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Wandl, A. (author)
An increasing body of literature suggests that the conventional idea of a gradual transition in spatial structure from urban to rural does not reflect contemporary patterns of urban development and their potential for sustainable development. The research introduces the concept of territories-in-between (TiB) to address the issues surrounding...
doctoral thesis 2020
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Mashayekhi, A. (author)
This thesis contributes to a detailed understanding of the urbanisation of Tehran, and offers a new perspective on its complexities and specificities. This perspective builds on the work of urban scholars who have critically questioned the Eurocentric understanding of cities and have moved beyond an artificial hierarchy of cities that pushes for...
doctoral thesis 2019
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Balz, V.E. (author)
This thesis elaborates on the role and position of regional design in spatial planning. Building upon the argument that design in this realm aims to improve planning guidance by judging its implications for particular situations, the thesis develops an analytical framework for an enhanced understanding of how design both influences, and is...
doctoral thesis 2019
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Azlan, N.A.B. (author)
The title ‘Seditious Spaces’ is derived from one aspect of Britain’s colonial legacy in Malaysia (formerly Malaya): the Sedition Act 1948. While colonial rule may seem like it was a long time ago, Malaysia has only been independent for sixty-one years, after 446 years of colonial rule. The things that we take for granted today, such as democracy...
doctoral thesis 2018
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Masip-Tresserra, J. (author)
Despite strong efforts made by scholars to study the polycentric spatial organization of agglomeration in metropolitan areas, there is still no consensus about the conceptualization (i.e., identification and measurement) of polycentricity and its economic, social, and environmental (dis)advantages. Additionally, little is known in the policy...
doctoral thesis 2016
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Vogelij, J.C. (author)
The study explores the factors for success of long-term spatial development policies. The theoretic frame assumed that co-ownership of the content of a development policy is not enough for sustained support. Co-creation of a development vision with all relevant parties in a region or city would entail co-authorship, which enhances the chances...
doctoral thesis 2015
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