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Urban, Planning and Transport Research

2013 - 2014

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Volume 7, issue 2, 2014

Introduction: Toward output legitimacy in local government? pp. 119-122 Downloads
Annelin Gustavsen, Asbjørn Røiseland and Jon Pierre
Mirror of the state or independent image? - Conceptual perspectives on the question of a legitimacy shift to the output dimension in local democracy pp. 123-136 Downloads
Michael Haus
Local policies and local government legitimacy. The Swedish case pp. 137-152 Downloads
Katarina Roos and Anders Lidström
Beyond 'What do I get?' Functional and procedural sources of Dutch citizens' satisfaction with local democracy pp. 153-168 Downloads
Bas Denters
Councillors' perspectives on democratic legitimacy in English local government: politics through provision? pp. 169-181 Downloads
Colin Copus
Democratic metropolitan governance: experiences in five German metropolitan regions pp. 182-199 Downloads
Karsten Zimmermann
Procedure or performance? Assessing citizen's attitudes toward legitimacy in Swedish and Norwegian local government pp. 200-212 Downloads
Annelin Gustavsen, Asbjørn Røiseland and Jon Pierre
What if performance accountability mechanisms engender distrust? pp. 213-227 Downloads
Vicki Johansson and Stig Montin
'The Rhinish Greeks'. Bailout funds for local government in German federal states pp. 228-240 Downloads
Hubert Heinelt and Philipp Stolzenberg
Ali Madanipour, Sabine Knierbein and Aglaée Degros, Public space and the challenges of urban transformation in Europe pp. 241-242 Downloads
Pedro Gomes
Annika Marlen Hinze, Turkish Berlin: integration policy & urban space pp. 243-244 Downloads
Matthew G. Hannah
Hannah Jones, Negotiating cohesion, inequality and change: uncomfortable positions in local government pp. 244-246 Downloads
Tom Collins
Leonie J. Pearson, Peter W. Newton and Peter Roberts, Resilient sustainable cities - a future pp. 246-248 Downloads
Emma Terama
Mark Davidson and Deborah Martin, Urban politics: critical approaches pp. 248-250 Downloads
Eric Sarmiento
Yvonne Rydin, The future of planning: beyond growth dependence pp. 250-252 Downloads
Anthony Levenda
Ben Clifford and Mark Tewdwr-Jones, The collaborating planner? Practitioners in the neoliberal age pp. 252-254 Downloads
Carlos Nunes Silva

Volume 7, issue 1, 2014

Facilitated and emergent social learning in sustainable urban redevelopment: exposing a mismatch and moving towards convergence pp. 1-19 Downloads
Meg Holden, Azadeh Hadizadeh Esfahani and Andy Scerri
Living together privately: for a cautious reading of cohousing pp. 20-34 Downloads
Francesco Chiodelli and Valeria Baglione
Twin cities in the process of metropolisation pp. 35-55 Downloads
Evert Meijers, Marloes Hoogerbrugge and Koen Hollander
Planning for military real estate conversion: collaborative practices and urban redevelopment projects in two Italian cities pp. 56-73 Downloads
Davide Ponzini and Marco Vani
Between suburbanisation and re-urbanisation: revisiting the urban life cycle in a Mediterranean compact city pp. 74-88 Downloads
Vittorio Gargiulo Morelli, Kostas Rontos and Luca Salvati
The Oslo transport packages 1-3: success by local initiatives pp. 89-100 Downloads
Tor Bysveen
Exchange of knowledge and expertise for sustainable urban development: experiences from cross-disciplinary and transnational cooperation between practitioners and researchers in the Öresund region pp. 101-106 Downloads
Elisabeth Dalholm Hornyanszky
Introduction to the book review special issue: insight into the contemporary cities: narratives and images of five European cities pp. 107-109 Downloads
Caterina Testa
London After Recession: A Fictitious Capital?, edited by Gavin Poynter, Ian MacRury, Andrew Calcutt, Farnham, Ashgate, 2012, 362 pp. (hardback), £58.50, ISBN 9781409431022 pp. 110-111 Downloads
Caterina Testa
Thinking Barcelona. Ideologies of a Global City. by Edgar Illas Liverpool University Press, 2012, 224pp, £70, ISBN 9781846318320 pp. 111-113 Downloads
Elena Pede
Orienting Istanbul. Cultural Capital of Europe?, edited by Deniz Göztürk, Levent Soysal and Ipek Türeli, London and New York, Routledge, 2010, 336 pag., ISBN 978-0-415-58011-3 pp. 113-114 Downloads
Giacomo Pettenati
Staging the New Berlin: Place Marketing and the Politics of Urban Reinvention Post-1989, by Claire Colomb, London and New York, Routledge, 2012, 358 pp., £34.99 (paperback), ISBN 978-0-415-59403-5 pp. 115-116 Downloads
Nadia Caruso
Green Oslo. Visions, Planning and Discourse, edited by Mark Luccarelli and Peter Gunnar Røe, Ashgate, 2012, 293 pp. (hardback), £65.00, ISBN 9781409438960 pp. 116-118 Downloads
Bianca Maria Seardo

