Editors’ Featured Articles

Each year, Urban Studies publishes around 180 articles advancing the field of urban knowledge. To further promote and facilitate the work of urban scholars we have now introduced Editors’ Featured Articles, which will be accessible via the Urban Studies Online website.

Editors’ Featured Articles makes popular and significant articles that have been recently published available on an open access basis. In addition, selective papers that are not yet in print but connect with the subject matter of these articles in interesting ways will also be available on an open access basis via the website. Featured articles will be updated every quarter.

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Antecedent Cities and Inter-referencing Effects: Learning from and Extending Beyond Critiques of Neoliberalisation

by Tim Bunnell

Regulating and Resisting Queer Creativity: Community-Engaged Arts Practice in the Neoliberal City

by Heather McLean

Contextual effects on educational attainment in individualised, scalable neighbourhoods: Differences across gender and social class

by Eva K. Andersson and Bo Malmberg

Neighbourhood effects and beyond: Explaining the paradoxes of inequality in the changing American metropolis

by Robert J. Sampson

Strategizing urbanism in the era of neoliberalization: State power reshuffling, land development and municipal finance in urbanizing China

by George C. S. Lin, Xun Li, Fiona F. Yang, and Fox Z. Y. Hu

‘Deal or no deal?’ Governing urban infrastructure funding and financing in the UK City Deals

by Peter O’Brien and Andy Pike