Items where Research Institute, Centre or Group is "Urban and Regional Studies"
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ALDRIDGE, T. J. and PATTERSON, A. (2002). LETS get real: constraints on the development of Local Exchange Trading Schemes. Area, 34 (4), 370-381.
ALDRIDGE, T. J., PATTERSON, A. and TOOKE, J. (2003). Trading places: geography and the role of Local Exchange Trading Schemes in local sustainable development. In: BUCKINGHAM, S. and THEOBALD, T., (eds.) Local environmental sustainability. Cambridge, Woodhead Publishing, 169-194.
BASSI, Camila (2009). ‘The anti-imperialism of fools’: a cautionary story on the revolutionary socialist vanguard of England’s post-9/11 anti-war movement. ACME: an international e-journal for critical geographies, 9 (2), 113-138.
BATCHELOR, A. and PATTERSON, A. (2007). Political modernisation and the weakening of sustainable development in Britain. In: KRUEGER, R. and GIBBS, D., (eds.) The sustainable development pradox: urban political economy in the United States and Europe. New York, Guilford Press, 192-213.
DAVIES, L. (2010). Sport and economic regeneration: a winning combination? Sport in Society, 13 (10), 1438-1457.
DAVIES, L., RAMCHANDANI, G. and COLEMAN, R. (2010). Measuring attendance: issues and implications for estimating the impact of free-to-view sports events. International Journal of Sports Marketing and Sponsorship, 12 (1), 11-23.
DAVIES, L. E. (2002). Consumers' expenditure on sport in the UK: Increased spending or under-estimation? Managing leisure: an international journal, 7 (2), 83-102.
DAVIES, L. E. (2005). Not in my back yard! Sports stadia location and the property market. Area, 37 (3), 268-276.
DAVIES, L. E. (2008). Sport and the local economy: the role of stadia in regenerating commercial property. Local Economy, 23 (1), 31-46.
DAVIES, L. E. (2002). Sport in the city: measuring economic significance at the local level. European sport management quarterly, 2 (2), 83-107.
DAVIES, L. E. (2006). Sporting a new role: stadia and the real estate market. Managing leisure: an international journal, 11 (4), 231-244.
DAVIES, L. E. (2004). Valuing the voluntary sector: rethinking economic analysis. Leisure studies, 23 (4), 347-364.
DAVIES, Larissa (2010). Sport and economic regeneration: a winning combination? Sport in Society, 13 (10), 1438-1457.
DAVIES, Larissa (2011). Using sports infrastructure to deliver economic and social change: Lessons for London beyond 2012. Local Economy, 26 (4), 227-231.
FURBEY, R., COLE, I. and REID, B. (2001). Housing professionalism in the United Kingdom: the final curtain or a new age? Housing, theory and society, 18 (1&2), 36-49.
FURBEY, R. and MACEY, M. (2005). Religion and urban regeneration: a place for faith? Policy and politics, 33 (1), 95-116.
JAY, S. A. (2007). Customers as decision-makers: strategic environmental assessment in the private sector. Impact assessment and project appraisal, 25 (2), 75-84.
JAY, S. A. (2007). Pylons in the back yard: local planning and perceived risks to health. Environment and Planning C: Government and Policy, 25 (3), 423-438.
JAY, S. A. and MARSHALL, R. (2005). The place of strategic environmental assessment in the privatised electricity industry. Impact assessment and project appraisal, 23 (4), 315-324.
PATTERSON, A. and PINCH, P. L. (2000). Public sector restructuring and regional development: the impact of compulsory competitive tendering in the UK. Regional Studies, 34 (3), 265-275.