Volume 6, issue 3, 2013

Into the twenty-first century: North American urban governance and development in a global context pp. 245-254 Downloads
Annika M. Hinze and James M. Smith
Stability and change in US city policymaking: evidence and a path forward pp. 255-275 Downloads
Joshua Sapotichne, Megan Johnson and Young-Shin Park
The end of US public housing as we knew it pp. 276-296 Downloads
Janet L. Smith
What is wrong with gentrification? pp. 297-310 Downloads
Margaret Kohn
State rescaling in practice: urban governance reform in Toronto pp. 311-328 Downloads
Martin Horak
Waterfront politics: revisiting the case of Camden, New Jersey's redevelopment pp. 329-345 Downloads
Lindsay Morgia and Thomas J. Vicino
Business improvement districts in New York: the private sector in public service or the public sector privatized? pp. 346-364 Downloads
Jill Simone Gross
Pécs, as the victim of multi-level governance: the case of the project 'European Capital of Culture' in 2010 pp. 365-375 Downloads
Ilona Pálné Kovács
Harnessing social capital to achieve social development goals: collective action for fuel transition among urban poor in India pp. 376-381 Downloads
Veena Aggarwal, Bibhu Nayak and Christine Werthmann
Urban regeneration in UK 2nd Edition, by Phil Jones and James Evans, London, SAGE, 2013, 271 pp., £26.99, ISBN 978-1-4462-0812-0 pp. 382-383 Downloads
Nadia Caruso
Adapting Cities to Climate Change: Understanding and Addressing the Development Challenges, edited by Jane Bicknell, David Dodman and David Satterthwaite, London, Washington DC: Earthscan, 2009, ISBN 9781844077458 (hbk.), ISBN 9781844077465 (pbk.), xxvi, 397 p., ill., maps pp. 383-386 Downloads
Bruno Zanon
Two books on one issue: China-Europe spatial relationship pp. 387-390 Downloads
Erguo Zhu

