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Volume 30, issue 8, 2022

Night-time as a strategic referent for an intermediary city: between attractiveness and standardization of the uses pp. 1401-1420 Downloads
Florian Guérin, Magali de Raphélis and Sandra Mallet
Concepts and definitions for a sustainable planning transition: lessons from moments of change pp. 1421-1443 Downloads
Teresa Marat-Mendes, Patrícia Bento d’Almeida and João Cunha Borges
Accessibility and mobility in peripheral areas: a national place-based policy pp. 1444-1463 Downloads
Elisabetta Vitale Brovarone
Analysis of high streets of Istanbul: a proposal for strategic management approach pp. 1464-1492 Downloads
N. Gokce Tufekci and Kerem Yavuz Arslanli
In the blind spot: ethnic retailing in Helsinki and the spontaneous placemaking of abandoned spaces pp. 1493-1513 Downloads
Hossam Hewidy and Johanna Lilius
Diagrams as a comparative tool to understand the territorial evolution of port city regions pp. 1514-1528 Downloads
Rafael Rossetto Ribeiro and Gislaine Elizete Beloto
Assessing impacts of PPGIS on urban land use planning: evidence from Finland and Poland pp. 1529-1548 Downloads
Piotr Jankowski, Kirsi Forss, Michał Czepkiewicz, Heli Saarikoski and Maarit Kahila
Where innovation meets directionality: an index to measure regional readiness to deal with societal challenges pp. 1549-1576 Downloads
Francesco Cappellano, Teemu Makkonen, Nicola Francesco Dotti, Arnault Morisson and Annalisa Rizzo
Building and nurturing grassroots innovation: A policy framework based on the local commons pp. 1577-1595 Downloads
David Grandadam, Patrick Cohendet and Raphaël Suire
Legitimacy in municipal experimental governance: questioning the public good in urban innovation practices pp. 1596-1614 Downloads
Erica Eneqvist, Jessica Algehed, Christian Jensen and Andrew Karvonen
Transnational architecture and urbanism: rethinking how cities plan, transform, and learn pp. 1615-1616 Downloads
Xuefei Ren

Volume 30, issue 7, 2022

Circularities in territories: opportunities & challenges pp. 1183-1191 Downloads
Sebastien Bourdin, Danielle Galliano and Amélie Gonçalves
Territorial development process based on the circular economy: a systematic literature review pp. 1192-1211 Downloads
Sonia Veyssière, Blandine Laperche and Corinne Blanquart
Transformation of socioeconomic metabolism due to development of the bioeconomy: the case of northern Aube (France) pp. 1212-1229 Downloads
Pauline Marty, Sabrina Dermine-Brullot, Sophie Madelrieux, Julie Fleuet and Philippe Lescoat
Eco-innovations towards circular economy: evidence from case studies of collective methanization in France pp. 1230-1250 Downloads
Amélie Gonçalves, Danielle Galliano and Pierre Triboulet
Territorial governance and actors’ coordination in a local project of anaerobic digestion. A social network analysis pp. 1251-1270 Downloads
Amadou Niang, Andre Torre and Sébastien Bourdin
Industrial ecology and sustainable change: inertia and transformation in Mexican agro-industrial sugarcane clusters pp. 1271-1291 Downloads
Juan R. Gallego-Bono and MaríaR. Tapia-Baranda
Circularity in territories: analyzing the dynamics of collective actions in food systems pp. 1292-1310 Downloads
Vanessa Iceri and Sylvie Lardon
Revealing the circularities in farmers’ market networked infrastructure of Western Anatolia pp. 1311-1332 Downloads
Halime Güher Tan
Temporal challenges of building a circular city district through living-lab experiments pp. 1333-1354 Downloads
Maarit Särkilahti, Maria Åkerman, Ari Jokinen and Jukka Rintala
A critical analysis of the role of the urban climate resilience nexus in London pp. 1355-1377 Downloads
Michael C. Aquilina and William R. Sheate
Park & Ride facilities and suburban sprawl pp. 1378-1398 Downloads
Wolfgang Schwarzbauer, Philipp Koch and Martin Wolf
Publishers’ Note pp. 1399-1399 Downloads
The Editors

Volume 30, issue 6, 2022

Activity types, thematic domains, and stakeholder constellations: explaining civil society involvement in Amsterdam’s smart city pp. 975-993 Downloads
Filipe Mello Rose
Opening the black box of participatory planning: a study of how planners handle citizens’ input pp. 994-1012 Downloads
Erik Eriksson, Amira Fredriksson and Josefina Syssner
Applied research by design: an experimental collaborative and interdisciplinary design charrette pp. 1013-1033 Downloads
Michael Neuman, Camilla Perrone and Alessandra Mossa
European cities, international relations and some popular connotations pp. 1034-1054 Downloads
Agnieszka Szpak, Joanna Modrzyńska and Michał Dahl
Italy, the fair land there where the Sì doth sound: when the places take revenge pp. 1055-1073 Downloads
Alessandra de Renzis and Fabio Sforzi
Places For continuous learning on spatial planning issues – reflections on an experiment pp. 1074-1092 Downloads
Oswald Devisch, Majken Toftager Larsen, Teresa Palmieri and John Andersen
European public space projects with social cohesion in mind: symbolic, programmatic and minimalist approaches pp. 1093-1123 Downloads
Patricia Simões Aelbrecht, Quentin Stevens and Sanjeev Kumar
The promise of living labs to the Quadruple Helix stakeholders: exploring the sources of (dis)satisfaction pp. 1124-1143 Downloads
Huong Thu Nguyen and Pilar Marques
Urban participatory planning approaches in capital cities: the Lisbon case pp. 1144-1161 Downloads
Eduardo Medeiros
Learning to reflect collectively: how to create the right environment for discussing participatory planning practice? pp. 1162-1181 Downloads
Seppe De Blust, Oswald Devisch and Joke Vandenabeele

