Planning Perspectives

(The TQCC of Planning Perspectives is 0. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-06-01 to 2024-06-01.)
The patchwork planning of a welfare landscape: reappraising the role of leisure planning in the Swedish welfare state15
‘Third Front’ construction in China: planning the industrial towns during the Cold War (1964–1980)11
The persistence and rise of master planning in urban Africa: transnational circuits and local ambitions11
Contested grounds; the regeneration of Liverpool waterfront9
Colonial legacies and contemporary urban planning practices in Dhaka, Bangladesh9
Vienna’s planning history: periodizing stable phases of regulating urban development, 1820–20208
Advocacy planning: were expectations fulfilled?8
Taking critical junctures seriously: theory and method for causal analysis of rapid institutional change7
Managed retreat in response to flooding: lessons from the past for contemporary climate change adaptation7
Serving the public interest? Towards a history of private sector planning expertise in England7
Revisiting the Australian Government’s Growth Centres programme 1972–19755
The role of urban landscapes in the formation of urban identity and urban memory relations: the case of Van/Turkey5
Epidemics, Planning and the City: A Special Issue of Planning Perspectives5
The intensifying gated exclusiveness of apartment complex boundary design in Seoul, Korea5
The dialogic constitution of model cities: the circulation, encounters and critiques of the Barcelona model in Latin America4
Experts, export, and the entanglements of global planning4
Delivering the goods: executing sustainable transport policy through urban planning in Merseyside (2001–2010)4
The Dutch ‘Gateway to Europe’ spatial policy narrative, 1980–2020: a systematic review3
Planning at the edge: urbanism and socio-political transition in Chelas, Lisbon3
The water heritage of China: the polders of Tai Lake Basin as continuing landscape3
The cleanliness of otherness: epidemics, informal urbanization and urban degeneration in early twentieth-century Madrid3
Grid orientation and natural ventilation in Cerdà’s 1860 urban plan for Barcelona3
The role of Dutch civil engineering in modern port planning in Japan (1870s–1890s)3
The global governance of housing: 1945–20163
From sparse to compact city – shifting notions of nature in post-war residential landscapes in the Helsinki region3
Planning history and everyday urban change: an appreciation of J.W.R. Whitehand (1938–2021)3
Thinking relationally about socialist cities: cross–border connections in Czechoslovak post-war urban planning and housing construction3
The biogeopolitics of cities: a critical enquiry across Jerusalem, Phnom Penh, Toronto3
An officer and a bourgeois: Israeli military personnel, suburbanization and selective privatization3
Factors, mechanisms and challenges of planning in Cyprus: a historical narrative of Limassol’s urban development3
urbanHIST: a multidisciplinary research and training programme on the history of European urbanism in the twentieth century2
The pathogenic city: disease, dirt and the planning of Dublin’s Wholesale Fruit and Vegetable Markets2
Urbanism of zines: the potential of environmentalist zines as sources for planning history2
Urban planning history of Malawi: case study of the capital Lilongwe2
A New Town and a numbers game: Runcorn, Merseyside, and Liverpool2
Quartering as an aspect of Italy’s post-unification urban development: the case of Milan’s parade ground2
The natural environment in socialist modernity: three case studies of new urban areas in Czechoslovakia (1966–1991)2
Agricultural land change, planning and urbanisation: a case study from Erzurum, Türkiye (1940–2022)2
The Olympic Effect in strategic planning: insights from candidate cities2
Colonial planning of Nairobi airports, 1933–19532
Path dependency in aesthetic control management within Turkish planning history2
Soviet specialists’s urban planning technical assistance to China, 1949–19592
TheHispanic International Seminar on Urban Form(ISUF-H). A platform for dialogue between urban planners and urban form researchers in Spanish-speaking countries2
The urban parks in Nanjing, 1900s–2000s: a brief introduction2
Corridors as empty signifiers: the entanglement of Mozambique’s colonial past and present in its development corridors2
Foreign aid for rural development: village design and planning in post-independence Morocco2
‘Between the devil and the Bay of Bengal’: the Ford Foundation and the politics of planning in post-Independence Calcutta2
Transformation of urban green spaces from a historical perspective in Veszprém, Hungary2
Edge conditions: invented peripheries, hidden centres: the 2020 Australasian urban history/planning history conference1
