Aesop Young Academics
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plaNext: New Ideas and Perspectives on Planning
Annelies Van de Ven
The Spatialisation Struggle: The Heritage of Open Spaces in Baghdad
Deepika Andavarapu and Mahyar Arefi
Understanding Resilience in Urban Slums: Lessons from Pedda-Jalaripeta, India
Galya Vladova and Joerg Knieling
Prospects for an EU Macro-Regional Approach in the Black Sea Area
Following an open call for paper, the second volume of plaNext invited contributions from researchers and practitioners in planning and other related fields of research. All contributions went through open peer-review process before they were included in this volume. Unlike volume one, Cities that Talk, which was dedicated to the specific theme urban resistance and planning, the editorial board of plaNext selected the contributions to volume two as new ideas and perspectives on planning.
Along the concentrated efforts of the Association of European Schools of Planning (AESOP) to Open Access scholarly planning debates, the young academics network of AESOP continues to publish its international peer-reviewed open access e-journal, plaNext. plaNext provides prospective authors an opportunity to engage their ideas in international planning debates as well as make their research available to the wider planning audience. plaNext invites authors to submit original work that includes: empirical research; theoretical discussions; innovative methodologies; case studies; and, book reviews on selected books, textbooks, or specific topics dealing within planning.
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