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Track 1: The intrinsic logic of the city

Campen, Edda: "Das alte Potsdam heute" - The impact of Potsdam's cultural landscape in repressive times (1933-1989)

Dembski, Sebastian: Instituting new meaning for the Zwischenstadt via symbolic markers: the Regionale 2010 projects Chemtech and Terra Nova in the Cologne/Bonn region

Frank, Sybille/Weidenhaus, Gunter: Why do cities need zoos?

Frehse, Fraya: The São Paulo challenges for the “intrinsic logic of the city”

Freier, Alexander: Governing urban business spaces. The role of transnational corporations in governing security in Rio de Janeiro and São Paulo

Henn, Regine: The Construction of City as an Entity

Huber, Florian J.: Gentrification as a Display of a City's Intrinsic Logic?

Mettenberger, Tobias: Locally Differentiated Marginalization. The Intrinsic Logic of Socio‐Spatial Segregation

Richter, Ralph: The intrinsic logic in plural. A knowledge-based approach to analysing urbanity

Schwenk, Jochen/Steets, Silke: Animal spaces and the city

Silva Ardila, Diego: Spatial reconfiguration in Latin‐America: From Nation-states based strategies to Urban Networks dynamics

Tödt, Daniel: When Marseilles Rhymes With Rap - Empirical Notes on the Cultural Texture of Cities

Warsewa, Günter: Adaptation and Individuality - the Re-Invention of the Port-City

Widmer, Céline/van der Heiden, Nico:Rescaling and the role of the sub-local scale


Track 2: Metropolitan governance and the dynamics of city regions

Alexander, Alba: Devolution and Advocacy Networks in Chicago

Benneworth, Paul/Dauncey, Hugh/Hospers, Gert-Jan: Bidding for International Urban Festivals: A Solution to Fractured Urban Governance?

Demazière, Christophe/Farthing, Stuart: City-regions governance in England and France: towards international lesson learning

Eklund, Niklas: Governance Meets Demos: Metropolitan Attitudes among Swedish Citizens in Two City Regions

Franzén, Mats: Inertia and Eagerness. A Comparative Study of the CBD in Göteborg and Stockholm Today

Hamedinger, Alexander: Challenges of Governance in two cross-border city regions in Austria: 'Centrope' and the 'Euregio Salzburg'

Krüger, Nicole/Terizakis, Georgios: How to characterize metropolitan areas? Some conceptual reflections on the basis of the "intrinsic logic" - approach

Lidström, Anders: Citizens in the City-Regions: Political Orientations Across Municipal Borders

Oberst, Christian A./Rusche, Karsten M.: Economic development within the Metropolitan Regions of Germany: Productivity versus employment growth

Opania, Szymon: The Space Identity Regard in Upper Silesian Metropolis Development

Razin, Eran:Metropolitan Governance in Tel Aviv and Haifa: An Emerging New Mode of Regulation

Rode, Johannes: Population density and innovative activity

Romero, Vicente/Germendia, Maddi/De Ureña, Jose Maria/Solís, Eloy: The Integration of Peripherals Historic Cities in the Madrid Metropolitan Region. The Role of Transport Infrastructures

Schönig, Barbara: Business Based Nonprofits as Catalysts of Regional Reform? The Regional Plan Association New York – New Jersey – Connecticut’s struggle for sustainable regional planning

Ströbele, Maarit Felicitas: Looking at the electorate: The built environment, daily life and political preference in metropolitan regions

Tomàs, Mariona: Metropolitan Governance Arrangements in Multilevel Governance Systems. The Case of Barcelona


Track 3: City choices and strategic planning

Beißwenger, Sabine/Sommer, Hanna: Planning strategies in peripherized medium-sized German towns

Brück, Andreas: Valencias Urban Development Between Local and Global

Economou, Dimitris/Deffner, Alex/Psycharis, Yannis: City Choices Based on Opportunities Rather Than Problems: The Mediterranean Games 2010 in Greece and Volos-Larissa as a Dipole

Engberg, Lars A./Hansen, Leif: The city agreement approach to climate change in Odense

Gallez, Caroline/Kaufmann, Vincent/Maksim, Hanja/Thébert, Mariane: Coordinating Transportation and Urban Planning: From Ideologies to Local Realities

Getimis, Panos/Hlepas, Nikos: Municipal councilors as interest mediators: Dilemmas and choices

Gutiérrez Valdivia, Blanca/Ciocoletto, Adriana/García Almirall, Pilar/Muxí Martínez, Zaida: New urban dynamics: migration, home and city in Barcelona

Heinelt, Hubert: Notion of Democracy of Councillors and their Role Perception and Behaviour in the Changing Context of Local Democracy

Holtmann, Everhard/Plassa, Rebecca: Urban local party systems in motion? Developments from 1994-2007

Karlsson, David: The Hidden Constitutions. How informal institutions affect notions of democracy among councillors

Mayr, Anna: The Global City Discourse in Urban Transformations. A Comparative View on Delhi and Johannesburg

Plüss, Larissa: Urban Governance and the Role Perception and Behaviour of the European City Councillors

Razin, Eran/Hazan, Anna: Attitudes of European Local Councilors towards Local Governance Reforms: A North-South Divide?

Røiseland, Asbjørn: The Governance of Partnerships - Some Assumptions

Schaber, Carsten/Wékel, Julian: Updating inner city strategies. A comparison of current planning practices in major German cities

Vabo, Signy Irene/Aars, Jacob: New Public Management reforms and democratic legitimacy. Attitudes among councillors in West European local governments

Verhelst, Tom/Steyvers, Kristo: Layman or Professional? Comparatively Assessing the Activation and Apprenticeship of the Local Councillor in Europe

Vernay, Anne Lorène/Pandis, Sofie/Baldiri, Tadeo/Rahola, Salcedo/Ravesteijn, Wim: Innovative Governance of Sustainable Urban Development: A comparative analysis

Vrielink, Mirjan Oude/Denters, Bas/Klok, Pieter-Jan: Putting people first – exploring place leadership for improving life-chances in a deprived neighbourhood

Walliser, Andres/Blanco, Ismael/Bonet, Jordi: Urban governance and regeneration policies in historic city centres: Madrid and Barcelona

Wolfram, Marc: Status and Strategies of Spatial Data Technology Adoption in Local Governments in Germany: Requisite Variety or Digital Disparity?


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