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Regional Science and Urban Economics
    Sophie Legras, Jean Cavailhès. Environmental performance of the urban form[J]. Regional Science and Urban Economics, 2016, 59: 1-11.
    Martin H, Hanson A.Metropolitan Area home prices and the mortgage interest deduction: estimates and simulations from policy change[J]. Regional Science and Urban Economics, 2016, 59: 12-23.
    Chagas A L S, Azzoni C R,Almeida A N. A spatial difference-in-differences analysis of the impact of sugarcane production on respiratory diseases[J]. Regional Science and Urban Economics, 2016, 59: 24-36.
    Shimizu C, Nishimura K G, Watanabe T. House prices at different stages of the buying/selling process[J] . Regional Science and Urban Economics, 2016, 59: 37-53.
    Blesse S, Baskaran T. Do municipal mergers reduce costs?Evidence from a German federal state[J]. Regional Science and Urban Economics, 2016,59: 54-74.

Urban Studies
    Halbert L, Attuyer K. Introduction: The financialisation of urban production:Conditions, mediations and transformations[J]. Urban Studies, 2016, 53(7): 1347-1361.
    Gotham K F. Re-anchoring capital in disaster-devastated spaces: Financialisation and the Gulf Opportunity (GO) Zone programme[J]. Urban Studies, 2016, 53(7):1362-1383.
    Ashton P, Doussard M, Weber R. Reconstituting the state: City powers and exposures in Chicago’s infrastructure leases[J]. Urban Studies, 2016, 53(7): 1384-1400.
    Rouanet H, Halbert L. Leveraging finance capital: Urban change and self-empowerment of real estate developers in India[J]. Urban Studies, 2016, 53(7): 1401-1423.
    Crosby N, Henneberry J. Financialisation, the valuation of investment property and the urban built environment in the UK[J]. Urban Studies, 2016, 53(7): 1424-1441.
    Guironnet A, Attuyer K, Halbert L. Building cities on financial assets: The financialisation of property markets and its implications for city governments in the Paris city-region[J]. Urban Studies, 2016, 53(7): 1442-1464.
    Sanfelici D, Halbert L. Financial markets, developers and the geographies of housing in Brazil: A supply-side account[J]. Urban Studies, 2016, 53(7): 1465-1485.
    Fields D, Uffer S. The financialisation of rental housing: A comparative analysis of New York City and Berlin[J]. Urban Studies, 2016, 53(7): 1486-1502.
    Fainstein S. Financialisation and justice in the city: A commentary[J]. Urban Studies,2016, 53(7): 1503-1508.
    Theurillat T, Vera-Büchel N, Crevoisier O. Commentary: From capital landing to urban anchoring: The negotiated city[J]. Urban Studies, 2016, 53(7): 1509-1518.

Urban Studies
    Moura K, Neto R S. Individual and contextual determinants of victimisation in Brazilian urban centres: A multilevel approach[J]. Urban Studies, 2016, 53(8):1559-1573.
    Smith M E, Dennehy T, Kamp-Whittaker A, et al. Conceptual approaches to service provision in cities throughout history[J]. Urban Studies, 2016, 53(8):1574-1590.
    Mardaneh K K. Functional specialisation and socio-economic factors in population change:A clustering study in non-metropolitan Australia[J]. Urban Studies, 2016,53(8): 1591-1616.
    Bocarejo J P, Portilla I, Meléndez D. Social fragmentation as a consequence of implementing a Bus Rapid Transit system in the city of Bogotá[J]. Urban Studies, 2016, 53(8): 1617-1634.
    Zhu P.Residential segregation and employment outcomes of rural migrant workers in China[J]. Urban Studies, 2016, 53(8): 1635-1656.
    Song Y.Hukou-based labour market discrimination and ownership structure in urban China[J]. Urban Studies, 2016, 53(8): 1657-1673.
    Soebbing B P, Mason D S, Humphreys B R. Novelty effects and sports facilities in smaller cities: Evidence from Canadian hockey arenas[J]. Urban Studies, 2016, 53(8):1674-1690.
    Catney G. Exploring a decade of small area ethnic (de-) segregation in England and Wales[J]. Urban Studies, 2016, 53(8): 1691-1709.
    Law J,Quick M, Chan P. Open area and road density as land use indicators of young offender residential locations at the small-area level: A case study in Ontario, Canada[J]. Urban Studies, 2016, 53(8): 1710-1726.
    Hannscott L. Individual and contextual socioeconomic status and community satisfaction[J]. Urban Studies, 2016, 53(8): 1727-1744.

