Cities of Wealth, Ambition, and Distress pp. 2840-2842 Downloads
Leslie Sklair
Book review: Skateboarding and the City: A Complete History pp. 2842-2844 Downloads
Jack Layton

Volume 56, issue 4, 2019

Jakarta’s great land transformation: Hybrid neoliberalisation and informality pp. 627-648 Downloads
Suryono Herlambang, Helga Leitner, Liong Ju Tjung, Eric Sheppard and Dimitar Anguelov
Urban megaprojects, nation-state politics and regulatory capitalism in Central and Eastern Europe: The Belgrade Waterfront project pp. 649-671 Downloads
Monika Grubbauer and Nebojša Čamprag
Minor stadiums, major effects? Patterns and sources of redevelopment surrounding minor league baseball stadiums pp. 672-688 Downloads
Eric Joseph van Holm
The performance of transparency in public–private infrastructure project governance: The politics of documentary practices pp. 689-704 Downloads
Mariana Valverde and Aaron Moore
Urban virtues and the innovative city: An experiment in placing innovation in Edmonton, Canada pp. 705-721 Downloads
Kevin Edson Jones, Michael Granzow and Rob Shields
Informal and ubiquitous: Colonias, premature subdivisions and other unplanned suburbs on America’s urban fringe pp. 722-740 Downloads
Noah J Durst
Planners’ role in accommodating citizen disagreement: The case of Dutch urban planning pp. 741-759 Downloads
Esin Özdemir and Tuna Tasan-Kok
Residential choices of foreign highly skilled workers in the Netherlands and the role of neighbourhood and urban regional characteristics pp. 760-777 Downloads
Pascal Beckers and Sanne Boschman
Re-assembling sustainable food cities: An exploration of translocal governance and its multiple agencies pp. 778-794 Downloads
Ana Moragues-Faus and Roberta Sonnino
The built environment and trip chaining behaviour revisited: The joint effects of the modifiable areal unit problem and tour purpose pp. 795-817 Downloads
Liya Yang, Lingqian Hu and Zhenbo Wang
The value of Twitter data for determining the emotional responses of people to urban green spaces: A case study and critical evaluation pp. 818-835 Downloads
Helen Roberts, Jon Sadler and Lee Chapman
The manipulations of time: On the temporal embeddedness of urban insecurity pp. 836-851 Downloads
Daniel E Agbiboa

Volume 56, issue 3, 2019

Transcending (in)formal urbanism pp. 475-487 Downloads
Michele Acuto, Cecilia Dinardi and Colin Marx
A culture of informality pp. 488-493 Downloads
Néstor García Canclini
Knowing urban informalities pp. 494-509 Downloads
Colin Marx and Emily Kelling
Electricity services always in the making: Informality and the work of infrastructure maintenance and repair in an African city pp. 510-525 Downloads
Idalina Baptista
‘Freelance isn’t free.’ Co-working as a critical urban practice to cope with informality in creative labour markets pp. 526-547 Downloads
Janet Merkel
Cautious occupiers and restrained bureaucrats: Schwarzwohnen in the German Democratic Republic. Somewhat different from squatting pp. 548-560 Downloads
Udo Grashoff
Tacit networks, crucial care: Informal networks and disaster response in Nepal’s 2015 Gorkha earthquake pp. 561-577 Downloads
Rocio Carrero, Michele Acuto, Asaf Tzachor, Niraj Subedi, Ben Campbell and Long Seng To
Ins and outs of the cultural polis: Informality, culture and governance in the global South pp. 578-593 Downloads
Jenny Mbaye and Cecilia Dinardi
Towards a multi-scalar reading of informality in Delft, South Africa: Weaving the ‘everyday’ with wider structural tracings pp. 594-611 Downloads
Liza Rose Cirolia and Suraya Scheba
Formality as exception pp. 612-615 Downloads
Andy Pratt
Contests over value: From the informal to the popular pp. 616-619 Downloads
AbdouMaliq Simone
Thinking with and beyond the informal–formal relation in urban thought pp. 620-623 Downloads
Colin McFarlane

