Comparative urban research from theory to practice co-production for sustainability

Available Open Access under CC-BY-NC license. Reports on the innovative, transdisciplinary co-production on sustainable urbanisation being undertaken by Mistra Urban Futures, a highly influential research centre based in Sweden, this book makes a significant contribution to evolving theory about com...

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Other Authors: Simon, David (Editor), Palmer, Henrietta (Editor), Riise, jan (Editor)
Format: eBook
Language:English
Published: Bristol Bristol University Press 2020, 2020
Edition:1st ed
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505 0 |a Two From unilocal to comparative research: the Mistra Urban Futures journey -- Introduction -- Methodological lessons from unilocal transdisciplinary co-produced research -- A transition towards comparative transdisciplinary co-production: challenges foreseen -- Reasons for comparing co-produced and transdisciplinary research -- Learning from comparative co-produced research -- Early assumed outcomes -- A typological framework for comparative transdisciplinary knowledge co-production -- Discussion -- Notes -- References -- Three Local projects retrofitted -- Introduction -- Retrofitting 
505 0 |a Four Replicating projects for comparative research: Mistra Urban Futures' experiences with comparative work on knowledge excha -- Introduction -- Replication -- Mistra Urban Futures' initial work on knowledge exchange, food and transport -- Knowledge exchange -- Food -- Transport -- The comparative projects -- Knowledge exchange -- Food -- Transport -- Conclusion -- References -- Five Clustering and assemblage building -- Introduction -- Setting the scene: a chronology -- Defining the theme: migration and urban development -- The initial step: commonalities of international and internal migration 
505 0 |a Consolidation: four transformative themes -- Advancement: process as outcome -- Theorising clustering -- Knowledge alliances -- Assemblage building -- Entry points -- Benefits and challenges -- Process design and group consolidation -- Uncertainty and the role of a narrative -- Contribution to realising just cities -- Clustering as a method for cross-city learning in globalised societies -- Ways forward -- Acknowledgements -- Notes -- References -- Six Internationally initiated projects with local co-production: Urban Sustainable Development Goal project -- Introduction 
505 0 |a Front Cover -- Comparative Urban Research from Theory to Practice -- Copyright information -- Table of contents -- List of figures and tables -- List of abbreviations -- Notes on the editors -- Notes on contributors -- One Introduction: from unilocal to comparative transdisciplinary urban co-production of knowledge -- Co-production as a research approach -- Global challenges and the urban -- Mistra Urban Futures: a centre for transdisciplinary co-produced research on urban futures -- From local to comparative research -- Overview of the book's contents -- Notes -- References 
505 0 |a Strategies for and experiences of building retrofitted comparative projects -- Comparative dimensions during the process -- Choice of city for comparison -- Targeted expertise of the research team -- Setting up a research demonstration site -- Real scientific evidence -- Analysis of waste management technologies -- Waste governance and networks -- Privatisation of waste management services in the city -- Benefits -- Limitations encountered during the project -- Conclusion -- Acknowledgements -- References 
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