Publications (2013)

Centre for Urban Studies

 

The publication page shows the entire output of the Centre for Urban Studies in 2013 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 2013 sums up to 244 publications, of which 113 were published in peer-reviewed journals. 56 book chapters were published, 10 books, and 27 professional publications. A total of 9 PhD candidates completed their dissertations in 2013

 

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1. Adamatzky, A., Akl, S., Alonso-Sanz, R., Dessel, W. van, Ibrahim, Z., Ilachinski, A., Jones, J., Kayem, A.V.D.M., Martínez, G.J., Oliveira, P. de, Prokopenko, M., Schubert, T., Sloot, P.M.A., Strano, E. & Yang, X.-S. (2013). Are motorways rational from slime mould's point of view? International Journal of Parallel, Emergent and Distributed Systems, 28(3), 230-248.

 

2. Adamatzky, A., Lees, M. & Sloot, P.M.A. (2013). Bio-development of motorway networks in the Netherlands: a slime mould approach. Advances in Complex Systems, 16(02n03), 2326-0386.

 

3. Agyenim, J.B. & Gupta, J. (2013). Water management in Ghana: between the idea and the implementation. Journal of Natural Resources Policy Research, 5(1), 35-48.

 

4. Andersson, R., Musterd, S. & Galster, G. (2013). Neighborhood Ethnic Composition and Employment Effects on Immigrant. Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies.

 

B

5. Bader, V., Alidadi, A. & Vermeulen, F.F. (2013). Religious diversity and reasonable accommodation in the workplace in six European countries: An introduction. International Journal of Discrimination and the Law, 13(2-3), 54-82.

 

6. Bakker, W. & Karsten, C.J.M. (2013). Balancing paid work, care and leisure in post-separation households: a comparison of single-parents with co-parents. Acta Sociologica, 56(2), 173-187.

 

7. Barron, P., Bory, A., Chauvin, S.M.G., Jounin, N. & Tourette, L. (2013). La huelga de los trabajadores sin-papeles en Francia: el asalariado encastrado revelado por sus movilizaciones. In B. Tejerina, B. Cavia, S. Fortino & J.Á. Calderon (Eds.), Crisis y precariedad vital. Trabajo, prácticas sociales y modos de vida en Francia y España (Ciencia política, 51) (pp. 291-308). Valencia: Tirant lo Blanch.

 

8. Bassens, D., Engelen, E., Derudder, B. & F. Witlox (2013) Securitization across borders: organizational mimicry in Islamic finance, Journal of Economic Geography, Vol. 13 (1): 85-106.

 

9. Baud, I.S.A., Scott, D., Pfeffer, K., Sydenstricker-Neto, J., Denis, E. & Muguruza Minay, L.C. (2013). Spatial Knowledge Management in Urban Local Government: E-Governance in India, Brazil, South Africa, and Peru, WP5 Fieldwork Report, pp. 150 (Chance2Sustain).

 

10. Baud, I.S.A., Pfeffer, K., van Dijk, T.K., Mishra, N., Richter, C., Bon, B., Sridharan, N.,  Sagar Pancholi, V., & Saharan, T. (2013). The Development of Kalyan Dombivili; Fringe City in a Metropolitan Region. City report, EADI, pp. 57 (Chance2Sustain).

 

11. Baud, I.S.A., Scott, D., Pfeffer, K., Sydenstricker-Neto, J. & Denis, E. (2013). Spatial knowledge management in urban local government: Emerging issues in ICT-GIS-based systems in India, Brazil, South Africa, and Peru, Conference paper, 14th Naerus conference, Enschede, The NL, September 2013.

 

12. Berg, M.A. van den (2013). City children and genderfied neighbourhoods: the new generation as urban regeneration strategy. International Journal of Urban and Regional Research, 37(2), 523-536.

 

13. Berg, M.A. van den & Hoeven, C.L. ter (2013). Madonna as a symbol of reflexive modernisation. Celebrity Studies, 4(2), 144-154.

