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Monthly archive September, 2018
SPS Seminar: Paolo de Martino - Spatial and institutional path dependencies in Naples port-city region (2 Oct, 12:30)

SPS Seminar: Paolo de Martino – Spatial and institutional path dependencies in Naples port-city region (2 Oct, 12:30)

Speaker: Paolo de Martino (Delft University of Technology/University of Naples Federico II) Time and place: 02 October, 12:30, 01.West.270, BK, TU Delft Topic: Defending the past by challenging the future. Analysis of spatial and institutional path dependencies in Naples port-city region Today the port of Naples is experiencing a problem of relations with the city and the...
Special issue of Planning Perspectives on the history of European spatial planning

Special issue of Planning Perspectives on the history of European spatial planning

In a context where European integration is put into question, under the weight of external (migration, safety issues, economic) and centrifugal forces (Brexit, growing Euroscepticism), European spatial planning has been somewhat sidelined in the debates on the European Union’s goals, cohesion and future. Following a session organised at the IPHS conference in Delft in 2016,...
SPS Seminar: Patrizia Sulis - Urban Dynamics and Spatial Behaviour in London (20 Sept, 13:30)

SPS Seminar: Patrizia Sulis – Urban Dynamics and Spatial Behaviour in London (20 Sept, 13:30)

Speaker: Patrizia Sulis (The Bartlett, UCL) Time and place: 20 September, 13:30, 01.West.060, BK, TU Delft Topic: Applying a computational method to explore the diversity of urban dynamics and spatial behaviour in London Abstract: The availability of large amounts of new data containing human mobility information at a higher spatiotemporal resolution represents an unprecedented opportunity...
New book chapters on planning policy transfer

New book chapters on planning policy transfer

A new book entitled “Knowledge, Policymaking and Learning for European Cities and Regions From Research to Practice” has been published by Edward Elgar. The book, edited by Nicola Francesco Dotti, provides theories, experiences, reflections and future directions for social scientists engaged with policy-oriented research in cities and regions.  Dominic Stead has co-authored two of the book’s chapters: Chapter 4:...
Regional Studies special issue on policy-transfer in regional development and planning, edited by M.Dąbrowski, I.Musiałkowska and L.Polverari

Regional Studies special issue on policy-transfer in regional development and planning, edited by M.Dąbrowski, I.Musiałkowska and L.Polverari

A special issue of Regional Studies on policy transfer is finally out both online and in print. It was edited by Marcin Dąbrowski, Ida Musiałkowska (Poznań University of Economics) and Laura Polverari (EPRC, University of Strathclyde). The initiative stemmed from a workshop organised at Urbanism, TU Delft, on policy transfer that was organised under the...

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