Publications (2012)

Centre for Urban Studies

 

The publication page shows the entire output of the Centre for Urban Studies in 2012 in alphabetical order. Included in the list are books, book chapters, articles in refereed journals, non-refereed journal articles and scientific reports. The total output of the Centre in 2012 sums up to a total of nearly 250 publications, of which more than 100 were published in peer-reviewed journals. 

 

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1. Aalbers, M.B. & Deinema, M. (2012). Placing prostitution: the spatial–sexual order of Amsterdam and its growth coalition. City: analysis of urban trends, culture, theory, policy, action, 16(1-2), 129-145.

 

2. Aalbers, M.B. & Sabat, M. (2012). Re-making a landscape of prostitution: the Amsterdam Red Light District: introduction. City: analysis of urban trends, culture, theory, policy, action, 16(1-2), 112-128.

 

3. Aalbers, M.B. (2012). European mortgage markets before and after the financial crisis. In M.B. Aalbers (Ed.), Subprime cities: the political economy of mortgage markets (Studies in urban and social change) (pp. 120-150). Chichester: Wiley-Blackwell.

 

4. Aalbers, M.B. (2012). Subprime cities and the twin crises. In M.B. Aalbers (Ed.), Subprime cities: The political economy of mortgage markets (Studies in urban and social change) (pp. 3-22). Chichester: Wiley-Blackwell.

 

5. Aalbers, M.B. (01-02-2012). Deltaplan woningmarkt timmer je zó in elkaar. Trouw, pp. 18.

 

6. Aalbers, M.B. (Ed.). (2012). Subprime cities: The political economy of mortgage markets (Studies in Urban and Social Change). Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell.

 

7. Arampatzi, A. & Nicholls, W. (2012). The urban roots of anti-neoliberal social movements: the case of Athens, Greece. Environment and Planning A, 44, 2591-2610.

 

8. Aytar, V. and J. Rath (Eds.) (2012) Selling Ethnic Neighborhoods: The Rise of Neighborhoods as Places of Leisure and Consumption. New York: Routledge. Routledge Advances in Geography Series.

 

9. Aytar, V. & Rath, J. (2012). Introduction: Ethnic Neighborhoods as Places of Leisure and Consumption. In V. Aytar & J. Rath (Eds.), Selling Ethnic Neighborhoods. The Rise of Ethnic neighborhoods as Places or Leisure and Consumption (Routledge Advances in Geography) (pp. 1-15). New York: Routledge.

 

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10. Bader, V. & Maussen, M.J.M. (2012). Religious schools and tolerance. Florence: Robert Schuman University ACCEPT-Pluralism.

 

11. Barron, P., Bory, A., Chauvin, S., Jounin, N. & Tourette, L. (2012). Les grèves de travailleurs sans papiers (2006-2010). In M. Pigenet & D. Tartakowsky (Eds.), Histoire des mouvements sociaux en France: de 1814 à nos jours (pp. 724-732). Paris: La Découverte.

 

12. Barron, P., Bory, A., Chauvin, S.M.G., Jounin, N. & Tourette, L. (2012). Les travailleurs sans papiers, de la précarité à la grève. Revue du Projet

 

13. Bereni, L., Chauvin, S.M.G., Jaunait, A. & Revillard, A. (2012). Introduction aux études sur le genre (2nd edition). Brussels: De Boeck.

 

14. Berg, M.A. van den (2012). Femininity as City Marketing Strategy. Genderbending Rotterdam. Urban Studies.

 

15. Berg, M.A. van den (2012). City Children and Genderfied Neighbourhoods. The new generation as regeneration strategy. International Journal of Urban and Regional Research.

 

16. Berg, M.A. van den & Schinkel, W. (2012). Rotterdam een coole wereldstad? Nu even niet meer. NRC Handelsblad.

 

17. Berg, M.A. van den & Duyvendak, J.W. (2012). Parler de sexualité sans rougir. Comment les cours à l'usage des parents construisent « l'identité néerlandaise » et la « sexualité normale ». Raisons Politiques.

