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Kleinhans, R.J. (author), van Ham, M. (author)
In many European countries, community-based entrepreneurship is increasingly considered as a means to initiate small-scale urban regeneration. However, residents in deprived neighbourhoods are often viewed to lack key entrepreneurial skills. Most research on community entrepreneurship support is based on cross-sectional studies and overly...
journal article 2017
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Chatzi Rodopoulou, T. (author)
Since the early 1990’s heritage-led regeneration has progressively become an important strategy for the revitalisation of urban areas. This
revitalisation though, albeit its positive financial outcome, is not without side-effects, especially when carried out by commercial developers in
the established socio-economic system. This paper...
conference paper 2016
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Kleinhans, R.J. (author), Van Ham, M. (author)
In many European countries, community entrepreneurship is increasingly considered as a means to initiate small-scale urban regeneration. However, residents in deprived communities are often viewed to lack key entrepreneurial attributes and skills. This paper reports a unique experiment in the Netherlands with nascent community enterprises which...
journal article 2016
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Varady, D.P. (author), Kleinhans, R.J. (author), Van Ham, M. (author)
Purpose - The global economic crisis has had a major impact on government spending for urban regeneration. In the context of these austerity regimes, in many European countries, community entrepreneurship and active citizenship are increasingly considered as a means to continue small-scale urban revitalisation. This paper investigates recent...
journal article 2015
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de Waaijer, D.A. (author)
review 2015
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de Waaijer, D.A. (author)
review 2015
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Kleinhans, R.J. (author), Veldboer, L. (author), Jansen, S.J.T. (author), van Ham, M. (author)
The aging population of European cities raises enormous challenges with regard to employment, pensions, health care and other age-related services. The housing preferences of the aging population are changing rapidly where more and more people want to live independent lives for as long as possible. At the same time governments need to reduce the...
journal article 2014
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Takaguchi, H. (author), Ryu, M. (author), Hasegawa, K. (author), Hataba, T. (author), Enpuku, T. (author), Ono, T. (author)
journal article 2011
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Tasan-Kok, M.T. (author)
Large-scale urban regeneration projects become highly complex as they involve multiple actors with different expectations. In general, the implementation of such projects entails building governance regimes at the city or regional level, but this often means forging partnerships between public and private actors to serve as policy instruments....
journal article 2010
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Wassenberg, F. (author), Van Meer, A. (author), Van Kempen, R. (author)
Urban change spans all ages. However, some neighbourhoods do not adapt gradually to changed circumstances, but lapse into deprivation. Urban policies are necessary in these areas to revitalise them. Cities across Europe have deprived areas, and urban renewal policies are carried out in all of them. These approaches are made up of several...
report 2010
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Droste, C. (author), Lelevrier, C. (author), Wassenberg, F. (author)
Many European countries have policies to renew cities and neighbourhoods. This paper examines the policies of France, the Netherlands and Germany. In these, as in most Western European countries, the social housing sector forms an important part of regeneration schemes. Social housing is both actor and subject to urban renewal. Housing...
book chapter 2008
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Metselaar, G. (author), Korthals Altes, W.K. (author), Zondag, M.J. (author)
European comparison of urban renewal in the European Union, France, England and North Rhine-Westphalia.
report 2000
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