Sunday, February 3, 2019

Aust & du Plessis: The Globalisation of Urban Governance

Helmut Philipp Aust (Freie Universität Berlin - Law) & Anél du Plessis (North-West Univ. - Law) have published The Globalisation of Urban Governance (Routledge 2018). Contents include:
  • Helmut Philipp Aust & Anél Du Plessis, Introduction: The Globalization of Urban Governance – Legal Perspectives on Sustainable Development Goal 11
  • Noora Arajärvi, Including Cities in the 2030 Agenda – A Review of The Post-2015 Process
  • Michael Riegner, International Institutions and The City: Towards A Comparative Law of Local Governance
  • Boris Vormann, City Limits: Sustainable Urban Governance in Planetary Infrastructural Regimes
  • Oliver Fuo, Funding and Good Financial Governance as Imperatives for Cities’ Pursuit of SDG 11
  • Cindy Wittke, War and Peace in the City
  • Hannah Birkenkötter, Ensuring Access to Public Space As A Dimension Of "Safe Cities": The Role Of UN Entities In Shaping The Global Urban Governance Agenda
  • Francois Venter, The Challenges of Cultural Diversity for Safe and Sustainable Cities
  • M. Cecilia Oliveira, Global Goals and Urban Development: The Territorial Effects of Implementing the MDGs In Brazil
  • Jaap De Visser, City Regions in Pursuit of SDG 11: Institutionalising Multilevel Cooperation in Gauteng, South Africa
  • Angela van der Berg, The Pursuit of SDG 11 Through the Lens of Integrated Development Planning
  • Peter Gailhofer, Governance in The Smart City: Sketches of A Research Programme in Legal Theory
  • Alejandro Rodiles, The Tensions Between Local Resilience-Building and Transnational Action; US-Mexican Cooperation in Crime Affected Communities In Northern Mexico, And What This Tells About Global Urban Governance
  • Anél Du Plessis & Helmut Philipp Aust, Conclusion: Summary of Observations And Pointers For Future Research