 

18. Berg, M.A. van den & Duyvendak, J.W. (2012). Paternalizing mothers. Feminist Repertoires in contemporary civilizing offensives. Critical Social Policy.

 

19. Bertolini, L. (2012). Integrating Mobility and Urban Development Agendas: a Manifesto. DISP, 48(1), 16-26.

 

20. Bertolini, L. (2012). Planning Education: Time to Think, Time to Act. Planning Theory & Practice, 13(3), 465-490.

 

21. Bertolini, L., Beukers, E. & Brommelstroet, M. te (2012). Percepties op het MKBA proces. Tijdschrift vervoerswetenschap, 48(2), 68-79.

 

22.Bertolini, L., Curtis, C. & Renne, J.L. (2012). Station areas projects in Europe and beyond: towards Transit Oriented Development? Built Environment, 38(1), 31-50.

 

23. Bertossi, C. & Duyvendak, J.W. (2012). National models of immigrant integration. The costs for comparative research. Comparative European Politics, 10(3), 237-247.

 

24. Bertossi, C. , J. W. Duyvendak & M. A. Schain (eds. ) (2012). The Problems with National Models of Integration: A Franco-Dutch comparison. Comparative European Politics, 10 (3).

 

25. Beukers, E., Bertolini, L. & Brömmelstroet, M. te (2012). Why Cost Benefit Analysis is perceived as a problematic tool for assessment of transport plans: a process perspective. Transportation Research Part A - Policy and Practice, 46(1), 68-78.

 

26. Blessing, A.P. (2012). Magical or Monstrous? Hybridity in Social Housing Governance. Housing Studies, 27(2).

 

27. Blij, H.J. de, Muller, P.O. & Nijman, J.B.F. (2012). Geography: Realms, Regions and Concepts. 15th Edition. New York: Wiley.

 

28. Bontje, M.A. (2012). Creatieve stadsinnovatie? Kansen en beperkingen van creativiteit als aanjager van stedelijke vernieuwing in middelgrote steden. Ruimte & Maatschappij, 3(4), 28-47.

 

29. Bontje, M.A. (2012). Rechtvaardige stadsplanners. Agora, 28(1), 7.

 

30. Bontje, M.A. (2012). [Bespreking van het boek The aging population and the competitiveness of cities. Benefits to the urban economy]. International Journal of Housing Policy, 12(1), 110-112.

 

31. Bontje, M. & Musterd, S. (2012). Understanding shrinkage in European regions. Built Environment, 38(2), 153-161.

 

32. Bowen, J. , C. Bertossi, J. W. Duyvendak & M. L. Krook (eds. ) Framing Muslims across Western Europe. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. (Under review)

 

33. Breemer, van den, R & Maussen, M.J.M. (2012). On the viability of state-church models: Muslim burial and mosque building in France and the Netherlands. Journal of Immigrant & Refugee Studies, 10, 279-298.

 

34. Brommelstroet, M. te & Bertolini, L. (2012). Land Use and Transport Information that Matters. In H. Geerlings, Y. Shiftan & D. Stead (Eds.), Transition towards Sustainable Mobility. The Role of Instruments, Individuals and Institutions (pp. 251-269). Aldershot: Ashgate.

 

35. Buijs, L.J. (2012). GroenLinks scheidt niet alleen afval, ook de samenleving. Waterstof : Krant van Waterland, 62.

 

36. Buijs, L.J. (2012). De Vernedering Voorbij. Over homo-emancipatie in multicultureel Nederland. In Op Zoek Naar Balans. Homo-emancipatie onder Marokkaanse Nederlanders.

 

37. Buijs, L.J. (2012). Keuzenkamp, S. & A. Oudejans. Gewoon aan de slag? De sociale veiligheid van de werkplek voor homoseksuele mannen en vrouwen. Den Haag: Sociaal en Cultureel Planbureau, september 2011, 57 pp. ISBN 978 90 377 0581 2 [Bespreking van het boek Gewoon aan de slag? De sociale veiligheid van de werkplek voor homoseksuele mannen en vrouwen.]. Mensch Maatsch., 87(3), 332-335.