Journal of Economic Gepgraphy
    Gagliardi L, Lemos S. Evidence on immigrants’ assimilation into recipient labour markets using UK longitudinal data between 1981 and 2006[J]. Journal of Economic Geography, 2016, 16(3): 547-583.
    Choudhury P. Return migration and geography of innovation in MNEs: a natural experiment of knowledge production by local workers reporting to return migrants[J].Journal of Economic Geography, 2016, 16(3): 585-610.
    Tanner A N. The emergence of new technology-based industries: the case of fuel cellsand its technological relatedness to regional knowledge bases[J]. Journal ofEconomic Geography, 2016, 16(3): 611-635.
    Borggren J, Eriksson R H, Lindgren U. Knowledge flows in high-impact firms: How does relatedness influence survival, acquisition and exit? [J]. Journal of Economic Geography, 2016, 16(3): 637-665.
    Ruiz I,Vargas-Silva C. The labour market consequences of hosting refugees[J]. Journal of Economic Geography, 2016, 16(3): 667-694.
    Calderón-Mejía V, Ibáñez A M. Labour market effects of migration-related supply shocks:evidence from internal refugees in Colombia[J]. Journal of Economic Geography,2016, 16(3): 695-713.
    Burt S,Johansson U, Dawson J. International retailing as embedded business models[J].Journal of Economic Geography, 2016, 16(3): 715-747.
    Caragliu A, Nijkamp P. Space and knowledge spillovers in European regions: the impact ofdifferent forms of proximity on spatial knowledge diffusion[J]. Journal of Economic Geography, 2016, 16(3): 749-774.

Regional Studies
    Chang I C C, Leitner H, Sheppard E. A Green leap forward? Eco-state restructuring and the Tianjin–Binhai eco-city model[J]. Regional Studies, 2016, 50(6): 929-943.
    Affolderbach J, Carr C. Blending scales of governance: land‐use policies and practices in the small state of luxembourg[J]. Regional Studies, 2016, 50(6): 944-955.
    Lintz G. A conceptual framework for analysing inter-municipal cooperation on theenvironment[J]. Regional Studies, 2016, 50(6): 956-970.
    Mössner S. Sustainable urban development as consensual practice: post-politics in Freiburg, Germany[J]. Regional Studies, 2016, 50(6): 971-982.
    Stelder D. Regional accessibility trends in Europe: road Infrastructure, 1957–2012[J]. Regional Studies, 2016, 50(6): 983-995.
    Álvarez-AyusoI C, Condeço-Melhorado A M, Gutiérrez J, et al. Integrating network analysis with the production function approach to study the spillover effects of transport infrastructure[J]. Regional Studies, 2016, 50(6): 996-1015.
    Marco-Lajara B, Claver-Cortés E, Úbeda-García M, et al. Hotel performance and agglomeration of tourist districts[J]. Regional Studies, 2016, 50(6): 1016-1035.
    Casarico A, Profeta P, Pronzato C D. On the Regional labour market determinants of female university enrolment in Europe[J]. Regional Studies, 2016, 50(6):1036-1053.
    Scholl T, Brenner T. Detecting spatial clustering using a firm-level cluster index[J].Regional Studies, 2016, 50(6): 1054-1068.
    Zhang X, Kloosterman R C. Connecting the ‘workshop of the world’: Intra-and extra-service networks of the Pearl River Delta city-region[J]. Regional Studies, 2016,50(6): 1069-1081.
    Andersson M, Klaesson J, Larsson J P. How local are spatial density externalities?Neighbourhood effects in agglomeration economies[J]. Regional Studies, 2016,50(6): 1082-1095.

