Forthcoming and early online

Baker, T. and McCann, E. (forthcoming) Beyond failure: The generative effects of unsuccessful proposals for Supervised Drug Consumption Spaces in Melbourne, Australia. Urban Geography. [free version here]

Baker, T. and McGuirk, P. (forthcoming) ‘He came back a changed man’: The popularity and influence of policy tourism’. Area. [free version here]

Cook I. R. (forthcoming) Suburban policy mobilities: Examining North American engagements with Vällingby, Stockholm. Geografiska Annaler, Series B: Human Geography. [free version here, official version here]

Temenos, C., Baker, T. and Cook, I. R. (forthcoming) Inside mobile urbanism: Cities and policy mobilities. In Schwanen, T. (ed.) Handbook of Urban Geography. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar. [free version here]

Ward, K. (forthcoming) Policy mobilities, politics and place: The making of financial urban futures. European Urban and Regional Studies. [official version here]

2018

Cook, I. R. (2018) Showcasing Vällingby to the world: Post-war suburban development, informational infrastructures and the extrospective city. Planning Perspectives 33 (3): 315-333[free version here, official version here]

Cook, I. R. and Andersson, I. (2018) Tour guides and the hosting of policy tourism: Show and tell in Vällingby and Växjö. In Andersson, I. (ed.) Globala Flöden och Lokala Praktiker – Policymobilitet i Tid och Rum (Årsboken Ymer 138). Stockholm: Svenska Sällskapet för Antropologi och Geografi: 111-132. [free version here written in English]

Ward, K. (2018) Urban redevelopment policies on the move: Rethinking geographies of comparison, exchange and learning. International Journal of Urban and Regional Research, 42 (4): 666-683. [official version here]

2017

Baker, T. and McGuirk, P. (2017) Assemblage thinking as methodology. Territory, Politics, Governance 5 (4): 425-442. [free version here, official version here]

Montero, S. (2017) Study tours and inter-city learning: Moblizing Bogotá‘s transportation policies in Guadalajara. Environment and Planning A 49 (2): 332-350. [official version here]

Montero, S. (2017) Worlding Bogotá’s ciclovía: From urban experimentation to international ‘best practice’. Latin American Perspectives 44 (2): 111-131. [official version here]

Temenos, C. (2017) Everyday proper politics: Rereading post-political through mobilities of drug policy activism. Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers 42 (4): 584-596. [free official version here]

Ward, K. and Cook, I. R. (2017) Business Improvement Districts in the United Kingdom: Territorialising a ‘global model’? In Deas, I. and Hincks, S. (eds.) Territorial Policy and Governance: Alternative Paths. London: Routledge, pp. 127-146. [free version here]

2016

‘Urban policy mobilities moving forward’ debates and developments section in International Journal of Urban and Regional Research edited by Tom Baker and Cristina Temenos. It features:

  • Baker, T. and Tenemos, C. Urban policy mobilities: A brief introduction.
  • McCann, E. and Ward, K. Thinking through dualisms in urban policy mobilities.
  • Robinson, J. “Arriving at” urban policies: The topological spaces of urban policy mobility.
  • Cook, I. R. Policy mobilities and interdisciplinary engagement.
  • Kuus, M. For slow research.
  • Temenos, C. and Baker, T. Enriching policy mobilities research.
  • Tom and Cristina participated in an author meets critics dialogue about this debates and developments section which is available here

Baker, T., Cook, I. R., McCann, E., Tenemos, C. and Ward, K. (forthcoming) Policies on the move: The transatlantic travels of Tax Increment Financing. Annals of the American Association of Geographers 106 (2): 459-469. [free version here, official version here]

McCann, E. and Longhurst, A. (2016) Political struggles on a frontier of harm reduction drug policy: Geographies of constrained policy mobility. Space and Polity 20 (1): 109-123. [official version here]

Temenos, C. (2016) Mobilizing drug policy activism: Conferences, convergence spaces and ephemeral fixtures in social movement mobilization. Space and Polity 20 (1): 121-141  [free version here, official version here]

Temenos, C. and Johnston, R. (2016) Constructing the liberal health-care consumer online: A content analysis of Canadian medical tourism and harm reduction service provider websites. In Giesbricht, M. and Crooks, V. (eds.) Place, Health, and Diversity: A Canadian Perspective. Aldershot: Ashgate, pp. 163-182.