 

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38. Chauvin, S.M.G. & Garces Mascarenas, B. (2012). Beyond Informal Citizenship: The New Moral Economy of Migrant Illegality. International Political Sociology, 6(3), 241-259.

 

39. Cheng, J., Bertolini, L., Clercq, F. Le & Kapoen, L.L. (2012). Understanding urban networks: Comparing a node-, a density- and an accessibility-based view. Cities:  The International Journal of Urban Policy and Planning.

 

40. Cousin, B. & Chauvin, S. (2012). L'économie symbolique du capital social. Actes de la Recherche en Sciences Sociales, 96-103.

 

41. Cousin, B. & Chauvin, S. (2012). L’entre-soi élitaire à Saint-Barthélemy. Ethnologie Française, 42(2), 335-345.

 

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42. Dembski, S. (2012). In search of symbolic markers: transforming the urbanized landscape in the Rotterdam Rijnmond. International Journal of Urban and Regional Research.

 

43. Deinema, M.N. & Kloosterman, R.C. (2012). The city and the art of learning. Cultural industries in the twentieth-century Netherlands. In L. Lucassen & W. Willems (Eds.), Living for the City. Urban Institutions in the Low Countries, 1200-2010 (pp. 168-191). New York: Routledge.

 

44. Doling, J. & Ronald, R. (2012). Meeting the income needs of older people in East Asia: using housing equity. Ageing & Society, 32(3), 471-490.

 

45. Dukes, M.J.M. & Musterd, S. (2012). Towards Social Cohesion: Bridging National Integration Rhetoric and Local Practice. The Case of the Netherlands. Urban Studies, 49(9), 1981-1997.

 

46. Dürr, E. & Jaffe, R.K. (2012). Theorizing Slum Tourism: Performing, Negotiating and Transforming Inequality. Revista Europea de Estudios Latinoamericanos y del Caribe, 113-123.

 

47. Duyvendak, J.W. & Scholten, P. (2012). Beyond the Dutch "Multicultural Model". The Coproduction of Integration Policy Frames in The Netherlands. Journal of International Migration and Integration, 12(3), 331-348.

 

48. Duyvendak, J.W. & Scholten, P. (2012). Deconstructing the Dutch multicultural model: A frame perspective on Dutch immigrant integration policymaking. Comparative European Politics, 10(3), 266-282.

 

49. Duyvendak, J.W., N. Foner, J. Rath, and R. van Reekum (Eds.) (forthcoming 2012) Immigration and the New Urban Landscape: New York and Amsterdam. New York: New York University Press.

 

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50. Elshout, J., Kampen, T. & Teijmant, I. (2012). De verzorgingsstaat in beweging: een inleiding. In J. Elshout, T. Kampen & I. Teijmant (Eds.), Onverwachte verdienste: over activering en zelfrespect in een veeleisende samenleving (pp. 7-16). Amsterdam: Stichting de Driehoek.

 

51. Elshout, J., Kampen, T. & Teijmant, I. (Eds.). (2012). Onverwachte verdienste: over activering en zelfrespect in een veeleisende samenleving. Amsterdam: Stichting de Driehoek.

 

52. Engelen, E.R. (2012). Misrule of Experts? The Financial Crisis as Elite Debacle. Economy & Society, 41(3), 360-382.

 

53. Engelen, E.R. (2012). Multiple Financial Modernities. International Financial Centres, Urban Boosters and the Internet as the Site of Negotiations. Regional Studies.

 

54. Engelen, E.R. (2012). Securitization across borders: organizational mimicry in Islamic finance. Journal of Economic Geography.

 

55. Engelen, E.R. (2012). Crisis in space. Ruminations on the Unevenness of Financialization and its Consequences for Economic Geography. In Wiley-Blackwell Companion to Economic Geography (pp. 242-257). New York: Wiley-Blackwell.

 

56. Engelen, E.R. (2012). Grasping the spatial paradoxes of finance. Conceptual Lessons from the Amsterdam Case. In International Handbook of Globalization and World Cities. London: Edward Elgar.

