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Volume 28, issue 11, 2020

Future urban seismic risk scenarios using a cellular automata model pp. 2101-2115 Downloads
Daniel Navarro, Manuel Navarro and Ismael Vallejo
EU Cohesion Policy and spatial economic growth: trajectories in economic thought pp. 2116-2133 Downloads
Daniel Rauhut and Alois Humer
Moving to the ‘Wild West’ – clarifying the first-hand experiences and second-hand perceptions of a Danish university town on the periphery pp. 2134-2152 Downloads
Annette Aagaard Thuesen, Eva Mærsk and Helle Rotbøll Randløv
Influence of economic crisis on the performance of incubated companies: the Israeli case pp. 2153-2173 Downloads
Dan Kaufmann and Ben Reuveni
The decomposition of innovation in Europe and China’s catch-up in wind power technology: the role of KIBS pp. 2174-2192 Downloads
Stine Haakonsson, Julia Kirch Kirkegaard and Rasmus Lema
Utilizing endogenous potentials through EU cohesion policy: examples from Central Europe pp. 2193-2212 Downloads
Joern Harfst, Peter Wirth and Naja Marot
Planning culture – dynamics of power relations between actors pp. 2213-2236 Downloads
Almut Wolff
Uncover the theory practice gap in Swedish transport planning: an interdisciplinary approach pp. 2237-2260 Downloads
Marcus Adolphson and Daniel Jonsson
Strategic responses of the European olive-growing territories to the challenge of globalization pp. 2261-2283 Downloads
Juan Carlos Rodríguez-Cohard, José Domingo Sánchez-Martínez and Antonio Garrido-Almonacid
The Ages of Globalization. Geography, Technology, and Institutions pp. 2284-2285 Downloads
Eduardo Medeiros

Volume 28, issue 10, 2020

Exploring the ambiguous socio-spatial potential of collective heating in Flanders. Planning and design as lever for a sustainable energy transition pp. 1901-1921 Downloads
Griet Juwet
Challenges of knowledge combination in strategic regional innovation processes - the Creative Science Park in Aveiro pp. 1922-1940 Downloads
Lisa Nieth and Paul Benneworth
Migration of university graduates and structural aspects of regional higher education pp. 1941-1959 Downloads
Štefan Rehák and Rikard Eriksson
The influence of city reputation on T-KIBS concentration pp. 1960-1978 Downloads
Pedro Torres and Pedro Godinho
Knowledge sourcing and cluster life cycle – a comparative study of furniture clusters in Italy and Poland pp. 1979-1998 Downloads
Wojciech Dyba, Tadeusz Stryjakiewicz and Valentina De Marchi
Coinciding practices of exception in urban development: mega-events and special economic zones in Tbilisi, Georgia pp. 1999-2019 Downloads
David Gogishvili and Suzanne Harris-Brandts
Large housing estates in Poland – a missing link in urban regeneration? pp. 2020-2039 Downloads
Katarzyna Gorczyca, Arkadiusz Kocaj and Łukasz Fiedeń
Geography … is it your destiny? Culturally sustainable development and creative industries nexus in the case of Turkey pp. 2040-2059 Downloads
Serhat Kaymas
Smart regions: insights from hybridization and peripheralization research pp. 2060-2077 Downloads
Antje Matern, Julia Binder and Anika Noack
Locational challenges and opportunities for SMEs in border regions pp. 2078-2098 Downloads
Teemu Makkonen and Birgit Leick
Resisting redevelopment: protest in aspiring global cities pp. 2099-2100 Downloads
Yue Zhang

