New articles available on Urban Studies

25th Jun 2018

The effects of physical restructuring on the socioeconomic status of neighbourhoods: Selective migration and upgrading by Merle Zwiers, Maarten van Ham and Reinout Kleinhans

The effects of large-scale demolition and new construction on neighborhood income change and population composition in the 31 largest Dutch cities 


Understanding the role of lifeevents on residential mobility for low-income, subsidised households by Ruoniu Wang, Rebecca Walter, Abdulnaser Arafat and Jie Song

The relationship between life events and residential mobility for low-income households in the state of Florida participating in the Housing Choice Voucher program 


From sustainable urbanism to climate urbanism by Joshua Long and Jennifer L Rice

A critical lens to evaluate the merits of climate urbanism and to interrogate its potential outcomes


Book review: New Urban Worlds: Inhabiting Dissonant Times (AM Simone & E Pieterse) reviewed by William Monteith

"Gone are the confident and well-worn concepts of ‘gentrification’, ‘entrepreneurship’, and ‘public space’. In their place stand an array of challenging and often indeterminate notions, including those of ‘secretion’, ‘resonance’ and ‘re-description’, which reflect the unfolding paradoxes of urban life in the majority world."


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