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Regular version of the site
Energy periphery: uneven development and the precarious geographies of low-carbon transition

Golubchikov O., O'Sullivan K.

Energy and Buildings. 2020. Vol. 211. No. 109818. P. 1-11.

Book chapter
Climate Adaptation of “Smart City” by Assessing Bioclimatic Comfort for UBEM

Ilina I. N., Dunichkin I. V.

In bk.: Sustainability in Energy and Buildings. Singapore: Springer, 2020. P. 519-529.

Working paper
Coping with fears in everyday urban mobility

Bagina Y.

Basic research program. WP BRP. National Research University Higher School of Economics, 2019

20th April International Academic Conference. Section “Regional & Urban Development” | Call for Papers

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Apply before November 12, 2018!

20th April International Academic Conference on Economic and Social Development will be held by National Research University Higher School of Economics in Moscow, Russia on April 9–12, 2019. A section “Regional & Urban Development” will be a part of it organized by the Faculty of Urban & Regional Development. Thematic sessions united into that section include, but are not limited to the following:

  • Territorial Development: Scale and Dynamics of Regional Inequalities
  • Between the Centre and the Periphery: Regional Policy & Development Practices
  • Houses, Streets & Blocks: Housing Policy and Urban Development
  • Advanced Ecological Buildings for Future Housing in Russia
  • Between Urbanization & Ruralization: Changing Urbanization Trends in Post-Socialist Cities
  • On the Way towards Polycentricity? Spatial Structures of Post-Socialist Urban Agglomerations
  • The Urban & the Rural under Transformation in the Post-Modern World
  • Effective Tools of Urban Agglomerations’ Management: Experiences & Prospects
  • Human Capital, Institutional environment & Investment Climate of Russian Regions
  • Budget Policies & Regional Disproportions
  • The Digital City: New Technologies & Hidden Dangers of Urban Development in the Big Data Era
  • Results & Prospects of Regional Informatization
  • Digital Economy of Totally Urbanizing Regions
  • IT in Urban Planning
  • Virtual and Augmented Realities in Urban Planning
  • Innovation Diffusion in the Information Society
  • “That’s My City”: Community Participation in Urban Development & Planning
  • The Public & the Private of the Urban Public Spaces Being Managed & Lived
  • Spatial Economies of Transforming Cities & Regions
  • Post-Modern Cities & the Production of Inequalities in Space
  • Urban Cultural Geography
  • Identity in a Big City: Ways of Mastering and Appropriating Space
  • Mental Differentiation of Urban Space
  • Urban Cultural Landscapes & Local Communities: Mobility, Visuality, Spatiality
  • Post-Urbanism & Post-Cities: Conceptual & Spatial Realms
  • The Multiple Urban Realities: City as a Palimpsest, Intertext & Rhizome
  • Contemporary Trends in Place Management, Marketing and Branding
  • City in the Periphery: Legacies, Dependencies & Trajectories beyond the Centre
  • Innovations in Spatial Planning and Design: Actors, Channels and Platforms

Interested participants are welcome to apply online through the conference website (preliminary registration is obligatory) before November 12, 2018. An extended abstract (700-1000 words) must be attached to the application form in either *.DOC or *.DOCX formats. An abstract should clearly state the problem being studied, as well as describe the approach to its solution (i.e., if there is a model based on a given analysis) and the main outcomes. In addition, the abstract should indicate the novelty of the obtained results in comparison with previously published works. The abstract should be in Russian or English.

Please, browse the conference website for the details on the conference fees & important dates of application procedures.

The organizers of “Regional & Urban Development” section are planning to proceed the submission of the proposed sessions for special thematic issues of Russian (“Urban Studies & Practices”) & international (“Area”, “City”, “Urban Geography”, etc.) journals simultaneously with paper submissions. Interested contributors should send their names, abstracts and suggestions on session themes & possible thematic focuses and/or journals after online submission to Ivan Mitin, executive coordinator, by e-mail: imitin@hse.ru.

We are looking forward to your submissions!