Regional Studies
    Tranos E, Mack E A. Broad band provision and knowledge-intensive firms: A causal relationship?[J]. Regional Studies, 2016, 50(7): 1113-1126.
    Maynou L, Saez M, Kyriacou A, et al. The impact of structural and cohesion funds on Eurozone convergence, 1990–2010[J]. Regional Studies, 2016, 50(7): 1127-1139.
    Forsman H, Temel S. From a non-innovator to a high-innovation performer: networking asa driver[J]. Regional Studies, 2016, 50(7): 1140-1153.
    Brown A J, Deem J. A tale of two regionalisms: improving the measurement of regionalismin Australia and beyond[J]. Regional Studies, 2016, 50(7): 1154-1169.
    Han U,Asmild M, Kunc M. Regional R&D efficiency in Korea from static and dynamic perspectives[J]. Regional Studies, 2016, 50(7): 1170-1184.
    Drucker J. Reconsidering the regional economic development impacts of higher education institutions in the United States[J]. Regional Studies, 2016, 50(7): 1185-1202.
    Mount M, Cabras I. Community cohesion and village pubs in Northern England: An econometric study[J]. Regional Studies, 2016, 50(7): 1203-1216.
    Dada O,Jack S, George M. University–business engagement franchising and geographic distance: a case study of a business leadership programme[J]. Regional Studies,2016, 50(7): 1217-1231.
    Palacín-Sánchez M J, Di Pietro F. The role of the regional financial sector in the capital structure of small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs)[J]. Regional Studies,2016, 50(7): 1232-1247.
    Van Rompuy P. Sub-national tax autonomy and deficits: empirical results for 27 OECD countries[J]. Regional Studies, 2016, 50(7): 1248-1259.
    Brown R, Gregson G, Mason C. A post-mortem of regional innovation policy failure:Scotland's intermediate technology initiative (ITI)[J]. Regional Studies, 2016,50(7): 1260-1272.

Journal of Planning Education and Research
    Durst N J. The nature and extent of self-help housing in texas from colonias to model subdivisions[J]. Journal of Planning Education and Research, 2016 36(2): 145-157.
    Hibbard M. Development planning with cultural integrity self-determination, multifunctionality, and the hybrid economy in Indian country[J]. Journal of Planning Education and Research, 2016 36(2): 158-166.
    Kane K, Weber R. Municipal investment and property value appreciation in Chicago’s tax increment financing districts[J]. Journal of Planning Education and Research, 2016 36(2): 167-181.
    Asomani-Boateng R. Local networks commodity queens and the management of organic solid waste in indigenous open-air markets in Accra,Ghana[J]. Journal of Planning Education and Research, 2016 36(2): 182-194.
    Giuliano G, Chakrabarti S, Rhoads M. Using regional archived multimodal transportation system data for policy analysis: a case study of the LA Metro Expo Line[J]. Journal of Planning Education and Research, 2016 36(2): 195-209.
    Guerra E. Planning for cars that drive themselves metropolitan planning organizations, regional transportation plans, and autonomous vehicles[J]. Journal of Planning Education and Research, 2016 36(2): 210-224.
    Lachapelle U, Frank L D, Sallis J F, et al. Active transportation by transit-dependent and choice riders and potential displacement of leisure physical activity[J]. Journal of Planning Education and Research, 2016 36(2): 225-238.
    Schweitzer L, Stephenson M. Planning,development, and media:a case study of the Woodrow Wilson Bridge[J]. Journal of Planning Education and Research, 2016 36(2): 239-254. 

Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice
    Chi J.Exchange rate and transport cost sensitivities of bilateral freight flows between the US and China[J]. Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice, 2016, 89: 1-13.
    Tapp A,Davis A, Nancarrow C, et al. Great Britain adults’ opinions on cycling: Implications for policy[J]. Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice, 2016, 89: 14-28.
    Verma M, Rahul T M, Reddy P V, et al. The factors influencing bicycling in the Bangalore city[J]. Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice, 2016,89: 29-40.
    Marković N, Kim M E, Schonfeld P. Statistical and machine learning approach for planning dial-a-ride systems[J]. Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice,2016, 89: 41-55.
    Mattioli G, Anable J, Vrotsou K. Car dependent practices: Findings from a sequence patternmining study of UK time use data[J].Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice, 2016, 89: 56-72.
    Zhang J. Quasi-landlord port financing in China: Features, practice and a contracttheory analysis[J]. Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice, 2016,89: 73-88.
    Clark B, Chatterjee K, Melia S. Changes to commute mode: the role of life events,spatial context and environmental attitude[J].Transportation Research Part A:Policy and Practice, 2016, 89: 89-105.
    Hänseler F, Bierlaire M, Scarinci R. Assessing the usage and level-of-service ofpedestrian facilities in train stations: A Swiss case study[J]. Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice, 2016, 89: 106-123.
    Chen R.Integrating congestion pricing and transit investment planning[J].Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice, 2016, 89: 124-139.
    Yang J,Quan J, Yan B, et al. Urban rail investment and transit-oriented development in Beijing: Can it reach a higher potential?[J]. Transportation Research Part A:Policy and Practice, 2016, 89: 140-150.
    Li H,Tu H, Hensher D A. Integrating the mean–variance and scheduling approaches to allow for schedule delay and trip time variability under uncertainty[J].Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice, 2016, 89: 151-163.
    Braun LM, Rodriguez D A, Cole-Hunter T, et al. Short-term planning and policy interventions to promote cycling in urban centers: Findings from a commute modechoice analysis in Barcelona, Spain[J]. Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice, 2016, 89: 164-183.
    Mitra S K, Saphores J D M. The value of transportation accessibility in a least developed country city–The case of Rajshahi City, Bangladesh[J]. Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice, 2016, 89: 184-200.
    González Y H, Quintana S C. An integrated assessment of alternative land-based passenger transport policies: A case study in Tenerife[J]. Transportation Research PartA: Policy and Practice, 2016, 89: 201-214.

Landscape and Urban Planning
    Snir K,Pearlmutter D, Erell E. The moderating effect of water-efficient ground covervegetation on pedestrian thermal stress[J]. Landscape and Urban Planning, 2016,152: 1-12.
    Yu S,Yu B, Song W, et al. View-based greenery: A three-dimensional assessment of city buildings’ green visibility using Floor Green View Index[J]. Landscape and Urban Planning, 2016, 152: 13-26.
    Talen E, Anselin L, Lee S, et al. Looking for logic: The zoning—land use mismatch[J].Landscape and Urban Planning, 2016, 152: 27-38.
    Kuoppamäki K, Lehvävirta S. Mitigating nutrient leaching from green roofs with biochar[J].Landscape and Urban Planning, 2016, 152: 39-48.
    Liu K,Siu K W M, Gong X Y, et al. Where do networks really work? The effects of the Shenzhen greenway network on supporting physical activities[J]. Landscape andUrban Planning, 2016, 152: 49-58.
    Chen Y,Li X, Liu X, et al. Capturing the varying effects of driving forces over timefor the simulation of urban growth by using survival analysis and cellularautomata[J]. Landscape and Urban Planning, 2016, 152: 59-71.
    Alexander P J, Fealy R, Mills G M. Simulating the impact of urban development pathways on the local climate: A scenario-based analysis in the greater Dublin region,Ireland[J]. Landscape and Urban Planning, 2016, 152: 72-89.
    Woodruff S C, Ben Dor T K. Ecosystem services in urban planning:Comparative paradigms and guidelines for high quality plans[J]. Landscape and Urban Planning, 2016, 152: 90-100.