Urban Affairs Review is a leading scholarly journal on urban issues and themes. For almost five decades scholars, researchers, policymakers, planners, and administrators have turned to Urban Affairs Review for the latest international research and empirical analysis on the programs and policies that shape our cities. Urban Affairs Review covers:
Examines key issues in United States urban policy, concentrating on the critical impact of program developments at the federal, state, and local level.
Urban Economic Development
Explores the economic and political problems of urban areas, including the complex economic issues of private-sector business and public finance.
Residential and Community Development
Analyzes topics such as neighborhood quality, gentrification, neighborhood services, attitudes about community life, community change, and residential choice.
Governance and Service Delivery
Analyzes emerging governance arrangements, urban politics, and metropolitan and regional government. Addresses issues in housing, transit, service industries, and planning processes.
Comparative/International Urban Research
Examines urban development throughout the world, placing economic development, urbanization, governance, planning processes and spatial/social/cultural change in a comparative perspective.
Social, Spatial, and Cultural Dynamics
Analyzes the intricate social, spatial, and cultural dynamics of cities, including their people, places, neighborhoods and employment.
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