Environment and Planning

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Edited by: Nigel Thrift, Trevor J. Barnes & Jamie Peck

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    • Publisher: SAGE Publications Ltd |
    • Publication Year: 2012 |
    • Online Publication Date: April 03, 2013 |
    • DOI: 10.4135/9781446261538 |
    • Print ISBN: 9781446208083 |
    • Online ISBN: 9781446261538 |
    • Series: SAGE Library of Urban and Regional Research |
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Academic publisher, Pion, has an outstanding reputation for publishing high quality journals in the fields of geography, physics, and experimental psychology. The four geographical journals in the Pion stable — the Environment and Planning series — are committed to publishing innovative, interdisciplinary quality papers which tackle a range of important questions. This collection, edited by a stellar editorial team under the leadership of Stuart Elden and published by SAGE, draws from all four journals to showcase the best of the best on offer in urban and regional research.

Volume One: Cities and Regions provides a selection of papers from the original journal in the series, focused on the opportunities and challenges associated with urban and regional transformations around the world. The wide-ranging remit of the journal ...

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  • Introduction

    A compilation of the volume Introductions.

    Introduction to Volume A: The Travels of Environment and Planning A
    JamiePeck, TrevorJ.Barnes and NigelThrift

    Environment and Planning A is a journal concerned with all forms of analysis and interpretation applied to cities and regions. It publishes pathbreaking work at the various frontiers of urban and regional studies. No journal is encyclopedic, but more than most, Environment and Planning A is committed to addressing the full range of issues of urban and regional analysis, along with associated matters of policy and practice. By virtue of its size and frequency, the journal is uniquely placed to combine breadth of coverage with depth in engagement. For the same reasons, Environment and Planning A maintains programmatic concerns in urban and regional analysis, while at ...

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