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									City Futures ’09. Concurrent Sessions – Thursday

Thursday, June 4, Morning Registration
7:30 AM -5:30 PM
Conference Registration in the Municipal Training Centre (Calle Almagro, 5)

Meeting of the EURA Governing Board 8:30AM - 9:45AM Teatro Fernán Gómez (Plaza de Colón)

Opening Plenary Session
Thursday, 4 June 2009, 10:00 AM -12:00 PM, Teatro Fernán Gómez (Plaza de Colón)

City Futures in a Globalising World - Perspectives from the World of 'Policy'
Chairman of the session and opening words: Mr. Ignacio NIÑO PÉREZ (Chief Executive Officer of the Office for the international Strategy and Action of the City of Madrid, “Madrid Global”), Co-President of the Local Host Committee Greetings from North-America: Professor Ed GOETZ, University of Minnesota, member of Urban Affairs Association (UAA), Co-President of the International Conference Committee Moderator: Professor Robin HAMBLETON, University of the West of England, Bristol, Co-President of the International Conference Committee Key-Note Speakers:

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City Futures ’09. Concurrent Sessions – Thursday
- Ms. Natalija KAZLAUSKIENE, Director of Regio C –Policy Development (European Commission) - Ms. Margery Austin TURNER, Vice-President for Research, The Urban Institute, Washington, DC

Thursday, June 4, Afternoon 12:00pm - 2:00 pm Lunch (at your own). A buffet will be served at the Patio of the Municipal Training Centre (calle Almagro, 5) 2:00pm – 3:30pm Concurrent sessions (Municipal Training Centre, calle Almagro 5, all floors)
1 Learning the Principles of Urban Sustainability (Track 1) Thursday, 2:00 PM -3:30 PM, Floor -1 ( Room 1) Moderator: Joao Filipe Mota Guedes Fumega (Universidade de Lisboa, Portugal) ● The Urban Sustainability and the emergence of new (old) concepts: The case of Sustainable Communities Joao Filipe Mota Guedes Fumega (Universidade de Lisboa, Portugal) ● Is Environmental Justice the Main Force for Local Sustainability? Alicia Arriaga (Universidad Carlos III, Spain) ● Four educational perspectives of urban sustainability in Spanish Cities Pablo Montero-Souto (Universidad de Santiago de Compostela, Spain) ● Master’s Degree Programmes in Urban Environmental Sciences and Technology - Planning and aiming to the moving target for the cities’s sake Eira Rosberg (Helsinki University of Technology, Finland)

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Climate Change Strategies for Cities (Track 1) Thursday, 2:00 PM -3:30 PM, Floor 0 ( Room 1)

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Moderator: Dagmar Haase (Helmholtz-Centre for Environmental Research – UFZ- Germany) ● Conflicting challenges in urban development and a framework for Compromises Ivan Tosics (Metropolitan Research Institute, Budapest,Hungary) ● Sustainable Development and Adaptation to Climate Change compatible principles for city development? Katrin Grossman and Kerstin Kellenberg (Helmholtz-Centre for Environmental Research – UFZ, Germany) ● Climate governance in multi-Floor systems: the role of cities Kristine Kern (Wageningen University ,The Netherlands) and Alber Gotelind (Sustainable Energy and Climate Policy, Germany)

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Planning city regions (Track 4) Thursday, 2:00PM – 3:30 PM, Floor -01 (Room 4) Moderator: Michael Neuman (Texas A&M University, USA)  Strategic Planning and Governance in City Regions: Challenges and Potentials in Austria Alexander Hamendiger (Vienna University of Technology, Austria)  Different Approaches To Regional Plan Making: Some North American - European Comparisons Inés Sánchez de Madariaga (Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, Spain)  Swiss metropolitan areas facing rescaling : what transformations of spatial production policies? Marianne Thomann (Université de Lausanne, Switzerland)  Inventing the future for Greater Lille: scales, models and scenarios. Project(s) for a cross-border Eurometropolis Philippe Louguet (Ecole Nationale supérieure d'Architecture et de Paysage de Lille, France) and Maryvonne Prevot (Institut d'Aménagement et d'Urbanisme de Lille, France)

