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Volume 27, issue 8, 2019

Which region to choose for an industrial policy? A research path to highlight restructuring opportunities pp. 1461-1482 Downloads
Marco Capasso, Eric James Iversen, Antje Klitkou and Tore Sandven
Firm agency and global production network dynamics pp. 1483-1502 Downloads
Samson Afewerki
Spatial imaginaries and institutional change in planning: the case of the Mersey Belt in north-west England pp. 1503-1522 Downloads
Philip O’Brien
Towards more (un)balanced trade. Production linkages between China and the Visegrad countries: country-level and sector-level analysis pp. 1523-1541 Downloads
Ewa Cieślik
Green infrastructure under pressure. A global narrative between regional vision and local implementation pp. 1542-1563 Downloads
Mario Reimer and Karsten Rusche
Assessing the local embeddedness dynamics of the Baumwollspinnerei cultural quarter in Leipzig: introducing the POSES Star Framework pp. 1564-1586 Downloads
Alison L. Bain and Friederike Landau
Border-regional resilience in EU internal and external border areas in Finland pp. 1587-1606 Downloads
Eeva-Kaisa Prokkola
De-democratising the Irish planning system pp. 1607-1625 Downloads
Mick Lennon and Richard Waldron
Households in place: socio-spatial (dis)advantage in energy-carbon restructuring pp. 1626-1645 Downloads
Aidan While and Will Eadson
Beyond ‘logistics sprawl’ and ‘logistics anti-sprawl’. Case of the Katowice region, Poland pp. 1646-1660 Downloads
Robert Krzysztofik, Iwona Kantor-Pietraga, Tomasz Spórna, Weronika Dragan and Valentin Mihaylov

Volume 27, issue 7, 2019

Social sustainability of urban regeneration led by industrial land redevelopment in Taiwan pp. 1245-1269 Downloads
Hung Hing Chan, Tai-Shan Hu and Peilei Fan
Assessment of open spaces in inland medium-sized cities of eastern Andalusia (Spain) through complementary approaches: spatial-configurational analysis and decision support pp. 1270-1290 Downloads
Francisco Sergio Campos-Sánchez, Francisco Javier Abarca-Álvarez and Rafael Reinoso-Bellido
Social learning as an analytical lens for co-creative planning pp. 1291-1313 Downloads
Kim Carlotta von Schönfeld, Wendy Tan, Carina Wiekens, Willem Salet and Leonie Janssen-Jansen
Built environment and tourism as road safety determinants in Benidorm (Spain) pp. 1314-1328 Downloads
Jairo Casares Blanco, Patricia Fernández-Aracil and Armando Ortuño-Padilla
The role of resident-city identification in building residents’ city commitment pp. 1329-1349 Downloads
Katja Udir Mišič and Klement Podnar
Emerging vacuums of strategic planning: an exploration of reforms in Finnish spatial planning pp. 1350-1368 Downloads
Jonne Hytönen and Toni Ahlqvist
European cross-scale spatial planning and territorial frames in the Italian Median Macroregion pp. 1369-1390 Downloads
Donato Di Ludovico and Federico D’Ascanio
A framework for path-dependent industrial land transition analysis using vector data pp. 1391-1412 Downloads
Tong Wang, Jan Kazak, Qi Han and Bauke de Vries
Physical planning in an era of marketization: conflicting governance perspectives in the Swedish Transport Administration pp. 1413-1431 Downloads
Jacob Witzell
Long-term land-use changes in small/medium-sized cities. Enhancing the general trends and local characteristics pp. 1432-1459 Downloads
Alexandre Oliveira Tavares, Mário Monteiro, José Leandro Barros and Pedro Pinto Santos

Volume 27, issue 6, 2019

Complex planning landscapes: regimes, actors, instruments and discourses of contractual urban development pp. 1059-1063 Downloads
Tuna Tasan-Kok, Rob Atkinson and Maria Lucia Refinetti Martins
Seeing like an investor: urban development planning, financialisation, and investors’ perceptions of London as an investment space pp. 1064-1082 Downloads
Mike Raco, Nicola Livingstone and Daniel Durrant
Governing urban regeneration in the UK: a case of ‘variegated neoliberalism’ in action? pp. 1083-1106 Downloads
Rob Atkinson, Andrew Tallon and David Williams
Changing public accountability mechanisms in the governance of Dutch urban regeneration pp. 1107-1128 Downloads
Tuna Tasan-Kok, Martijn van den Hurk, Sara Özogul and Sofia Bittencourt
Urban Regeneration in the Brazilian urban policy agenda pp. 1129-1145 Downloads
Maria Lucia Refinetti Martins and Alvaro Luis dos Santos Pereira
Multiple land use planning for living places and investments spaces pp. 1146-1158 Downloads
Willem Korthals Altes
How to deal with migrants and the State’s backlash – Polish cities’ experience pp. 1159-1176 Downloads
Agnieszka Szpak
Cultural actors as agents of generating social co-presences within the place: Istanbul’s contemporary art scene pp. 1177-1199 Downloads
G. Yeliz Kahya and Anlı Ataöv
Values for self-build urbanism pp. 1200-1216 Downloads
Silvio Caputo, Fabiano Lemes de Oliveira and Dan Blott
Planning reform and development rights in Greece: institutional persistence and elite rule in the face of the crisis pp. 1217-1234 Downloads
Nikos Karadimitriou and Thanos Pagonis
Critical comment on: Zhu, Jin, and He ‘On evolutionary economic geography: a literature review using bibliometric analysis’, European Planning Studies vol. 27, pp 639–660 pp. 1235-1237 Downloads
Yuh-Shan Ho
Rejoinder to Professor Ho’s team on the article entitled ‘On evolutionary economic geography: a literature review using bibliometric analysis’ pp. 1238-1240 Downloads
Shengjun Zhu, Wenwan Jin and Canfei He
Comments on the Reply to the Rebuttal to: Zhu, Jin, & He ‘On evolutionary economic geography: A literature review using bibliometric analysis’, European Planning Studies vol. 27, pp 639–660 pp. 1241-1243 Downloads
Yuh-Shan Ho