Wood, A. (2016) Tracing policy movements: Methods for studying learning and policy circulation. Environment and Planning A, 48 (2): 391-406. [official version here]

2015

Baker, T. and Ruming, K. (2015) ‘Making global Sydney’: Spatial imaginaries, worlding and strategic plans. International Journal of Urban and Regional Research 39 (1): 62-78. [free version here, official version here]

Cook, I. R. (2015) Making links between sex work, gender and victimisation: The politics and pedagogies of John Schools. Gender, Place and Culture 22 (6): 817-832. [free version here, official version here]

Cook, I. R. (2015) A vengeful education? Urban revanchism, sex work and the penal politics of John Schools. Geografiska Annaler: Series B, Human Geography 97 (1): 17-30. [free version here, official version here]

Cook, I. R., Ward, S. V. and Ward, K. (2015) Post-war planning and policy tourism: The international study tours of the Town and Country Planning Association 1947-1961. Planning Theory and Practice 16 (2): 184-205. [free version here, official version here]

McCann, E. and Temenos, C. (2015) Mobilizing drug consumption rooms: Inter-place networks and harm reduction drugs policy. Health and Place 31: 216-223. [free version here, official version here]

Rapoport, E. (2015) Globalising sustainable urbanism: The role of international masterplanners. Area, 47 (2): 110-115. [official version here]

Rapoport, E. (2015) Sustainable urbanism in an age of Photoshop: Images, experiences and the role of learning through inhabiting the international travels of a planning model. Global Networks 15 (3): 307-324. [official version here]

Rapoport, E. (2015) Globalising sustainable urbanism: The role of international masterplanners. Area 47 (2): 110-115. [official version here]

Wood, A. (2015) Competing for knowledge: Leaders and laggards of Bus Rapid Transit in South Africa. Urban Forum 26 (2): 203-221. [official version here]

Wood, A. (2015) The politics of policy circulation: Unpacking the relationship between South African and South American cities in the adoption of Bus Rapid Transit. Antipode 47 (4): 1062-1079. [official version here]

Revue Urbanisme2014

Cook, I. R., Ward, S. V. and Ward, K. (2014) A springtime journey to the Soviet Union: Post-war planning and policy mobilities through the Iron Curtain. International Journal of Urban and Regional Research 38 (3): 805-822. [free version here, official version here]

Laing, M. and Cook, I. R. (2014) Governing sex work in the city. Geography Compass 8 (8): 505-515. [free version here, official version here

Prince, R., (2014) Consultancies and the global assemblage of culture and creativity. Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers 39 (1): 90-101. [free version here, official version here]

Prince, R., (2014) Calculative cultural expertise? Consultants and politics in the UK cultural sector. Sociology 48 (4): 747-762. [free version here, official version here]

Prince, R. (2014) Topologies of mobile policy: Neoliberalism and creativity. In Roche, M. M., Mansvelt, J. R., Prince, R., and Gallagher, A. (eds.) Engaging Geographies: Landscapes, lifecourses and mobilities. Cambridge: Cambridge Scholars Press, 191-206. [free version here]

Rapoport, E. (2014) Utopian visions and real estate dreams: The eco-city past, present and future. Geography Compass 8 (2): 137-149. [official version here]

Temenos, C. and McCann, E. (2014) Policies, in Adey, P., Bissell, D., Hannam, K., Merriman, P. and Sheller, M. (eds.) The Routledge Handbook of Mobilities. London: Routledge, 575-584. [free version here, official version here]

Ward, K. and Cook, I. R. (2014) Business Improvement Districts in the UK: Territorialising a ‘global model’? Imagining Urban Futures Working Paper 13. [pdf here] 

Wood, A. (2014) Moving policy: Global and local characters circulating bus rapid transit through South African cities. Urban Geography 35 (8): 1238-1254. [official version here