 

14. Berg, M.A. van den & Duyvendak, W.G.J. (2013). Parler de sexe sans rougir. Comment les cours à l'usage des parents construisent l'« identité néerlandaise »et la « sexualité normale ». Raisons Politiques, 55-74.

 

15. Berg, M.A. van den & Duyvendak, W.G.J. (2013). Parler de sexe sans rougir. Comment les cours à l'usage des parents construisent l'« identité néerlandaise »et la « sexualité normale ». Raisons Politiques, 55-74.

 

16. Bertolini, L., Koning, C., Koopmans, C. & Webbink, D. (2013). Twee notities voor de algemene leidraad voor maatschappelijke kosten-batenanalyse. (Discussion Paper 73). Amsterdam: SEO Economisch Onderzoek.

 

17. Bertolini, L. (2013). Planning, the political in the everyday. Planning Theory & Practice, 14(1), 3-5.

 

18. Bertolini, L. (2013). Legitimatie en realisatie van het TOD-concept. Stedebouw & Ruimtelijke Ordening, 22-27.

 

19. Beukers, E., Bertolini, L. & Brommelstroet, M.C.G. te (2013). De MKBA-dialoog. Verbetering van het MKBA-proces bij analyse van ruimtelijk infrastructurele plannen. Den Haag: Platform31.

 

20. Blessing, A.P. (2013). Public, Private, or In-Between? The Legitimacy of Social Enterprises in the Housing Market. Voluntas, 24(4), 1-24.

 

21. Blij, H.J. de, Muller, P.O. & Nijman, J. (2013). The World Today. 6th Edition. New York: Wiley.

 

22. Bontje, M.A. & Lawton, P. (2013). Mobile policies and shifting contexts: city-regional competitiveness strategies in Amsterdam and Dublin. Tijdschrift voor Economische en Sociale Geografie, 104(4), 397-409.

 

23. Bontje, M.A. & Kepsu, K. (2013). Creative knowledge strategies for polycentric city-regions. In S. Musterd & Z. Kovacs (Eds.), Place-making and policies for competitive cities (pp. 191-207). Chichester: Wiley-Blackwell.

 

24. Bontje, M.A. (2013). Shenzhen, creatieve woon- en werkstad? #kijkSW, 14-15.

 

25. Bontje, M.A. (2013). [Bespreking van het boek Reurbanisierung. Materialität und Diskurs in Deutschland]. Tijdschrift voor Economische en Sociale Geografie, 104(2), 251-253.

 

26. Bos, D.J., Wekker, F. & Duyvendak, W.G.J. (2013). Thuis best. Over het Nederlandse ideaal van zorg met behoud van zelfstandigheid. In. In De affectieve burger. Hoe de overheid verleidt en verplicht tot zorgzaamheid. Amsterdam: Van Gennep.

 

27. Boterman, W.R. (2013). Dealing with Diversity: Middle-class Family Households and the Issue of 'Black' and 'White' Schools in Amsterdam. Urban Studies, 50(5), 1130-1147.

 

28. Boterman, W.R., Hochstenbach, C., Ronald, R. & Sleurink, M. (2013). Duurzame toegankelijkheid van de Amsterdamse woningmarkt voor starters. Amsterdam: UvA Centre for Urban Studies.

 

29. Brink, M. van den, Meijerink, S., Termeer, C. & Gupta, J. (2013). Climate-proof planning for flood-prone areas: assessing the adaptive capacity of planning institutions in the Netherlands. Regional environmental change.

 

30. Brömmelstroet, M.C.G. te (in press). Performance of Planning Support Systems: What is it, and how do we report on it? Computers, Environment and Urban Systems.

 

31. Brömmelstroet, M.C.G. te (2013). Transparency, flexibility, simplicity: From buzzwords to strategies for real PSS improvement. Computers, Environment and Urban Systems, 36(1), 96-104.

 

32. Brömmelstroet, M.C.G. te & Bertolini, L. (Eds.). (2013). Transport Models in Urban Planning Practices:Tensions and Opportunities in a Changing Planning Context. London: Routledge.

 

33. Buijs, L.J., Geesink, I. & Holla, S. (2013). De Seksparadox: Nederland na de Seksuele Revolutie. Sociologie, 9(3/4), 244-256.