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Polycentric Urban Form and the Future of Planning. The Case of Southern California Ali Morrades (California State University, USA)

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Governance and Knowledge (Track 2) Thursday, 2:00 PM -3:30 PM, Floor 0 ( Room 2) Moderator: Antònia Casellas (Universitat Autónoma de Barcelona, Spain) ● A Strategic Use of Knowledge: Local Policy-Makers and the Formation of New “KnowledgeScapes” Claudio Calvaresi (Istituto per la Ricerca Sociale, Milano, Italy) ● Knowledge in Local Air Quality Management: the Cases of Southampton and Deventer Laurence Carmichael (University of the West of England, Bristol, UK) ● Cradles of Democracy? Municipalities as for a for participation and performance Michael Jensen and Michael Letner (Center for Research on Information Technology and Organizations UC Irvine, USA) ● The role of Knowledge and Technology in Urban Development: Lessons from Helsinki Patricia Romeiro (University of Porto, Portugal, and CSIC, Spain) and Erwin van Tuijl (Erasmus University Rotterdam, The Netherlands) ● Sustainable Urban Atlas David Ludlow (University of the West of England, Bristol, UK)

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Communities and Housing Patterns (Track 3) Thursday, 2:00 PM -3:30 PM, Floor -1 ( Room 3) Moderador: David Sweeting (University of Bristol, UK)  Patterns of Low-Income Displacement: Dismantling Public Housing in the U.S. Edward Goetz (University of Minessota, USA)

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 Measuring Residential Mixing by Race, Class and Housing Tenure in England Mark Livingston and Nick Bailey (University of Glasgow, UK)  Local “communities”, immigrants and the urban change: comparing Milan and Barcelona city neighborhoods Roberta Marzorati (Università degli Studi di Milano Bicocca, Italy)  Ethiopia, Mexico, Chicago. From ethnic’ ‘welfare communities’ to urban ‘ecologies of democracy’: Cultural (dis-)Integration or Transcultural Improvisation? Brigida Proto (University IUAV of Venice, Italy)

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Patterns of Urban Segregation (Track 3) Thursday, 2:00 PM -3:30 PM, Floor 0 ( Room 3) Moderador: Jesús Leal (Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Spain)  Welfare and segregation in greatest European cities Jesús Leal and Elena Martínez Goytre (Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Spain)  Some Concerns Regarding the Study of the American Suburb Alex Schafran (University of California, Berkeley, USA)  Hospital Design and Cultural Diversity Silvia Surrenti (Università degli Studi de Firenze, Italy)

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Commerce and Development in Diverse Communities (Track 3) Thursday, 2:00 PM -3:30 PM, Floor 2 ( Room 1) Moderator: Janos Kaldos (Hungarian Academy of Sciences)  The Contribution of Immigrant Enterprises to the Revitalisation of Grand Boulevard in Budapest Janos Kaldos (Hungarian Academy of Siences, Hungary) and Ede Jozsef Petras (Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Hungary)
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 The effects of tourism on urban development: a case study on Antalya – Turkey Akis Ayhan (Selcuk University Ahmet Kelesoglu Education Faculty, Turkey)  Chinese commerce in Oporto: new localization standards, different distribution structures and differentiated consumption habits Susana Raquel Guimarâes (Universidade do Porto, Portugal)

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Local and metropolitan governance: improving the interface (Track 4) Thursday, 2:00 PM -3:30 PM, Floor 4 ( Room 3) Moderator: Dick Simpson (Indiana University, USA) ● Changing institutional contexts of spatial planning in Portugal, France and Italy: the case of inter-municipal coordination Carlos Oliveira and Isabel Breda-Vázquez (University of Porto, Portugal)  Improving Urban Governance in a Global Era: Lessons from the Study of American Cities David L. Imbroscio, (University of Louisville, USA) ● The Transformation of Local Politics Richard Hula (Michigan State University, USA)

