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Issue 1

A smarter choice? Exploring the behaviour change agenda for environmentally sustainable mobility 1 – 19
Stewart Barr, Jan Prillwitz

Evaluating collaborative institutions in context: the case of regional water management in southern California 20 – 38
Sara Hughes, Stephanie Pincetl

Introducing gender in a policy programme: a multilevel analysis of an innovation policy programme 39 – 53
Trine Kvidal, Elisabet Ljunggren

The geographies of policy translation: how nudge became the default policy option 54 – 69
Rhys Jones, Jessica Pykett, Mark Whitehead

Whither justice? An analysis of local climate change responses from South East Queensland, Australia 70 – 92
Diana MacCallum, Jason Byrne, Wendy Steele

Policy transformations and translations: lessons for sustainable water management in peri-urban Delhi, India 93 – 107
Pritpal Randhawa, Fiona Marshall

Lisbonizing versus financializing Europe? The Lisbon Agenda and the (un)making of the European knowledge-based economy 108 – 128
Kean Birch, Vlad Mykhnenko

State rescaling and the making of city-regions in the Pearl River Delta, China 129 – 143
Zhigang Li, Jiang Xu, Anthony G O Yeh

Editors' choice

How regional inequality affects fiscal decentralisation: accounting for the autonomy of subcentral governments 144 – 162
Agnese Sacchi, Simone Salotti

What type of knowledge rules where? Legally regulated participation in large-scale mobile infrastructure planning in Sweden 163 – 183
Stefan Larsson



Reviews
Land 184
Baka on Hall: Land
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Pricing the planet’s future: the economics of discounting in an uncertain world 185
Millner on Gollier: Pricing the planet’s future: the economics of discounting in an uncertain world
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Environmental governance in Europe: a comparative analysis of new environmental policy instruments 186
Pedersen on Wurzel, Zito, Jordon: Environmental governance in Europe: a comparative analysis of new environmental policy instruments
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Saving global fisheries: reducing fishing capacity to promote sustainability 187
Banoub on Barkin, DeSombre: Saving global fisheries: reducing fishing capacity to promote sustainability
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Referees
188 – 190

Issue 2

Winner of the Bennett Prize 191

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Theme issue: Embedding an ecosystems approach? The utilisation of ecological knowledges in decision making

Guest editors: Andrew Jordan, Duncan Russel

Embedding the concept of ecosystem services? The utilisation of ecological knowledge in different policy venues 192 – 207
Andrew Jordan, Duncan Russel
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The possible experts: how epistemic communities negotiate barriers to knowledge use in ecosystems services policy 208 – 228
Claire A Dunlop

Expectations and experiences of diverse forms of knowledge use: the case of the UK National Ecosystem Assessment 229 – 246
Kerry A Waylen, Juliette Young

The challenge of embedding an ecosystem services approach: patterns of knowledge utilisation in public policy appraisal 247 – 262
John Turnpenny, Duncan Russel, Andrew Jordan

Editors' choice

The utilisation of environmental knowledge in land-use planning: drawing lessons for an ecosystem services approach 263 – 282
Richard Cowell, Mick Lennon

Cost–benefit analysis: a decision-support tool or a venue for contesting ecosystem knowledge? 283 – 300
Neal Hockley

The ecosystem approach as a framework for understanding knowledge utilisation 301 – 319
Roy Haines-Young, Marion Potschin

Understanding the use of ecosystem service knowledge in decision making: lessons from international experiences of spatial planning 320 – 340
Emily McKenzie, Stephen Posner, Patricia Tillmann, Joanna R Bernhardt, Kirsten Howard, Amy Rosenthal

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Entrepreneurial academics and regional innovation systems: the case of spin-offs from London’s universities
341 – 359
Helen Lawton Smith, Dave Chapman, Peter Wood, Timothy Barnes, Saverio Romeo

Climate change, securitisation of nature, and resilient urbanism 360 – 375
Simin Davoudi

The governance and regulation of international finance 376
Pagliari on Miller, Cafaggi: The governance and regulation of international finance
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Moving towards low carbon mobility 377
Rau on Givoni, Banister (Eds): Moving towards low carbon mobility
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The idea factory: Bell Labs and the great age of American innovation 378
Calel on Gertner: The idea factory: Bell Labs and the great age of American innovation
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Issue 3

Theme issue: Higher education and the creative economy
Guest editors: Roberta Comunian, Alessandra Faggian

Guest editorial

Higher education, human capital, and the creative economy 381 – 383
Roberta Comunian, Alessandra Faggian

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Editors' choice

The gift that keeps on giving: land-grant universities and regional prosperity 384 – 404
Elizabeth A Mack, Kevin Stolarick

Talent and creative economy in French local labour systems 405 – 425
Daniel Sanchez-Serra

Embedding arts and humanities in the creative economy: the role of graduates in the UK 426 – 450
Roberta Comunian, Alessandra Faggian, Sarah Jewell

Academic entrepreneurship in the creative arts 451 – 470
Maria Abreu, Vadim Grinevich

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Institutional change and regional development in China: the case of commodity trading markets 471 – 490
Jinmin Wang, Paul Gooderham

Coinquiry for environmental sustainability: a review of the UK Beacons for Public Engagement 491 – 508
Audley Genus

Collaborative governance for technological innovation: a comparative case study of wind energy in Xinjiang, Shanghai, and Guangdong 509 – 529
Daphne Ngar-yin Mah, Peter Hills

The future of science governance: publics, policies, practices 530 – 548
Phil Macnaghten, Jason Chilvers