 

57. Engelen, E.R. (2012). De universiteit en de crisis. Beleid & Maatschappij.

 

58. Engelen, E.R. (2012). Kruideniersdochter. SERmagazine.

 

59. Engelen, E.R. (2012). Na de vastgoedroes. In Essays. Toekomst van de stad. Den Haag: lri.

 

60.  Engelen, E.R. (2012). Een ongeluk in slow motion. Aantekeningen van een ramptoerist. Amsterdam: Bert Bakker.

 

61. Ewijk, E. van (2012). Window on the Netherlands – Mutual learning in Dutch- Moroccan and Dutch-Turkish municipal partnerships. Tijdschrift voor Economische en Sociale Geografie, 103(1), 101-109.

 

62. Ewijk, E. van (2012). Leren van Marokkaanse en Turkse gemeenten. Rooilijn, 45(1), 16-21.

 

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63. Ferreira, A.,  Batey, P., Brommelstroet, M. te & Bertolini, L. (2012). Beyond the dilemma of mobility: Exploring new ways of matching intellectual and physical mobility. Environment and Planning A, 44(3), 688-704.

 

64. Folmer, E.C. & Risselada, A.H. (2012). Planning the neighbourhood economy: land-use plans and the economic potential of urban residential neighbourhoods in the Netherlands. European Planning Studies.

 

65. Foner, N. , J. W. Duyvendak, J. Rath, & R. van Reekum (eds. ) Immigration and the New Urban Landscape: New York and Amsterdam. New York: New York University Press. (Under review).

 

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66. Gent, W.P.C. van (2012). A review of  'Politics of Home; Belonging and Nostalgia in Western Europe and the United States', by Jan Willem Duyvendak [Bespreking van het boek Politics of Home; Belonging and Nostalgia in Western Europe and the United States]. International Journal of Housing Policy, 12(2), 250-252.

 

67. Gent, W.P.C. van & Musterd, S. (2012). Een stadsgeografie van het leven. Tijdschrift voor de Volkshuisvesting, 18(3), 50-55.

 

68. Gent, W.P.C. van (2012). PVV steun in ruimtelijk perspectief. #kijkSW, 1(3), 5-6.

 

69. Gent, W.P.C. van (2012). Wilders bedrijft toppolitiek. De Volkskrant, pp. 31.

 

70. Gent, W. van & Musterd, S. (2012). Les transformations urbaines et l'émergence des partis populistes de la droite radicale en Europe: le cas de la ville de La Haye. Hérodote: stratégies, géographies, idéologies, 144, 99-112.

 

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71. Hajer, M.A. (2012). Shifting Gear: Beyond Classical Mobility Policies and Urban Planning. In Keep Moving, Towards Sustainable Mobility (pp. 151-178). The Hague: Eleven International Publishing.

 

72. Hajer, M. (2012). Living the winter of discontent: reflections of a deliberative practitioner. In M. Heinlein, C. Kropp, J. Neumer, A. Poferl & R. Römhild (Eds.), Futures of modernity: challenges for cosmopolitical thought and practice (Sociology) (pp. 77-93). Bielefeld: Transcript Verlag.

 

73. Hajer, M. & Huitzing, H. (2012). De energieke stad. Bestuurskunde, 2012(1), 41-46.

 

74. Hajer, M.A. (2012). Voorwaarden voor groene groei. Christen democratische verkenningen, 81-87.

 

75. Hajer, M. & Strengers, B. (2012). [Bespreking van het boek Who speaks for the climate? Making sense of media reporting on climate change]. Camb. Rev. Int. Aff., Vol. 25(2), 298-300.

 

76. Hoekveld, J.J. (2012). Time-Space Relations and the Differences Between Shrinking Regions. Built Environment, 38(2), 179-195.

 

77. Hoekveld, J.J. (2012). Understanding Spatial Differentiation in Urban Decline Levels. European Planning Studies.

 

78. Hull, A., Silva, C. & Bertolini, L. (2012). COST Action TU1002 –Accessibility Instruments for Planning Practice. Brussels: COST Office.

