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Department of Spatial Planning

Publikationen des Fachgebietes EPK

Books and Reports

Lee, D. (2022). Public space in transition. Co-production and co-management of privately owned public space in Seoul and Berlin. transcript Verlag: Bielefeld. DOI: 10.14361/9783839462324

Zimmermann, K., & Feiertag, P. (2022). Governance and city region. Policy and planning in Europe. Routledge. DOI: 10.4324/9781003201922


Edited Volumes

Heinrich, A. J., Million, A., & Zimmermann, K. (Eds.) (2022). Spatial Knowledge and Urban Planning (Special issue). Urban Planning, 7(3). Here

Sack, D., Straßheim, H., & Zimmermann, K. (Hrsg.) (2022). Renaissance der Verkehrspolitik. Wiesbaden: VS-Verlag. Here



Demazière, C., Feiertag, P., Paris, D., Zimmermann, K., & Dubois, J. (2022). The development of metropolises in Germany and France. In: Gustedt, E., Grabski-Kieron, U., Demazière, C., & Paris, D. (Eds.) Cities and Metropolises in France and Germany. Hannover: ARL. Here

Zimmermann, K. (2022). Entwicklungsmuster lokaler Verkehrspolitik. Die Perspektive des Policy Design. In D. Sack, H. Straßheim, & K. Zimmermann (Hrsg.), Renaissance der Verkehrspolitik. Wiesbaden: VS-Verlag.

Zimmermann, K. (2022). Metropolitan governance and policy challenges, In Filipe Teles (ed.), Handbook on Local and Regional Governance. Edward Elgar Publishing.

Feiertag, P., & Zimmermann, K. (2021). Reform der stadtregionalen Zusammenarbeit in Frankreich und Italien. Folgen und Wirkungen für die Raumplanung in Stadtregionen. In S. Henn, T. Zimmermann, & B. Braunschweig (Hrsg.), Stadtregionales Flächenmanagement. Berlin/Heidelberg: Springer Spektrum.

Zimmermann K. (2021). Stadtregionales Flächenmanagement und Regional Governance. In S. Henn, T. Zimmermann, & B. Braunschweig (Hrsg.), Stadtregionales Flächenmanagement. Berlin/Heidelberg: Springer Spektrum.

Zimmermann, K., & Lee, D. (2021). Building resilience in the context of multi-level governance — Insights from a living lab in the Ruhr. In G. Hutter, M. Neubert, & R. Ortlepp (Eds.), Building resilience to natural hazards in the context of climate change (pp. 209-228). Wiesbaden: Springer. DOI: 10.1007/978-3-658-33702-5_9


Peer-Reviewed Journal Articles

Lee, D. (2023). Actors, the actor network and their impact on public space management: Social network analysis as a method. Spatial Research and Planning. DOI: 10.14512/rur.683

Feiertag, P., & Schoppengerd, J. (2023). Flexibility in planning through frequent amendments. The practice of land use planning in Germany. Planning Practice & Research, 38(1), 105-122. DOI: 10.1080/02697459.2022.2133459

Lee, D., & Scholten, N. (2022). Do welfare states need privately owned public spaces? The relevance of and need for such spaces in German cities. Journal of Urban Design. DOI: 10.1080/13574809.2022.2036110

Zimmermann, K., & Momm, S. (2022). Planning systems and cultures in global comparison. The case of Brazil and Germany. International Planning Studies. DOI: 10.1080/13563475.2022.2042212

Zimmermann, K., & Lee, D. (2021). Environmental justice and green infrastructure in the Ruhr. From distributive to institutional conceptions of justice. Frontiers in Sustainable Cities 3: 670190. DOI: 10.3389/frsc.2021.670190

Lee, D. (2020). Whose space is privately owned public space? Exclusion, underuse and the lack of knowledge and awareness. Urban Research & Practice. DOI: 10.1080/17535069.2020.1815828