International Development Planning Review

Reflections on the New Urban Agenda

International Development Planning Review (2017), 39, (4), 349–374.

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Grimm, N., Faeth, S. H., Golubiewski, N. E., Redman, C. L., Wu, J., Bai, X. and Briggs, J. M. (2008) ‘Global change and the ecology of cities’, Science, 319(5864), 756–60. Global change and the ecology of cities Science 319 756 60 Google Scholar

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UNDESA (UN Department of Economic and Social Affairs) (2014) World urbanization prospects: the 2014 revision, highlights (report), New York, UNDESA. Google Scholar

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Landau, L. B., Segatti, A. and Misago, J. P. (2013) ‘Planning and participation in cities that move: identifying obstacles to municipal mobility management’, Public Administration and Development, 33(2), 113–24. Planning and participation in cities that move: identifying obstacles to municipal mobility management Public Administration and Development 33 113 24 Google Scholar

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