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Metropolitan Governance: Models and Discourse (Track 4) Thursday, 2:00 PM -3:30 PM, Floor -1 ( Room 5) Moderator: Zaida Muxí Martínez (Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya, Spain)  Re-stating hegemony: a critique of the Differentiated Polity Model Jonathan Davies (University of Warwick, UK)  Metropolitan Governance Discourse in Poland and Germany
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Pawel Swianiewicz (University of Warsaw) and Marta Lackowska (Darmstadt Technical University, Poland)  Towards new models of metropolitan governance: The cases of Madrid, Barcelona and Lisbon Rui Filipe Arango Florentino (Portuguese Catholic University, Portugal) and José Miguel Fernández Güell (Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, Spain)

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Urban and Metropolitan governance: case studies (Track 4) Thursday, 2:00 PM -3:30 PM, Floor 2 ( Room 2) Moderator: José Miguel Fernández Güell, Spain (Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, Spain)  Challenges of metropolitan development: strategic efforts in comparison of Barcelona and Vienna Rudolf Giffinger (Vienna University of Technology, Austria) and Mariana Stallbohm (Polytechnic University of Catalonia, Spain)  Urban Governance in Croatia: Potentials for Success Dubravka Jurlina Alibegovic and Suncana Slijepcevic (The Institute of Economics, Zagreb, Croatia.  From “Creative Cities” to “Urban Creativity”? Territory, Creativity and Governance on the Contemporary City Pedro Costa and Joao Seixas ( Lisbon University, Portugal)

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The Project of the limits. Criteria and tendencies of the territorial division David Cabrera Manzano (University of Granada, Spain)

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Planning styles (Track 4) Thursday, 2:00 PM -3:30 PM, Floor 2 ( Room 3)
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Moderator: Valeria Fedeli (Politecnico di Milano, Italy)  The lightness of formal planning. Decision-making on large urban development projects in the Flanders Thomas Block and Kristof Steyvers (Ghent University, Belgium)  Beyond government: Governing urban place reinvention Torill Nyseth (University of Tromso, Norway)  ‘Pedagogies’ of city planning and urban change - between place marketing and communicative planning? Tales from Berlin and London Claire Colomb, (University College London, UK)  Be Creative! City Planning in 21st Century Anna Lisa Mueller. (University of Constance, Switzerland)

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Sustainability in architecture and urban design (Track 5) Thursday, 2:00 PM -3:30 PM, Floor 4 ( Room 1) Moderator: Eduarda Marques de Costa (University of Lisbon, Portugal)  The knowledge generator from the sustainable urban design Carlos Alberto Regolini and Rosa Junyent i Comas (Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya, Barcelona, Spain)  Indicators of sustainable urban form - Methodological Approach for Portugal Eduarda Marques da Costa (University of Lisbon, Portugal)
● Massage from the Traditional Settlements for the Future Cities

Sibel Ecemis Kilic (Dokuz Eylul University, Turkey)  Designing Sustainable Communities: Struggling to Combine Beauty with Equity. Paula Russell and Declan Redmon (University College, Dublin, Ireland)

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The pedagogy of architecture and design (Track 5) Thursday, 2:00 PM -3:30 PM, Floor 3 ( Rooms 2-3) Moderador: Ana Maria Reis de Goes Monteiro and (State University of Campinas, Brazil)  Participative Architectural Design Study: Sustainability to Foster Social Innovation Ana Maria Reis de Goes Monteiro and Emilia Wanda Rutkowski (State University of Campinas, Brazil)  The teaching activities as civic practice and right of citizenship Ignazia Pinzello & Francesco Lo Piccolo (Università degli Studi di Palermo, Italia)  Building for a better future: the transdisciplinary planning process Architecture beyond architecture. Dustin A. Tusnovics (TU Vienna, Austria)  The Program for Architect’s future Social Engagement Alejandro De Castro Mazarro (Columbia University, USA)