Volume 30, issue 5, 2022

Place-based development and spatial justice pp. 791-806 Downloads
Sabine Weck, Ali Madanipour and Peter Schmitt
The concept of spatial justice and the European Union’s territorial cohesion pp. 807-824 Downloads
Ali Madanipour, Mark Shucksmith and Elizabeth Brooks
Knowledge and place-based development – towards networks of deep learning pp. 825-842 Downloads
Thomas Borén and Peter Schmitt
Reading EUropean borderlands under the perspective of legal geography and spatial justice pp. 843-859 Downloads
Estelle Evrard
A drop in the sea or catalyst for change: diverse effects of the place-based approach in Europe pp. 860-878 Downloads
Judit Keller and Tünde Virág
The Finnish way of CLLD: place-based or half-hearted implementation? pp. 879-898 Downloads
Patrik Hämäläinen and Sarolta Németh
Geographies of (in)justice and the (in)effectiveness of place-based policies in Greece pp. 899-916 Downloads
George Petrakos, Lefteris Topaloglou, Ageliki Anagnostou and Victor Cupcea
Can digitalization be a tool to overcome spatial injustice in sparsely populated regions? The cases of Digital Västerbotten (Sweden) and Smart Country Side (Germany) pp. 917-934 Downloads
Linnea Löfving, Viktoria Kamuf, Timothy Heleniak, Sabine Weck and Gustaf Norlén
Having a voice and a place: local youth driving urban development in an East German town under transformation pp. 935-951 Downloads
Viktoria Kamuf and Sabine Weck
Spatial justice on the horizon? A combined Theory of Change scenario tool to assess place-based interventions pp. 952-973 Downloads
Simone Piras, Paulina Tobiasz-Lis, Margaret Currie, Karolina Dmochowska-Dudek, Dominic Duckett and Andrew Copus

Volume 30, issue 4, 2022

Facing Covid-19: the digitalization path of Opera di Santa Maria del Fiore in Florence pp. 573-589 Downloads
Silvia Fissi, Elena Gori, Alberto Romolini and Marco Contri
Effects of ‘Covidfencing’ on cross-border commuting: a case of Czech-German borderland pp. 590-607 Downloads
Lukáš Novotný
Dimensions of (post-)viral tourism revival: actions and strategies from the perspectives of policymakers in Portugal pp. 608-626 Downloads
Faruk Seyitoğlu, Carlos Costa and Ana Maria Malta
Stakeholder viewpoints on facilitation of cross-border cooperation pp. 627-642 Downloads
João Augusto Rossi Borges, Sabine Neuberger, Helmut Saatkamp, Alfons Oude Lansink and Dietrich Darr
Urban ‘beautification’ and its discontents: the erosion of urban commons in Milan pp. 643-662 Downloads
Maria Tartari, Sabrina Pedrini and Pier Luigi Sacco
Just city planning competitions in Helsinki: between the power of image and many images of power pp. 663-683 Downloads
Hossam Hewidy
An overview of the River Contract tool: new aims in planning and protected areas issues pp. 684-704 Downloads
Donatella Cialdea and Chiara Pompei
Ontologies of live-work mix in Amsterdam, Brussels and Stockholm: an institutionalist approach drawing on path dependency pp. 705-724 Downloads
Constance Uyttebrouck, Pascal De Decker and Jacques Teller
Hard, soft and thin governance spaces in land-use change: comparing office-to-residential conversions in England, Scotland and the Netherlands pp. 725-743 Downloads
Patricia Canelas, Ben Clifford, Jessica Ferm and Nicola Livingstone
Where is tourist housing actually located? New approaches and sources for detailed scale analysis pp. 744-768 Downloads
Juan-Mariano Camarillo-Naranjo, Ismael Vallejo-Villalta, Alfonso Fernández-Tabales and Enrique Santos-Pavón
Conditions for networked co-production through digital participatory platforms in urban planning pp. 769-788 Downloads
Reinout Kleinhans, Enzo Falco and Ian Babelon
Seeing the city: interdisciplinary perspectives on the study of the urban pp. 789-790 Downloads
Marilena Prisco

