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Volume 58, issue 4, 2021

Polycentric regions: Proposals for a new typology and terminology pp. 677-695 Downloads
Angelika Münter and Kati Volgmann
Neighbourhoods, networks and unemployment: The role of neighbourhood disadvantage and local networks in taking up work pp. 696-714 Downloads
Leen Vandecasteele and Anette Eva Fasang
Community interactions and sanitation use by the urban poor: Survey evidence from India’s slums pp. 715-732 Downloads
YuJung Julia Lee and Tiffany Radcliff
On whose land is the city to be built? Farmers, donors and the urban land question in Beira city, Mozambique pp. 733-749 Downloads
Murtah Shannon, Kei Otsuki, Annelies Zoomers and Mayke Kaag
Socioeconomic variations and disparity in space–time accessibility in suburban China: A case study of Guangzhou pp. 750-768 Downloads
Zifeng Chen and Anthony Gar-On Yeh
Urban robotic experimentation: San Francisco, Tokyo and Dubai pp. 769-786 Downloads
Aidan H While, Simon Marvin and Mateja Kovacic
The association between residential housing prices, bicycle infrastructure and ridership volumes pp. 787-808 Downloads
Lindsey Conrow, Siân Mooney and Elizabeth A Wentz
Examining building age, rental housing and price filtering for affordability in Melbourne, Australia pp. 809-825 Downloads
Matthew Palm, Katrina Eve Raynor and Georgia Warren-Myers
Locating the public interest in mega infrastructure planning: The case of Sydney’s WestConnex pp. 826-844 Downloads
Glen Searle and Crystal Legacy
Immigrants’ spatial integration dynamics in Tel-Aviv: An analysis of residential mobility and sorting pp. 845-862 Downloads
Tal Modai-Snir and Pnina O. Plaut
Reflections on five years of the Summer Institute in Urban Studies pp. 863-878 Downloads
Kevin Ward and Timothy Bunnell
Erratum to “Neighbourhoods, networks and unemployment: The role of neighbourhood disadvantage and local networks in taking up work†pp. NP1-NP1 Downloads
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Volume 58, issue 3, 2021

Smart cities: Between worlding and provincialising pp. 461-470 Downloads
Ryan Burns, Victoria Fast, Anthony Levenda and Byron Miller
The smart city and the containment of informality: The case of Dubai pp. 471-486 Downloads
Harris Breslow
Data-driven governance, smart urbanism and risk-class inequalities: Security and social credit in China pp. 487-506 Downloads
Dean Curran and Alan Smart
Latin American smart cities: Between worlding infatuation and crawling provincialising pp. 507-534 Downloads
Clara Irazábal and Paola Jirón
The frontier of digital opportunity: Smart city implementation in small, rural and remote communities in Canada pp. 535-558 Downloads
Zachary Spicer, Nicole Goodman and Nathan Olmstead
Provincialising smart urbanism in Taipei: The smart city as a strategy for urban regime transition pp. 559-580 Downloads
I-Chun Catherine Chang, Sue-Ching Jou and Ming-Kuang Chung
From smart to rebel city? Worlding, provincialising and the Barcelona Model pp. 581-600 Downloads
Greig Charnock, Hug March and Ramon Ribera-Fumaz
Placebo urban interventions: Observing Smart City narratives in Santiago de Chile pp. 601-620 Downloads
Paola Jirón, Walter A Imilán, Carlos Lange and Pablo Mansilla
Worlding infrastructure in the global South: Philippine experiments and the art of being ‘smart’ pp. 621-638 Downloads
Morgan Mouton
Everyday urbanisms and the importance of place: Exploring the elements of the emancipatory smart city pp. 639-654 Downloads
Nancy Odendaal
Worlding and provincialising smart cities: From individual case studies to a global comparative research agenda pp. 655-673 Downloads
Byron Miller, Kevin Ward, Ryan Burns, Victoria Fast and Anthony Levenda

Volume 58, issue 2, 2021

Extended urbanisation and the spatialities of infectious disease: Demographic change, infrastructure and governance pp. 245-263 Downloads
Creighton Connolly, Roger Keil and S. Harris Ali
Do rising rents lead to longer commutes? A gravity model of commuting flows in Ireland pp. 264-279 Downloads
Achim Ahrens and Sean Lyons
Explaining transit expenses in US urbanised areas: Urban scale, spatial form and fiscal capacity pp. 280-296 Downloads
Jerry Zhirong Zhao, Shengnan Lou, Camila Fonseca, Richard Feiock and Ruowen Shen
A regional growth ecology, a great wall of capital and a metropolitan housing market pp. 297-315 Downloads
David Ley
Governing the night-time city: The rise of night mayors as a new form of urban governance after dark pp. 316-334 Downloads
Andreina Seijas and Mirik Milan Gelders
The spatial varying relationship between services of the train network and residential property values in Melbourne, Australia pp. 335-354 Downloads
Qianyao Li, Junwu Wang, Judith Callanan, Binbin Lu and Zeng Guo
Rebalancing the rhetoric: A normative analysis of enforcement in street homelessness policy pp. 355-371 Downloads
Sarah Johnsen, Beth Watts and Suzanne Fitzpatrick
Understanding children’s perceptions and activities in urban public spaces: The case study of Zrêbar Lake Waterfront in Kurdistan pp. 372-388 Downloads
Soran Mansournia, Bakhtiar Bahrami, Leila Mahmoudi Farahani and Farshid Aram
The financialisation of housing land supply in England pp. 389-404 Downloads
Quintin Bradley
Mapping gentrification and displacement pressure: An exploration of four distinct methodologies pp. 405-424 Downloads
Benjamin Preis, Aarthi Janakiraman, Alex Bob and Justin Steil
Public realm ethnography: (Non-)Participation, co-presence and the challenge of situated multiplicity pp. 425-440 Downloads
Alasdair Jones
Book review symposium pp. 441-452 Downloads
Ross Beveridge, Virginie Mamadouh, Berna Turam, Walter Nicholls and Justus L Uitermark
Book review: Sur le front de la métropole: Une géographie suburbaine de Los Angeles pp. 453-455 Downloads
William Kutz
Book review: Urban Asias: Essays on Futurity Past and Present pp. 455-457 Downloads
Keng-Khoon Ng

