Transboundary Spaces, Policy Diffusion, Planning Cultures

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The Thematic Group on Transboundary Spaces, Policy Diffusion and Planning Cultures will be officially launched in Prague at the AESOP Congress 2015. We welcome expressions of interest for membership and future activities of the group! (please contact Giancarlo Cotella & Stefanie Dühr – giancarlo.cotella@polito.it; s.duhr@fm.ru.nl)

In the first instance, the group’s activity will focus on exchanges on research and studies focusing on spatial planning in a European or international context, including cooperative approaches to spatial planning and a rescaling of planning functions to ‘unusual regions’ or supranational spaces. Differences in planning cultures, and how they influence such collaborative planning approaches, are of interest in this context, as are discussions about planning instruments, policies and practices in such soft planning spaces. International and European research on how planning ideas travel and how policy diffusion takes place (and who the agents of change are in these processes) are another key interest for this group, as are discussions on theoretical and methodological aspects of conducting meaningful cross-national comparative research in the field of spatial planning.

We want to organise our exchanges in the first instance through dedicated sessions at the AESOP congress, but further develop these discussions among our members into other joint activities, such as publications and projects.  We would like to hear from our new members for ideas!

Spatial Strategies at the Land-Sea Interface: Rethinking Maritime Spatial Planning - Call for papers is open!

Published at: 18 March 2019

Spatial Strategies at the Land-Sea Interface: Rethinking Maritime Spatial Planning

11-13th September 2019, University of Hamburg, Institute for Geography
SUBMISSION DEADLINE: 15th July 2019

PAPER SUBMISSION AND REGISTRATION

To contribute a paper please a submit a proposed title and an abstract of max. 400 words to Dr. Cormac Walsh at cormac.walsh@uni-hamburg.de by 15.07.2019. We intend to publish a selection of papers from this work in the form of a journal special issue. Further details will be provided at a later date.

To register for this workshop (required should you wish to present a paper or not), please email Sarah Topfstädt at sarah.topfstaedt@avinus.de with your name, affiliation and any special dietary requirements. The deadline for registration is 15.07.2019. Please note that places are limited and preference may be given to those who are actively engaged with the specific topic of the workshop in their own research / practice. There is no registration fee. We may be in a position to subsidise travel costs for early career researchers who will present a paper and do not have access travel funding. Do let us know if this applies to you.

1st Symposium of the AESOP Thematic Group Transboundary Spaces, Policy Diffusion, Planning Cultures - TRANSBOUNDARY SPACES, POLICY DIFFUSION AND PLANNING CULTURES: NEW CHALLENGES - WAYS FORWARD

Published at: 2 May 2016

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The AESOP Thematic Group on Transboundary Spaces, Policy Diffusion, Planning Cultures and the University of Kaiserslautern cordially invite proposals for contributions to the:


1st Symposium of the AESOP Thematic Group Transboundary Spaces, Policy Diffusion, Planning Cultures

TRANSBOUNDARY SPACES, POLICY DIFFUSION AND PLANNING CULTURES: NEW CHALLENGES - WAYS FORWARD

The aim of this group is to create and grow a network of researchers interested in, broadly speaking, the Europeanisation and internationalisation of spatial planning, and the various forms it takes – the creation of new, softer planning spaces and corresponding governance arrangements, the change of policies and practices through ‘travelling ideas’ etc.

Coordinated by: Prof. Dr. Giancarlo Cotella

Contributors: