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Rebranding the city : the case of Eindhoven

@inproceedings{Havermans2008RebrandingTC,
  title={Rebranding the city : the case of Eindhoven},
  author={Dwq Dave Havermans and H. Appel-Meulenbroek and J. Smeets},
  year={2008}
}
Dave Havermans Eindhoven www.tue.nl PhD student at the Real Estate Management and Development Group of Eindhoven University of Technology, with a focus on the application of branding in the revitalization of existing urban neighbourhoods. He particularly seeks to gain more insight in the relations between the identity of place, place attachment of individuals and groups, and functional, physical, spatial and morphological characteristics of the neighbourhood. His research aims to explore a… Expand
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