Volume 28, issue 9, 2020

A meta-analysis of shrinking cities in Europe and Japan. Towards an integrative research agenda pp. 1693-1712 Downloads
Stefanie Döringer, Yuta Uchiyama, Marianne Penker and Ryo Kohsaka
How can planning for accessibility lead to more integrated transport and land-use strategies? Two examples from the Netherlands pp. 1713-1734 Downloads
Thomas Straatemeier and Luca Bertolini
Urban streets and urban social sustainability: a case study on Bagdat street in Kadikoy, Istanbul pp. 1735-1755 Downloads
Aynaz Lotfata and Anlı Ataöv
Structural change and agglomeration in the Hungarian pork industry pp. 1756-1770 Downloads
Arnold Csonka and Imre Fertő
Assessing policy impacts on the economy of European insular rural regions: the case of the smaller Aegean islands programme pp. 1771-1789 Downloads
Christos Karelakis, Efstratios Loizou, Fotios Chatzitheodoridis and Konstadinos Mattas
Unregulated built-up area expansion on Santorini Island, Greece pp. 1790-1811 Downloads
Georgios Tsilimigkas and Evangelia-Theodora Derdemezi
From an agreeable policy label to a practical policy framework: inclusive growth in city-regions pp. 1812-1835 Downloads
David Waite, Bruce Whyte and Jill Muirie
How the European Union reaches the target of CO2 emissions under the Paris Agreement pp. 1836-1857 Downloads
Xiangyu Teng, Liang Chun Lu and Yung-Ho Chiu
Doing comparative case study research in urban and regional studies: what can be learnt from practice? pp. 1858-1876 Downloads
Angelika Krehl and Sabine Weck
Spatialities of cultural landscapes: towards a unified vision of Spanish practices within the European Landscape Convention pp. 1877-1898 Downloads
Manuel Rodrigo de la O Cabrera, Nicolas Marine and David Escudero
Planners in politics – Do they make a difference? pp. 1899-1900 Downloads
Eduardo Oliveira

Volume 28, issue 8, 2020

The dark side of regional industrial path development: towards a typology of trajectories of decline pp. 1455-1473 Downloads
Jiri Blazek, Viktor Květoň, Simon Baumgartinger-Seiringer and Michaela Trippl
In search of cohesive metropolitan governance: enticements and obligations pp. 1474-1492 Downloads
Abbas Ziafati Bafarasat and Lee Pugalis
The benefits of membership in policy-stimulated clusters in Hungary pp. 1493-1512 Downloads
Máté Pecze
Robotics in Finnish welfare services: dynamics in an emerging innovation ecosystem pp. 1513-1533 Downloads
Satu Pekkarinen, Outi Tuisku, Lea Hennala and Helinä Melkas
Robotization in Central and Eastern Europe: catching up or dependence? pp. 1534-1553 Downloads
Zoltán Cséfalvay
The ‘hourglass’ model: an institutional morphology of rural industrialism in Baden-Württemberg pp. 1554-1574 Downloads
Johannes Glückler, Anna Mateja Punstein, Christian Wuttke and Peter Kirchner
Do regional R&D subsidies foster innovative SMEs’ development: evidence from Aquitaine SMEs pp. 1575-1598 Downloads
Nicolas Bedu and Alexis Vanderstocken
Portuguese regional innovation systems efficiency in the European Union context pp. 1599-1618 Downloads
Ana Paula Faria, Natália Barbosa and Joana Bastos
Determinants of performance of new ventures located in Portuguese incubators and science parks with a focus on institutional factors: do rural and urban new ventures differ? pp. 1619-1638 Downloads
Maria Lúcia Pato and Aurora Teixeira
Territorial innovation models in less developed regions in Europe: the quest for a new research agenda? pp. 1639-1666 Downloads
Sara Moreno Pires, Alexandra Polido, Filipe Teles, Pedro Silva and Carlos Rodrigues
Six additional questions about smart specialization: implications for regional innovation policy 4.0 pp. 1667-1684 Downloads
Maximilian Benner
Six additional replies – one more chorus of the S3 ballad pp. 1685-1690 Downloads
Dominique Foray
Metropolitan Regions, Planning and Governance pp. 1691-1692 Downloads
Peter Ache

