Beyond the urban–suburban dichotomy

  title={Beyond the urban–suburban dichotomy},
  author={Y. Tzaninis and W. Boterman},
  pages={43 - 62}
Suburbanisation has been a prevalent process of post-war, capitalist urban growth, leading to the majority of citizens in many advanced capitalist economies currently living in the suburbs. We are also witnessing, however, the reverse movement of the increasing return to the inner-city. This contradiction raises questions regarding contemporary urban growth and the socio-spatial production of the suburbs. This paper draws on the case of new town Almere in the metropolitan region of Amsterdam to… Expand
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