 

34. Buitelaar, E., Galle, M. & Salet, W.G.M. (2013). Third-party appeal rights and the regulatory state: understanding the reduction of planning appeal options. Land Use Policy, 35, 312-317.

 

35. Buuren, A. van, Driessen, P.P.J., Rijswick, M.  van, Rietveld, P., Salet, W.G.M., Spit, T. & Teisman, G. (2013). Towards adaptive spatial planning for climate change: balancing between robustness and flexibility. Journal for European Environmental & Planning Law, 10(1), 29-53.

 

36. Chauvin, S.M.G. & Lerch, Arnaud (2013). Sociologie de l'homosexualité. Paris: La Découverte.

 

37. Chauvin, S.M.G., Garcés-Mascareñas, B. & Kraler, A. (2013). Prací za legalitou pobytu: Zaměstnání a regularizace migrantů v Evropě. Praha: Migraceonline.cz.

 

38. Chauvin, S.M.G., Garcés-Mascareñas, Blanca & Kraler, Albert (2013). Employment and Migrant Deservingness. International Migration, 51(6), 80-85.

 

39. Chauvin, S.M.G., Garcés-Mascareñas, B. & Kraler, A. (2013). Working for legality: Employment and Migrant legalization in Europe. International Migration, 51(6), 118-131.

 

40. Chauvin, S.M.G. (2013). [Bespreking van het boek Mean Streets: Chicago Youths and the Everyday Struggle for Empowerment in the Multiracial City, 1908-1969]. Critique Internationale, 58(1), 181-185.

 

41. Chauvin, S.M.G. (2013). [Bespreking van het boek Sébastien Roux, “No money, no honey: Economies intimes de la prostitution en Thaïlande. Paris: La Découverte, 2010”,]. Revue Française de Science Politique, 63(2).

 

42. Cheng, J. & Bertolini, L. (2013). Measuring urban job accessibility with distance decay, competition and diversity. Journal of Transport Geography, 30, 100-109.

 

43. Cobb, S., Laws, D.W. & Sluzki, C. (2013). Modeling Negotiation Using “Narrative Grammar”: Exploring the Evolution of Meaning in a Simulated Negotiation. Group Decision and Negotiation.

 

44. Cousin, B. & Chauvin, S.M.G. (2013). Islanders, Immigrants and Millionaires: The Dynamics of Upper-Class Segregation in St. Barts, French West Indies. In I. Hay (Ed.), Geographies of the Super-Rich (pp. 186-200). Cheltenham: Edward Elgar.

 

45. Czaplicka, A., Holyst, J.A. & Sloot, P.M.A. (2013). Noise enhances information transfer in hierarchical networks. Scientific Reports, 3, 1223.

 

46. Dai, G., Salet, W.G.M. & Vries, J. de (2013). Why High-Speed Railway stations continue China's leapfrog urbanization: institutional parameters of urban development. China City Planning Review, 22(1), 49-59.

 

47. Dai, G. (2013). [Bespreking van het boek International perspectives on suburbanization: a post-suburban world?]. Urban Research & Practice, 6(2), 233-235.

 

48. Deinema, M. & Kloosterman, R.C. (2013). Polycentric Urban Trajectories and Urban Cultural Economy. In  J. Klaesson, B. Johansson and C. Karlsson (Eds.), Metropolitan Regions; Knowledge Infrastructures of the Global Economy. Springer Verlag:  Berlin/Heidelberg: 339-373.

 

49. Dellapenna, J.W., Gupta, J., Li, W. & Schmidt, F. (2013). Thinking about the Future of Global Water Governance. Ecology and Society, 18(3).

 

50. Dembski, S. (2013). In search of symbolic markers: transforming the urbanized landscape of the Rotterdam Rijnmond. International Journal of Urban and Regional Research, 37(6), 2014-203.

 

51. Dembski, S. (2013). Case study Amsterdam Buiksloterham, the Netherlands: the challenge of planning organic transformation. (CONTEXT Report 2). Amsterdam: University of Amsterdam, AISSR programme group Urban Planning.

