All Stories

  1. Disentangling the commons: three forms of "commonality"
  2. Institutional fragility and institutional malleability
  3. Planning and meta-planning for disruptive events: Learning from the Covid19 pandemic
  4. Distinguishing ‘planning’ from the ‘plan’
  5. What can urban policies and planning really learn from John Rawls? Institutions and the just city
  6. Experiential information in the city: urban agency and planning measures
  7. Values, indicators and policies. Discussing sustainability issues and the covid-19 pandemic
  8. Regulation without propositions
  9. Planning under uncertainty: Cities, Technologies, Decision-Making
  10. How to make norms with things: The normative function of objects
  11. What are the functions of drawings? Towards a new typology
  12. Normative drawings and drawn norms: Investigating normativity beyond the realm of words
  13. Regulation beyond normativity: not only nudges. Ruling without rules
  14. The just city. Three background issues: Institutional justice and spatial justice, social justice and distributive justice, concept of justice and conceptions of justice
  15. Critically Reconsidering Orthodox Ideas: Planning as Teleocratic Intervention and Planning as a Rational Decision Method
  16. Simple Planning Rules for Complex Urban Problems: Toward Legal Certainty for Spatial Flexibility
  17. Constitutional and post-constitutional problems: Reconsidering the issues of public interest, agonistic pluralism and private property in planning
  18. Distributed energy production in a polycentric scenario: policy reforms and community management
  19. Corruption and urban planning
  20. Complexity and the inherent limits of explanation and prediction: Urban codes for self-organising cities