On borrowed size, flawed urbanisation and emerging enclave spaces: The exceptional urbanism of Luxembourg, Luxembourg

@article{Hesse2016OnBS,
  title={On borrowed size, flawed urbanisation and emerging enclave spaces: The exceptional urbanism of Luxembourg, Luxembourg},
  author={M. Hesse},
  journal={European Urban and Regional Studies},
  year={2016},
  volume={23},
  pages={612 - 627}
}
  • M. Hesse
  • Published 2016
  • Sociology
  • European Urban and Regional Studies
This paper investigates the development trajectory and spatial governance practices in the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg, a small but affluent, rapidly developing member state of the European Union. Against the background of globalisation and its urban impact (particularly concerning smaller or emerging metropolitan areas), the paper aims at reconstructing the Luxembourgian urban development trajectory, which is characterised by continuous population growth and successful attraction of global… Expand

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