 

52. Dembski, S. (2013). Case study Westflank Haarlemmermeer, the Netherlands: the paradox of governance. (CONTEXT Report 8). Amsterdam: AISSR programme group Urban Planning, University of Amsterdam.

 

53. Dembski, S. (2013). [Bespreking van het boek Urban reflections: narratives of place, planning and change]. Urban Research & Practice, 6(2), 242-243.

 

54. Desmet, E. & Reijndorp, A. (2013), ‘Kijken zonder voorbedachte rade’. Een beschouwing over groepen in de stad, in: Joop Reijngoud en Linda Malherbe, Rotterdam Noorderlingen. 101 groepsportretten, Rotterdam: Belvédère - Verhalenhuis Rotterdam, 86-89.

 

55. Droogleever Fortuijn, J.C. & Thissen, J.F.C.M. (2013). The changing relationship between civic engagement and paid work of women in a rural area in the Netherlands, 1993-2007. Hagar: Studies in Culture, Policy and Identities, 11(1), 82-99.

 

56. Dukes, M.J.M. (2013). Visies op stedelijke herstructurering en verschillen naar actoren: deelrapportage Amsterdam. Amsterdam: University of Amsterdam.

 

57. Dukes, M.J.M. (2013). Hoe plan je de geleefde stad? Nova Terra, Juni, 27-31.

 

58. Duyvendak, W.G.J., Bouw, C., Gerxhani, K. & Velthuis, O.J.M. (2013). Sociale kaart van Nederland. Instituties en organisaties. Amsterdam: Boom.

 

59. Duyvendak, W.G.J., Glebbeek, A.C. & Winkels, J.W. (2013). Een sociologie die ertoe doet: wetenschappelijk en maatschappelijk. Sociologie Magazine, 219-222.

 

60. Duyvendak, W.G.J. (2013). Okmania de obessie van thuis. Waterlandstichting.

 

61. Duyvendak, W.G.J., Reekum, R. van, El-Hajjari, F. & Bertossi, C. (2013). Mysterious multiculturalism. The risks of using model-based indices for making meaningful comparisons. Comparative European Politics, 599-620.

 

62. Egedy, T., Streit, A. von & Bontje, M.A. (2013). Policies towards multi-layered cities and cluster development. In S. Musterd & Z. Kovacs (Eds.), Place-making and polices for competitive cities (pp. 35-58). Chichester: Wiley-Blackwell.

 

63. Engelen, E. & A. Glasmacher (2013) Multiple Financial Modernities. International Financial Centers, Urban Boosters and the Internet as the Site of Negotiations, Regional Studies, Vol. 47(6): 850-867.

 

64. Engelen, E. (2013) Zal de toekomst een tweede mirakel baren? In: W. Mijnhardt (red.) Voortschrijden Inzicht. Omdat wetenschap niet stil staat, pp. 46-49, Amsterdam: AUP.

 

65. Evers, D.V.H. & Vries, J. de (2013). Explaining governance in five mega-city regions: rethinking the role of hierarchy and government. European Planning Studies, 21(4), 536-555.

 

66. Folmer, E.C. & Risselada, A. (2013). Planning the neighborhood economy: land-use plans and the economic potential of urban residential neighborhoods in the Netherlands. European Planning Studies, 21(12), 1873-1894.

 

67. Folmer, E.C. (2013). Entrepreneurship in the Neighborhood. Shifting patterns of economic activities in residential neighborhoods in five Dutch cities. Journal of Urban Affairs, DOI: 10.1111/juaf.12065.

 

68. Gent, W.P.C. van (2013). Neoliberalization, Housing Institutions and Variegated Gentrification: How the ‘Third Wave’ Broke in Amsterdam. International Journal of Urban and Regional Research, 37(2), 503-522.

 

69. Gent, W.P.C. van, Mamadouh, V.D. & Wusten, H.H. van der (2013). Political reactions to the euro crisis: cross-national variations and rescaling issues in elections and popular protests. Eurasian Geography and Economics, 54(2), 135-161.