 

79. Hurenkamp, M. , E. Tonkens & J. W. Duyvendak (2012). Crafting Citizenship. Negotiating Tensions in Modern Society. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.

 

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80. Jaffe, R.K. (2012). Criminal Dons and Extralegal Security Privatization in Downtown Kingston, Jamaica. Singapore Journal of Tropical Geography, 33(2), 184-197.

 

81. Jaffe, R.K., Klaufus, C. & Colombijn, F. (2012). Introduction: Mobilities and Mobilizations of the Urban Poor. International Journal of Urban and Regional Research, 36(4), 643-654.

 

82. Jaffe, R.K. (2012). Talkin’ ’bout the Ghetto: Popular Culture and Urban Imaginaries of Immobility. International Journal of Urban and Regional Research, 36(4), 674-688.

 

83. Jaffe, R.K. (2012). The Popular Culture of Illegality: Crime and the Politics of Aesthetics in Urban Jamaica. Anthropological Quarterly, 85(1), 79-102.

 

84. Jaffe, R.K., Rhiney, Kevon & Francis, Cavell (2012). ‘Throw Word’: Graffiti, Space and Power in Kingston, Jamaica. Caribbean Quarterly, 58(1), 1-20.

 

85. Jaffe, R.K. (2012). Crime and Insurgent Citizenship: Extra-State Rule and Belonging in Urban Jamaica. Development: journal of the Society for International Development, 55(2), 219-223.

 

86. Jaffe, R.K. & Aguiar, J.C.G. (2012). Introduction: Neoliberalism and Urban Space in Latin America and the Caribbean. Singapore Journal of Tropical Geography, 33(2), 153-156.

 

87. Janssen-Jansen, L. (2012). Kantorenconvenant lost leegstand niet op. Vastgoedrecht, 175-178.

 

88. Janssen-Jansen, L., Lloyd, G., Peel, D. & Krabben, E. van der (2012). Planning in an environment without growth: invited essay for the Raad voor de leefomgeving en infrastructuur(Rli), the Netherlands. The Hague: Raad voor de leefomgeving en infrastructuur.

 

89. Janssen-Jansen, L.B. & Mulders, M.J.C.B. (2012). Leegstand, braakliggende terreinen en ontwikkelingsluchtbellen: een nieuw hoofdstuk in de stedelijke ruimtelijke ordening. Bestuurskunde, 2012(1), 33-40.

 

90. Janssen-Jansen, L., Vries, J. de & Zonneveld, W. (2012). European territorial governance: introduction to this volume. In European territorial governance (Housing and Urban Policy Studies) (pp. 1-7). Amsterdam: IOS Press.

 

91. Janssen-Jansen, L.B. (2012). The Dutch Office Space Tragedy, unlocking the lock-in. In Hartmann, T. Needham. B (Ed.), Planning by Law and Property Rights Reconsidered (pp. 189-205). Aldershot: Ashgate.

 

92. Janssen-Jansen, L. & Lloyd, M.G. (2012). Boom, bang, bust - Planning for perversity? Scottish Planning and Environmental Law, 102-103.

 

93. Janssen-Jansen, L. & Lloyd, G. (2012). Property booms and bubbles: a demolition strategy - towards a tabula rasa? Journal of Surveying, Construction and Property, 3(2).

 

94. Janssen-Jansen, L. & Mulders, M. (2012). Ontwikkelingsbubbles en planningsdromen. Rooilijn, 45(4), 244-251.

 

95. Janssen-Jansen, L. (2012). Tussen groeidenken en krimpfeiten, Wonen in de Metropoolregio: de volgende tien jaar. Nul20 : tijdschrift voor Amsterdams woonbeleid, 10(62), 28-30.

 

96. Janssen-Jansen, L.B. (19-01-2012). Crisis is niet de oorzaak van leegstand. De Volkskrant

 

97. Janssens, F. (2012). The Olympic legacy: feeding London. Anthropology Today, 28(4), 1-2.

 

98. Janssens, F. (2012). “Instant status” during the slaughter: Social positioning and power in a Sardinian shepherd family. Hagar: Studies in Culture, Policy and Identities, 10(2), 93-110.