Rehearsing experts and ‘inperts’: crossing transnational housing narratives in West Africa1
An archive of anxiety: the papers of E. A. A. Rowse1
Vision and practice: the 1967 Robson Report on the Tokyo Metropolitan Government1
From childless tower to child-full density: families and the evolution of vancouverism1
Influenza pandemic and the development of public health infrastructure in Bombay city, 1919–19351
The Mariel Boatlift and comprehensive planning: humanitarian crisis, demographic data, and Cuban-American community development1
Revisiting the transnational building of a modern planning regime in Iran: the first Tehran master plan and the interplay between local and foreign planners1
Peripheralization through mass housing urbanization in Hong Kong, Mexico City, and Paris1
Taming ‘wild’ Vienna? The handling of informal settlements by the planning authorities – perspectives, discourse, (counter)actions in the interwar and post-war periods1
The shape of things to come, Hong Kong's infrastructural city fabric: 1989–20201
Gordon Cherry memorial lecture 2022: the design-politics of planning equitably resilient capital cities1
Skelmersdale: design and implementation of a British new town, 1961–19851
From prophecy to projection: the New York Metropolitan Region Study and the rescaling of the urban future, 1956–19681
Fire in the port city: the impact of different population groups on the destruction and revival of Canton city in the nineteenth century1
The emergence and evolution of workers’ villages in early New China1
The enduring importance of strategic vision in planning: the case of the West Midlands Green Belt1
Unsettling a sanitary enclave: malaria at Mian Mir (1849–1910)1
The anniversaries of the Ecole d’urbanisme de Paris (1919–1969–2019)1
Parallel and overlapping temporalities of city fabric, the New York Parkway Odyssey: 1870s–2000s1
Electrifying Mexico: technology and the transformation of a modern city1
Typology of medieval urban layouts in historic Lesser Poland and their protection1
Designing the 2018 Urbanism places exhibition and public planning history1
‘The core’: the centre as a concept in twentieth-century British planning and architecture.Part one: the emergence of the idea1
Suburban gardens in the interwar planning agenda: London’s Becontree vs. Frankfurt’s Rörmerstadt1
Hypochondria as a form factor: The role of colonial anxieties as shapers of buildings and urban spaces in British Africa1
Consumption crusade: the influence of tuberculosis on the emergence of town planning in South Australia, 1890–19181
Interrogating voices from the past: making use of oral testimony in planning historical research1
Petroleumscapes and the urban fabric: a study of hinterland development in Cepu, Indonesia1
El urbanismo de la Transición. El Plan General de Ordenación Urbana de Madrid de 1985, (The Urbanism of Transition: The Master Plan of Madrid 1985)1
Hamburger und Altonaer Reformwohnungsbau der 1920er Jahre – Vergleichende Perspektiven von Modellen der Moderne1
Global ideas and cultural responsiveness: why new towns in Israel and Brazil are not the same1
Development cooperation and national planning: analysing Finnish complicity in postcolonial Tanzania’s decentralization reform and regional development1
State of the legacy: reviewing a decade of writings on the regeneration promises of London 20121
New York Recentered: Building the Metropolis from the Shore0
On the police as infrastructure and managers in the African city0
Cities alive: Jane Jacobs, Christopher Alexander, and the roots of Urban Renaissance Cities alive: Jane Jacobs, Christopher Alexander, and the roots of Urban Renaissance 0
An Americas story: hemispheric perspectives on postwar urban renewal0
Global experts for historic towns: Leonardo Benevolo and Giorgio Lombardi’s contributions to UNDP/UNESCO Andean region programme0
How did the idea of the garden suburb emerge in the 1970s? An analysis based on the performance of the City of São Paulo Company in São Paulo0
All health politics is local0
Evolving security motifs, Olympic spectacle and urban planning legacy: from militarization to security-by-design0
The social psychologist as planner: the pioneering work of Oscar Oeser in urban and rural communities in mid-twentieth century Australia0
Il progetto del mondo. Doxiadis, città e futuro 1955–65 (The project of the world. Doxiadis, city and future 1955–65)0
Frederick Law Olmsted. Architecte du paysage [Frederick Law Olmsted: architect of landscape] Frederick Law Olmsted. Architecte du paysage [Frederick Law Olmsted: architect of landscape]0
The new urban aesthetic: digital experiences of urban change0
The past, present and future of African cities: commemorating the life and work of Bill Freund0
Layers of reconstruction: the planning history of disaster-prone Kamaishi0