 

70. Gent, W.P.C. van & Musterd, S. (2013). The Unintended Effects of Urban and Housing Policies on Integration: 'White Discontent' in the Dutch City. Geography Research Forum, 33(1), 64-90.

 

71. Gent, W.P.C. van (2013). Amsterdam condamnée à la densification. Constructif, Juin(35), 40-44.

 

72. Gent, W.P.C. van (2013). De Wraak van de Buurt (Recensie: Great American City, Robert J. Sampson). Rooilijn, 46(6), 469-472.

 

73. Gent, W.P.C. van & Musterd, S. (2013). Een nieuwe levensfase, een nieuw woonmilieu. Nova Terra, Special(Juni), 4-8.

 

74. Gent, W.P.C. van (2013). Book Review: Mixed Communities; Gentrification by Stealth? [Bespreking van het boek Mixed Communities; Gentrification by Stealth?]. Urban Studies, 50(6), 1311-1313.

 

75. Gent, W.P.C. van (2013, Mei 01). Ver-yupping dodelijk voor stad. MUG magazine, pp. 21.

 

76. Goldammer, K., Mans, U. & Rivera, M. (2013). Beitraege zur sozialen Bilanzierung der Energiewende. Potsdam: Institute for Advanced Sustainability Studies (IASS).

 

77. Goldammer, K. & Mans, U. (2013). Why We Need High-tech Politics to Make Renewables a Success Story. Green, 3(1), 35-41.

 

78. Greft, S. van der & Thissen, J.F.C.M. (2013). Niet-westerse ouderen in gedepriveerde buurten in Amsterdam. Geron, 15(1), 40-42.

 

79. Groot, C. de, Manting, D. & Mulder, C. (2013). Longitudinal analysis of the formation and realisation of preferences to move into homeownership in the Netherlands. Journal of Housing and the Built Environment, 28, 469-488.

 

80. Grootegoed, E., Broer, C. & Duyvendak, W.G.J. (2013). Too ashamed to complain: cuts to publicly financed care and clients' waving of their right to appeal. Social Policy and Society, 1-12.

 

81. Grossmann, K., Bontje, M.A., Haase, A. & Mykhnenko, V. (2013). Shrinking cities: notes for the further research agenda. Cities :  The International Journal of Urban Policy and Planning, 35, 221-225.

 

82. Gupta, J., Pahl-Wostl, C. & Zondervan, N. (2013). 'Glocal' Water Governance - A multi-level challenge in the anthropocene. Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability, 5.

 

83. Gupta, J. (2013). Climate change and water law: The regimes compared. In J. Gupta (Ed.), Impact of Climate Change on Water & Health (pp. 30-45). Enfield: Science Publishers.

 

84. Hajer, M.A. (2013). Het milieu als institutioneel vraagstuk. In Sociale kaart van Nederland (pp. 177-192). Boom Lemma uitgevers.

 

85. Harms, L.W.J., Brömmelstroet, M.C.G. te & Bertolini, L. (2013). Understanding social and spatial dynamics in bicycle use in the Netherlands and its policy implications. In Network on European Communications and Transport Activities Research.

 

86. Harms, L.W.J., Olde Kalter, M.J. & Wüst, H. (2013). Meer mensen, die vaker en verder fietsen? Een decompositie-analyse van een groeiend fietsgebruik. In Colloquium Vervoersplanologisch Speurwerk. Rotterdam.

 

87. Harms, L.W.J. (2013). Een ode aan de fietshoofdstad van de wereld [Bespreking van het boek De fietsrepubliek]. Rooilijn, 5, 382-384.

 

88. Harms, L.W.J. (2013). Gedifferentieerd fietsgebruik vraagt om gedifferentieerd fietsbeleid. Verkeerskunde.

 

89. Heemskerk, E.M. & Mans, U. (2013). Catering to Cleantech’s resource needs: the strategic importance of board networks in an emerging green industry. RIMCIS, 2(1), 52-87.

