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Town Planning Review (2019), 90, (5), 579–586.

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JANIN RIVOLIN, U. and FALUDI, A. (2005), ‘The hidden face of European spatial planning: innovations in governance’, European Planning Studies, 13, 195–215. Google Scholar

MINCA, C. (2016), ‘Italian studies, Italian theory and the politics of translation’, Environment and Planning D, 34, 822–29. Google Scholar

SCATTONI, P. and FALCO, E. (2011), ‘Why Italian planning is worth studying’, Italian Journal of Planning Practice, 1, 4–32. Google Scholar

TULUMELLO, S. (2015), ‘Questioning the universality of institutional transformation theories in spatial planning: shopping mall developments in Palermo’, International Planning Studies, 20, 371–89. Google Scholar

TULUMELLO, S., FERREIRA, A. C., COLOMBO, A., DI GIOVANNI, C. and ALLEGRA, M. (2018), ‘Comparative planning and housing studies beyond taxonomy: a genealogy of the Special Programme for Rehousing (Portugal)’, Transactions of the Association of European Schools of Planning, 2, 32–46. Google Scholar

VETTORETTO, L. (2009), ‘Planning cultures in Italy: reformism, laissez-faire and contemporary trends’, in J. Knieling and F. Othengrafen (eds), Planning Cultures in Europe: Decoding Cultural Phenomena in Urban and Regional Planning, Farnham, Ashgate, 189–203. Google Scholar

DAVY, B. (1997), Essential Injustice: When Legal Institutions Cannot Resolve Environmental and Land Use Disputes, Vienna, Springer. Google Scholar

FAINSTEIN, S. S. (2010), The Just City, Ithaca, NY, Cornell University Press. Google Scholar

RAWLS, J. (1971), A Theory of Justice, Cambridge, MA, Belknap Press. Google Scholar

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TULUMELLO, SIMONE

HARTMANN, THOMAS

SPARLING, WILLIAM

AHMED, SALEH