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Urban Development: Real Estate, Finance (Track 4) Thursday, 2:00PM – 3:30 PM, Floor -1 (Room 2) Moderator: Dennis Judd (University of Illinois at Chicago (USA)  City-regional development and global financial institutions. The case of commercial property development in Mexico City and Bangalore Ludovic Halbert and Louise David (LATTS, France)  Railways, Real Estate and the Re-Making of Inner Cities – Comparative Perspectives on the Urban Renaissance Potential of Rail Station Area Redevelopment Mega-Projects in Europe and North America
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Johannes Novy (Columbia University, USA) and Deike Peters (Center for Metropolitan Studies, Berlin & GSAPP, Germany)  The Real Costs of City Governance and Stadium Construction for the 2010 Soccer World Cup, Durban Nina Foster (Durban University of Technology, South Africa)

3:30pm - 4:00pm Coffee brake 4:00pm – 5:30pm Concurrent sessions (Municipal Training Centre, calle Almagro 5, all floors)
15 Knowledge, Networks and Revitalization (Track 2) Thursday, 4:00PM – 5:30 PM, Floor -1 (Room 1) Moderator: Claudio Calvaresi (Istituto per la Ricerca Sociale, Milano, Italy) ● Business Schools as focal points of Knowledge Networks: The case of the Center for Urban & Real Estate Management (CUREM) at the University of Zurich Christopher Bahn (University of Zurich, Switzerland) ● An extraordinary partnership between Arizona State University and the City of Phoenix Debra Friedman (Arizona State University, USA) ● City-region network: the health cluster in the Metropolises of Lisbon and Porto Helder Santos, Célia Cavaleiro and Teresa Sá Marques (University of Porto, Portugal)

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● Random utility model for institution selection by foreign doctoral students Zeynep Esra Tanyildiz (Georgia State University, USA)

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Urban Climate Adaptation and Mitigation (Track 1) Thursday, 4:00 PM -5:30 PM, Floor 0 ( Room 1) Moderator: Bernhard Müller (Leibniz Institute of Ecological and Regional Development (IOER), Germany) ● Climate change in the European urban context Anne Querrin (PUCA Plan Urbanisme Construction, Architecture France) and June Graham (Project Manager, URBAN_NET, UK, represented by Eduardo de Santiago Rodríguez, Ministry of Housing, Spain) ● Emerging Urban Middle Classes as Key Target Groups for Sustainability before the Background of Climate Change: -The Case of Ho Chi Minh City/Vietnam Michael Albert Waibel (University of Hamburg, Germany) ● The Best Practice Evaluation ‘Spanish Network of Cities for the Climate’ from the point of view of the Sixth Environment Action Programme of the European Community Rafael Córdoba-Hernández (City Planner, Spain)

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Citizen participation in architecture and design (Track 5) Thursday, 4:00 PM -5:30 PM, Floor 4 ( Room 3) Moderator: Rafael Balanzo-Joue (Director of ECOHABITAR, Barcelona, Spain)  Listening to the inhabitants for Urban landscape in the Mediterranean context. Three Hills project in the city of Barcelona Rafael Balanzo-Joue (Director of ECOHABITAR, Barcelona, Spain) and Agapit Borras (Architects Association of Catalonia, Spain)
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● The Effects of High-Rise Living on Residential, Social and Health

Indicators and Outcomes in Glasgow: Results from the GoWell Programme Philip Mason and Ade Kearns (University of Glasgow)

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Revitalization and the Digital City (Track 2) Thursday, 4:00PM – 5:30 PM, Floor 0 (Room 2) Moderator: Marco Bontje (Amsterdam Institute for Metropolitan and International Development Studies (AMIDSt), The Netherlands) ● Public Sector Intervention in Embodying New Economy in Inner Urban Areas: The Barcelona Experience Antonia Casellas and Montserrat Pallarés-Barberà (Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, Spain) ● The Reinvention Of Eindhoven: From Industrial Town In Decline To Capital Of Technology And Design Ana María Fernández-Maldonado and Arie Romein (Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands) ● Are digital districts an answer to the challenges of the knowledge-based society? – A comparative analysis of new European digital neighborhoods André Fernández-Ges (Zaragoza Alta Velocidad 2002, S.A., Spain) ● Mobility and Consumption of "Informational" City. New Perspectives and Fields of Study: the Location-Based Services Clara Melzi (University of Milan –Bicoca-, Italy)