Hybridity of representation: insights from river basin management planning in Scotland 549 – 566
Kirsty L Blackstock, Kerry A Waylen, Keith M Marshall, Jill Dunglinson

Delivering planning objectives through regional-based land-use planning and land policy instruments: an assessment of recent experiences in the Dutch provinces 567 – 584
Fennie M van Straalen, Leonie B Janssen-Jansen, Adri van den Brink

Review 585 – 586
Calel on Manski: Public policy in an uncertain world: analysis and decisions
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Issue 4

Theme issue: Uncertainty, scenarios, and climate change adaptation: issues for science and policy
Guest editors: Lauren Rickards, Ray Ison, Hartmut Fünfgeld, John Wiseman

Editors' choice

Opening and closing the future: climate change, adaptation, and scenario planning 587 – 602
Lauren Rickards, Ray Ison, Hartmut Fünfgeld, John Wiseman

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Frame divergence in climate change adaptation policy: insights from Australian local government planning 603 – 622
Hartmut Fünfgeld, Darryn McEvoy

Scenario praxis for systemic governance: a critical framework 623 – 640
Ray Ison, Andrea Grant, Richard Bawden

The problem of fit: scenario planning and climate change adaptation in the public sector 641 – 662
Lauren Rickards, John Wiseman, Taegen Edwards, Che Biggs

Evidence, uncertainty, and wicked problems in climate change decision making in Australia 663 – 679
Brian W Head

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A financial appraisal of business improvement districts in the UK 680 – 696
Lesley Hemphill, Jim Berry, Stanley McGreal

Planning reform, rescaling, and the construction of the postpolitical: the case of The Planning Act 2008 and nuclear power consultation in the UK 697 – 713
Phil Johnstone

Intermediaries and capability building in ‘emerging’ clusters 714 – 730
Ian Clarke, Matias Ramirez

Megaprojects, neoliberalization, and state capacities: assessing the medium-term impact of the 2004 Olympic Games on Athenian urban policies 731 – 745
Nicos Souliotis, John Sayas, Thomas Maloutas

Patterns of elitism within participatory environmental governance 746 – 761
John R Parkins, A John Sinclair

Public services in a ‘postdemocratic age’: an alternative framework to network governance 762 – 776
Martin Laffin, John Mawson, Christianne Ormston

Issue 5

Theme issue: Science and the city: comparative perspectives on the urbanity of science and technology parks
Guest editors: Nicholas A Phelps, Hyungjoo Kim, Yong-Sook Lee, David C Valler

Guest editorial

Science and the city: comparative perspectives on the urbanity of science and technology parks 777 – 783
Nicholas A Phelps, Hyungjoo Kim, Yong-Sook Lee, David C Valler

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Reframing the role of knowledge parks and science cities in knowledge-based urban development 784 – 808
Paul Benneworth, Tiago Ratinho

Alternative forms of the high-technology district: corridors, clumps, cores, campuses, subdivisions, and sites 809 – 823
Ann Forsyth

Soft space, hard bargaining: planning for high-tech growth in ‘Science Vale UK’ 824 – 842
David Valler, Nicholas Phelps, Jayme Radford

Regionalization of planned S&T parks: the case of Daedeok S&T Park in Daejeon, South Korea 843 – 862
Hyungjoo Kim, Yong-Sook Lee, Hye-Ran Hwang

Editors' choice

Optical illusion? The growth and development of the Optics Valley of China 863 – 879
Julie Tian Miao, Peter Hall

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Siting ‘scientific spaces’ in the US: the push and pull of regional development strategies and national innovation policies 880 – 895
Jennifer J Clark

Untangling the spaces of high technology in Malaysia 896 – 915
Nicholas A Phelps, Sharifah R S Dawood

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Business Improvement Districts in England and the (private?) governance of urban spaces 916 – 933
Claudio De Magalhães

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Editors' choice

From rhetoric to reality: which resilience, why resilience, and whose resilience in spatial planning? 934 – 950
Iain White, Paul O’Hare

Issue 6

Obituary

Peter Hall 1932–2014 951 – 955
Michael Batty

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Editorial

Revisiting ... the most downloaded paper in 2013–14 956
Andrew Jordan, Andrés Rodríguez-Pose

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Revisiting … Discourse coalitions and the Australian climate change policy network 957 – 962
Harriet Bulkeley

Editors' choice

Exploring corporate lobbyists’ perceptions of prospective coalition partners in Brussels 963 – 981
Andrew Barron, Peter Hultén

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The role and significance of rates relief for supporting businesses in Wales 982 – 999
Frank Peck, Simon Parry, Gail Mulvey, Keith Jackson, Ignazio Cabras, Jacqui Jackson

From bypass to bathtub: backfiring policy labels in Dutch water governance 1000 – 1016
Arwin van Buuren, Jeroen Warner

Integrating climate change into governance at the municipal scale: an institutional perspective on practices in Denmark 1017 – 1035
Anja Wejs

Regional concentration of knowledge-intensive business services in Europe 1036 – 1058
Xavier Vence Deza, Manuel González López

Industrial nationalism versus European partnerships: an analysis of state-led Franco–German interfirm linkages 1059 – 1082
Jean-Marc Trouille

Decoupled: successful planning policies in countries that have reduced per capita greenhouse gas emissions with continued economic growth 1083 – 1099
Catherine Brinkley

Towards a macroregional climate change adaptation strategy in the Baltic Sea Region 1100 – 1116
Lisa Van Well, Stefanie Lange Scherbenske

Fiscal policy and crowding out in developing Asia 1117 – 1132
Seok-Kyun Hur, Sushanta Mallick, Donghyun Park