This research strand examines changing forms of governmental thought and practice in cities throughout the contemporary world.
Following the 2011 Urban Age ‘Cities, health and well-being’ Hong Kong conference, LSE Cities is continuing various activities in collaboration with conference participants and partners.
LSE Cities is working and expanding on parallel yet intersecting strands of research that cover the following areas:
Cities, Space and Society: urban culture and design; economic development and inclusion; cities, health and well-being
Cities and the Environment: mobility and city access; urban form and resource efficiency; city design and technology
Urban Governance: architecture and democracy; metropolitan and regional cohesion; mega-projects, infrastructure and urban change