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International Journal of Urban Sciences

2013 - 2023

Current editor(s): Dongjoo Park and Mack Joong Choi

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Volume 27, month 01, 2023

Evaluating the walking accessibility of Cook County’s public schools to use as open space pp. 1-18 Downloads
Aynaz Lotfata, Ran Tao and Yanfang Su
Finding the old in the new: Smart cities in the national and local trajectories of urban development pp. 1-9 Downloads
Anders Riel Müller, Joon Park and Jung Won Sonn
Evolution of the smart city: three extensions to governance, sustainability, and decent urbanisation from an ICT-based urban solution pp. 10-28 Downloads
Joon Park and Seungho Yoo
The effects of ‘sanctuary city’ policies on the local economy: empirical evidence from US counties pp. 19-38 Downloads
In Kwon Park, Burkhard von Rabenau and Zhe Hong
Revisiting inclusion in smart cities: infrastructural hybridization and the institutionalization of citizen participation in Bengaluru’s peripheries pp. 29-49 Downloads
Bart A. M. van Gils and Ajay Bailey
Exploring the spatio-temporal characteristics and driving factors of urban expansion in Xi'an during 1930–2014 pp. 39-64 Downloads
Fei Wang and Ning Gu
What do people want in a smart city? Exploring the stakeholders’ opinions, priorities and perceived barriers in a medium-sized city in the United States pp. 50-74 Downloads
Cristina Del-Real, Chandra Ward and Mina Sartipi
Overheated behaviours and spread effects: an analysis of London’s housing market pp. 65-92 Downloads
I-Chun Tsai
Smart city as a social transition towards inclusive development through technology: a tale of four smart cities pp. 75-100 Downloads
Juhyun Lee, Julia Babcock, Thai Son Pham, Thu Hien Bui and Myounggu Kang
Alternative housing priorities for low-income migrants in Jakarta, Indonesia pp. 93-111 Downloads
Joko Adianto and Rossa Turpuk Gabe
Bridging the top-down and bottom-up approaches to smart urbanization? A reflection on Beijing’s Shuangjing International Sustainable Development Community Pilot pp. 101-123 Downloads
Shuwen Zhou, Haokun Fu, Shanshan Tao, Yanan Han and Mingrui Mao
The origin of industrial workers and rural in situ urbanization in Temanggung Regency, Indonesia pp. 112-128 Downloads
Holi Bina Wijaya and Imam Buchori
Implementing the smart city: who has a say? Some insights from Hong Kong pp. 124-148 Downloads
Kevin Y. K. Leung and H. Y. Lee
The inception of housing pathways in urban China: the declining household formation of young adults from 2011 to 2017 pp. 129-154 Downloads
Zhou Yu, Michael Haan and Chengdong Yi
Planning and technological innovation: the governance challenges faced by English local authorities in adopting planning technologies pp. 149-163 Downloads
Ciaran Devlin and Jon Coaffee
The relationship between residential burglaries and urban environments in Taipei City: a data mining approach pp. 155-177 Downloads
Yi-Kai Juan and Wan-Hsuan Lin
Developmentalist smart cities? the cases of Singapore and Seoul pp. 164-182 Downloads
Yu-Min Joo
Dynamics in the governance of smart cities: insights from South Korean smart cities pp. 183-205 Downloads
Yirang Lim, Jurian Edelenbos and Alberto Gianoli

Volume 26, month 10, 2022

Relationships between socio-demographic structure and spatio-temporal distribution patterns of COVID-19 cases in Istanbul, Turkey pp. 557-581 Downloads
Merve Yilmaz and Aslı Ulubaş Hamurcu
Spatial dimension of climate change vulnerability and urbanization relationship in Nigeria pp. 582-603 Downloads
Cletus Famous Nwankwo, Onyinyechi G. Ossai, Romanus U. Ayadiuno and Christopher C. Ikeogu
Estimation of land surface temperature in response to land use/land cover transformation in Kolkata city and its suburban area, India pp. 604-631 Downloads
Souvik Biswas and Soumen Ghosh
Residential segregation and employment stability among China’s migrant population, and related intergenerational differences—analysis based on propensity score matching pp. 632-650 Downloads
Jinxin Yao, Xingfu Lu and Fengxian Qiu
Can land prices be used to curb urban industrial land expansion? An explanation from the perspective of substitutability of land in production pp. 651-671 Downloads
Aidong Zhao, Jinsheng Huang, Huub Ploegmakers, Jing Lan, Erwin van der Krabben and Xianlei Ma
Urban governance in an increasingly mobile society: the case of Chinese cities pp. 672-690 Downloads
Feng Deng
Designing an intelligent emergency response system to minimize the impacts of traffic incidents: a new approximation queuing model pp. 691-709 Downloads
Hamid R. Sayarshad
Discovering research topics, trends, and perspectives in COVID-19-related transportation journal articles pp. 710-738 Downloads
Reuben Tamakloe, Dongjoo Park and Hyunho Chang