Volume 28, issue 7, 2020

Rethinking planning-branding relations: an introduction pp. 1267-1273 Downloads
Kristof Van Assche, Raoul Beunen and Eduardo Oliveira
Spatial planning and place branding: rethinking relations and synergies pp. 1274-1290 Downloads
Kristof Van Assche, Raoul Beunen and Eduardo Oliveira
Strategic planning and place branding in a World Heritage cultural landscape: a case study of the English Lake District, UK pp. 1291-1314 Downloads
Nicole Porter
Re-imagining the city: branding migration-related diversity pp. 1315-1332 Downloads
Warda Belabas, Jasper Eshuis and Peter Scholten
City marketing and planning in two Greek cities: plurality or constraints? pp. 1333-1354 Downloads
Alex Deffner, Nicholas Karachalis, Eva Psatha, Theodore Metaxas and Kleanthis Sirakoulis
Linking spatial planning and place branding strategies through cultural narratives in places pp. 1355-1374 Downloads
Sara Grenni, L. G. Horlings and K. Soini
The dialogical relationship between spatial planning and place branding: conceptualizing regionalization discourses in Sweden pp. 1375-1392 Downloads
Andrea Lucarelli and Susanna Heldt Cassel
The critical role of stakeholder engagement in a place branding strategy: a case study of the Empordà brand pp. 1393-1412 Downloads
Jordi de San Eugenio-Vela, Xavier Ginesta and Mihalis Kavaratzis
Place marketing, policy integration and governance complexity: an analytical framework for FDI promotion pp. 1413-1430 Downloads
Cecilia Pasquinelli and Renaud Vuignier
Educational projects for linking place branding and urban planning in Serbia pp. 1431-1451 Downloads
Uroš Radosavljević, Aleksandra Đorđević, Jelena Živković, Kseniјa Lalović and Zoran Đukanović
Region-making and Cross-Border Cooperation: New Evidence from Four Continents pp. 1452-1453 Downloads
Sara Svensson

Volume 28, issue 6, 2020

Mobility and social exclusion in peripheral regions pp. 1049-1067 Downloads
Julia Binder and Antje Matern
Accessibility to services of general interest in polycentric urban system planning: the case of Portugal pp. 1068-1094 Downloads
Teresa Sá Marques, Miguel Saraiva, Diogo Ribeiro, Ana Amante, Duarte Silva and Paulo Melo
Determinants of land consumption in Austria and the effects of spatial planning regulations pp. 1095-1117 Downloads
Michael Getzner and Justin Kadi
Measuring and comparing planning cultures: risk, trust and co-operative attitudes in experimental games pp. 1118-1138 Downloads
Keyang Li, Perrine Dethier, Anders Eika, D. Ary A. Samsura, Erwin van der Krabben, Berit Nordahl and Jean-Marie Halleux
Real innovation in urban planning? Assessing the institutional capacity in the frame of the integrated sustainable urban development programmes pp. 1139-1160 Downloads
Moneyba González Medina and María Ángeles Huete García
Municipalities as intermediaries for the design and local implementation of climate visions pp. 1161-1182 Downloads
Sara Gustafsson and Ingrid Mignon
Perform or conform? Looking for the strategic in municipal spatial planning in Sweden pp. 1183-1199 Downloads
Christer Persson
‘Back to the village’: the model of urban outmigration in post-communist Romania pp. 1200-1218 Downloads
Claudia Popescu
Compliance with social requirements for integrated local land use planning in Serbia pp. 1219-1241 Downloads
Tijana Dabović, Dejan Djordjević, Bojana Poledica, Milan Radović and Marija R. Jeftić
Implementation pathways of large-scale urban development projects (lsUDPs) in Western Europe: a qualitative comparative analysis (QCA) pp. 1242-1263 Downloads
Sofia Pagliarin, Anna M. Hersperger and Benoît Rihoux
Housing Estates in the Baltic Countries: The Legacy of Central Planning in Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania pp. 1264-1265 Downloads
Triin Ojari

Volume 28, issue 5, 2020

Bridging local embeddedness and global dynamics – the economics of social innovation pp. 853-863 Downloads
Judith Terstriep and Dieter Rehfeld
Context dependency of social innovation: in search of new sustainability models pp. 864-880 Downloads
Alessandro Deserti and Francesca Rizzo
Favourable social innovation ecosystem(s)? – An explorative approach pp. 881-905 Downloads
Judith Terstriep, Dieter Rehfeld and Maria Kleverbeck
Social Innovation Regime: an integrated approach to measure social innovation pp. 906-924 Downloads
Alfonso Unceta, Álvaro Luna, Javier Castro and Rene Wintjes
Emergence and diffusion of social innovation through practice fields pp. 925-940 Downloads
Maria Rabadjieva and Anna Butzin
Understanding the determinants of social innovation in Europe: an econometric approach pp. 941-954 Downloads
Mehtap Akgüç
Translocal empowerment in transformative social innovation networks pp. 955-977 Downloads
Flor Avelino, Adina Dumitru, Carla Cipolla, Iris Kunze and Julia Wittmayer
Applying the concept of social innovation to population-based healthcare pp. 978-990 Downloads
Sebastian Merkel
Monitoring inclusive urban development alongside a human rights approach on participation opportunities pp. 991-1009 Downloads
Jennifer Eckhardt, Christoph Kaletka and Bastian Pelka
Transition through design: enabling innovation via empowered ecosystems pp. 1010-1025 Downloads
Tamami Komatsu Cipriani, Christoph Kaletka and Bastian Pelka
Green social innovation – towards a typology pp. 1026-1045 Downloads
Doris Schartinger, Dieter Rehfeld, Matthias Weber and Wolfram Rhomberg
Compulsory property acquisition for urban densification pp. 1046-1047 Downloads
Marco Bianconi