Volume 58, issue 1, 2021

Planetary Silicon Valley: Deconstructing New York’s innovation complex pp. 3-35 Downloads
Sharon Zukin
Anchoring Urban Development: Globalisation, Attractiveness and Complexity pp. 36-52 Downloads
Olivier Crevoisier and Delphine Rime
Persistence and cyclical dynamics of US and UK house prices: Evidence from over 150 years of data pp. 53-72 Downloads
Giorgio Canarella, Luis Gil-Alana, Rangan Gupta and Stephen Miller
The social life of transport infrastructures: Masculinities and everyday mobilities in Kolkata pp. 73-89 Downloads
Romit Chowdhury
Urban green boosterism and city affordability: For whom is the ‘branded’ green city? pp. 90-112 Downloads
Melissa Garcia-Lamarca, Isabelle Anguelovski, Helen Cole, James JT Connolly, Lucía Argüelles, Francesc Baró, Stephanie Loveless, Carmen Pérez del Pulgar Frowein and Galia Shokry
Price adjustment in the London housing market pp. 113-130 Downloads
Robert Webb, Duncan Watson and Steven Cook
Urban conditions for the rise of the far right in the global city of Frankfurt: From austerity urbanism, post-democracy and gentrification to regressive collectivity pp. 131-147 Downloads
Daniel Mullis
Speculative homemaking: Women’s labour, class mobility and the affect of homeownership in South Korea pp. 148-163 Downloads
Hae Yeon Choo
Shrinking cities: Implications for planning cultures? pp. 164-181 Downloads
Karina Pallagst, René Fleschurz, Svenja Nothof and Tetsuji Uemura
A novel hedonic price modelling approach for estimating the impact of transportation infrastructure on property prices pp. 182-202 Downloads
Scott N Lieske, Ryan van den Nouwelant, Jung Hoon Han and Christopher Pettit
Gendered mobility and violence in the São Paulo metro, Brazil pp. 203-222 Downloads
Gustavo Carvalho Moreira and Vania Aparecida Ceccato
Finance and growth nexus: An international analysis across cities pp. 223-242 Downloads
Stefanos Ioannou and Dariusz Wójcik

Volume 57, issue 16, 2020

Contractual arrangements and entrepreneurial governance: Flexibility and leeway in urban regeneration projects pp. 3217-3235 Downloads
Martijn van den Hurk and Tuna Tasan-Kok
What’s so special about character? pp. 3236-3251 Downloads
Mario A. Fernandez and Shane L. Martin
Producing ‘luxury’ housing: Developers’ strategies and housing advertisements in Hong Kong (1961–2011) pp. 3252-3280 Downloads
Wing Yee Kimburley Choi, Annie HN Chan and Anita KW Chan
The data-technology nexus in South African secondary cities: The challenges to smart governance pp. 3281-3298 Downloads
Rushil Ranchod
The ambiguity of diversity: Management of ethnic and class transitions in a gentrifying local shopping street pp. 3299-3314 Downloads
Emil van Eck, Iris Hagemans and Jan Rath
Cultivating beneficiary citizenship in urban community gardens in Metro Manila pp. 3315-3330 Downloads
Kristian Saguin
The social politics of dispossession: Informal institutions and land expropriation in China pp. 3331-3346 Downloads
Karita Kan
Urban house prices and investments in small and medium-sized industrial firms: Evidence from provinces of Iran pp. 3347-3362 Downloads
Hassan Gholipour Fereidouni
Neighbourhood effects on acculturation attitudes among minority and majority adolescents in Germany pp. 3363-3380 Downloads
David Kretschmer and Hanno Kruse
Temporary use in England’s core cities: Looking beyond the exceptional pp. 3381-3401 Downloads
Michael Martin, Stephen Hincks and Iain Deas
Effects of green space on walking: Does size, shape and density matter? pp. 3402-3420 Downloads
Xiaohu Zhang, Scott Melbourne, Chinmoy Sarkar, Alain Chiaradia and Chris Webster
Book review: The Mathematics of Urban Morphology pp. 3421-3423 Downloads
Cui Liu
Book review: CityMakers: Tribulations & Triumphs – A Saga of Heroic Struggles of the Homeless Residents in India pp. 3423-3425 Downloads
Tanya Sharma
Book review: Ruined Skylines: Aesthetics, Politics and London’s Towering Cityscape pp. 3425-3427 Downloads
Esther Leslie
Book review symposium: Crisis Spaces: Structures, Struggles and Solidarity in Southern Europe pp. 3428-3445 Downloads
David Featherstone, Óscar García Agustín, Sara González, Penny Koutrolikou and Costis Hadjimichalis