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Effects of Immigration on Local Dynamics (Track 3)
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Thursday, 4:00PM – 5:30 PM, Floor -1 (Room 3) Moderator: Cecilia Giusti (Texas A & M University)  Poverty, Immigration, and Latinos in Texas Cecilia Giusti (Texas A & M University, USA)  Diversifying population shifts of European urban agglomerations. The added value of a multiscalar perspective Nadja Kabisch & Annegret Haase & Dagmar Haase, (Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research – UFZ, Germany)  The Social Integration of Asylum Seekers and Refugees in a Regeneration Context Ade Kearns and Louise Lawson (University of Glasgow, UK)  Backlash: Immigrants’ rights policies and the counter-movements they inspire Nina Martin (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, USA)

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From Segregation to Incorporation in Urban Communities (Track 3) Thursday, 4:00PM – 5:30 PM, Floor 0 (Room 3) Moderator: Nick Bailey (University of Glasgow, UK)  Spatial Segregation and the Processes of Neighbourhood Change Nick Bailey and Mark Livingstone (University of Glasgow, UK)  Racial Segregation and Gaps in Metropolitan Job Isolation Kenya Covington (California State University, Northridge, USA) & Michael Stoll (University of California, Los Angeles, USA)  From Minority Mayors to a Minority President: Lessons for Immigrant Political Incorporation in the United States Ron Hayduk (City University of New York – CUNY) and Miryam Hazán (University of Pennsylvania, USA)

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21 Engaging a Migrant Population in a Local Community (Track 3) Thursday, 4:00PM – 5:30 PM, Floor 2 (Room 1) Moderator: Scott Decker (Arizona State University, USA)  Shaping Immigrants’ Civic Life with Local Policies. The Impact of Local Policy Orientation on Immigrants’ Associational Fields in Spanish Cities Laura Morales (University of Manchester, England), Amparo González-Ferrer (CSIC, Spain), Laia Jorba (Universidad Autónoma de Barcelona, Spain)  Re-construcción de identidades colectivas en nuevos contextos territoriales urbanos Elkin Darío Vargas López (Universidad de la Salle, Colombia)  Immigrant Settlement and Employment Suburbanization: Is there a Spatial Mismatch? Cathy Yang Liu (Georgia State University, USA)  The Challenge of Immigration for Local Policing Scott Decker (Arizona State University, USA)

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Creative City, Creative Factors (Track 2) Thursday, 4:00 PM -5:30 PM, Floor -1 ( Room 2) Moderator: Laurence Carmichael (University of the West of England, Bristol, UK) ● Entrepreneurial Cities in the Technology Economy: An Examination of Technology Infrastructure Policies in the United States Darrene Hackler (George Mason University) and Christopher Hoene (National League of Cities, USA) ● Key elements of creative city development: an assessment of local policies in Amsterdam and Rotterdam Arie Romein and Jan Jacob Trip (Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands)

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● The city service chart for the revitalizing of Siety (Sa): new technologies for identity promotion and preservation Serena Viola and Teresa Napolitano (Università degli Studi di Napoli Federico II, Italy)

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Regionalism (Track 4) Thursday, 4:00PM – 5:30 PM, Floor -01 (Room 5) Moderator: Christian Lefèvre, (LATTS, Université Paris 8 Marne la Vallée, France)  The Flemish city-region: which urban reality is emerging? Ellen Wayenberg and Tine Vermeersch (University College Ghent, Belgium)  City Regions, State and Globalisation and the Peripheralisation Through Governance Tassilo Herrschel ( University of Westminster, UK)  Spatial Impacts of Demographic Change and Spatial Development in the Ukraine Andreas Ortner (Technische Universität Dresden, (TU Dresden, Germany)  Texas Urban Triangle: Creating a Spatial Decision Support System for Mobility Policy and Investments that Shape the Growth of Texas Sustainably Michael Neuman (Texas A&M University, USA)