Immigration, employment, and new town initiatives in Hong Kong0
Landscapes of housing: design and planning in the history of environmental thought0
Architecture of counterrevolution: the French army in Northern Algeria0
Against the commons: a radical history of urban planning Against the commons: a radical history of urban planning , by Álvaro Sevilla-Buitrago, Minneapolis, University o0
The Roots of Educational Inequality: Philadelphia’s Germantown High School, 1907-20140
Urban heritage along the silk roads: a contemporary reading of urban transformation of historic cities in the middle east and beyond0
China’s architecture in a globalising world: between socialism and market0
Epidemics, the issue of control and the grid: a nineteenth-century perspective from Buenos Aires0
The Sharon Plan reconsidered: how Eliezer Brutzkus’ pre-1948 separatism shaped Israel’s New Towns0
Of greater dignity than riches: austerity and housing design in India0
Instituições de Urbanismo no Brasil, 1930-1979 [Institutions of Urbanism in Brazil 1930-1979]0
Marshall Plan or neocolonization? The Model Cities Program and Black planning criticism0
Planning, history …  and the environment?0
Democracy’s capital: black political power in Washington, D.C., 1960s–1970s0
Evaluating nineteenth-century urbanization in the Galata neighbourhood of İstanbul using the maps by Huber, d’Ostoya, and Goad0
Yaba housing scheme and the colonial ‘re-planning’ of Lagos, 1917–19520
Interurban knowledge exchange in Southern and Eastern Europe, 1870–19500
The Regional Planning Association of America at 100: a new exploration0
Routledge handbook of people and place in the 21st century city0
The transformation of Beijing as a dual Olympic city: growth, post-growth, and the reimagining of the capital0
The post-war rebirth of Yokohama: the planner Akira Tamura’s contributions to municipal reform0
Rödabergsområdet: a verdant small town idyll within the city0
What would the RPAA do?0
Bangkok utopia: modern architecture and Buddhist felicities, 1910–19730
Jakarta: the city of a thousand dimensions Jakarta: the city of a thousand dimensions , by Abidin Kusno, Singapore, National University of Singapore Press, 2023, 263 pp.0
Nonprofit neighborhoods: an urban history of inequality and the American state0
La città degli igienisti. Riforme e utopie sanitarie nell’Italia umbertina [The city of hygienists. Health reforms and utopias in Umbertine Italy]0
La ciudad latinoamericana: una figura de la imaginación social del siglo XX0
Il mito dell’equilibrio. Il dibattito anglo-italiano per il governo del territorio negli anni del dopoguerra [The myth of balance. The Anglo-Italian debate on urban and regional planning after World W0
The achievement of sustainability and legacies by the host cities of the Summer Olympiads, 2012–20240
People before highways: Boston activists, urban planners, and a new movement for city making0
Is urban planning returning to the past in search of a sustainable future? Exploring the six Paris and London Olympic Games (1900–2024)0
Imperial spectacle and emergency shelters: the American Red Cross programmes presented at the Panama–Pacific International Exposition in San Francisco, 19150
Bratislava (un)planned city0
Deconstructing Cerdá: historical approaches in his three urban planning theories (1855–1867)0
Critical cartographies for assessing and designing with planning legacies: the case of Jaap Bakema’s Open Society in ‘t Hool, the Netherlands0
A queer New York: geographies of lesbians, dykes, and queers0
The making of a model town: planning in a Princely city and the All-India Sanitary Conferences0
All cities should have a dream: in memoriam Jaime Lerner0
Behind the metropolis: understanding Grand Paris through the history of its regional plans0
Ciudad de bloques. Reflexiones retrospectivas y prospectivas sobre los polígonos de vivienda ‘modernos’ [City of Slabs. Retrospective and Prospective Reflections on ‘Modern’ Housing Estates]0
States of cultivation: imperial transition and scientific agriculture in the Eastern Mediterranean States of cultivation: imperial transition and scientific agriculture in the Eastern M0
Avenue of the Americas. New York, biografia di una strada. [Avenue of the Americas. New York, biography of a street] Avenue of the Americas. New York, biografia di una strada. [Avenue o0
The aftermath of failure. Paris, 1992–2012: the urban economy of a host Olympic City0
Davids and the Goliath at Downtown: why central Auckland’s largest post-war urban renewal scheme could not be stopped0
Building colonial Hong Kong: speculative development and segregation in the city0
Israel’s largest landfill rehabilitation: creative landscape design as a catalyst for a functioning metropolis0
Historia y memoria de villas y favelas Historia y memoria de villas y favelas , edited by María Cristina Cravino, Los Polvorines, Universidad Nacional de General Sarmien0
