International Journal of Urban and Regional Research
The International Journal of Urban and Regional Research is a bimonthly peer-reviewed academic journal published by Wiley-Blackwell on behalf of the Foundation for Urban and Regional Studies. It was established in 1977 and published quarterly until 2010. The journal covers urban and regional research topics from a social sciences perspective. The journal has "Debates and Developments" and "Urban Worlds" sections, and also publishes book reviews, theoretical articles, and symposia (collections of articles on a more narrowly defined topic).
In the new millennium, cities have become an emerging force among new forms of subnational climate governance. Of interest is how cities act unilaterally and directly in this new climate politics via the provision of relevant tools. Since metropolitan planning strategies have been considered as...
The research presented in this article employed a deliberate intervention to mobilize social capital and then studied the dynamics of the way in which it influenced community development.
This essay addresses the impacts of electronic tenancy databases upon social relations in the field of private rental tenancy in Australia.
This article reviews the role of knowledge in economic development and the actors through which it is created and transferred. Unpacking the often oversimplified dichotomy between tacit and explicit knowledge, the contribution of firms, communities of practice and regions to the creation of knowledge is...