• Publications
  • Influence
Toponymy and the Communist city: Street names in Bucharest, 1948–;1965
Past studies of the Socialist/Communist city have paid only limited attention to the ways in which Communist regimes mobilised a wide variety of symbols in the urban landscape in order to legitimateExpand
  • 59
  • 2
INFORMAL SETTLEMENTS AND SQUATTING IN ROMANIA: SOCIO-SPATIAL FEATURES AND TYPOLOGIES
The emergence of informal settlements in Romania is the result of a mix of factors, including some social and urban planning policies from the communist and post-communist period. Squatting wasExpand
  • 12
  • 2
URBAN SPRAWL AND RESIDENTIAL MOBILITIES IN THE BUCHAREST AREA – RECONFIGURATION OF A NEW RESIDENTIAL GEOGRAPHY
Efect direct al eliminării restricţiilor privind stabilirea domiciliului și extinderea limitele spaţiului construit al localităţilor la sfârșitul perioadeia comuniste, expansiunea urbană peste zoneleExpand
  • 7
  • 1
  • PDF
NEW TRAJECTORIES OF POST-SOCIALIST RESIDENTIAL MOBILITY IN BUCHAREST
Over the post-socialist period, residential mobility processes were very intense and took place on large areas. Flow intensity led to the emergence of new spatial and functional realities and createdExpand
  • 3
  • 1
  • PDF
Contrasting Clustering in Health Care Provision in Romania: Spatial and Aspatial Limitations
Abstract Despite its over 26 years of continuous efforts to reform the health care system, Romania is facing serious problems in meeting population health care needs, mainly due to chronicExpand
  • 13
Change Detection Analysis for Urban Development in Bucharest-Romania, using High Resolution Satellite Imagery
The evolution of Bucharest during the last 40 years showed spectacular changes, as a result of the socialist urban policy. The paper investigates the leading transformation of the urban structures,Expand
  • 11
URBAN SPRAWL - THE LEGAL CONTEXT AND TERRITORIAL PRACTICES IN ROMANIA
Urban sprawl limitations are objectives of public policy of all European Community documents referring to urban and territorial planning. Nowadays clear and stable boundaries between the areas ofExpand
  • 24
  • PDF
Outdoor advertising and urban landscape in Bucharest – a reality between planning and economics practices
The quality of urban public space presumes, among other aspects, a balance between quantity, distribution and placement of the outdoor advertising. In Romania, despite the existence of legislationExpand
  • 5
  • PDF
Impact of national policies on patterns of built-up development: an assessment over three decades
Abstract Globally, built-up development is taking place at unprecedented rates. To mitigate and limit its effects, recent scientific and spatial planning communities call for built-up management toExpand
  • 9
‘The village has straight streets and houses in line’: the foundation of new settlements following the appropriation of the newlyweds in nineteenth century Romania
During the nineteenth century, the Romanian provinces of Wallachia and Moldavia underwent a series of political, economic and social transformations, all part of the reforms aimed to consolidate theExpand
  • 1
...
1
2
...