Smith, A., Ritchie, B.W. and Chien, P.M. 2019. Citizens’ attitudes towards mega-events: a new framework. Annals of Tourism Research . 74, pp. 208-210.
Meng, Jing, Mi, Zhifu, Zheng, Jiali, Zheng, Heran, Li, Xian, Coffman, D'Maris, Woltjer, J., Wang, Shouyang and Guan, Dabo 2019. Carbon emissions of cities from a consumption perspective. Applied Energy. 235, pp. 509-518.
Aldred, R. Road injuries in the National Travel Survey: under-reporting and inequalities in injury risk. London Department of Planning and Transport, University of Westminster.
Smith, A. and Mair, J. 2018. The making of a city: How Expo 88 changed Brisbane forever. in: Expo Cities Urban Change Paris BIE. pp. 88-100
Willems, J.J., Busscher, T., Woltjer, J. and Arts, J. 2018. Planning for waterway renewal: balancing institutional reproduction and institutional change. Planning Theory & Practice. 19 (5), pp. 678-697.
Rahayu, P., Woltjer, J. and Firman, T. 2018. Water Governance in Decentralising Indonesia. Urban Studies.
Forrest, S., Trell, E. and Woltjer, J. 2018. Civil society contributions to local level flood resilience. Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers.
Bailey, Nick, Kleinhans, R. and Lindbergh, J. 2018. The implications of Schumpeter's theories of innovation for the role, organisation and impact of community-based social enterprise in three European countries . Journal of Entrepreneurial and Organisational Diversity. 7 (1), pp. 14-36.
Smith, A. 2018. Paying for parks. Ticketed events and the commercialisation of public space. Leisure Studies. 37 (5), pp. 533-546.
Cherifi, B., Smith, A., Maitland, R. and Stevenson, N. 2018. Beyond image: Imagined experiences of a destination. International Journal of Tourism Research . 30 (6), pp. 748-755.
Restemeyer, B., van den Brink, M. and Woltjer, J. 2018. Resilience unpacked: Framing of ‘uncertainty’ and ‘adaptability’ in long-term flood risk management strategies in the regions of London and Rotterdam. European Planning Studies. 36 (8), pp. 1559-1579.
Willems, J., Busscher, T., Woltjer, J. and Arts, J. 2018. Co-creating value through renewing waterway networks: a transaction-cost perspective. Journal of Transport Geography. 69, pp. 26-35.
Smith, A. 2018. Justifying and resisting public park commercialisation: The battle for Battersea Park . European Urban and Regional Studies.
Bailey, Nick, Kleinhans, R. and Lindbergh, J. 2018. An assessment of community-based social enterprise in three European countries. London Power to Change.
Hijdra, A., Woltjer, J. and Arts, J. 2018. Dutch and American waterway development: identification and classification of tools for value creation. International Planning Studies. 23 (3), pp. 278-291.
Andrews, N., Clement, I. and Aldred, R. 2018. Invisible cyclists? Disabled people and cycle planning–A case study of London. Journal of Transport and Health. 8, pp. 146-156.
Aldred, R. and Goodman, A. 2018. Predictors of the frequency and subjective experience of cycling near misses: Findings from the first two years of the UK Near Miss Project. Accident Analysis & Prevention. 110, pp. 161-170.
Manzi, T. and Morrison, N. 2018. Risk, Commercialism and Social Purpose: Repositioning the English Housing Association sector. Urban Studies. 55 (9), pp. 1924-1942.
Stevenson, N. and Farrell, H.C. 2018. Taking a hike: Exploring leisure walkers embodied experiences. Social and Cultural Geography. 19 (4), pp. 429-447.
Woltjer, J. and Hudalah, D. 2017. Gentrifying the Peri-Urban. in: Silver, C., Freestone, R. and Demaziere, C. (ed.) Dialogues in Urban and Regional Planning New York & Abingdon Routledge. pp. 134-153
Nelson, S. and Bobbins, K. 2017. Designing Cities: A study of collaborative interdisciplinary practice in the London area. London Department of Planning and Transport, University of Westminster.