Volume 27, issue 5, 2019

Proximity and the trust formation process pp. 841-861 Downloads
Magnus Nilsson
Regional embeddedness, relatedness and inter-regional linkages among less developed regions in Central Europe pp. 862-884 Downloads
Viktor Květoň and Karel Šafr
Start-up factories, transnational entrepreneurs and entrepreneurial ecosystems: unpacking the lure of start-up accelerator programmes pp. 885-904 Downloads
Ross Brown, Suzanne Mawson, Neil Lee and Lauren Peterson
New forms of partnership: the role of logistics clusters in facilitating horizontal collaboration mechanisms pp. 905-931 Downloads
Yossi Sheffi, Maria Jesus Saenz, Liliana Rivera and David Gligor
Eye to eye with the innovation paradox: why smart specialization is no simple solution to policy design pp. 932-951 Downloads
Henning Kroll
An assessment of the technology level and knowledge intensity of regions in Turkey pp. 952-973 Downloads
Necmettin Çelik, Sedef Akgüngör and Neşe Kumral
Performance evaluation to support European regional development – A university–industry perspective pp. 974-994 Downloads
Tero Rantala and Juhani Ukko
Informal markets and global value chains – the disembedding of Romanian dairy smallholders pp. 995-1012 Downloads
Moritz von Oppenkowski, Markus Hassler and Tim Roesler
Competitiveness through integration in the European Union Strategy for the Alpine Region: a ‘balanced development’ approach pp. 1013-1034 Downloads
Roberta Capello and Silvia Cerisola
The influence of territory on innovation network design in mountain tourism resorts pp. 1035-1057 Downloads
Véronique Favre-Bonte, Elodie Gardet and Catherine Thevenard-Puthod

Volume 27, issue 4, 2019

On evolutionary economic geography: a literature review using bibliometric analysis pp. 639-660 Downloads
Shengjun Zhu, Wenwan Jin and Canfei He
Local and nonlocal knowledge typologies: technological complexity in the Irish knowledge space pp. 661-677 Downloads
Adam Whittle
Tailored polities in the shadow of the state’s hierarchy. The CLLD implementation and a future research agenda pp. 678-698 Downloads
Loris Servillo
Perspectives of civil society on governance of urban shrinkage: the cases of Heerlen (Netherlands) and Blaenau Gwent (Wales) compared pp. 699-721 Downloads
Maja Ročak
Confronting institutional boundaries to public participation: a case of the Danish energy sector pp. 722-738 Downloads
Helle Nedergaard Nielsen, Sara Bjørn Aaen, Ivar Lyhne and Matthew Cashmore
Polycentricity as spatial imaginary: the case of Helsinki City Plan pp. 739-758 Downloads
Kaisa Granqvist, Sauli Sarjamo and Raine Mäntysalo
Are smart cities global cities? A European perspective pp. 759-783 Downloads
Stefano De Falco
Do behaviours in cultural markets affect economic resilience? An analysis of Italian regions pp. 784-801 Downloads
Roberto Cellini and Tiziana Cuccia
Urban memory and planning: investigating the use of oral history pp. 802-817 Downloads
Tülin Selvi Ünlü
Cooperation differs. Intentions of municipalities towards metropolitan cooperation in post-socialist space – Brno, Czech Republic pp. 818-840 Downloads
Petr Šašinka, Josef Kunc, Bohumil Frantál and Zdeněk Dvořák