Volume 57, issue 15, 2020

Transnational gentrification: The crossroads of transnational mobility and urban research pp. 3009-3024 Downloads
Matthew Hayes and Hila Zaban
Transnational gentrification, tourism and the formation of ‘foreign only’ enclaves in Barcelona pp. 3025-3043 Downloads
Agustin Cocola-Gant and Antonio Lopez-Gay
Gentrification, transnational gentrification and touristification in Seville, Spain pp. 3044-3059 Downloads
Jaime Jover and Ibán Díaz-Parra
The coloniality of UNESCO’s heritage urban landscapes: Heritage process and transnational gentrification in Cuenca, Ecuador pp. 3060-3077 Downloads
Matthew Hayes
Digital nomads in siliconising Cluj: Material and allegorical double dispossession pp. 3078-3094 Downloads
Erin McElroy
Platform-mediated short-term rentals and gentrification in Madrid pp. 3095-3115 Downloads
Alvaro Ardura Urquiaga, Iñigo Lorente-Riverola and Javier Ruiz Sanchez
The real estate foothold in the Holy Land: Transnational gentrification in Jerusalem pp. 3116-3134 Downloads
Hila Zaban
Unpacking commercial gentrification in central Paris pp. 3135-3150 Downloads
Eve Bantman-Masum
Foreigners as gentrifiers and tourists in a Mexican historic district pp. 3151-3168 Downloads
David Navarrete Escobedo
Touristification, transnational gentrification and urban change in Lisbon: The neighbourhood of Alfama pp. 3169-3189 Downloads
Jorge Sequera and Jordi Nofre
New directions in transnational gentrification: Tourism-led, state-led and lifestyle-led urban transformations pp. 3190-3201 Downloads
Thomas Sigler and David Wachsmuth
‘Post-pandemic’ transnational gentrifications: A critical outlook pp. 3202-3214 Downloads
Georgia Alexandri and Michael Janoschka

Volume 57, issue 14, 2020

Urban green gentrification in an unequal world of climate change pp. 2803-2816 Downloads
Anders Blok
The complexity of diversity in reality: Perceptions of urban diversity pp. 2817-2832 Downloads
Rikke Skovgaard Nielsen and Anne Hedegaard Winther
Belonging and the intergenerational transmission of place identity: Reflections on a British inner-city neighbourhood pp. 2833-2849 Downloads
Diane Frost and Gemma Catney
Environmental ethics in the perception of urban planners: A case study of four city councils pp. 2850-2867 Downloads
Melissa Pineda Pinto
Transforming the relational dynamics of urban governance: How social innovation research can create a trajectory for learning and change pp. 2868-2884 Downloads
Koen Bartels
Rigour and rigour mortis? Planning, calculative rationality, and forces of stability and change pp. 2885-2900 Downloads
Iain White
Unravelling the role of green entrepreneurs in urban sustainability transitions: A case study of China’s Solar City pp. 2901-2917 Downloads
Zhen Yu and David Gibbs
Informal urbanism and the Internet of Things: Reliability, trust and the reconfiguration of infrastructure pp. 2918-2935 Downloads
Joseph Chambers and James Evans
The city that the metro system built: Urban transformations and modalities of integrated planning in Stockholm pp. 2936-2955 Downloads
Alexander Paulsson
Community-driven disorder reduction: Crime prevention through a clean and green initiative in a legacy city pp. 2956-2972 Downloads
Jesenia M. Pizarro, Richard C. Sadler, Jason Goldstick, Brandon Turchan, Edmund F. McGarrell and Marc A. Zimmerman
Investigating China’s Mid-Yangtze River economic growth region using a spatial network growth model pp. 2973-2993 Downloads
Shuai Shi and Kathy Pain
Book review: The Address Book. What Street Addresses Reveal About Identity, Race, Wealth, and Power pp. 2994-2996 Downloads
Richard Harris
Book review: Building new knowledge about natures, ecologies and sustainability: A review article pp. 2996-3002 Downloads
Gerardo del Cerro Santamaría
Book review: Making Urban Theory: Learning and Unlearning Through Southern Cities pp. 3002-3005 Downloads
Julie Ren

