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We are delighted to announce that all issues of International Journal of Urban and Regional Research (IJURR) are now available online back to Volume 1, 1977.
A groundbreaking forum for intellectual debate, IJURR is at the forefront of critical urban and regional research, with a cutting edge approach to linking theoretical development and empirical research, and a consistent demand for quality. Some of the most influential scholars have published in IJURR including articles by Ash Amin, Patrick Dunleavy, Susan Fainstein, David Harvey, Margit Mayer, Doreen Massey and Jamie Peck.
We now invite you to browse and discover essential reading from an unparalleled range of critical, comparative and geographic perspectives on the changing roles and futures of our cities and regions...
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Julie-Anne Boudreau, Jeremy Seekings and Roger Keil
Struggling with the Creative Class
Cyborg Urbanization: Complexity and Monstrosity in the Contemporary City
The Market as the New Emperor
Land Commodification: New Land Development and Politics in China since the Late 1990s
Jiang Xu, Anthony Yeh and Fulong Wu
The Antinomies of the Postpolitical City: In Search of a Democratic Politics of Environmental Production
The Sociology and Geography of Mortgage Markets: Reflections on the Financial Crisis
Manuel B. Aalbers
Municipal Neoliberalism and Municipal Socialism: Urban Political Economy in Latin America
Benjamin Goldfrank and Andrew Schrank
Technologies of Government: Constituting Subjectivities, Spaces, and Infrastructures in Colonial and Contemporary Jakarta
Michelle Kooy and Karen Bakker
Les conditions sociales d'emergence des mouvements sociaux urbains
Protest and quiescence in urban politics
World city formation: An agenda for research and action
John Friedmann and G. Wolff
The urban process under capitalism
What's so new about divided cities?
The city in the transition to socialism
P. Murray and Ivan Szelenyi
The meaning of crisis
Beyond housing classes
Postfordism in question
Localities, regions and social class
IJURR is associated with The Foundation for Urban and Regional Studies (FURS). For further information on IJURR, FURS and the Studies in Urban and Social Change Book Series (SUSC), visit the Journal homepage.