Volume 27, issue 3, 2019

Spatial short and long-term implications and planning challenges of high-speed rail: a literature review framework for the special issue pp. 415-433 Downloads
Chia-Lin Chen, Anastasia Loukaitou-Sideris, José M. de Ureña and Roger Vickerman
Short- and long-term population and project implications of high-speed rail for served cities: analysis of all served Spanish cities and re-evaluation of Ciudad Real and Puertollano pp. 434-460 Downloads
José M. Coronado, José M. de Ureña and José Luis Miralles
A methodological approach to analyze the territorial appropriation of high-speed rail from interactions between actions and representations of local actors pp. 461-482 Downloads
Valerie Facchinetti-Mannone
Measuring the regional economic impacts of high-speed rail using a dynamic SCGE model: the case of China pp. 483-512 Downloads
Zhenhua Chen
Has HSR improved territorial cohesion in Spain? An accessibility analysis of the first 25 years: 1990–2015 pp. 513-532 Downloads
Andres Monzon, Elena Lopez and Emilio Ortega
Business and tourism high-speed rail same-day trips: factors influencing the efficiency of high-speed rail links for Spanish cities pp. 533-554 Downloads
Amparo Moyano, Ana Rivas and Jose M. Coronado
Regional heterogeneity in Taiwan HSR demand developments: station accessibility and its effect on usage adoption pp. 555-573 Downloads
Junghwa Kim, Yeun-Touh Li and Jan-Dirk Schmöcker
Are the reasons for companies to locate around central versus peripheral high-speed rail stations different? The cases of Reims central station and Champagne-Ardenne station pp. 574-594 Downloads
Christophe Beckerich, Sylvie Benoit and Marie Delaplace
Assessing spatial planning strategy in high-speed rail station areas in Spain (1992–2018): towards a sustainable model pp. 595-617 Downloads
Cecilia Ribalaygua and Silvia Perez-Del-Caño
Designing Paris Gare du Nord for pedestrians or for clients? New retail patterns as flow optimization strategies pp. 618-637 Downloads
Nacima Baron

Volume 27, issue 2, 2019

Urban experimentation & sustainability transitions pp. 219-228 Downloads
Lea Fuenfschilling, Niki Frantzeskaki and Lars Coenen
Impacts of urban living labs on sustainability transitions: mechanisms and strategies for systemic change through experimentation pp. 229-257 Downloads
Timo von Wirth, Lea Fuenfschilling, Niki Frantzeskaki and Lars Coenen
Urban experimentation and institutional arrangements pp. 258-281 Downloads
Rob Raven, Frans Sengers, Philipp Spaeth, Linjun Xie, Ali Cheshmehzangi and Martin de Jong
Cities and climate change – examining advantages and challenges of urban climate change experiments pp. 282-299 Downloads
Stine Hach Juul Madsen and Teis Hansen
Local sustainability initiatives: innovation and civic engagement in societal experiments pp. 300-317 Downloads
Udo Pesch, Wouter Spekkink and Jaco Quist
Energy efficiency left behind? Policy assemblages in Sweden’s most climate-smart city pp. 318-335 Downloads
Darcy Parks
Urban low carbon transitions: institution-building and prospects for interventions in social practice pp. 336-354 Downloads
Ralph Horne and Susie Moloney
The return of cities: the trajectory of Swiss cities from demographic loss to reurbanization pp. 355-376 Downloads
Patrick Rérat
The costs of putting Valencia on the map: the hidden side of regional entrepreneurialism, ‘creative city’ and strategic projects pp. 377-395 Downloads
Joaquim Rius-Ulldemolins and Verònica Gisbert
Promoting tourism through the EU LEADER programme: understanding Local Action Group governance pp. 396-414 Downloads
Juan Gabriel Tirado Ballesteros and María Hernández Hernández

Volume 27, issue 1, 2019

Beyond the blind spot of knowledge-based territorial development: the mission of Metropolitan Food Clusters pp. 1-20 Downloads
A. L. Gerritsen, A. Lagendijk, R. P. Kranendonk and M. Cofino
Leaves in the wind? Local policies of small and medium-sized towns in metropolitan regions pp. 21-41 Downloads
David Kaufmann and Rahel Meili
Peripheralization and knowledge bases in Austria: towards a new regional typology pp. 42-67 Downloads
Jakob Eder
Institutional contradictions and attempts at innovation. Evidence from the Italian urban facility planning pp. 68-85 Downloads
Ombretta Caldarice and Stefano Cozzolino
Investigating the partnership approach in the EU Urban Agenda from the perspective of soft planning pp. 86-105 Downloads
Eva Purkarthofer
Daily urban systems explained from the household perspective: an exploratory research on how the spatial interactions of the individual households shape the structure of daily urban systems pp. 106-125 Downloads
Erik A. de Graaf
Urban morphological change in the case of Selcuk, Turkey: A mixed-methods approach pp. 126-159 Downloads
Seher Demet Kap Yücel and Gizem Aksümer
Impact of property rights and ownership on the development of Warsaw’s contemporary city centre pp. 160-180 Downloads
Magdalena Górczyńska, Przemysław Śleszyński and Michael A. Niedzielski
Re-imagineering Belgrade and Skopje: urban megaprojects between politics and struggle pp. 181-200 Downloads
Nebojša Čamprag
Residential property disparities in city districts in Prague, Czech Republic pp. 201-217 Downloads
Martin Lukavec and Petr Kolařík
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