Volume 6, issue 2, 2013

Enterprise zones and zones franches urbaines: a critique of area-based fiscal incentives and regeneration in England and France pp. 123-139 Downloads
Franck Chignier-Riboulon and Stephen Hall
The local governance of culture-led regeneration projects: a comparison between Montreal and Toronto pp. 140-157 Downloads
Sébastien Darchen and Diane-Gabrielle Tremblay
Social practices and gender in a historic public space: the Alameda in Santa Cruz de Tenerife (Canary Islands, Spain) pp. 158-173 Downloads
Luz Marina García Herrera, M-super-a Carmen Díaz Rodríguez and Alejandro Armas Díaz
Outcomes for 'stayers' in urban regeneration areas: the New Deal for Communities Programme in England pp. 174-193 Downloads
Ian Wilson
Displacement and urban restructuring in Amsterdam; following relocatees after demolition of social housing pp. 194-210 Downloads
Koen F. Tieskens and Sako Musterd
Developing creative quarters in cities: policy lessons from 'Art and Design City' Arabianranta, Helsinki pp. 211-218 Downloads
Erwin van Tuijl, Luis Carvalho and Jeroen van Haaren
The 'Corona Verde' Strategic Plan: an integrated vision for protecting and enhancing the natural and cultural heritage pp. 219-228 Downloads
Claudia Cassatella
Thematic book review: contemporary trends in spatial planning research pp. 229-230 Downloads
Federico Savini
The future of the city regions, edited by Michael Neuman and Angela Hull pp. 231-232 Downloads
Koen Raats
International perspectives on suburbanization: a post-suburban world? edited by Nicholas A. Phelps and Fulong Wu pp. 233-235 Downloads
Guowen Dai
Strategic planning for contemporary urban regions: city of cities: a project for Milan, edited by Alessandro Balducci, Valeria Fedeli, and Gabriele Pasqui pp. 235-236 Downloads
Federico Savini
Comparative metropolitan policy: governing beyond local boundaries in the imagined metropolis, by Jen Nelles pp. 237-238 Downloads
Thijs Koolmees
Planning olympic legacies: transport dreams and urban realities, by Eva Kassens-Noor pp. 238-240 Downloads
Rick Vermeulen
The very hungry city - urban energy efficiency and the economic fate of cities, by Austin Troy pp. 240-241 Downloads
Caroline J. Uittenbroek
Urban reflections: narratives of place, planning and change, by Mark Tewdwr-Jones pp. 242-243 Downloads
Sebastian Dembski

Volume 6, issue 1, 2013

Competition, cooperation and co-opetition: unfolding the process of inter-territorial branding pp. 1-18 Downloads
Cecilia Pasquinelli
Scaling-down and scaling-up processes of territorial governance: cities and regions facing institutional reform and planning challenges pp. 19-39 Downloads
Bruno Zanon
Rescaling metropolitan governance: examining discourses and conflicts in two Swiss metropolitan areas pp. 40-53 Downloads
Nico van der Heiden, Philippe Koch and Daniel Kübler
Towards the 'ubiquitous eco-city': An analysis of the internationalisation of eco-city policy and practice pp. 54-74 Downloads
Simon Joss, Robert Cowley and Daniel Tomozeiu
The Navy and the city: conflict, cooperation and political competition in the urban governance of Toulon pp. 75-94 Downloads
Francesca Artioli
Drowning the suburb: settlement planning and climate change adaptation in a Hungarian metropolitan area pp. 95-109 Downloads
Veronika Czakó
Urban planning practices for bikeable cities - the case of Copenhagen pp. 110-115 Downloads
Thomas A. Sick Nielsen, Hans Skov-Petersen and Trine Agervig Carstensen
Cities for people, not for profit - critical urban theory and the right to the city, by Neil Brenner, Peter Marcuse and Margit Mayer, London, Routledge, 2011, 284 pp., €31.95 (paperback), ISBN 978-0415601788 pp. 116-117 Downloads
Johannes Riegler
Struggling giants: city-region governance in London, New York, Paris and Tokyo, by Paul Kantor, Christian Lefèvre, Asato Saito, Hank V. Savitch, Andy Thornley, University of Minnesota Press, London and Minneapolis, 2012, 332 pp., $30.00 (paperback), ISBN 978-0-8166-7743-6 pp. 117-120 Downloads
Francesca Nicolò
The temporary city, by Peter Bishop and Lesley Williams, Oxon, Routledge, 2012, 248 pp., $155.00, ISBN 9780415670555 (hardback), $47.95, ISBN 9780415670562 (paperback) pp. 120-121 Downloads
Sabina Uffer
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