Volume 56, issue 2, 2019

Paradigm or paradox? The ‘cumbersome impasse’ of the participatory turn in Brazilian urban planning pp. 271-287 Downloads
Abigail Friendly and Kristine Stiphany
The analysis of residential sorting trends: Measuring disparities in socio-spatial mobility pp. 288-300 Downloads
Tal Modai-Snir and Pnina Plaut
If we are flâneurs, can we be cosmopolitans? pp. 301-316 Downloads
Bart van Leeuwen
How attitudes towards immigrants are shaped by residential context: The role of ethnic diversity dynamics and immigrant visibility pp. 317-334 Downloads
Sjoerdje van Heerden and Didier Ruedin
Intergroup relations in a super-diverse neighbourhood: The dynamics of population composition, context and community pp. 335-351 Downloads
Claire Bynner
Everyday urbanism and the everyday state: Negotiating habitat in allotment gardens in Berlin pp. 352-367 Downloads
Hanna Hilbrandt
How family networks drive residential location choices: Evidence from a stated preference field experiment in Bogotá, Colombia pp. 368-384 Downloads
Aiga Stokenberga
Chronic urban trauma: The slow violence of housing dispossession pp. 385-400 Downloads
Rachel Pain
Ordering power? The politics of state-led housing delivery under authoritarianism – the case of Luanda, Angola pp. 401-418 Downloads
Sylvia Croese and M Anne Pitcher
Unruly bodies and dangerous spaces: Masculinity and the geography of ‘dreadful enclosures’ pp. 419-433 Downloads
Linda McDowell and Anna Harris
Neighbourhood effects in cross-Atlantic perspective: A longitudinal analysis of impacts on intergenerational mobility in the USA and Germany pp. 434-451 Downloads
Junia Howell
Why bright city lights dazzle and illuminate: A cognitive science approach to urban promises pp. 452-470 Downloads
Rodrigo Cardoso, Evert Meijers, Maarten van Ham, Martijn Burger and Duco de Vos

Volume 56, issue 1, 2019

Neighbourhood effects and beyond: Explaining the paradoxes of inequality in the changing American metropolis pp. 3-32 Downloads
Robert J Sampson
Urban China through the lens of neoliberalism: Is a conceptual twist enough? pp. 33-43 Downloads
Yu Zhou, George CS Lin and Jun Zhang
Knowledge circulation in urban geography/urban studies, 1990–2010: Testing the discourse of Anglo-American hegemony through publication and citation patterns pp. 44-80 Downloads
Lily Kong and Junxi Qian
Global cities and the geographical transfer of value pp. 81-96 Downloads
Christof Parnreiter
Global expertise, local convincing power: Management consultants and preserving the entrepreneurial city pp. 97-114 Downloads
Anne Vogelpohl
Social and economic consequences of black residential segregation by neighbourhood socioeconomic characteristics: The case of Metropolitan Detroit pp. 115-130 Downloads
Joe Darden, Ron Malega and Rebecca Stallings
Migrant belonging, social location and the neighbourhood: Recent migrants in East London and Birmingham pp. 131-146 Downloads
Susanne Wessendorf
Foreign in a domestic sense: Puerto Rico’s debt crisis and paradoxes in critical urban studies pp. 147-166 Downloads
Heather Whiteside
Accessibility planning in American metropolitan areas: Are we there yet? pp. 167-192 Downloads
David G Proffitt, Keith Bartholomew, Reid Ewing and Harvey J Miller
A problem with observational equivalence: Disentangling the renter illusion hypothesis pp. 193-209 Downloads
Roberto Dell’Anno and Jorge Martinez-Vazquez
Inter-generational housing inequalities: ‘Baby Boomers’ versus the ‘Millennials’ pp. 210-225 Downloads
Jennifer Hoolachan and Kim McKee
Neighbourhood social conduits and resident social cohesion pp. 226-248 Downloads
Rebecca Wickes, Renee Zahnow, Jonathan Corcoran and John R Hipp
Encounters with the centaur state: Advanced urban marginality and the practices and ethics of welfare sanctions regimes pp. 249-265 Downloads
John Flint
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