Smith, A. 2017. Animation or denigration? Using urban public spaces as event venues . Event Management . 21 (5), pp. 609-619.
Smith, A., Brown, G. and Assaker, G. 2017. Event satisfaction and behavioural intentions: examining the impact of the London 2012 Olympic Games on participation in sport. European Sport Management Quarterly. 17 (3), pp. 331-348.
Smith, A., Brown, G. and Assaker, G. 2017. Olympic Experiences: The Significance of Place . Event Management. 21 (3), pp. 281-299.
Li, R., Woltjer, J. and van den Brink, M. 2017. Market-based instruments for the governance of coastal and marine ecosystem services: An analysis based on the Chinese case. Ecosystem Services. 23, pp. 71-81.
Restemeyer, B., van den Brink, M. and Woltjer, J. 2017. Between adaptability and the urge to control: making long-term water policies in the Netherlands. Journal of Environmental Planning and Management. 60 (5), pp. 920-940.
Manzi, T. and Richardson, J. 2017. Rethinking Professional Practice: The Logic of Competition and the Crisis of Identity in Housing Practice. Housing Studies. 32 (2), pp. 209-224.
Bailey, Nick 2017. The contribution of community enterprise to British urban regeneration in a period of state retrenchment. in: van Ham, M., Reuschke, D., Kleinhans, R., Mason, C. and Syrett, S. (ed.) Entrepreneurial Neighbourhoods: Towards an Understanding of the Economies of Neighbourhoods and Communities London Edward Elgar. pp. 229-248
Joss, S. and Cowley, R. 2017. National Policies for Local Urban Sustainability: A New Governance Approach? in: Eames, M., Dixon, T., Hunt, M. and Lennan, S. (ed.) Retrofitting Cities for Tomorrow’s World London Wiley. pp. 227-245
Stevenson, N. 2016. Culture and the 2012 Games: creating a tourism legacy? in: Robinson, M. and Ploner, J. (ed.) Tourism at the Olympic Games: Visiting the World Abingdon Routledge.
Stevenson, N. 2016. Designing New Tourism Areas in London . Taiwan European Culture Forum . Taipei 26 - 26 Nov 2016
Roberts, M. 2016. What a night czar can do to help nightlife survive. London The Conversation.
Roberts, M. 2016. Viewpoint: Urban Design Pedagogy. Journal of Urban Design. 21 (5), pp. 567-569.
Roberts, M. 2016. The Crisis in the UK's High Streets: can the evening and night-time economy help? Articulo: Journal of Urban Research. 11.
Smith, A. 2016. Urban Regeneration . in: Olympic Cities Abingdon Routledge. pp. 217-228
Pappalepore, I. and Smith, A. 2016. The Co-Creation of Urban Tourism Experiences. in: Russo, A.P. and Richards, G. (ed.) Reinventing the Local in Tourism Bristol Channel View Publications. pp. 87-100
Putra, T., Woltjer, J. and Tan, W. 2016. Metropolitan Governance and Institutional Design: Transportation in the Jakarta Metropolitan Region. in: Holzhacker, R., Wittek, R. and Woltjer, J. (ed.) Decentralization and Governance in Indonesia New York Springer. pp. 171-200
Stevenson, N. 2016. Local festivals, social capital and sustainable destination development: experiences in East London. Journal of Sustainable Tourism . 24 (7), pp. 990-1006.
Brown, G., Smith, A. and Assaker, G. 2016. Revisiting the host city: an empirical examination of sport involvement, place attachment, event satisfaction and spectator intentions at the London Olympics. Tourism Management . 55, pp. 160-172.
Stevenson, N. 2016. Reflections Upon the Experience of Longitudinal Research into Cultural Event Production in a Developing Destination. International Journal of Tourism Research. 18 (5), pp. 486-493.