B5: Regional Governance and Suburbanization- Dissemination



Todes, A. & Turok, I. (2018). Spatial inequalities and policies in South Africa: Place-based or people-centred? Progress in Planning. 123: 1-31.

Todes, A., Weakley, D. & Harrison, P. (2018). Densifying Johannesburg: Context, policy and diversity. Journal of Housing and the Built Environment. 33 (2): 281-299.


Hamel, P. & Keil, R. (2017 forthcoming). Suburban World: Comparing the governance of globalizing regions from the outside in. Environment and Planning C.

Todes, A. (2017). Shaping Peripheral Growth? Strategic spatial planning in a South African city-region. Habitat International. 67: 129-136.


Keil, R. & Hamel, P. (2016). Suburban Governance in Global Perspective. Urban Planning International 30 (6): 7-13.

Keil, R. & Hamel, P. (2016). Governing the periphery. Path dependencies and shifting modalities in a world of suburbs. 2ha #12 Suburbia + Power. Retrieved from https://www.2ha.ie/issue-12.html


Harrison, P. & Todes, A. (2015). Spatial transformations in a loosening state: South Africa in a comparative perspective. Geoforum. 6: 148-162.


Todes, A. (2014). The Impact of Policy and Strategic Spatial Planning. In P. Harrison, G. Gotz, A. Todes & C. Wray (eds.) Changing Space, Changing City: Johannesburg after Apartheid. Johannesburg: Wits University Press, pp. 83-100.

Todes, A. (2014). The External and Internal Context for Urban Governance. In C. Haferburg & M. Huchzermeyer (eds.) Urban Governance in Post-Apartheid Cities. Modes of Engagement in South Africa’s Metropoles. Stuttgart: Schweizerbart and Borntraeger Science Publishers, pp.15-35