Volume 28, issue 4, 2020

Polycentrism and the accessibility of public facilities to the population. The example of the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg and Belval pp. 653-671 Downloads
Antoine Decoville and Olivier Klein
After the Crash: the conservation-planning assemblage in an era of austerity pp. 672-690 Downloads
John Pendlebury, Mark Scott, Loes Veldpaus, Wout van der Toorn Vrijthoff and Declan Redmond
Landscape and post-rurality in a European borderland. The Raia Central Ibérica pp. 691-712 Downloads
Domingos Vaz and José Luis Lalana Soto
Identifying polycentricism: a review of concepts and research challenges pp. 713-731 Downloads
Venny Veronica Natalia and Dirk Heinrichs
Incorporating the life-course approach into shrinking cities assessment: the uneven geographies of urban population decline pp. 732-748 Downloads
Mikel Gurrutxaga
Estimation of the Smart Land Index: application to the rural context of the Crati Valley pp. 749-770 Downloads
Mauro Francini, Lucia Chieffallo, Annunziata Palermo and Maria Francesca Viapiana
Hard work with soft spaces (and vice versa): problematizing the transforming planning spaces pp. 771-789 Downloads
Kaj Zimmerbauer and Anssi Paasi
Rethinking urban entrepreneurialism: Bristol Green Capital – in it for good? pp. 790-808 Downloads
Aksel Ersoy and Wendy Larner
Land use changes in urbanized areas located in the cities of the lake district – Ostróda residential areas case study pp. 809-829 Downloads
Adam Senetra and Patrycja Szarek-Iwaniuk
Polycentricity at its boundaries: consistent or ambiguous? pp. 830-849 Downloads
Malte Möck and Patrick Küpper
The poverty of territorialism: neo-medieval view of Europe and European planning pp. 850-852 Downloads
Michael Neuman

Volume 28, issue 3, 2020

Introduction: struggling with innovations. Social innovations and conflicts in urban development and planning pp. 423-433 Downloads
Gabriela B. Christmann
Towards a social innovation (SI) based epistemology in local development analysis: lessons from twenty years of EU research pp. 434-453 Downloads
Frank Moulaert and Abid Mehmood
A comprehensive concept of social innovation and its implications for the local context – on the growing importance of social innovation ecosystems and infrastructures pp. 454-474 Downloads
Dmitri Domanski, Jürgen Howaldt and Christoph Kaletka
Revisiting the arts as a socially innovative urban development strategy pp. 475-495 Downloads
Elizabeth Strom
Innovations in spatial planning as a social process – phases, actors, conflicts pp. 496-520 Downloads
Gabriela B. Christmann, Oliver Ibert, Johann Jessen and Uwe-Jens Walther
Innovation in planning: creating and securing public value pp. 521-540 Downloads
Geoff Vigar, Paul Cowie and Patsy Healey
Assembling social innovations in emergent professional communities. The case of learning region policies in Germany pp. 541-562 Downloads
Franz Füg and Oliver Ibert
Evaluating Integrated Sustainable Urban Development Strategies: a methodological framework applied in Portugal pp. 563-582 Downloads
Eduardo Medeiros and Arno Van Der Zwet
The EU territorial cohesion discourse and the spatial planning system in Greece pp. 583-603 Downloads
Evangelos Asprogerakas and Vasiliki Zachari
Temporary use and brownfield regeneration in post-socialist context: from bottom-up governance to artists exploitation pp. 604-626 Downloads
Vojtěch Bosák, Ondřej Slach, Alexandr Nováček and Luděk Krtička
Measuring territorial cohesion is not a mission impossible pp. 627-649 Downloads
Jacek Zaucha and Kai Böhme
Urban gardening as politics pp. 650-651 Downloads
Rositsa T. Ilieva