Wood, A. (2014) Learning through policy tourism: Circulating bus rapid transit from South America to South Africa. Environment and Planning A 46 (11): 2654-2669. [official version here]

2013

McCann, E. (2013) Policy boosterism, policy mobilities, and the extrospective city. Urban Geography 34 (1): 5-29. [pdf]

McCann, E., Roy, A. and Ward, K. (2013) Assembling/worlding cities. Urban Geography 34 (5): 581-589. [pdf]

McCann, E. and Ward, K. (2013) A multi-disciplinary approach to policy transfer research: Geographies, assemblages, mobilities and mutations. Policy Studies 34 (1): 2-18. [pdf]

Prince, R. (2013) Review Essay: Disaggregating the state: Exploring interdisciplinary possibilities for the study of policy. Political Geography 34 (1): 60-62. [pdf]

Temenos, C. and McCann, E. (2013) Geographies of policy mobilities. Geography Compass 7 (5): 344-357. [pdf]

Ward, S. V., Cook, I. R. and Ward, K. (2013) Lesson learning – from Liverpool to Moscow… Town and Country Planning 82 (7): 344-347. [pdf]

2012

Baker, T. (2012) Book review of Mobile Urbanism: Cities and policymaking in the global age. Urban Affairs Review 48 (2): 288-290. [pdf]

Cochrane, A. and Ward, K. (2012) Researching the geographies of policy mobility: Confronting the methodological challenges. Environment and Planning A 44 (1): 5-12. [pdf]

Cook, I. R. and Ward, K. (2012) Relational comparisons: The assembling of Cleveland’s waterfront plan. Urban Geography 33 (6): 774-795. [pdf]

Cook, I. R. and Ward, K. (2012) Conferences, informational infrastructures and mobile policies: The process of getting Sweden ‘BID ready’. European Urban and Regional Studies 19 (2): 137-152. [pdf]

McCann, E. and Ward, K. (2012) Policy assemblages, mobilities and mutations: Towards a multidisciplinary conversation. Political Studies 10 (3): 325-332.

McCann, E. and Ward, K. (2012) Assembling urbanism: Following policies and ‘studying through’ the sites and situations of policy-making. Environment and Planning A 44 (1): 42-51. [pdf]

Prince, R., (2012) Metaphors of policy mobility: Fluid spaces of ‘creativity’ policy. Geografiska Annaler Series B, Human Geography 94 (4): 317-331. [pdf]

Prince, R. (2012) Policy transfer, consultants and the geographies of governance. Progress in Human Geography 36 (2): 188-203. [pdf]

Temenos, C. and McCann, E. (2012) The local politics of policy mobility: Learning, persuasion, and the production of a municipal sustainability fix. Environment and Planning A, 44 (6): 1389-1406. [pdf]

Ward, K. (2012) Policy transfer in space: Entrepreneurial urbanism and the making up of ‘urban’ politics. In Jonas, A. E. G. and Wood, A. (eds.) Territory, the State and Urban Politics: A critical appreciation of the writings of Kevin R. Cox. Ashgate: Aldershot: 131-150.

Ward, K. and Cook, I. R. (2012) Cleveland waterfront: Modèles en mouvement. Revue Urbanisme 383: 61-63. [pdf]

2011

Cook, I. R. and Ward, K. (2011) Trans-national networks of learning, mega-events and policy tourism: The case of Manchester’s Commonwealth and Olympic Games projects. Urban Studies 48 (12): 2519-2535. [pdf]

McCann, E. (2011) Veritable inventions: Cities, policies and assemblage. Area 43 (2): 143-147. [pdf]

Lowry, G. and McCann, E. (2011) Asia in the mix: Urban form and global mobilities – Hong Kong, Vancouver, Dubai. In Ong, A. and Roy, A. (eds.) Worlding Cities: Asian experiments and the art of being globalLondon: Wiley-Blackwell, 182-204. [pdf]

McCann, E. (2011) Urban policy mobilities and global circuits of knowledge: Toward a research agenda. Annals of the Association of American Geographers 101 (1): 107-130. [pdf]

McCann, E. (2011) Points of reference: Knowledge of elsewhere in the politics of urban drug policy. In McCann, E. and Ward, K. (eds.) Mobile Urbanism: Cities and policy-making in a global age. Minneapolis: Minnesota University Press, 97-122. [pdf]

McCann, E. and Ward, K. (2011) Mobile Urbanism: Cities and policy-makers in the global age. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press.

