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  1. Add to Wish List Geographies of Cosmopolitanism

    Geographies of Cosmopolitanism

    Barney Warf
    ‘Truly an insightful pathbreaking tour de force on an evolving concept related to cultures, politics and economies in the contemporary world. It is a world where empathy, generosity, diversity and understanding are central and the meanin...
    Hardback (July 2021)

    List price $125.00

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  2. Add to Wish List EU Cohesion Policy and Spatial Governance

    EU Cohesion Policy and Spatial Governance

    Edited by Daniel Rauhut, Franziska Sielker, Alois Humer
    ‘“The course of true love never did run smooth,” Shakespeare would say about EU Cohesion Policy, one which Europe both underestimates and depends excessively upon. This volume explores the reasons behind this complex phenomenon, by weavi...
    Hardback (July 2021)

    List price $150.00

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  3. Add to Wish List Handbook of Cities and Networks

    Handbook of Cities and Networks

    Edited by Zachary P. Neal, Céline Rozenblat
    ‘If you want to understand cities – the innovation and dynamism they generate and the way they sort and segregate people by class, race and other dimensions – you have to start by understanding that cities are networks. Zachary Neal and ...
    Hardback (July 2021)

    List price $340.00

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  4. Add to Wish List Defining Public Goods

    Defining Public Goods

    David J. O’Brien
    Through the lens of an economist’s notion of public goods, David J. O’Brien analyzes the dual problems of declining communities and polarizing conflicts between metropolitan and rural communities. The author describes in detail how seemi...
    Hardback (July 2021)

    List price $105.00

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  5. Add to Wish List Predatory Urbanism

    Predatory Urbanism

    Agatino Rizzo, Anindita Mandal
    ‘This book gives much needed attention to the violence of state-led megaprojects in Asia’s contemporary cities. The challenges of “predatory urbanism” examined in Qatar, Malaysia, and India are not harbingers of change; they are the chan...
    Hardback (June 2021)

    List price $99.00

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