Volume 28, issue 2, 2020

The University of Patras, Greece, its city, and international students: insights from multiple cartographic perspectives pp. 213-233 Downloads
Helene Simoni and Eleni Georgoudaki
Aligning doctoral education with local industrial employers’ needs: a comparative case study pp. 234-254 Downloads
Eloïse Germain-Alamartine and Saeed Moghadam-Saman
The assemblers of rural festivals: organizers, visitors and locals pp. 255-272 Downloads
Grzegorz Kwiatkowski, Ove Oklevik, Anne-Mette Hjalager and Helene Maristuen
Business districts: the spatial characteristics of FDI within cities pp. 273-295 Downloads
Mattijs van 't Hoff and Ronald Wall
My business or not? The perspective of technology companies on shifting towards care robotics pp. 296-318 Downloads
Marinka Lanne, Outi Tuisku, Helinä Melkas and Marketta Niemelä
Knowledge bases in German regions: what hinders combinatorial knowledge dynamics and how regional innovation policies may help pp. 319-339 Downloads
Tatjana Bennat and Rolf Sternberg
Independent players or shadow compatriots. How did British cities deal with the Brexit process? pp. 340-356 Downloads
Agnieszka Szpak, Robert Gawłowski, Joanna Modrzyńska and Paweł Modrzyński
Re-centring peripheries along ring roads under a smart growth agenda: case studies of Espoo Innovation Garden and Vantaa Aviapolis in Finland pp. 357-379 Downloads
Alia’a Amr
Proximities and the emergence of regional industry: evidence of the liability of smallness in Malta pp. 380-399 Downloads
Sakura Yamamura and Paul Lassalle
The role of regional contextual factors for science and technology parks: a conceptual framework pp. 400-420 Downloads
Amonpat Poonjan and Anne Nygaard Tanner
The new enclosure: the appropriation of land in neoliberal Britain pp. 421-422 Downloads
Callum Ward

Volume 28, issue 1, 2020

Cross-border cooperation in Europe: a relational perspective pp. 1-7 Downloads
Birte Nienaber and Christian Wille
Networks of cross-border cooperation in Europe – the interests and values. The case of Spree–Neisse–Bober Euroregion pp. 8-34 Downloads
Joanna Frątczak-Müller and Anna Mielczarek-Żejmo
Cross-border cooperation in the EU: Euroregions amid multilevel governance and re-territorialization pp. 35-56 Downloads
Andrea Noferini, Matteo Berzi, Francesco Camonita and Antoni Durà
Territorial cooperation, supraregionalist institution-building and national boundaries: the European Grouping of Territorial Cooperation (EGTC) at the eastern and western German borders pp. 57-80 Downloads
Peter Ulrich
Spatial evolution of cross-border regions. Contrasted case studies in North-West Europe pp. 81-104 Downloads
Pauline Pupier
Opportunities for reinforcing cross-border railway connections: the case of the Liège (Belgium) – Maastricht (the Netherlands) connection pp. 105-124 Downloads
Nathalie Christmann, Martine Mostert, Pierre-François Wilmotte, Jean-Marc Lambotte and Mario Cools
Delimiting cross-border areas for policy implementation: a multi-factor proposal pp. 125-145 Downloads
Eduardo Medeiros
Urban sustainability: is densification sufficient? pp. 146-165 Downloads
Petter Næss, Inger-Lise Saglie and Tim Richardson
In what terms and at what cost resilient? ‘Unregulated flexibilization’ in regional ‘troubled waters’ pp. 166-191 Downloads
Stelios Gialis, Dimitris Paitaridis, Stergios Seretis, Alexis Ioannides and Anders Underthun
Public-private entanglements: consultant use by local planning authorities in England pp. 192-210 Downloads
Matthew Wargent, Gavin Parker and Emma Street
Leading cities: a global review of city leadership pp. 211-212 Downloads
John Lauermann
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