Volume 57, issue 13, 2020

The kaleidoscope of gentrification in post-socialist cities pp. 2591-2611 Downloads
Jan Kubeš and Zoltán Kovács
The middle classes and the subjective representation of urban space in Santiago de Chile pp. 2612-2627 Downloads
Luis Fuentes and Oscar Mac-Clure
Social policies, financial markets and the multi-scalar governance of affordable housing in Toronto pp. 2628-2645 Downloads
Beibei Zhang
Estimating the local employment impacts of immigration: A dynamic spatial panel model pp. 2646-2662 Downloads
Bernard Fingleton, Daniel Olner and Gwilym Pryce
Socioeconomic status and long-term exposure to disadvantaged neighbourhoods in France pp. 2663-2680 Downloads
Haley McAvay
‘The tiger’s leap’: The role of history in legitimating the authority of modern Chinese planners pp. 2681-2696 Downloads
Xin Feng and Kiera Chapman
Governing the multicultural city: Europe’s ‘great urban expectations’ facing austerity and resurgent nativism pp. 2697-2714 Downloads
Licia Cianetti
Making the silicon cape of Africa: Tales, theories and the narration of startup urbanism pp. 2715-2732 Downloads
Andrea Pollio
Long-term neighbourhood effects on immigrant self-employment pp. 2733-2753 Downloads
Sofia Wixe
Bargaining power in apartment sales in Corsica: A latent class approach pp. 2754-2772 Downloads
Steven Caudill, Claudio Detotto and Dominique Prunetti
Urban expansion and neighbourhood commuting patterns in the Beijing metropolitan region: A multilevel analysis pp. 2773-2793 Downloads
Cecilia Wong, Wei Zheng and Miao Qiao
Book review: Neighbourhoods for the City in Pacific Asia pp. 2794-2796 Downloads
Creighton Connolly
Book review: About Star Architecture. Reflecting on Cities in Europe pp. 2796-2799 Downloads
Alberto Vanolo

Volume 57, issue 12, 2020

Gentrifiers, distinction, and social preservation: A case study in consumption on Mount Pleasant Street in Washington, DC pp. 2383-2401 Downloads
Andrew Riely
Measuring polycentricity via network flows, spatial interaction and percolation pp. 2402-2422 Downloads
Somwrita Sarkar, Hao Wu and David Levinson
Politics of neutrality: Urban knowledge practices and everyday formalisation in Karachi’s waterscape pp. 2423-2439 Downloads
Usmaan Farooqui
Negotiating polyvocal strategies: Re-reading de Certeau through the lens of urban planning in South Africa pp. 2440-2455 Downloads
Lauren Andres, Phil Jones, Stuart Paul Denoon-Stevens and Melgaço Lorena
Park futures: Excavating images of tomorrow’s urban green spaces pp. 2456-2472 Downloads
Anna Barker, Adam Crawford, Nathan Booth and David Churchill
Informal urbanisation and clientelism: Measuring the global relationship pp. 2473-2490 Downloads
Chandan Deuskar
Neighbourhood-scale public spaces, inter-group attitudes and migrant integration in Beijing, China pp. 2491-2509 Downloads
Zhilin Liu, Yiming Tan and Yanwei Chai
Cohabiting commerce in a transport hub: Peoples as infrastructure in Lagos, Nigeria pp. 2510-2526 Downloads
Allen Hai Xiao and Kudus Oluwatoyin Adebayo
Vehicle quota control, transport infrastructure investment and vehicle travel: A pseudo panel analysis pp. 2527-2546 Downloads
Siqi Song, Chen-Chieh Feng and Mi Diao
Rent-seeking middle classes and the short-term rental business in inner-city Lima pp. 2547-2563 Downloads
Mirtha Lorena del Castillo and Christien Klaufus
State rescaling and large-scale urban development projects in China: The case of Lingang New Town, Shanghai pp. 2564-2581 Downloads
Jie Li and Rebecca Lai Har Chiu
Book review: Historical Maps and Classical Thoughts of Human Settlements in Chinese Cities pp. 2582-2585 Downloads
Clifford Pearson
Book review: Urban Energy Landscapes pp. 2585-2588 Downloads
Madlen Kobi

Volume 57, issue 11, 2020

Why does everyone think cities can save the planet? pp. 2201-2221 Downloads
Hillary Angelo and David Wachsmuth
Flows in formation: The global-urban networks of climate change adaptation pp. 2222-2240 Downloads
Kian Goh
Urban sustainability and counter-sustainability: Spatial contradictions and conflicts in policy and governance in the Freiburg and Calgary metropolitan regions pp. 2241-2262 Downloads
Byron Miller and Samuel Mössner
Leveraging Bogotá: Sustainable development, global philanthropy and the rise of urban solutionism pp. 2263-2281 Downloads
Sergio Montero
Urbanising territory: The contradictions of eco-cityism at the industrial margins, Duwamish River, Seattle pp. 2282-2299 Downloads
Nik Janos
Renewable energy, sustainability paradox and the post-urban question pp. 2300-2320 Downloads
Pushpa Arabindoo
Urban parks and urban problems: An historical perspective on green space development as a cultural fix pp. 2321-2338 Downloads
Kevin Loughran
Visualising sustainability at the Olympics pp. 2339-2356 Downloads
John Lauermann
An urban political ecology for a world of cities pp. 2357-2370 Downloads
Roger Keil
Beyond tabulated utopias: Action and contradiction in urban environments pp. 2371-2379 Downloads
Vanesa Castán Broto

