Regional infrastructures, infrastructural regionalism

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Regional Infrastructures, Infrastructural Regionalism

Virtual Special Issue

An ‘infrastructure turn’ across the social and policy sciences is generating a new wave of interdisciplinary inquiry into how infrastructure is shaping urban and regional space. This collection charts the evolution of infrastructure as an empirical and conceptual concern within Regional Studies. The virtual special issue and accompanying editorial demonstrate that analyzing regions through infrastructure - whether large, capital-intensive projects or more mundane infrastructures - provides a novel and necessary perspective on the regional question.

Virtual Special issue: Regional infrastructures, infrastructural regionalism
Guest Editors:
Michael R. Glass, University of Pittsburgh
Jean-Paul D. Addie, Georgia State University
Jen Nelles, Hunter College, City University of New York


Access this virtual special issue below with free access via this page only until 31 December 2019. 

Article TitleAuthor(s)VolumeIssueYear
Regional infrastructures, infrastructural regionalismMichael R. Glass, Jean-Paul D. Addie, & Jen Nelles2019
The Imperial Treasury: Appraisal Methodology and Regional Economic Performance in the UKDiane Coyle & Marianne Sensier2019
Turbulent Presents, Precarious Futures: Urbanization and the Deployment of Global InfrastructureAlan Wiig & Jonathan Silver5362019
The South–North Water Transfer Project: Remaking the Geography of ChinaMichael Webber, Britt Crow-Miller & Sarah Rogers5132017
Can transport infrastructure change regions' economic fortunes? Some evidence from Europe and ChinaChia-Lin Chen & Roger Vickerman5112017
Rethinking Mega-Regions: Sub-Regional Politics in a Fragmented MetropolisAlex Schafran4842014
Managing Infrastructural and Service Demands in New Economic Spaces: The New Territorial Politics of Collective ProvisionAndrew E. G. Jonas , Aidan H. While & David C. Gibbs4412010
Beyond the Territorial Fix: Regional Assemblages, Politics and PowerJohn Allen & Allan Cochrane4192007
Towards a Regional Strategy for the North of England? An Assessment of ‘The Northern WayBarry Goodchild & Paul Hickman4012006
Privatized Utilities and Regional Governance: The New Regional Managers?Simon Guy , Stephen Graham & Simon Marvin3081996
Transportation Infrastructure for the Malar RegionBörje Johansson & Charlie Karlsson2821994
Managing the Strategic Planning and Development of Regions: Lessons from a European PerspectivePeter Roberts2781993
The Channel Tunnel: Consequences for Regional Growth and DevelopmentR. W. Vickerman2131987
The Kainji Dam: An Exercise in Regional Development PlanningE.O. Adeniyi1021976
Research for regional planningA.G. Wilson311969

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