THEORETICAL AND EMPIRICAL RESEARCHES IN URBAN MANAGEMENT

Abreviated Title: THEORETICAL EMPIRICA

 

ISSN: 2065-3913

E-ISSN: 2065- 3921

   
 

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AIMS AND SCOPE

 

 

TERUM is an international journal, which advances theory, research and practice in urban management.

 

The journal aims to provide theoretically and empirically informed analysis on social, economical and technical issues related with urban development and management.

 

Embracing a multidisciplinary approach to the field, TERUM publishes papers on a wide range of topics related to urban management:

  • urban planning

  • urban development

  • urban design

  • urban policies

  • urban infrastructure management

  • municipal environmental policies

  • urban sustainable management

  • urban transportation

  • urban simulation

  • urban modelling

  • geographic information and planning support systems

  • urban technologies

  • local governance

  • housing policy and finance

  • urban environmental development and pollution control

  • inner city renewal and heritage

  • real estate and project management

  • urban poverty

  • urban affairs

  • any other topic relevant to the above fields

The journal is addressed to diverse communities, including, but not limited to, academics, urban designers, architects, economists, geographers, political scientists, sociologists, undergraduate and postgraduate students, anyone with a serious interest in the urban management.

The contributions suitable for TERUM should fall into one of the following categories:

  • Full-length research papers presenting important new findings in the field (max. 20 pages);

  • Book reviews in the field (2-5 pages);

  • Case studies describing new developments (max. 20 pages);

  • Academic discussion papers dealing with medium to long-term trends and predictions (max. 20 pages)

The submitted papers should be original, unpublished, and not in consideration for publication elsewhere at the time of submission to the journal.

 

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