 

90. Heide, M. van der & Majoor, S.J.H. (2013). Ambidexterity in de Zuidas. Rooilijn, 46(3), 172-181.

 

91. Hoekveld, J.J. (2013). Understanding Spatial Differentiation in Urban Decline Levels. European Planning Studies.

 

92. Hordijk, M.A., Bruine, E. de, Tamagnone, C. & Sanchez Arimborgo, Y.R. (2013). Living Between Multiple Sites: Transnational Family Relations from the Perspective of Elderly Non-Migrants in Junín, Peru. Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, 39(3), 483-500.

 

93. Jaffe, R.K. (2013). The Hybrid State: Crime and Citizenship in Urban Jamaica. American Ethnologist, 40(4), 734-748.

 

94. Jaffe, R.K. (2013). Visual Culture and Criminal Iconization in Kingston, Jamaica: A Photo-Essay. Moving Worlds, 13(1), 131-139.

 

95. Jaffe, R.K. (2013). Unnatural Causes: Green Environmentalism, Urban Pollution and Social Justice in the Caribbean. In Environmental Management in the Caribbean: Policy and Practice (pp. 118-139). Kingston: University of the West Indies Press.

 

96. Jaffe, R.K. (2013). [Bespreking van het boek Violent Democracies in Latin America]. European Review of Latin American and Caribbean Studies, 95, 124-126.

 

97. Jaffe, R.K. (2013). Het precariaat. In J.A. Baijens (Ed.), Het beste idee van 2013 (pp. 252-253). Tilburg: Uitgeverij de Wereld.

 

98. Janssen-Jansen, L.B. (2013). Delivering urban intensification outcomes in a context of discontinuous growth: experiences from the Netherlands. Built Environment, 39(4), 422-437.

 

99. Janssen-Jansen, L.B. (2013). Gemeenten en de vastgoedmarkt. Openbaar Bestuur, 23(9), 32-36.

 

100. Janssen-Jansen, L.B. & Smit, N. (2013). Visie versus vraag: over de TOD-maakbaarheidsutopie. In W. Tan, H. Koster & M. Hoogerbrugge (Eds.), Knooppuntontwikkeling in Nederland: (hoe) moeten we Transit-Oriented Development implementeren? (pp. 43-53) Den Haag: Platform31.

 

101. Janssen-Jansen, L.B. (2013, Februari 20). Vastgoed blijft echt verzadigd. NRC Handelsblad.

 

102. Janssens, R., Mamadouh, V.D. & Marácz, L. (2013). Multilingual higher education in European regions. Acta Universitatis Sapientiae. European and regional studies, 3(1), 5-23.

 

103. Jaunait, A. & Chauvin, S.M.G. (2013). Intersectionnalité. In Laure Bereni and Catherine Achin (Ed.), Genre et science politique (pp. 286-297). Paris: Presses de Science Po.

 

104. Karsten, C.J.M., Kamphuis, A. & Remeijnse, C. (2013). 'Time-out' with the family: the shaping of family leisure in the new urban consumption spaces of cafes, bars and restaurants. Leisure Studies.

 

105. Karsten, C.J.M., Lupi, T. & Stigter-Speksnijder, M. de (2013). The middle classes and the remaking of the suburban family community: evidence from the Netherlands. Journal of Housing and the Built Environment, 28(2), 257-271.

 

106. Karsten, C.J.M. (2013). Op zoek naar stedelijkheid in de luwte. In J. Attteveld (Ed.), Nestelen in de stad (pp. 19-25). Amsterdam: BNA.

 

107. Kloosterman, R.C. (2013). The Amsterdam Economy and Its Impact on the Labor Market Position of Migrants, 1980–2010. In: N. Foner, J. Rath, J.W. Duyvendak, and Rogier van Reekum (eds.), Immigration and the New Urban Landscape, New York and Amsterdam. New York: NYU Press: 107-121.

 

108. Kloosterman, R.C. & Lambregts, B. (2013). The Polycentric Vision. Peter Hall and the Urban Form. In: Tewdwr-Jones, M., Phelps, N.A. and Freestone, R. (eds), The Planning Imagination: Peter Hall and the Study of Urban and Regional Planning, Routledge, London: 228-239.