Volume 57, issue 10, 2020

The dynamics of poverty, employment and access to amenities in polycentric cities: Measuring the decentralisation of poverty and its impacts in England and Wales pp. 2015-2030 Downloads
Meng Le Zhang and Gwilym Pryce
Transformative city branding and the evolution of the entrepreneurial city: The case of ‘Brand New Helsinki’ pp. 2031-2046 Downloads
Salla Jokela
Convivial encounters: Conditions for the urban social inclusion of people with intellectual and psychiatric disabilities pp. 2047-2063 Downloads
Femmianne Bredewold, Alke Haarsma, Evelien Tonkens and Marja Jager
Dreaming dialectically: The death and life of the Mexico City charter for the right to the city pp. 2064-2079 Downloads
Ben Gerlofs
Compact cities and economic productivity in Mexico pp. 2080-2097 Downloads
Paavo Monkkonen, Jorge Montejano, Erick Guerra and Camilo Caudillo
Conceptualising ‘generative power’: Evidence from the city-regions of England pp. 2098-2114 Downloads
Mark Sandford
Impacts of a multi-scale built environment and its corresponding moderating effects on commute duration in China pp. 2115-2130 Downloads
Bindong Sun and Chun Yin
Lively cities made in sound: A study of the sonic sensibilities of listening and hearing in Wollongong, New South Wales pp. 2131-2146 Downloads
Gordon Waitt, Ian Buchanan and Michelle Duffy
The shapes of US cities: Revisiting the classic population density functions using crowdsourced geospatial data pp. 2147-2162 Downloads
Yi Qiang, Jinwen Xu and Guohui Zhang
Preserving the (right kind of) city: The urban politics of the middle classes in Belo Horizonte, Brazil pp. 2163-2180 Downloads
Mara Nogueira
Analysing urban policy discourses using textometry: An application to French urban transport plans (2000–2015) pp. 2181-2197 Downloads
Thomas Buhler and Virginie Lethier

Volume 57, issue 9, 2020

Infrastructure imaginaries: The politics of light rail projects in the age of neoliberalism pp. 1811-1826 Downloads
Kristian Olesen
The world-class city comes by tramway: Reframing Casablanca’s urban peripheries through public transport pp. 1827-1844 Downloads
Raffael Beier
Insurgent planner: Transgressing the technocratic state of postcolonial Jakarta pp. 1845-1865 Downloads
Prathiwi Widyatmi Putri
City size and housing purchase intention: Evidence from rural–urban migrants in China pp. 1866-1886 Downloads
Yanjiao Song and Chuanyong Zhang
Assembling street vending pp. 1887-1902 Downloads
Mojgan Taheri Tafti
Heterogeneity of public participation in urban redevelopment in Chinese cities: Beijing versus Guangzhou pp. 1903-1919 Downloads
Lin Zhang, Yanliu Lin, Pieter Hooimeijer and Stan Geertman
The attraction of urban cores: Densification in Dutch city centres pp. 1920-1939 Downloads
Dani Broitman and Eric Koomen
How collectively organised residents in marginalised urban settlements secure multiple basic service enhancements: Evidence from Hyderabad, India pp. 1940-1956 Downloads
Gregory Pierce
Standardised difference: Challenging uniform lighting through standards and regulation pp. 1957-1976 Downloads
Casper Laing Ebbensgaard
Cementing Africa: Cement flows and city-making along the West African corridor (Accra, Lomé, Cotonou, Lagos) pp. 1977-1993 Downloads
Armelle Choplin
Urban climate governance informed by behavioural insights: A commentary and research agenda pp. 1994-2007 Downloads
Jeroen van der Heijden
Book review: Class, Ethnicity and State in the Polarized Metropolis: Putting Wacquant to Work pp. 2008-2010 Downloads
Keith Jacobs
Book review: City Water Matters: Cultures, Practices and Entanglements of Urban Water pp. 2010-2012 Downloads
Edward Wigley

Volume 57, issue 8, 2020

Urban Studies Best Article 2019 pp. 1599-1599 Downloads
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Distributive politics in China: Regional favouritism and expansion of construction land pp. 1600-1619 Downloads
Shenghua Lu and Hui Wang
A longitudinal analysis of the effect of public rail infrastructure on proximate residential property transactions pp. 1620-1641 Downloads
Edmund Zolnik
The variegated role of the state in different gated neighbourhoods in China pp. 1642-1659 Downloads
Tingting Lu, Fangzhu Zhang and Fulong Wu
Urban sprawl and the emergence of food deserts in the USA pp. 1660-1675 Downloads
Shima Hamidi
On contested water governance and the making of urban financialisation: Exploring the case of metropolitan São Paulo, Brazil pp. 1676-1695 Downloads
Jeroen Klink, Vanessa Lucena Empinotti and Marcelo Aversa
Moving away from opportunity? Social networks and access to social services pp. 1696-1713 Downloads
Jae Sik Jeon
Housing wealth and household consumption in urban China pp. 1714-1732 Downloads
Zekai He, Jingjing Ye and Xiuzhen Shi
In search of the Smart Citizen: Republican and cybernetic citizenship in the smart city pp. 1733-1748 Downloads
Dorien Zandbergen and Justus Uitermark
Housing abandonment in shrinking cities of East Asia: Case study in Incheon, South Korea pp. 1749-1767 Downloads
Youngmee Jeon and Saehoon Kim
Continuities and discontinuities of Russian urban housing: The Soviet housing experiment in historical long-term perspective pp. 1768-1785 Downloads
Alexander Kalyukin and Sebastian Kohl
The ‘reverse bamboo network’: Sociocultural dialectics of China’s FDI in housing (FDIH) in Iskandar Malaysia pp. 1786-1802 Downloads
Hasniyati Hamzah
Book review: The Promise of Infrastructure pp. 1803-1806 Downloads
Cynthia Browne
Book review: Driving toward Modernity: Cars and the Lives of the Middle Class in Contemporary China pp. 1806-1808 Downloads
Pengfei Li