Volume 30, issue 3, 2022

Introduction to the special issue – cultural mega-events and heritage: challenges for European cities pp. 427-436 Downloads
Davide Ponzini
Short-term gains and long-term challenges to learning from mega-event planning in the city of Genoa pp. 437-456 Downloads
Zachary Mark Jones
A mega-event in a small city: community participation, heritage and scale in the case of Pafos 2017 European Capital of Culture pp. 457-477 Downloads
Evanthia Dova, Angeliki Sivitanidou, Natia R. Anastasi and Julia Georgi-Nerantzia Tzortzi
A heritage-inspired cultural mega-event in a stigmatized city: Hull UK City of Culture 2017 pp. 478-498 Downloads
Enrico Tommarchi and Franco Bianchini
Cultural events and heritage policy for the Milan Expo 2015: experimental intersections between mega-event and city pp. 499-513 Downloads
Stefano Di Vita
Culture and heritage as a means to foster quality of life? The case of Wrocław European Capital of Culture 2016 pp. 514-533 Downloads
Joanna Sanetra-Szeliga
Liverpool’s European Capital of Culture legacy narrative: a selective heritage? pp. 534-553 Downloads
Tamara West
Internationalizing small-sized cities through mega-events: the case of Matera-Basilicata 2019 European Capital of Culture pp. 554-565 Downloads
Marina Rotolo
Heritage and cultural mega-events: backgrounds, approaches and challenges pp. 566-572 Downloads
Jacek Purchla

Volume 30, issue 2, 2022

Inside out, exploring residential spaces during COVID-19 lockdown from the perspective of architecture students pp. 211-226 Downloads
Paria Valizadeh and Aminreza Iranmanesh
High speed rail as urban generator? An analysis of land use change around European stations pp. 227-250 Downloads
Fabian Wenner and Alain Thierstein
Integrating green infrastructures in spatial planning: a scrutiny of regional tools in Sardinia, Italy pp. 251-268 Downloads
Andrea De Montis, Antonio Ledda and Giovanna Calia
Core-city climate leadership in metropolitan contractual management agreements pp. 269-291 Downloads
Gro Sandkjær Hanssen and Anders Tønnesen
How to achieve parsimonious urban land use: The Case of Greater Zurich pp. 292-310 Downloads
Sibylle Wälty
Rural public places: specificity and importance for the local community (case study of four villages) pp. 311-335 Downloads
Dawid Soszyński, Barbara Sowińska-Świerkosz, Jan Kamiński, Ewa Trzaskowska and Adam Gawryluk
The death and life of Malmi neighbourhood shopping street: is ethnic retail a catalyst for public life recovery in Helsinki? pp. 336-358 Downloads
Hossam Hewidy and Johanna Lilius
Studying abandoned settlements’ renaissance in the context of rural geography: perspectives for Prespes, Greece pp. 359-383 Downloads
Konstantina Ntassiou
Mining activity and island landscape issues: evidence from Cyclades islands, Greece pp. 384-404 Downloads
Evangelia-Theodora Derdemezi, Georgios Tsilimigkas and Thanasis Kizos
Identifying the determinants of vacuum tube high-speed train development with technology roadmapping – a study from Poland pp. 405-424 Downloads
Joanna Duda, Rafał Kusa, Rafał Rumin, Marcin Suder and Jerzy Feliks
Estate regeneration and its discontents. Public housing, place and inequality in London pp. 425-426 Downloads
Sonia Freire Trigo

Volume 30, issue 1, 2022

Star architecture and urban transformation: introduction to the special issue pp. 1-12 Downloads
Nadia Alaily-Mattar, Georgia Lindsay and Alain Thierstein
The problematization of ‘star architecture’ in architecture research pp. 13-31 Downloads
Nadia Alaily-Mattar, Joelean Hall and Alain Thierstein
Revitalization, transformation and the ‘Bilbao effect’: testing the local area impact of iconic architectural developments in North America, 2000–2009 pp. 32-49 Downloads
Matt Patterson
Superstar Museums and global media exposure: mapping the positioning of the Guggenheim Museum Bilbao through networks pp. 50-65 Downloads
Beatriz Plaza, Ibon Aranburu and Marisol Esteban
A constellation of stars: what a local newspaper talks about when it talks about star architecture pp. 66-84 Downloads
Georgia Lindsay and Mark Sawyer
The Elbphilharmonie and the Hamburg effect: on the social positioning, identities and system functions of a building and a city pp. 85-104 Downloads
Tobias Heuer and Jochen Runde
Star architecture projects and the geographies of innovation across the construction supply chain: the case of the Elbphilharmonie pp. 105-120 Downloads
Johannes Dreher and Joachim Thiel
Exceptional architecture, learning processes, and the contradictory performativity of norms and standards pp. 121-140 Downloads
Monika Grubbauer and Venetsiya Dimitrova
Transnational mobilities of the tallest building: origins, mobilization and urban effects of Dubai’s Burj Khalifa pp. 141-159 Downloads
Davide Ponzini and Khaled Alawadi
Beyond starchitecture: the shared architectural language of urban memorial spaces pp. 160-177 Downloads
Anne-Marie Broudehoux and Guylaine Cheli
Shops, food, regeneration and a controversial signature building in Turin, Italy pp. 178-194 Downloads
Alberto Vanolo
The attention economy of authentic cities: how cities behave like influencers pp. 195-209 Downloads
David A. Banks
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