Product and process: New York’s Model Cities vest-pocket housing and rehabilitation programme0
An analysis of the small planned towns built for the workers of the Badajoz Plan dams in Spain0
Planning capital cities: a cultural district in Canada’s capital region0
Obituary: Jean-Louis Cohen (20 July 1949–7 August 2023)0
Seminars on urban design and the constitution of the discipline in mid-1980s Brazil0
Mass housing: modern architecture and state power – a global history0
Urban legends: the South Bronx in representation and ruin0
The urban planning transformation of Jaffa: pre and post-1948 perspectives0
Replanning the central area of Wakefield, West Yorkshire: culture and regeneration, 1990–20210
The manufacture of heritage in the face of the diktats of authenticity: the case of the Algerian medinas from the beginning of the French occupation to the present0
Building the capital city: Maria Ponti Pasolini, the Passeggiata Archeologica and the planning of Rome (1887-1917)0
Planning Venice after the Italian Unification: The Development of a Space-based Identity0
How cities matter0
The Curtis Report as a critical juncture in Canadian urbanism0
The Datong City Plan (1938): the three week-process of organizing planning ideas and techniques towards the construction of a new urban area under Japanese occupation0
Favelas de Río de Janeiro: historia y derecho0
Model Cities at fifty: afterlives0
Construction and clearance in Israel, 1960–1975: between the local and the international0
Non-Design: Architecture, Liberalism and the Market0
Improvised City: Architecture, and Governance in Shanghai, 1843–19370
Pensando as favelas cariocas: história e questões urbanas (volume 1) [Reflecting on Rio’s Favelas: history and urban questions]0
The Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) experts’ contribution in the establishment of the University of Patras0
Lorraine Leu, defiant Geographies: race and urban space in 1920s Rio de Janeiro0
Taking the land to make the city: a bicoastal history of North America0
Metropolis: a history of the city, humankind’s greatest invention0
Housing Haussmann’s Paris: the politics and legacy of Second Empire redevelopment0
Architecture in Global Socialism – Eastern Europe, West Africa, and the Middle East in the Cold War0
Heritage conservation in postcolonial India: approaches and challenges0
Building Roma Capitale: knowing and interpreting the city of the past (1870–1925)0
Minimum government assistance: planning cottage resettlement areas in post-war Hong Kong0
Towards the creation of model mill cities in New England: the planning contributions of the Boston manufacturing company in Waltham, Massachusetts0
Airbnb, short-term rentals and the future of housing0
Urbanistica comparada en los albores de la modernidad. Burguesia, Espacio Urbano y Proyecto de Ciudad [Comparative urbanism at dawn of modernity. Bourgeoisie, Urban Space and Project of the City]0
Fabricating Lureland - a history of the imagination and memory of Peacehaven, a speculative interwar garden city development by the sea0
Conformity and variety: city planning in Taiwan during 1683–18950
Power Moves: Transportation, Politics, and Development in Houston0
Black Arts/West and the ironies of development in Seattle’s ‘Other America’0
Military or trade port cities? About the form and function of the Hispanic colonial cities in Latin America and the Caribbean0
Race, Faith and Planning in Britain0
Housing matters in the 1970s: foundations, legacies, and impacts from the national laboratory for civil engineering’s research in Portugal0
Formation and transformation of critical modern rural architecture: the case of the Göl Village Institute Campus in Kastamonu, Türkiye0
The Human Settlement : Erwin Anton Gutkind's fascination with Africa and critique of modern design0
Working-class suburban housing, homeownership and urban social movements during Francoism in Barcelona, 1939–19750
Reshaping the frontier landscape: Dongchuan in 18th-century Southwest China0
Report from the 19th International Planning History Society Conference: July 5–6 2022, Delft, The Netherlands0
Planning and construction of the British concessions and settlements in modern East Asia (1845–1876): Shanghai, Yokohama, and Tianjin0
The architecture of Scotland, 1660–17500
Trophy cities: a feminist perspective on new capitals0
Lessons from the British and French new towns: paradise lost?0
The other Tianjin and its concession culture: local residents’ perception of the postcolonial identity of Minyuan Stadium0
Limits of inter-American cooperation: large dams and urban planning in Latin America after 19450
Conjectures on an absence: Latin American planning thought, seen in the mirror of Revolutionary Cuba0
