After years in the making, my book on moral theory and cities is out. The basic idea of the book is that different theories of justice have varying geographical perspectives embedded within them. What this means, in short, is that different moral outlooks see “the city” in different ways. The liberal and conservative will, for Read more about Justice and Cities: Metro Morals[…]
Dialogues, Urban Research, and Times of War
Post-great recession municipal budgeting and governance: A mixed methods analysis of budget stress and reform in Environment and Planning A: Economy and Space
Big thanks toJohn Lauerman and Christina Temenos for editing the Special Issue on urban policy failure. My contribution is here
My report on participatory budgeting experiments in California, at CITY: Participatory budgeting, austerity and institutions of democracy: The case of Vallejo, California
I’ve been fortunate enough to be asked to join the Editorial Board at Urban Geography. Very much looking forward to contributing to the journal’s development. I will continue with my editing duties at Geography Compass and CITY.
Please to announce the publication of “Cities Under Austerity” with SUNY Press- pleasure to put it together with Kevin Ward. Huge thanks to all those wonderful scholars who contributed. Sample PDF of first chapter – by me and Kevin – available here: http://www.sunypress.edu/pdf/63583.pdf
Very happy to see this conversation on Alberta Sbragia’s much under-appreciated Debt Wish in print. Thanks to Kevin Ward for co-editing and all those who contributed.
Very pleased to be a part of Mark and Kevin’s new book… my contribution is on “governance”
The Life and Death of the Urban Working Class