 

109. Koomen, M., Tillie, J.N., Heelsum, A. van & Stiphout, S. van (2013). Discursive framing and the reproduction of integration in the public sphere: a comparative analysis of France, the United Kingdom, the Netherlands and Germany. Ethnicities, 13(2), 191-208.

 

110. Kovacs, Z. & S. Musterd, S. (2013) The Importance of Place and Place Branding. In: S. Musterd, & Z. Kovacs (Eds.) Place Making and Policies for Competitive Cities pp. 95-103. Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell.

 

111. Kovacs, Z. & S. Musterd, S. (2013) Personal Networks. In: S. Musterd, & Z. Kovacs (Eds.) Place Making and Policies for Competitive Cities pp. 211-218.Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell.

 

112. Kuffer, M., Pfeffer, K., Baud, I.S.A., Sliuzas, R. (2013). Analysing Sub-Standard Areas Using High Resolution Remote (Vhr) Sensing Imagery, Conference paper, 14th Naerus conference, Enschede, The NL, September 2013.

 

113. Lennartz, C. (2013). Competition between social and private rental housing (Sustainable Urban Areas, 47). Amsterdam: IOS Press.

 

114. Levelt, M. & Janssen-Jansen, L.B. (2013). The Amsterdam Metropolitan Area challenge: opportunities for inclusive coproduction in city-region governance. Environment and planning C: Government & policy, 31(3), 540-555.

 

115. Lloyd, G. & Janssen-Jansen, L.B. (2013). Rethinking scale in territorial development strategic interventions: towards an area-based focus? Journal of Urban Regeneration and Renewal, 6(4), 354-364.

 

116. Majoor, S.J.H. (2013). Inleiding: Stedelijke Vernieuwing; een paradox tussen vast en vloeibaar. In S.J.H. Majoor (Ed.), Hervorming Stedelijke Vernieuwing. Een paradox tussen vast en vloeibaar (PMB/Leerhuis, 4) (pp. 8-19). Amsterdam: ProjectManagement Bureau gemeente Amsterdam.

 

117. Majoor, S.J.H. (2013). [Bespreking van het boek Stedelijke iconen: het ontstaan van beeldbepalende projecten tussen betoog en beton]. Stedebouw & Ruimtelijke Ordening, 94(3), 54-55.

 

118. Majoor, S.J.H. (Ed.). (2013). Hervorming stedelijke vernieuwing: een paradox tussen vast en vloeibaar (PMB/Leerhuis-reeks, 4). Amsterdam: Gemeente Amsterdam, ProjectManagement Bureau.

 

119. Mamadouh, V.D. (2013). Making sense of ongoing revolutions: Geopolitical and other analyses of the wave of Arab uprisings since December 2010. Geopolitics, 18(3), 743-750.

 

120. Mamadouh, V.D. (in press). One union, two speakers, three presidents, and… 500 million EU citizens: The European Union and the 2012 Nobel Peace Prize. Political Geography.

 

121. Mamadouh, V.D. (2013). De 'wraak van de geografie' volgens Robert D. Kaplan. Geografie, 22(4), 10-14.

 

122. Mamadouh, V.D. & Wusten, H.H. van der (2013). Europese kwestie: een nieuwe Duitse kwestie? Geografie, 22(7), 12-15.

 

123. Mamadouh, V.D. & Wusten, H.H. van der (2013). Europese Kwestie: In naam van het volk. De EU, de koning en de intellectuelen. Geografie, 22(4), 22-25.

 

124. Mamadouh, V.D. & Wusten, H.H. van der (2013). Europese kwestie: Schakelen tussen nationale en Europese politiek. Geografie, 22(3), 12-14.

 

125. Mamadouh, V.D. & Wusten, H.H. van der (2013). The European Union in the grip of accumulated governance crises: the euro, the reform efforts, and the public-support dynamics. Eurasian Geography and Economics, 54(2), 162-181.

 

126. Mans, U. (2013). Beyond the urban sustainability fix: understanding the role of green-driven growth for policy narratives in the Global South. International Journal of Urban and Regional Research.

 

127. Mans, U. (2013). Revisiting city connectivity. Journal of Economic Geography, 13(3), 1-23.

 

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