Current affiliation: Andre SorensenSubject: Urban StudiesPrimary location: Canada
Published in:Planning PerspectivesPublication date:2014-02-19
This paper is the winner of the 2016 Best Paper Prize of the European Association of Schools of Planning (AESOP). It is the first paper to develop ...
Published in:Urban StudiesPublication date:1999-12-01
Published in:Town Planning ReviewPublication date:2015-06-01
This paper describes the creation of the urban planning system in Ontario, Canada, in 1946, and examines how that system shaped subsequent patterns...
Published in:Planning PerspectivesPublication date:2016-05-13
Published in:CitiesPublication date:2016-03-01
This paper argues that urbanization is fundamentally a process of institutionalization, changing the rules of a place (including property rights, g...
Published in:Cities, Autonomy, and Decentralization in JapanPublication date:Not available
Published in:International Perspectives on SuburbanizationPublication date:2011-01-01
Published in:CitiesPublication date:2016-04-01
Published in:International Planning StudiesPublication date:2001-02-01
Published in:Habitat InternationalPublication date:2000-03-01
Published in:Advances in Spatial SciencePublication date:Not available
Published in:cSUR-UT Series: Library for Sustainable Urban RegenerationPublication date:2011-01-01
Published in:City & SocietyPublication date:2009-12-08
Neighborhood Streets as Meaningful Spaces
Published in:International Planning StudiesPublication date:2006-11-01
Published in:Planning PerspectivesPublication date:2001-01-01
Published in:Planning PerspectivesPublication date:2010-07-01
Published in:Urban GeographyPublication date:2014-12-23
Published in:Progress in PlanningPublication date:2000-05-01
Published in:International Journal of Urban and Regional ResearchPublication date:2010-08-25
Uneven processes of institutional change in Japan
Published in:Planning Practice and ResearchPublication date:2010-06-01
Published in:Planning Theory & PracticePublication date:2017-12-04
This paper develops a Historical Institutionalist analysis of urban property and planning.