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Online ahead of print| The logics and limits of “collaborative governance” in Nantes, by Steven Griggs, David Howarth, & Andrés Feandeiro

Please enjoy the following article from the Journal of Urban Affairs, available online prior to print. The logics and limits of “collaborative governance” in Nantes: Myth, ideology, and the politics of new urban regimes; by Steven Griggs, David Howarth, & Andrés Feandeiro Abstract: This article characterizes and evaluates a paradigm case of urban collaborative governance:… Continue reading Online ahead of print| The logics and limits of “collaborative governance” in Nantes, by Steven Griggs, David Howarth, & Andrés Feandeiro

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Online ahead of print| Legal diversity and the strategies of negotiating public spaces in Christiania, by Päivi Rannila

Please enjoy the following article from the Journal of Urban Affairs, available online prior to print. Legal diversity and the strategies of negotiating public spaces in Christiania, by Päivi Rannila Abstract: Although the conceptions of public spaces as open, equal, and democratic have proven to be problematic, they are even more complex in communities whose… Continue reading Online ahead of print| Legal diversity and the strategies of negotiating public spaces in Christiania, by Päivi Rannila

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Online ahead of print| Spatial plans in post-liberalization India: Who’s making the plans for fast-growing Indian urban regions? By Sanjeev Vidyarthi

Please enjoy the following article from the Journal of Urban Affairs, available online prior to print. Spatial plans in post-liberalization India: Who’s making the plans for fast-growing Indian urban regions? By Sanjeev Vidyarthi Abstract: This article asks who is making the plans for India’s fast-growing urban regions? It begins with the adopted conceptual framework illustrating… Continue reading Online ahead of print| Spatial plans in post-liberalization India: Who’s making the plans for fast-growing Indian urban regions? By Sanjeev Vidyarthi

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Online ahead of print| Austerity governance and bifurcated civil society: The changing matrices of urban politics in Athens, by Ioannis Chorianopoulos &Naya Tselepi

Please enjoy the following article from the Journal of Urban Affairs, available online prior to print. Austerity governance and bifurcated civil society: The changing matrices of urban politics in Athens, by Ioannis Chorianopoulos &Naya Tselepi Abstract: In this article, the shift from government to governance in local affairs is viewed through the “rescaling” lens and the… Continue reading Online ahead of print| Austerity governance and bifurcated civil society: The changing matrices of urban politics in Athens, by Ioannis Chorianopoulos &Naya Tselepi

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Online ahead of print| Principles of racial integration vs. perceptions of non-White neighborhoods, by Cassi A. Meyerhoffer & Jessica Kenty-Drane

Please enjoy the following article from the Journal of Urban Affairs, available online prior to print. Principles of racial integration vs. perceptions of non-White neighborhoods: Comparing hypothetical and real neighborhood choice, by Cassi A. Meyerhoffer & Jessica Kenty-Drane Abstract: Using qualitative interview data, we examine the consistency of White residents’ responses to questions about their… Continue reading Online ahead of print| Principles of racial integration vs. perceptions of non-White neighborhoods, by Cassi A. Meyerhoffer & Jessica Kenty-Drane

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Online ahead of print| Just revitalization in shrinking and shrunken cities? By Renia Ehrenfeucht & Marla Nelson

Please enjoy the following article from the Journal of Urban Affairs, available online prior to print. Just revitalization in shrinking and shrunken cities? Observations on gentrification from New Orleans and Cincinnati, by Renia Ehrenfeucht & Marla Nelson Abstract: In the last decade, shrinking cities have begun to gentrify, leading to optimistic narratives about their recovery.… Continue reading Online ahead of print| Just revitalization in shrinking and shrunken cities? By Renia Ehrenfeucht & Marla Nelson

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Book Review Preview: Handbook of Gentrification Studies

Handbook of Gentrification Studies, edited by Loretta Lees, with Martin Phillips. (Cheltenham, UK, Edward Elgar Publishing, 2018) Reviewed by: Dennis E. Gale, Stanford University Editor Loretta Lees (aided by Martin Phillips) has engaged 32 scholarly interlocutors from multiple disciplines to present an impressive range of planetary perspectives on gentrification. The result is a rabble of… Continue reading Book Review Preview: Handbook of Gentrification Studies

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Online ahead of print| Open government data in the smart city: Interoperability, urban knowledge, and linking legacy systems, by Thomas Lodato, Emma French, & Jennifer Clark

Please enjoy the following article from the Journal of Urban Affairs, available online prior to print. Open government data in the smart city: Interoperability, urban knowledge, and linking legacy systems, by Thomas Lodato, Emma French, & Jennifer Clark Abstract: Open government data (OGD) promise to reveal new insights and inform governance decisions related to changing… Continue reading Online ahead of print| Open government data in the smart city: Interoperability, urban knowledge, and linking legacy systems, by Thomas Lodato, Emma French, & Jennifer Clark

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Online ahead of print | Assemblages of altruism in urban service delivery: Seamful designs and cities, by Teresa Swist & Liam Magee

Please enjoy the following article from the Journal of Urban Affairs, available online prior to print. Assemblages of altruism in urban service delivery: Seamful designs and cities, by Teresa Swist & Liam Magee Abstract: Lack of access to services is one of the chief difficulties faced by marginalized urban communities. The proximity of digital technologies… Continue reading Online ahead of print | Assemblages of altruism in urban service delivery: Seamful designs and cities, by Teresa Swist & Liam Magee

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Free Access Article: Cultural entrepreneurship in U.S. cities (Issue 8)

The following article in the Journal of Urban Affairs, Issue 8 of 2018, is now available as a free access article. Cultural entrepreneurship in U.S. cities, by Haifeng Qian &Shiqin Liu Abstract: The cultural economy and entrepreneurship have been recognized as driving forces for urban and regional economic development. However, the overlap between the two—that is, cultural… Continue reading Free Access Article: Cultural entrepreneurship in U.S. cities (Issue 8)