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Now available from our current issue, Examining Public Private Partnerships and the Production of Urban Space! Removing the public from public housing: Public–private redevelopment of the Ellen Wilson Dwellings in Washington, DC, by Johanna Bockman

This article can be found in the current issue of the Journal of Urban Affairs regarding Examining Public Private Partnerships and the Production of Urban Space. Removing the public from public housing: Public–private redevelopment of the Ellen Wilson Dwellings in Washington, DC, by Johanna Bockman Abstract In the United States, urban regimes have long brought together… Continue reading Now available from our current issue, Examining Public Private Partnerships and the Production of Urban Space! Removing the public from public housing: Public–private redevelopment of the Ellen Wilson Dwellings in Washington, DC, by Johanna Bockman

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Now available from our current issue, Examining Public Private Partnerships and the Production of Urban Space! Public–private synergies: Reconceiving urban redevelopment in Tübingen, Germany, by Susanna F. Schaller

This article can be found in the current issue of the Journal of Urban Affairs regarding Examining Public Private Partnerships and the Production of Urban Space. Public–private synergies: Reconceiving urban redevelopment in Tübingen, Germany, by Susanna F. Schaller Abstract The public–private development (PPD) model created in Tübingen, Germany, exemplifies an alternative to traditional PPD practices that… Continue reading Now available from our current issue, Examining Public Private Partnerships and the Production of Urban Space! Public–private synergies: Reconceiving urban redevelopment in Tübingen, Germany, by Susanna F. Schaller

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Now available from our current issue, Examining Public Private Partnerships and the Production of Urban Space! State domination in Singapore’s public–private partnerships, by Susan S. Fainstein

This article can be found in the current issue of the Journal of Urban Affairs regarding Examining Public Private Partnerships and the Production of Urban Space. State domination in Singapore’s public–private partnerships, by Susan S. Fainstein Abstract Within U.S. cities, public–private partnerships (PPPs) consisting of government agencies and property developers have been dominated by the profit-driven… Continue reading Now available from our current issue, Examining Public Private Partnerships and the Production of Urban Space! State domination in Singapore’s public–private partnerships, by Susan S. Fainstein

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Now available from our current issue, Examining Public Private Partnerships and the Production of Urban Space! Local-level philanthropic partnerships in public education: Dilemmas for equity and public responsibility, by Elizabeth Nisbet

This article can be found in the current issue of the Journal of Urban Affairs regarding Examining Public Private Partnerships and the Production of Urban Space. Local-level philanthropic partnerships in public education: Dilemmas for equity and public responsibility, by Elizabeth Nisbet Abstract Public–private partnerships (PPPs) have a growing presence in U.S. public schools in activities ranging… Continue reading Now available from our current issue, Examining Public Private Partnerships and the Production of Urban Space! Local-level philanthropic partnerships in public education: Dilemmas for equity and public responsibility, by Elizabeth Nisbet

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Now available from our current issue, Examining Public Private Partnerships and the Production of Urban Space! Developing homeless shelters through public–private partnerships: The case of the Red Door Family Shelter in Toronto, by Matti Siemiatycki

This article can be found in the current issue of the Journal of Urban Affairs regarding Examining Public Private Partnerships and the Production of Urban Space. Developing homeless shelters through public–private partnerships: The case of the Red Door Family Shelter in Toronto, by Matti Siemiatycki Abstract This article examines the possibility of delivering much-needed social service… Continue reading Now available from our current issue, Examining Public Private Partnerships and the Production of Urban Space! Developing homeless shelters through public–private partnerships: The case of the Red Door Family Shelter in Toronto, by Matti Siemiatycki

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Special Issue Preview: Examining Public Private Partnerships and the Production of Urban Space

Articles from our current Examining Public Private Partnerships and the Production of Urban Space, have been posted on our site now! Please see all the links below for an introduction to all of our articles in this issue. Introduction By Guest Editors: Sandra Guinand and Susanna F. Schaller The articles in this special issue explore… Continue reading Special Issue Preview: Examining Public Private Partnerships and the Production of Urban Space

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Take a Look at this Preview of an Upcoming Book Review: “Furthering Fair Housing: Prospects for Racial Justice in America’s Neighborhoods”, reviewed by Gregory D. Squires

Furthering Fair Housing: Prospects for Racial Justice in America’s Neighborhoods, by Justin P. Steil, Nicholas F. Kelly, Lawrence J. Vale, and Maia S. Woluchem (eds), Philadelphia, Temple University Press, 2021. Reviewed by: Gregory D. Squires, George Washington University The Fair Housing Act (FHA) passed in 1968 has long had a dual mandate – ameliorating discrimination… Continue reading Take a Look at this Preview of an Upcoming Book Review: “Furthering Fair Housing: Prospects for Racial Justice in America’s Neighborhoods”, reviewed by Gregory D. Squires

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Take a Look at this Preview of an Upcoming Book Review: “Philadelphia Battlefields: Disruptive Campaigns and Upset Elections in a Changing City”, reviewed by David Niven

Philadelphia Battlefields: Disruptive Campaigns and Upset Elections in a Changing City, by John Kromer, Philadelphia, PA, Temple University Press, 2020 Reviewed by: David Niven, University of Cincinnati Running without the Democratic Party’s endorsement in a one-party town seems like a fool’s errand. But John Kromer analyzes the primary campaigns of candidates who took down entrenched… Continue reading Take a Look at this Preview of an Upcoming Book Review: “Philadelphia Battlefields: Disruptive Campaigns and Upset Elections in a Changing City”, reviewed by David Niven

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Now available from our current issue, Cities, Networks, and Urban Policy! Local politicians’ advice networks and the prospect of metropolitan civil society, by Eric S. Zeemering

This article can be found in the current issue of the Journal of Urban Affairs regarding Cities, Networks, and Urban Policy. This article currently has free access and is available to read and download. Local politicians’ advice networks and the prospect of metropolitan civil society, by Eric S. Zeemering Abstract Intergovernmental relations among local government… Continue reading Now available from our current issue, Cities, Networks, and Urban Policy! Local politicians’ advice networks and the prospect of metropolitan civil society, by Eric S. Zeemering

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Now available from our current issue, Cities, Networks, and Urban Policy! “Networked coalitions” as metropolitan governance: Lessons from the emergence of Australia’s Committees for Cities and Regions, by Thomas J. Sigler, Clare M. Mouat, Glen Searle & Kirsten Martinus

This article can be found in the current issue of the Journal of Urban Affairs regarding Cities, Networks, and Urban Policy. This article currently has free access and is available to read and download. “Networked coalitions” as metropolitan governance: Lessons from the emergence of Australia’s Committees for Cities and Regions, by Thomas J. Sigler, Clare… Continue reading Now available from our current issue, Cities, Networks, and Urban Policy! “Networked coalitions” as metropolitan governance: Lessons from the emergence of Australia’s Committees for Cities and Regions, by Thomas J. Sigler, Clare M. Mouat, Glen Searle & Kirsten Martinus