This page highlights key publications by CUS members over the past 5 years, based on the number of citations in Web of Science.
Each year, Centre for Urban Studies members publish hundreds of books, book chapters, and articles on a wide range of topics. Full bibliographies for each member are available at their respective personal profiles.
- Sharon, T., & Zandbergen, D. (2017). From data fetishism to quantifying selves: Self-tracking practices and the other values of data. New Media & Society, 19(11), 1695-1709.
- Druta, O., & Ronald, R. (2017). Young adults’ pathways into homeownership and the negotiation of intra-family support: A home, the ideal gift. Sociology, 51(4), 783-799.
- Shi, L., Chu, E., Anguelovski, I., Aylett, A., Debats, J., Goh, K., Van Deveer, S. D. (2016). Roadmap towards justice in urban climate adaptation research. Nature Climate Change, 6, 131-137. DOI: 10.1038/NCLIMATE2841
- Nicholls, W. J., & Uitermark, J. L. (2016). Migrant cities: place, power, and voice in the era of super diversity. Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, 42(6), 877-892.
- Hurlbert, M. & Gupta, J. (2015). The split ladder of participation: A diagnostic, strategic, and evaluation tool to assess when participation is necessary. Environmental Science and Policy, 50, 100-113. doi: 10.1016/j.envsci.2015.01.011
- Salet, W., Bertolini, L., & Giezen, M. (2013). Complexity and uncertainty: Problem or asset in decision making of mega infrastructure projects?. International Journal of Urban and Regional Research, 37(6), 1984-2000.
- Merme, V., Ahlers, R. & Gupta, J. (2014). Private Equity, Public Affair: Hydropower Financing in the Mekong Basin. Global Environmental Change, 24 (1), 20-29.
- Karsten, L. (2014). From Yuppies to Yupps: family gentrifiers consuming spaces and re-inventing cities. Tijdschrift voor Economische en Sociale Geografie, 105 (2), 175-188. doi: 10.1111/tesg.12055
- Uittenbroek, C.J., Janssen-Jansen, L.B. & Runhaar, H.A.C. (2013). Mainstreaming climate adaptation into urban planning: overcoming barriers, seizing opportunities and evaluating the results in two Dutch case studies. Regional environmental change, 13(2), 399-411.
- 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.
- Wolsink, M. (2012). The research agenda on social acceptance of distributed generation in smart grids: renewable as common pool resources. Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews, 16(1), 822-835.
- Wolsink, M. (2012). Undesired reinforcement of harmful 'self-evident truths' concerning the implementation of wind power. Energy Policy, 48, 83-87.