 

99. Janssens, F. (2012). Normaal conflict en kritieke momenten: Onderhandelen over de mooiste moskee. In F. Janssens & I. Halfman (Eds.), Moskeeën (Negotiating Conflicts in Urban Neighbourhoods). Amsterdam: Amsterdam Center for Conflict Studies.

 

100. Janssens, F. (2012). Food Center Amsterdam: Onderhandelingen over de herstructurering van een groothandelsmarkt (Negotiating Conflicts in Urban Neighbourhoods). Amsterdam: Amsterdam Center for Conflict Studies.

 

101. Jaunait, A. & Chauvin, S. (2012). Représenter l’intersection: les théories de l’intersectionnalité à l’épreuve des sciences sociales. Revue Française de Science Politique, 62(1), 5-20.

 

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102.  Karsten, L. (2012). Gezinnen en kinderen in verstedelijkte en plattelandsregio's. Haarlem: Provincie Noord-Holland.

 

103. Kloosterman, R. & J. Rath (2012) ‘Nuevos cambios en la iniciativa empresarial de los inmigrantes: una visión Europea’, in F. López Castellano, F. García-Quero & M. Aboussi (eds.), Empresariodo Inmigrante, Instituciones y Desarrolo. Comares.

 

104. Kloosterman, R.C. & Prak, M. (2012). De relatie tussen plaats en cultuur. Nederlandse culturele industrie vanuit langetermijnperspectief. In E. Taverne, L. de Klerk, B. Ramakers & S. Dembski (Eds.), Nederland stedenland. continuïteit en vernieuwing (pp. 194-205). Rotterdam: Nai Uitgevers.

 

105. Kloosterman, R.C. (2012). Planning for Creativity. The Transformation of the Amsterdam Eastern Docklands. In I. Helbrecht & P. Dirksmeier (Eds.), Life, Work, and Space in the New Downtown (pp. 61-83). Farnham: Ashgate.

 

106. Kloosterman, R.C. (2012). Review of Xuefei Ren: Building Globalization; Transnational Architecture Production in Urban China [Bespreking van het boek Building Globalization; Transnational Architecture Production in Urban China.]. Urban Stud., 49, 3471-3473.

 

107. Kloosterman, R.C. (2012). De stad van de econoom en de economie van de stad. Stadsgeschiedenis, 7, 93-100.

 

108. Kloosterman, R.C. (2012). Over de top. Omslag in het denken over wat de overheid vermag & de wedergeboorte van sectoraal beleid. Boekman, 90-99.

 

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109. Lambregts, B. & Kloosterman, R.C. (2012). Randstad Holland: probing hierarchies and interdependencies in a polycentric world city region. In B Derudder, M Hoyler, P.J. Taylor & F. Witlox (Eds.), International Handbook of Globalization and World Cities (pp. 476-486). Cheltenham: Edward Elgar.

 

110. Laws, D., Wagenaar, H., Heijden, J. van der, Kramer, A. & Hogendoorn, D. (2012). Publieke beleidsbemiddeling. Den Haag: Ministerie van Binnenlandse Zaken en Koninkrijksrelaties.

 

111. Laws, D.W. (2012). Food Center Amsterdam. Onderhandelingen over een groothandelsmarkt midden in de stad. Amsterdam: ACS; AISSR (UvA).

 

112. Lee, H. & Ronald, R. (2012). Expansion, Diversification, and Hybridization in Korean Public Housing. Housing Studies, 27(4), 495-513.

 

113. Levelt, M., Metze, T. & Salet, W. (2012). De regio op zoek naar geloofwaardigheid. In M. Levelt, T. Lupi & T. Metze (Eds.), Conflict in samenwerking: de geloofwaardigheid van regionale verstedelijking (pp. 11-18). Den Haag: Nicis Institute.

 

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114. Maat, A., Janssen-Jansen, L., Kuijer, G. & Woutersen-Vreman, H. (2012). Ruimtelijke gevolgen van Het Nieuwe Werken. Facility Management Magazine, 48-50.