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Understanding Partnerships (Track 4) Thursday, 4:00PM – 5:30 PM, Floor 2 (Room 2) Moderator: Alessandro Balducci (Politecnico di Milano, Italy)
● The Coherence of Disorder in City Region Politics: A Comparative

Perspective

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Paul Kantor (Fordham University, New York, USA)
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The choice of institutional framework for collaborations – metagovernance or pragmatism? Analysing three Norwegian cities Asbjorn Roiseland (Bodoe University College, Norway)

● Intermediary Institutions in the city-regional governance. Evidence

from three image-producing sectors in the Paris region Ludovico Halbert (LATTS, France)
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is voluntary cooperation condemned to failure? – Metropolitan areas in light of the multiFloor governance approach Marta Lackowska (Technical University of Darmstadt, Germany)

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Local Leaders and Local Democracy (Track 4) Thursday, 4:00PM – 5:30 PM, Floor 2 (Room 3) Moderator: Trevor Davies (University of Glasgow, Scotland, UK)
● Urban Political Leadership and Political Representation – The

Multifaceted Representational Role of Danish Mayors Ulrik Kjaer (University of Southern Denmark, Denmark)
● Effective City Leadership in the International Era

Trevor Davies (University of Glasgow, Scotland, UK)
● Urban governance and political leadership in the modernisation

of local public administration: evidence from a city government Angel Iglesias (Universidad Rey Juan Carlos, Madrid, Spain)

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Urban Safety, security and fear (Track 5) Thursday, 4:00PM – 5:30 PM, Floor 4 (Room 1) Moderator: Paula Santana (Universidade de Coimbra, Portugal)  Urban safety and public space: the case of Naples

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Antonio Acierno and Angelino Mazza (University Federico II of Naples, Italy)  Urban Fears and spatial transformations: The horror movie point of view Phevos Kallitsis (National Technical University of Athens, Grecia)  Crime and Urban Environment: Impacts on human health Paula Santana, Rita Santos, Cláudia Costa and Adriana Loureiro (Universidade de Coimbra, Portugal)  The Sense of Insecurity: Integrated Solutions The Case of Barcelona's Covered Markets Systems Nadia Fava (Universitat de Girona, Spain) and Manel Guàrdia Bassols (Universitat Politécnica de Catalunya, Barcelona, Spain)
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Secured cities: The changing face of downtown Jeremy Nemeth (University of Colorado, USA)

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Incorporated to session 28

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The design and restoration of high density housing and for specialized pupulations (Track 5) Thursday, 4:00PM – 5:30 PM, Floor 3 (Rooms 2- 3) Moderator: Leandro Medrano (Universidade Estadual de Campinas – UNICAMP, Brazil)  Public space and Urban Vitality in the new Neighbourhoods (P.A.U.) of Madrid. Jorge Palomeno Ferrer (Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, Spain)  An int-dens-c-ity landscape: the wholesale residential production in València 1989 - 2008. Mireia Peris (Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya, Spain)

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 Urban interventions and public policies in the central area of São Paulo, Brazil. Architecture and the urban renewal in megacities. Leandro Medrano (Universidade Estadual de Campinas – UNICAMP, Brazil)  Urban Space design in elderly City Enrico Sassi (Università della Wvizzera Italiana, USI, Switzerland)

Meeting of the Urban Research and Practice Editorial Board 4:30PM - 6:00PM Municipal Training Centre, Floor 4, Room 2

Reception at the Casa de América (Palacio de Linares, Plaza de Cibeles)

18:30PM – 20:30PM

Offered by the City Hall of Madrid

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