Volume 57, issue 7, 2020

Governing resilient cities for planetary flourishing in the Asia-Pacific pp. 1359-1371 Downloads
Michelle Ann Miller, Mike Douglass and Jonathan Rigg
Ancient and current resilience in the Chengdu Plain: Agropolitan development re-‘revisited’ pp. 1372-1397 Downloads
Daniel B Abramson
Governing urban gardens for resilient cities: Examining the ‘Garden City Initiative’ in Taipei pp. 1398-1416 Downloads
Jeffrey Hou
Recognising the edible urban commons: Cultivating latent capacities for transformative governance in Singapore pp. 1417-1433 Downloads
Huiying Ng
Urban resilience through progressive governance: The case of the ‘One Less Nuclear Power Plant’ policy, Seoul, Korea pp. 1434-1451 Downloads
Myung-Rae Cho
Transformative urbanism and reproblematising land scarcity in Hong Kong pp. 1452-1468 Downloads
Mee Kam Ng
Towards a politics of urban climate responsibility: Insights from Hong Kong and Singapore pp. 1469-1484 Downloads
Sara Fuller
From resilience to multi-species flourishing: (Re)imagining urban-environmental governance in Penang, Malaysia pp. 1485-1501 Downloads
Creighton Connolly
Cities and the Anthropocene: Urban governance for the new era of regenerative cities pp. 1502-1519 Downloads
Giles Thomson and Peter Newman
Megaprojects and the limits of ‘green resilience’ in the global South: Two cases from Malaysia and Qatar pp. 1520-1535 Downloads
Agatino Rizzo
Contesting imaginaries in the Australian city: Urban planning, public storytelling and the implications for climate change pp. 1536-1552 Downloads
Emily Potter
Hydrating Hyderabad: Rapid urbanisation, water scarcity and the difficulties and possibilities of human flourishing pp. 1553-1569 Downloads
Diganta Das and Tracey Skelton
Exploring the consequences of climate-related displacement for just resilience in Vietnam pp. 1570-1587 Downloads
Fiona Miller
Commentary: Inequality, precarity and sustainable ecosystems as elements of urban resilience pp. 1588-1595 Downloads
W Neil Adger, Ricardo Safra de Campos, Tasneem Siddiqui and Lucy Szaboova

Volume 57, issue 6, 2020

To extend: Temporariness in a world of itineraries pp. 1127-1142 Downloads
AbdouMaliq Simone
Do gentrifying neighbourhoods have less community? Evidence from Philadelphia pp. 1143-1163 Downloads
Joseph Gibbons, Michael S Barton and Timothy T Reling
Reform and resistance: The political economy of land and planning reform in Kenya pp. 1164-1183 Downloads
Ellen Bassett
How elite sport helps to foster and maintain a neoliberal culture: The ‘branding’ of Melbourne, Australia pp. 1184-1200 Downloads
Alistair John and Brent McDonald
Administrative restructuring and urban development in China: Effects of urban administrative level upgrading pp. 1201-1223 Downloads
Jiejing Wang and Anthony GO Yeh
The contribution of intergroup neighbouring to community participation: Evidence from Shanghai pp. 1224-1242 Downloads
Zheng Wang, Fangzhu Zhang and Fulong Wu
Gentrifiers and attitudes towards agency: A new typology. Evidence from Tel Aviv-Jaffa, Israel pp. 1243-1259 Downloads
Merav Kaddar
Who is the ‘smart’ resident in the digital age? The varied profiles of users and non-users in the contemporary city pp. 1260-1283 Downloads
Tali Hatuka and Hadas Zur
Strategies of self-organising communities in a gentrifying city pp. 1284-1300 Downloads
Ellen van Holstein
Measuring neighbourhood social and economic change for urban health studies pp. 1301-1319 Downloads
Usama Bilal, Manuel Franco, Bryan Lau, David Celentano and Thomas Glass
‘Without water, there is no life’: Negotiating everyday risks and gendered insecurities in Karachi’s informal settlements pp. 1320-1337 Downloads
Nausheen H Anwar, Amiera Sawas and Daanish Mustafa
Emerging divided cities in China: Socioeconomic segregation in Shanghai, 2000–2010 pp. 1338-1356 Downloads
Jie Shen and Yang Xiao