 

115. Majoor, S.J.H. (2012). Il progetto urbano di Amsterdam Zuid. In L.V. Ferretti (Ed.), L'architettura del progetto urbano (Paesaggi Città, Natura Infrastrutture) (pp. 205-212). Milano: FrancoAngeli.

 

116. Majoor, S.J.H. (2012). Inleiding: Het Lezen van de Stad. In S.J.H. Majoor (Ed.), Het Lezen van de Stad: De organisatie van improvisatie (PMB/Leerhuis-reeks, 3) (pp. 8-13). Amsterdam: Project Management Bureau, gemeente Amsterdam.

 

117. Majoor, S.J.H. (2012). Paradoxaal management. In S.J.H. Majoor (Ed.), Het Lezen van de Stad: De organisatie van improvisatie (PMB/Leerhuis-serie, 3) (pp. 78-89). Amsterdam: Project Management Bureau, gemeente Amsterdam.

 

118. Majoor, S.J.H. (Ed.). (2012). Het Lezen van de Stad: De organisatie van improvisatie (PMB/Leerhuis-serie, 3). Amsterdam: Project Management Bureau, gemeente Amsterdam.

 

119. Mamadouh, V.D. (2012). The Scaling of the Invasion : A Geopolitics of Immigration Narratives in France and The Netherlands. Geopolitics, 17(2), 377-402.

 

120. Mamadouh, V.D. (2012). La position du néerlandais dans les institutions européennes : Perspectives croisées entre Flandre et Pays-Bas. In J.C. Herreras (Ed.), José Carlos Herreras (red.) L’Europe des 27 et ses langues (pp. 421-434). Valenciennes: Presses Universitaires de Valenciennes.

 

121. Mamadouh, V.D. & Wusten, H.H. van der (2012). Europese kwestie : EU en BRIC/BRICS. . Strategische partnerschappen blijven ongrijpbaar doel. Geografie, 21(6), 32-35.

 

122. Mamadouh, V.D. & Wusten, H.H. van der (2012). Europese kwestie : Henk en Ingrid in de EU. Geografie, 21(7), 28-31.

 

123. Mamadouh, V.D. & Wusten, H.H. van der (2012). Europese kwestie: Aanscherping EU-regels accountancy. Geografie, 21(3), 10-14.

 

124. Mamadouh, V.D. (2012). Stelling - Universitair onderwijs moet zich meer richten op praktische competenties. Rooilijn, 45(4), 243-243.

 

125. Mamadouh, V.D. & Wusten, H.H. van der (2012). Europese kwestie : Brusselse machinekamer draait op blijvers en passanten. Geografie, 21(4), 22-25.

 

126. Mans, U., Meerow, S.A. & Verrest, H.J.L.M. (2012). Best Practices in Urban Planning and Management Technologies. In Caribbean Urban Forum, Kingston Jamaica.

 

127. Marcińczak, S., Musterd, S. & Stępniak, M. (2012). Where the grass is greener: social segregation in three major Polish cities at the beginning of the 21st century. European Urban and Regional Studies, 19(4), 383-403.

 

128. Martiniello, M. and J. Rath (Eds.) (forthcoming 2012) An Introduction to International Migration Studies. IMISCOE Textbook Series. Amsterdam; Amsterdam University Press.

 

129. Maussen, M.J.M. (2012). Tolerance and cultural diversity discourses in the Netherlands. Overview report. Florence: Robert Schuman University Florence ACCEPT-Pluralism.

 

130. Maussen, M.J.M. & Bader, V. (2012). Tolerance and cultural diversity in schools. Comparative report. Florence: Robert Schuman University ACCEPT Pluralism.

 

131. Maussen, M.J.M. (2012). Pillarization and Islam: Church-state traditions and Muslim claims for recognition in the Netherlands. Comparative European Politics, 10(3), 337-353.

 

132. Maussen, M. (2010). The governance of Islam in France: church-state traditions and colonial legacies. In E. Sengers & T. Sunier (Eds.), Religious newcomers and the nation state: political culture and organized religion in France and the Netherlands (pp. 131-154). Delft: Eburon.

 

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