Habitat. Towards an ecological urban lexicon0
Charles Rice, Atrium Charles Rice, Atrium , Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 2023, 204 pp. US $44.95 (hardcover)0
Clean water supply and urban hygiene control in colonial Semarang, Indonesia0
Postmodern architecture in socialist Poland: transformation, symbolic form and national identity0
Historia de las Villas en la Ciudad de Buenos Aires: Desde los orígenes hasta nuestros días [History of the shantytowns in the city of Buenos Aires: from the origins to the present] His0
Unabhängige Historikerkommission “Planen und Bauen im Nationalsozialismus” [Independent Commission of Historians “Planning and Construction during National Socialism” Unabhängige Histor0
The art of preserving and building cities in Italy (1860–1930): legacies and actors0
Sultanahmet, Istanbul’s historic peninsula: musealization and urban conservationPinar Aykaç, Sultanahmet, Istanbul’s historic peninsula: musealization and urban conservation 0
Holy green: silwan, design knowledge, and the 1967 making of Jerusalem's Old City Walls National Park0
The location of a railway station and its impact on urban planning in colonial Lahore 1846–19470
Improvised cities: architecture, urbanization and innovation in Peru0
19th IPHS Conference, 5–6 July 2022 (Delft, The Netherlands) prizes and awards0
Große Pläne für Kassel. 1919 bis 1949. Projekte zu Stadtentwicklung und Städtebau0
‘Living beyond its present means’: World Bank push and local pushback over lowest-cost housing for postcolonial Dakar0
Lake Meadows, Chicago, an experiment in early redevelopment0
Rebuilding Britain’s Blitzed Cities: Hopeful Dreams, Stark Realities0
On Foucault and Brazilian Urbanismo: a genealogy of city planning in Rio de Janeiro and São Paulo (c. 1850s–1945)0
Recent evolution of housing finance policy and development agendas in Mexico0
Institutionalization of Transit-Oriented Development in Tokyo 1868–19450
L’Enfant’s Washington: the figure of the President in the capital of the Republic0
Planning versus reality: building ‘native’ housing estates in Lomé and Douala, late nineteenth century till 19400
‘The core’: the centre as a concept in twentieth-century British planning and architecture. Part two: the realization of the idea0
Routledge handbook of Asian cities Routledge handbook of Asian cities , edited by Richard Hu, Abingdon, Routledge, 2023, 546 pp., £190 (hardback), £34.39 (eBook)0
From zeilenbau slabs to community-building clusters. The contribution of Seoul to the planning of mass housing estates, 1962–20080
Cities for profit: the real estate turn in Asia’s urban politics0
From monumentality to diversity – Lourenço Marques between the urban plans of Aguiar and Azevedo (1950-1970)0
A Maravilhosa Fábrica de Virtudes: o decoro na arquitetura religiosa de Vila Rica, Minas Gerais (1711–1822)0
A century of regionalisms: the Regional Plan Association of New York and the Regional Planning Association of America in comparative perspective0
The invention of public space: designing for inclusion in Lindsay's New York0
The Olympic gap: planning and politics of the Helsinki Olympics0
The bonds of inequality: debt and the making of the American city0
Hidden London: discovering the forgotten underground0
The grid and the park: public space and urban culture in Buenos Aires, 1887–19360
Not wholly belonging: British planning’s uncertain European connections0
À Beira da Cidade: Política e Poética do Loteamento [On the edge of the city: politics and poetics of land subdivision]0
The city makers of Nairobi: an African Urban history0
Unpacking the intricacies of urban development in Eswatini: from fragmentation to integration0
From HURPI to community corridor: the evolution of the central linear axis in South Korean new towns0
Pseudo-public spaces in Chinese shopping malls: Rise, publicness and consequences0
Place renaming, jurisdictional integration, and political representation: lessons from South Africa0
Protecting neighbourhood character while allowing growth? Pike/Pine Conservation Overlay District, Seattle, Washington0
Naples: a city away from water0
Community planning, citizen action, and sustainability in a southern California edge city: San Diego’s University community, 2000–20180
Glasgow high-rise homes, estates and communities in the post-war period0
Diverging space for deviants: the politics of Atlanta’s public housing0
Ströme und Zonen: Eine Genealogie der ‘funktionalen Stadt’0
A place to remain in the village. Dutch planning cultures and rural housing policies from 1945 onwards0
Informal Urbanization in Latin America. Collaborative Transformations of Public Spaces0
The modernity of the Regional Planning Association of America0
‘University in the city’: Percy Johnson-Marshall and the reconstruction of Edinburgh’s South Side, 1961–760