27 November 2014
In this issue we ask 'What kind of knowledge production is required for transformative development planning'
By Vanesa Castan Broto
25 November 2014
Author: Dave Brenner
Author: Shovon Kibria
#169. The gender implications of neoclassical trade theory: Women’s economic empowerment during Taiwan’s export-led industrialisation
Author: Marie Toulemonde
#168. Integrating the concept of urban metabolism into planning of sustainable cities: Analysis of the Eco² Cities Initiative
Author: Silviya Bancheva
Author: Desmond McNeill
Author: Babar Mumtaz
#163. Urban public housing strategies in developing countries: whence and whither paradigms, policies, programmes and projects
Author: Nausica Castanas
#160. Beyond connectivity: The impacts of social media in urban development in Puerto Ayora, Ecuador
Author: Laura Pinzon
Emerging political formations - prospects for gender mainstreaming?
By Caren Levy and Julian Walker
Environmental Justice and Resilience in the Urban Global South: An Emerging Research Agenda
By Deena Khalil, Adriana Allen, Liza Griffin & Cassidy Johnson
#159. Livelihoods, land-use & public transport: Opportunities for poverty reduction and risks of splintering urbanism in Nairobi’s Spatial Plans
Author: Colin Hagans
Author: Katja Starc
Author: Christopher Yap
Author: Rushini De Zoysa
#155. Urbanising favelas, overlooking people: Regressive housing policies in Rio de Janeiro’s progressive slum upgrading initiatives
Author: Mariana Dias Simpson
#154. Institutional ignorance in an urbanising world: Does new institutional economics provide a useful tool for understanding the provision of land and housing to the poor?
Author: Rubbina Karruna
Editors: Camillo Boano, William Hunter and Caroline Newton.
Author: Benjamin J Leclair-Paquet
Photo by ©Lluís Casals
Dávila, Julio D (ed), 2013, Urban mobility and poverty: Lessons from Medellín and Soacha, Colombia, London: DPU, UCL and Universidad Nacional de Colombia.