Volume 26, month 07, 2022

Features of the ripple effect in the US regional housing markets: a viewpoint of nonsynchronous trading pp. 373-397 Downloads
I-Chun Tsai
How do the poor survive in an unaffordable city? – An empirical study of informal housing households living in Hong Kong pp. 398-419 Downloads
Ka Man Leung and Chung Yim Yiu
The impact of right-to-work legislation on foreign manufacturing employment in the United States pp. 420-437 Downloads
Eunbi Kim
Federalism and urban primacy: political dimensions that influence the city–country divide in Australia pp. 438-462 Downloads
George Wilkinson, Fiona Haslam McKenzie and Julian Bolleter
Do institutional designs matter for planning review? A garbage-can simulation approach pp. 463-477 Downloads
Feng-Tyan Lin and Shih-Kung Lai
How do psychological, habitual and built environment factors influence cycling in a city with a well-connected cycling infrastructure? pp. 478-498 Downloads
J. Rafael Verduzco Torres, Jinhyun Hong and David Philip McArthur
Generalized ordered logit analysis on the injury severity of traffic crashes by older drivers: the case of South Korea pp. 499-516 Downloads
Tae-Hyoung Tommyo Gim
New methodologies for predicting corridor travel time mean and reliability pp. 517-540 Downloads
Zifeng Wu, Laurence R. Rilett and Weijun Ren
Impact of urban pattern on operating costs of public services: quantification through the economic weight of services ‘to property’ pp. 541-556 Downloads
Francisco Javier Garrido-Jiménez, Francesc Magrinyà and María Consuelo del Moral-Ávila

Volume 26, month 04, 2022

The influence of urbanicity and built environment on the frequency of distracted driving-related crashes: a multi-state comparison pp. 185-212 Downloads
Youngbin Lym, Seunghoon Kim and Zhenhua Chen
How different patterns of urbanization affect regional innovation? Evidence from Russia pp. 213-243 Downloads
Sabyasachi Tripathi, Evgeniy Kutsenko and Viktoriya Boos
In situ urbanization-driven industrial activities: the Pringapus enclave on the rural-urban fringe of Semarang Metropolitan Region, Indonesia pp. 244-267 Downloads
Imam Buchori, Lintang Rahmayana, Pangi Pangi, Angrenggani Pramitasari, Anang Wahyu Sejati, Yudi Basuki and Chely Novia Bramiana
Housing tenure of young people through a multilevel strategy: differences according to living arrangements pp. 268-290 Downloads
M. Consuelo Colom Andrés and M. Cruz Molés Machí
Economic and land use impacts of net zero-emission target in New Zealand pp. 291-308 Downloads
Yue Wang, Basil Sharp, Stephen Poletti and Kyung-Min Nam
A study on street network resilience in urban areas by urban network analysis: comparative study of old, new and middle fabrics in shiraz pp. 309-331 Downloads
Maryam Roosta, Masoud Javadpoor and Maryam Ebadi
Collaborative approaches to urban governance model of historic districts: a case study of the Yu’er Hutong project in Beijing pp. 332-350 Downloads
Yoonjee Baek and Yue Zhang
The geography of the emergence of online peer-to-peer lending platforms in China: an evolutionary economic geography perspective pp. 351-371 Downloads
Yijia Chen and Robert Hassink

Volume 26, month 01, 2022

Reframing deindustrialization pp. 29-35 Downloads
Jennifer Clark
Geopolitics and economic geography: a commentary on Andy Pike’s geographical political economy pp. 36-44 Downloads
Jung Won Sonn and Lin-Fang Hsu
A geographical political economy response to commentaries on ‘Coping with deindustrialization in the global North and South’ pp. 45-52 Downloads
Andy Pike
Planning for urban redevelopment: a transaction cost approach pp. 53-67 Downloads
Shih-Kung Lai, Hsiao-Lei Liu and I.-Chih Lan
Are Millennials leaving town? Reconciling peak Millennials and youthification hypotheses pp. 68-86 Downloads
Hyojung Lee
Analysis of road traffic speed in Kunming plateau mountains: a fusion PSO-LSTM algorithm pp. 87-107 Downloads
Yao Mao, Guojin Qin, Pingan Ni and Qian Liu
Property ownership and resettlement options in Vietnam: the case of District 8, Ho Chi Minh City pp. 129-147 Downloads
Ducksu Seo, Youseung Shin and Youngsang Kwon
Complementing mobile measurements with Walking Interviews: a case study on personal exposure of commuters in Chennai, India pp. 148-161 Downloads
Heike Marquart, Uwe Schlink and S. M. Shiva Nagendra
Recommending taxi routes with an advance reservation – a multi-criteria route planner pp. 162-183 Downloads
Hsun-Ping Hsieh and Fandel Lin

Volume 26, month 1, 2022

Coping with deindustrialization in the global North and South pp. 1-22 Downloads
Andy Pike
Is geographical political economy the only/right framework for understanding and explaining deindustrialization in the regions of the Global North and South? pp. 23-28 Downloads
Robert Hassink
Driving effects of urbanization on city-level carbon dioxide emissions: from multiple perspectives of urbanization pp. 108-128 Downloads
Yanru Pu, Yuyi Wang and Peng Wang
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