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PLANNING EDUCATION is the AESOP Journal which addresses contemporary issues and challenges for teaching and training in the field of planning in Europe. The following issues are available to be downloaded:
PLANNING EDUCATION No 1: Towards a European recognition for the Planning profession
PLANNING EDUCATION No 2: Quality Issues in a changing European Higher Education Area
PLANNING EDUCATION No 3: Excellence in Planning Education: Local, European & Global Perspective also available to be read online.

Invitation to join the Editorial Board of Local Economy - European Editor

Published at: 18 May 2018

The Journal Local Economy seeks to appoint a second European editor as part of the UK editors’ intention to establish a dedicated editorial resource for each of the world’s major regions. Local Economy, a UK-based journal, already has one dedicated editor for Europe, and others for Africa, Australasia, and North America.

Closing date: 28 September 2018

Call for article: Tema - Journal of Land Use, Mobility and Environment

Published at: 29 November 2017

Tema - Journal of Land Use, Mobility and Environment

Call for papers: TeMA vol. 11 (2018) The Resilience City/The Fragile City. Methods, tools and best practices.

The fragile/resilience city represents a topic that collects itself all the issues related to the urban risks and referred to the different impacts that an urban system has to face with. Studies useful to improve the urban conditions of resilience (physical, environmental, economical, social) are particularly welcome. Main topics to consider could be issues of water, soil, energy, etc.. The identification of urban fragilities could represent a new first step in order to develop and to propose methodological and operative innovations for the planning and the management of the urban and territorial transformations.

Marketplaces as an urban development strategy in 'Built Environment'

Published at: 9 October 2013


A themed issue entitled 'Marketplaces as an urban development strategy' will be available soon in the journal, Built Environment.

Editors of Built Environment:  Sir Peter Hall, Professor David Banister and Dr Stephen Marshall

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