Books

Books by LSE Cities authors

Chapter contributions

  • Hall, S., (2014). Emotion, Location and Urban Regeneration: The resonance of marginalised cosmopolitanism, in Hannah Jones and Emma Jackson (eds), Emotion and Location: Stories of cosmopolitan belonging, Routledge: London, pp. 31-43.
  • Burdett, R., 2014.'Uneven Growth: Tactical Urbanisms for Expanding Megacities', The Museum of Modern Art, New York.
  • Hall, S., (2014). Essay: World Wide Street, Migration: A COMPAS Anthology, Bridget Anderson and Michael Keith (eds.), COMPAS: Oxford.
  • Kaasa A., 2012. ‘Appearing in or out of time: Temporal rhetoric in Mexico City modern’, in Kaasa,A with Gassner, G. and Robinson, K. eds, inWriting Cities 2., London: London School of Economics and Political Science in collaboration with the MIT School of Architecture and Planning, Harvard Graduate School of Design and Harvard Law School.
  • Tonkiss, F., 2012. ‘Content and comparative keyword analysis’ (co-authored with Clive Seale), in C. Seale (ed.) Researching Society and Culture (3rd edition), London: Sage.
  • Tonkiss, F., 2012. ‘Discourse analysis’, in C. Seale (ed.) Researching Society and Culture (3rd edition). London: Sage.
  • Tonkiss, F., 2012. ‘Economic globalization’ in G. Ritter (ed) The Wiley-Blackwell Encylopedia of Globalization, Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell.
  • Nathan, M., with Rode, P., and Von Streit, A. 2012. ‘Exploring Munich’s innovation system’, in Colantonio, A., Burdett R., Rode, P., (eds) Transforming Urban Economies: Policy Lessons from European and Asian Cities. Routledge (in press).
  • Tonkiss, F., 2012. ‘Focus groups’, in C. Seale (ed.) Researching Society and Culture (3rd edition), London: Sage.
  • Tonkiss, F., 2012. ‘Informality and its discontents’, in M.Angélil and R.Hehl (eds) Informalize! Essays on the Political Economy of Urban Form, Berlin: Ruby Press.
  • Tonkiss, F., 2012. ‘International Organization of Securities Commissions’, in G. Ritter (ed) The Wiley-Blackwell Encylopedia of Globalization, Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell.
  • Paccoud, A., 2012. ‘Paris, Haussmann and property owners (1853-1860): Researching temporally distant events’, in Writing Cities 2, London: London School of Economics and Political Science in collaboration with the MIT School of Architecture and Planning, Harvard Graduate School of Design and Harvard Law School.
  • Tonkiss, F., 2012. ‘World Economic Forum’, in G. Ritzer (ed.) Blackwell Encyclopedia of Sociology Online.
  • Hall, S., 2011. ‘Being at Home: Space for belonging in a London caff’, reprint from Open House International vol.34, no.3, in Dick Hobbs (ed), Ethnography in Context: The Urban Condition, vol. 1, London: SAGE.
  • Stern, N., Zenghelis, D., Rode, P., 2011. ‘Global Challenges: City Solutions’, In Burdett, R and Sudjic, D eds., ‘Living in the Endless City’, The Urban Age Project by the London School of Economics and Deutsche Bank’s Alfred Herrhausen Society, London: Phaidon Press