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Neoliberal Urbanization in Europe: Large–Scale Urban Development Projects and the New Urban Policy
This paper summarizes the theoretical insights drawn from a study of thirteen large–scale urban development projects (UDPs) in twelve European Union countries. The project focused on the way in whichExpand
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Territorial Innovation Models: A Critical Survey
MOULAERT F. and SEKIA F. (2003) Territorial innovation models: a critical survey, Reg. Studies 37 , 289-302. This paper provides a critical review of the literature on territorial innovation modelsExpand
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Towards Alternative Model(s) of Local Innovation
This paper introduces a Special Topic on social innovation in the governance of urban communities. It also seeks to widen the debate on the meaning of social innovation both in social science theoryExpand
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The International Handbook on Social Innovation: Collective Action, Social Learning and Transdisciplinary Research
Edited by Frank Moulaert, Emeritus Professor of Spatial Planning, Department of Architecture, KU Leuven, Belgium, Diana MacCallum, Senior Lecturer, Urban and Regional Planning, School of Design andExpand
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The Globalized City: Economic Restructuring and Social Polarization in European Cities
This book explores the dynamics that have accompanied the implementation of large-scale Urban Development Projects (UDPs) in nine European cities within the European Union (EU). It contributes to theExpand
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Social Economy, Third Sector and Solidarity Relations: A Conceptual Synthesis from History to Present
This paper attempts to provide a clear perspective on defining the social economy today. It addresses the question of the relevance of a unifying concept with its need to embrace the existingExpand
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Introduction: Social Innovation and Governance in European Cities
This introductory article does three things. First, it compares neo-liberal and social innovation discourses about urban socio-economic change, including associated policies and key agencies. Second,Expand
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