Urban Research & Practice – Volume 15, Issue 1

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Urban Research & Practice

NOW AVAILABLE : Volume 15, Issue 1, April 2022

Contents:

Research Article

Human-centred public urban space: exploring how the ‘re-humanisation’ of cities as a universal concept has been adopted and is experienced within the socio-cultural context of Riyadh
Mohammed Almahmood, Natalie Marie Gulsrud, Oliver Schulze, Trine Agervig Carstensen & Gertrud Jørgensen
Pages: 1-24

Spatial inequality in Tehran, a structural explanation
Shadi Yousefi & Ilia Farahani
Pages: 25-46

Enterprise discourses in Dutch urban policies; a comparison between two cities in the Netherlands
Nuha Al Sader, Reinout Kleinhans & Maarten Van Ham
Pages: 47-70

Growth management for low-carbon development patterns – leverages in state planning enabling legislation
Deborah Heinen
Pages: 71-93

Dining out as a performative event
John Pløger
Pages: 94-111

Institutionalising smart city research and innovation: from fuzzy definitions to real-life experiments
Ralf-Martin Soe, Luiza Schuch de Azambuja, Kalle Toiskallio, Marko Nieminen & Michael Batty
Pages: 112-154

Comment

Conceptualising smart cities
Rob Kitchin
Pages: 155-159

Some thoughts on Ralf-Martin Soe, Luiza Schuch de Azambuja, Kalle Toiskallio, Marko Nieminen & Michael Batty (2021): Institutionalising smart city research and innovation: from fuzzy definitions to real-life experiments, urban research & practice, 2021
Susanne Frank
Pages: 160-162

Book Review

Demystifying smart cities: practical perspective on how cities can leverage the potential of new technologies
Arif Budy Pratama
Pages: 163-165

The end of the village: planning the urbanisation of rural China
Weijie Hu
Pages: 166-167

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Urban Research & Practice, the European Urban Research Association journal, provides a systematic description of urban issues, urban developments and urban policy and implementation.
It seeks to explain variations in urban policies or urban governance and analyse and evaluate the effects of these polices and processes. It also looks at the European-wide factors that impact on urban areas, urban policies and urban governance.

For any query with regard to our journal please contact the editor Professor Karsten Zimmermann, email: karsten.zimmermann@tu-dortmund.de

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