A2: Governance-Dissemination



Hierse, L., Nuissl, H., Beran, F. & Czarnetzki, F. (2017). Concurring urbanizations? Understanding the simultaneity of sub- and re-urbanization trends with the help of migration figures in Berlin. Regional Studies, Regional Science. 4(1): 189-201.


Hamel, P. & Keil, R. (2016). Governance in an emerging suburban world. Cadernos Metropole. 18 (37): 647-670.


Hamel, P. & Keil, R. (eds.) (2015). Suburban Governance: A global view. Toronto: University of Toronto Press.

Peck, J. (2015). Chicago-school suburbanism. In P. Hamel & R. Keil (eds.) Suburban Governance: A Global View. Toronto: University of Toronto Press.

Charmes, E. & Keil, R. (2015). The Politics of Post-Suburban Densification in Canada and France. International Journal of Urban and Regional Research. 39 (3): 581-602.


Hölzl, C. & Nuissl, H. (2014). Urban policy and spatial planning in a globalized city – a stakeholder view of Santiago de Chile. Planning Practice and Research. 29(1): 21-40.


Nuissl, H. & Heinrichs, D. (2013). Slums: Perspectives on the definition, the appraisal and the management of an urban phenomenon. Die Erde. 144(2):105-116.


Ekers, M., Hamel, P. & Keil, R. (2012). Governing Suburbia: Modalities and Mechanisms of Suburban Governance. Regional Studies. 46(3): 405-422.

Labbé, D. & Musil, C. (2012). L’extension des limites administratives de Hanoi: Un exercice de recomposition territoriale sous pression. European Journal of Geography.

Li, Y. & Wu, F. (2012). Towards new regionalism? Case study of changing regional governance in the Yangtze River Delta. Asia Pacific Viewpoint. 53(2): 178-195.

Peck, J. (2012). Austerity urbanism: American cities under extreme economy. City. 16 (6): 626-655.

Li, Y. & Wu, F. (2012). The transformation of regional governance in China: The rescaling of statehood. Progress in Planning. 78(2): 55-99.


Peck, J. (2011). Neoliberal Suburbanism: Frontier Space. Urban Geography. 32(6): 884-919.

Nuissl, H. & Heinrichs, D. (2011). Fresh wind or hot air? What spatial planning can gain from the governance discourse. Journal of Planning Education and Research. 31(1): 47-59.