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Port, Caitlin, M. &  Moos, Markus. (2014). Growing Food in the Suburbs: Estimating the Land Potential for Sub-urban Agriculture in Waterloo, Ontario. Planning Practice & Research.  Vol. 29 , no. 2.

Røe, Per Gunnar. 2013. Analysing Place and Place-making: Urbanization in Suburban OsloInternational Journal of Urban and Regional Research. vol. 38, no. 2.

Li, Y., and Wu, F. (2013). The emergence of centrally initiated regional plan in China: A case study of Yangtze River Delta Regional PlanHabitat International, vol. 39, p.137-147.

Røe, Per Gunnar. (2012). Green Suburbanisms: Differentiating the Greenness of Suburbs. Green Oslo: Visions, Planning and Discourse [also co-editor]. Ashgate.

Walks, Alan. (2012). Suburbanism as a Way of Life, Slight Return.  Urban Studies. p.1-18

Brenner, Neil and Schmid, Christian (2012). Planetary urbanization. In: M.Gandy (Ed.): Urban constellations, (p.10–13). Berlin: Jovis Verlag.

Ekers, Michael, Hamel, Pierre & Keil, Roger. (2012) Governing Suburbia: Modalities and Mechanisms of Suburban Governance.Regional Studies, 46(3), 405-422.

Hirt, S. (2012). Iron Curtains: Gates, Suburbs and Privatization of Space in the Post-socialist City. Wiley-Blackwell, Chichester.

Klausen, J.E. and Per Gunnar Roe (2012) ‘Governance and change on the urban fringe – special issue of urban research and practice’, Urban Research and Practice, 5(1), 1-5.

Li, Y., and Wu, F. (2012). Towards new regionalism? Case study of changing regional governance in the Yangtze River Delta. Asia Pacific Viewpoint, vol. 53(2), p.178-195.

Li, Y. and Wu, F. (2012).The transformation of regional governance in China: The rescaling of statehood. Progress in Planning, vol. 78(2), p. 55-99.

Shen, J. & F. Wu. (2012). The development of master-planned communities in Chinese suburbs: A case study of Shanghai’s Thames TownUrban Geography, 33(2), 183-203.

Shields, Rob. (2012).  Feral suburbs: Cultural topologies of social reproduction, Fort McMurray, Canada. International Journal of Cultural Studies, 15(3), 205-215.

Andrew, Caroline, Ray, Brian, & Chiasson, Guy. (2011). Ottawa-Gatineau: Capital Formation, In L.S. Bourne, T.Hutton, R.Shearmur and J. Simmons (Eds.), Canadian Urban Regions: Trajectories of Growth and Change. Oxford University Press.

Bernt, Matthias (2011). Neue Themen, weniger Mittel, schwierige Akteurskonstellationen: Zur Governance der Schrumpfung. In Altrock, Uwe, Aring, Jürgen, Hahne, Ulf, Reuther, Iris. (Eds.). Gewinnen, Verlieren, Transformieren. Die europäischen Stadtregionen in Bewegung. Berlin : Reimer. (p. 115-125).

Boudreau, Julie-Anne & Danielle Labbe. (2011). Understanding the causes of urban  fragmentation in Hanoi: The case of New Urban Zones. International Development Planning Review, 33(3), 273-291.

Boudreau, Julie-Anne & Danielle Labbe. (2011). Les « nouvelles zones urbaines » à Hanoi :  ruptures et continuités avec la ville. Cahiers de la géographie du Québec, 55(154), 131-149.

Keil, Roger. (2011). Suburbanization and Global Cities, In B. Derudder, M. Hoyler, P. J. Taylor, and F. Witlox (Eds.), International Handbook of Globalization and World Cities, London: Edward Elgar

Peck, Jamie. (2011). Neoliberal Suburbanism: Frontier Space. Urban Geography, 32(6), 884-919.

Young, Douglas. (2011). Hyper-development or Nothing to Do: Urban Planning in Toronto’s In-between City. Public: Art/Culture/Ideas. Vol. 43 “Suburbs: Dwelling in Transition”: 76-85.