McCann, E. and Ward K. (2011) Introduction: Urban assemblages: Territories, relations, practices and power. In McCann, E. and Ward, K. (eds.) Mobile Urbanism: Cities and policy-making in a global age. Minneapolis: Minnesota University Press, xii-xxxv.

Montero, S. (2011) Book review of Mobile Urbanism: Cities and policymaking in the global age. Berkeley Planning Journal 24 (1): 168-172. [pdf]

Ward, K. (2011) Policies in motion and in place: The case of the Business Improvement Districts. In McCann, E. and Ward, K. (eds.) Mobile Urbanism: Cities and policy-making in a global age. Minneapolis: Minnesota University Press, 71-96.

Ward, K. and McCann, E. (2011) Conclusion. In McCann, E. and Ward, K. (eds.) Mobile Urbanism: Cities and policy-making in a global age. Minneapolis: Minnesota University Press, 167-184.

Ward, K. (2011) Entrepreneurial urbanism, policy tourism, and the making mobile of policies. In Bridge, G. and Watson, S. (eds.) The New Blackwell Companion to the City. Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell, 726-737.

Ward, K. (2011) Urban politics as a politics of comparison. International Journal of Urban and Regional Research 35 (4): 864-865

2010

Cook, I. R. (2010) Policing, partnerships and profits: The operations of Business Improvement Districts and Town Center Management schemes in England. Urban Geography 31 (4): 453-478 [pdf]

McCann, E. and Ward, K. (2010) Relationality/territoriality: Towards a conceptualization of cities in the world. Geoforum 41 (2): 175-184. [pdf]

Prince, R. (2010) Fleshing out expertise: The making of creative industries experts in the United Kingdom. Geoforum 41 (6): 875-884. [pdf]

Prince, R., (2010) Policy transfer as policy assemblage: Making policy for the creative industries in New Zealand. Environment and Planning A 42 (1): 169-186. [pdf]

Prince, R., (2010) Globalising the creative industries concept: Travelling policy and transnational policy communities. Journal of Law, Arts Management and Society 40 (2): 119-139. [pdf]

Ward, K. (2010) Entrepreneurial urbanism and Business Improvement Districts in the State of Wisconsin: A cosmopolitan critique. Annals of the Association of American Geographers 100 (5): 1177-1196.

Ward, K. (2010) Towards a relational comparative approach to the study of cities. Progress in Human Geography 34 (4), 471-487.

2009

Cook, I. R. (2009) Private sector involvement in urban governance: The case of Business Improvement Districts and Town Centre Management partnerships in England. Geoforum 40 (5): 930-940. [pdf]

2008

Cook, I. R. (2008) Mobilising urban policies: The policy transfer of US Business Improvement Districts to England and Wales. Urban Studies 45 (4): 773-795. [pdf]

McCann, E. (2008) Expertise, truth, and urban policy mobilities: Global circuits of knowledge in the development of Vancouver, Canada’s ‘four pillar’ drug strategy. Environment and Planning A 40 (4): 885-904. [pdf]

Ward, K. (2008) Towards a comparative (re)turn in urban studies? Some reflections. Urban Geography 29 (5): 405-410.

2007

Ward, K. (2007) Creating a personality for downtown: Business Improvement Districts in Milwaukee. Urban Geography 28 (8): 781-808.

Ward, K. (2007) Business Improvement Districts: Policy origins, mobile policies and urban liveability. Geography Compass 1 (3): 657-672.

2006

Ward, K. (2006) ‘Policies in motion’, urban management and state restructuring: The trans-local expansion of Business Improvement Districts. International Journal of Urban and Regional Research 30 (1): 54-75. [pdf]

2004

McCann, E. (2004) ‘Best places’: Inter-urban competition, quality of life, and popular media discourse. Urban Studies 41 (10): 1909-1929. [pdf]