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12th Nov 2018

New issue out now

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The December issue (Volume 55, Issue 16) of Urban Studies is now available online here.

Articles include:

The effect of Tehran metro rail system on residential property values: A comparative analysis between high-income and low-income neighbourhoods by Amir Forouhar and Mahnoosh Hasankhani

Polycentricity of urban watershed governance: Towards a methodological approach by Emmanuel Frimpong Boamah

The post-political state? The role of administrative reform in managing tensions between urban growth and liveability in Brisbane, Australia by Andrew Clarke and Lynda Cheshire

Read the full table of contents here.


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Exploring the significance of domestic investment for foreign direct investment in China: A city-network approach by Shuai Shi, Ronald Wall and Kathy Pain

A network approach sheds light on the association between domestic investment and foreign direct investment in interlinking Chinese cities.

Read the blog here


Latest urban news

Event - Urban Studies Foundation symposium, University of Glasgow, 13 December 2018

The Urban Studies Foundation will be hosting a morning symposium where five of their recently appointed Postdoctoral Research Fellows will present their recent and ongoing work. Presentations will be held at the University of Glasgow from 9:00am until 1:30pm on 13 December 2018. For more info & sign-up see:


Deadline extension - City Futures IV conference in Dublin, 20-22 June 2019

The deadline for submission of abstracts for the Cities Futures IV Conference has been extended by two weeks until 15 November. Details on tracks and submissions available at:


Call for applications - 6th Winter School on Research Methodology Urban Studies and Spatial Planning: Research Approaches and Methods, Florence, 17-18 January 2019

The applications are now open. Deadline for registration is 21 December 2018 and participation is free of charge. Registration and detailed information available at:


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