Volume 57, issue 5, 2020

Neither friend nor enemy: Planning, ambivalence and the invalidation of urban informality in Zimbabwe pp. 927-943 Downloads
Amin Y Kamete
A geospatial analysis between the sale prices of single-family properties and the presence of registered sex offenders in Jefferson County, Kentucky pp. 944-958 Downloads
John C Navarro and Matt Ruther
The face of affordable housing in a neoliberal paradigm pp. 959-975 Downloads
Rachel Friedman and Gillad Rosen
The ‘fluid governance’ of urban public spaces. Insights from informal planning practices in Rome pp. 976-995 Downloads
Chiara CertomÃ, Lorenzo Chelleri and Bruno Notteboom
Knowledge proximity and firm innovation: A microgeographic analysis for Berlin pp. 996-1014 Downloads
Christian Rammer, Jan Kinne and Knut Blind
What does poverty feel like? Urban inequality and the politics of sensation pp. 1015-1031 Downloads
Rivke Jaffe, Eveline Dürr, Gareth A Jones, Alessandro Angelini, Alana Osbourne and Barbara Vodopivec
Local governments’ indebtedness and its impact on real estate prices pp. 1032-1048 Downloads
Martin Micheli
Involuntary staying and self-rated health: A multilevel study on housing, health and neighbourhood effects pp. 1049-1067 Downloads
Teemu Kemppainen, Marko Elovainio, Matti Kortteinen and Mari Vaattovaara
The dynamics of depoliticisation in urban governance: Introducing a directly elected mayor pp. 1068-1086 Downloads
David Sweeting and Robin Hambleton
Contesting brandscapes in Hong Kong: Exploring youth activist experiences of the contemporary consumerist landscape pp. 1087-1104 Downloads
Sonia Lam-Knott
Fake friends: The illusionist revision of Western urbanology at the time of platform capitalism pp. 1105-1117 Downloads
Ugo Rossi
Book review: Graffiti and Street Art: Reading, Writing, and Representing the City pp. 1118-1120 Downloads
Emma Arnold
Book review: Saving America’s Cities: Ed Logue and the Struggle to Renew Urban America in the Suburban Age pp. 1120-1123 Downloads
Andrew Riely

Volume 57, issue 4, 2020

Private government, property rights and uncertain neighbourhood externalities: Evidence from gated communities pp. 711-730 Downloads
Geoffrey K Turnbull and Velma Zahirovic-Herbert
Settlement scaling theory: Bridging the study of ancient and contemporary urban systems pp. 731-747 Downloads
Jose Lobo, Luis MA Bettencourt, Michael E Smith and Scott Ortman
A longitudinal study of changes in intra-metropolitan employment concentration in Beijing: Decentralisation, reconcentration and polycentrification pp. 748-765 Downloads
Tieshan Sun
Immigrant concentration at the neighbourhood level and bloc voting: The case of Amsterdam pp. 766-788 Downloads
Floris Vermeulen, Maria Kranendonk and Laure Michon
An exploratory factor analysis model for slum severity index in Mexico City pp. 789-805 Downloads
Debraj Roy, David Bernal and Michael Lees
Transfer-based decentralisation, economic growth and spatial inequality: Evidence from China’s 2002–2003 tax sharing reform pp. 806-826 Downloads
Fan Fan, Ming Li, Ran Tao and Dali Yang
Belonging in working-class neighbourhoods: dis-identification, territorialisation and biographies of people and place pp. 827-843 Downloads
Jenny Preece
Time-varying spillovers among first-tier housing markets in China pp. 844-864 Downloads
Chien-Fu Chen and Shu-hen Chiang
Private and public schools: A spatial analysis of social segregation in France pp. 865-882 Downloads
Pierre Courtioux and Tristan-Pierre Maury
On hostile design: Theoretical and empirical prospects pp. 883-893 Downloads
Robert Rosenberger
The social innovation–(re)politicisation nexus: Unlocking the political in actually existing smart city campaigns? The case of SmartCity Cologne, Germany pp. 894-915 Downloads
Stephen Leitheiser and Alexander Follmann
Book review: Making Our Neighbourhoods, Making Our Selves pp. 916-917 Downloads
David Manley
Book review: Urban Political Ecology in the Anthropo-obscene: Interruptions and Possibilities pp. 918-920 Downloads
Enora Robin
Book review: Governing Disaster in Urban Environments: Climate Change Preparation and Adaption after Hurricane Sandy pp. 920-922 Downloads
Jonathan Davies

Volume 57, issue 3, 2020

Adding new narratives to the urban imagination: An introduction to ‘New directions of urban studies in China’ pp. 459-472 Downloads
Fulong Wu
Institutional change and diversity in the transfer of land development rights in China: The case of Chengdu pp. 473-489 Downloads
Chen Shi and Bo-sin Tang
Local environmental governance and policy implementation: Variegated environmental education in three districts in Tianjin, China pp. 490-507 Downloads
Outi Luova
Green infrastructure for China’s new urbanisation: A case study of greenway development in Maanshan pp. 508-524 Downloads
Fangzhu Zhang, Calvin King Lam Chung and Zihan Yin
The role of the state in China’s post-disaster reconstruction planning: Implications for resilience pp. 525-545 Downloads
Jiang Xu and Yiwen Shao
Housing career disparities in urban China: A comparison between skilled migrants and locals in Nanjing pp. 546-562 Downloads
Can Cui
An investigation of migrants’ residential satisfaction in Beijing pp. 563-582 Downloads
Yu Chen, Yunxiao Dang and Guanpeng Dong
Changes in residential satisfaction after home relocation: A longitudinal study in Beijing, China pp. 583-601 Downloads
Fenglong Wang and Donggen Wang
Women’s land activism and gendered citizenship in the urbanising Pearl River Delta pp. 602-617 Downloads
Lanchih Po
The transformation of foreign investment-induced ‘exo(genous)-urbanisation’ amidst industrial restructuring in the Pearl River Delta, China pp. 618-635 Downloads
Chun Yang
From cities to super mega city regions in China in a new wave of urbanisation and economic transition: Issues and challenges pp. 636-654 Downloads
Anthony Gar-On Yeh and Zifeng Chen
Local stakeholders’ narratives about large-scale urban development: The Zhejiang Hangzhou Future Sci-Tech City pp. 655-671 Downloads
Valentina Anzoise, Debora Slanzi and Irene Poli
Spatial inequality in the city-regions in the Yangtze River Valley, China pp. 672-689 Downloads
Huan Li, Yehua Dennis Wei and Elfie Swerts
Is Chinese urbanisation unique? pp. 690-700 Downloads
Chris Hamnett
China’s urban development in context: Variegated geographies of city-regionalism and managing the territorial politics of urban development pp. 701-708 Downloads
Andrew EG Jonas

Volume 57, issue 2, 2020

Housing, urban growth and inequalities: The limits to deregulation and upzoning in reducing economic and spatial inequality pp. 223-248 Downloads
Andrés Rodríguez-Pose and Michael Storper
Beyond agency and passivity: Situating a gendered articulation of urban violence in Brazil and El Salvador pp. 249-266 Downloads
Mo Hume and Polly Wilding
Assessing airport ground access by public transport in Chinese cities pp. 267-285 Downloads
Xingjian Liu
Measuring and mapping displacement: The problem of quantification in the battle against gentrification pp. 286-306 Downloads
Sue Easton, Loretta Lees, Phil Hubbard and Nicholas Tate
An international housing market in the British Isles: Evidence from business and medium-term cycles using a Friedman test pp. 307-322 Downloads
David Gray
The nexus between innovation and wellbeing across the EU space: What role for urbanisation? pp. 323-349 Downloads
Camilla Lenzi and Giovanni Perucca
Urban Agriculture in shared spaces: The difficulties with collaboration in an age of austerity pp. 350-365 Downloads
Rebecca St Clair, Michael Hardman, Richard P Armitage and Graeme Sherriff
Urbanisation processes and new towns in contemporary China: A critical understanding from a decentred view pp. 366-382 Downloads
Francesca Governa and Angelo Sampieri
Mobility among older adults: Deconstructing the effects of motility and movement on wellbeing pp. 383-401 Downloads
Timothée Cuignet, Camille Perchoux, Geoffrey Caruso, Olivier Klein, Sylvain Klein, Basile Chaix, Yan Kestens and Philippe Gerber
Green gentrification or ‘just green enough’: Do park location, size and function affect whether a place gentrifies or not? pp. 402-420 Downloads
Alessandro Rigolon and Jeremy Németh
Doing mobile ethnography: Grounded, situated and comparative pp. 421-438 Downloads
Monika Streule
Book review symposium: New Enclosure: The Appropriation of Public Land in Neoliberal Britain pp. 439-453 Downloads
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Volume 57, issue 1, 2020

Disambiguating the southern urban critique: Propositions, pathways and possibilities for a more global urban studies pp. 3-20 Downloads
Mary Lawhon and Yaffa Truelove
Anchoring capital in place: The grounded impact of international wealth chains on housing markets in London pp. 21-38 Downloads
Rex McKenzie and Rowland Atkinson
The obesity epidemic and the metropolitan-scale built environment: Examining the health effects of polycentric development pp. 39-55 Downloads
Jiawen Yang and Peiling Zhou
Exploring the theories, determinants and policy options of street vending: A demand-side approach pp. 56-74 Downloads
Eghosa O Igudia
Four types of urban austerity: Public land privatisations in French and Italian cities pp. 75-92 Downloads
Félix Adisson and Francesca Artioli
What is walkability? The urban DMA pp. 93-108 Downloads
Kim Dovey and Elek Pafka
In search of the skilled city: Skills and the occupational evolution of British cities pp. 109-133 Downloads
Peter Sunley, Ron Martin, Ben Gardiner and Andy Pike
New rail transit stations and the out-migration of low-income residents pp. 134-151 Downloads
Elizabeth Delmelle and Isabelle Nilsson
The impacts of built environment on ridesourcing demand: A neighbourhood level analysis in Austin, Texas pp. 152-175 Downloads
Haitao Yu and Zhong-Ren Peng
Does segregation reduce socio-spatial mobility? Evidence from four European countries with different inequality and segregation contexts pp. 176-197 Downloads
Jaap Nieuwenhuis, Tiit Tammaru, Maarten van Ham, Lina Hedman and David Manley
State-rescaling and re-designing the material city-region: Tensions of disruption and continuity in articulating the future of Greater Manchester pp. 198-217 Downloads
Mike Hodson, Andrew McMeekin, Julie Froud and Michael Moran
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