Literature

Interesting literature related to city-university cooperation:

  • Antalovsky, E., Dangschat, J. and Parkinson, M. (eds.) (2005), European Metropolitan Governance: Cities in Europe – Europe in the Cities. Vienna and Liverpool: EIUA and ISRA.
  • Arbonés Aran, N. (2011), Papers on “Ajax fandom” and “Creative students” in Amsterdam, unpublished work in progress
  • Benneworth, P, P.C. David and A. Madanipour (2010), Building Localized Interactions Between Universities and Cities Through University Spatial Development, European Planning Studies, 2010, Vol.18(10), pp.1611-1629.
  • Breznitz, S.M. and M.P. Feldman (2012), the engaged university, journal of technology transfer, vol. 37, pp. 139–157
  • Bridger, J.C. and T. R. Alter (2006), The Engaged University, Community Development, and Public Scholarship, Journal of Higher Education Outreach and Engagement, Vol. 11 (1), pp. 163-178.
  • Chatterton, O. (2010), Commentary, Environment and Planning A 2010, vol. 42, pp. 509-514.
  • Commission of the European Communities (CEC) (2003) The Role of the Universities in the Europe of Knowledge, COM(2003) 58 final.
  • Christopherson, S. and J. Clark (2010), Limits to the learning region: what university-centres economic development can (and cannot) do to create knowledge-based regional economies, Local Economy, vol. 25 (2), pp. 120-130.
  • Delanty, G. (2002), The university and modernity: A history of the present, in: K. Robins & F. Webster (Eds) The Virtual University: Knowledge, Markets and Management, pp. 31–48 (Oxford: Oxford University Press).
  • Den Heijer, A. (2011), Managing the university campus: information to support real estate decisions, Eburon.
  • Etzkowitz, H.,Leydesdorff,L. (2000), The dynamics of innovation: from national systems and‘‘Mode2’’to a triple helix of university–industry–government relations. Research Policy vol. 29, pp. 109–123.
  • European Commission (2010), Regional Policy Contributing to Smart Growth in Europe 2020, (SEC (2010) 1183), Brussels, CEC.
  • European Commission (2011), Connecting Universities to Regional Growth: A Practical Guide, Brussels, CEC, http://ec.europa.eu/regional_policy/sources/docgener/presenta/universities2011/universities2011_en.pdf
  • Fincher, R. and Shaw, K. (2009), The unintended segregation of transnational students in central Melbourne. Environment and Planning A, vol. 41 (8), pp. 1884-1902.
  • Goddard J, Kempton L, Vallance P. The civic university: connecting the global and the local. In: Roberta Capello, Agnieszka Olechnicka, Grzegorz Gorzelak, ed. Universities, Cities and Regions: Loci for Knowledge and Innovation Creation. Abingdon: Routledge, 2013, pp.43-63.
  • Goddard J, Vallance P. The University and the City. Abingdon: Routledge, 2013.
  • Goddard J, Kempton L, Vallance P. Universities and Smart Specialisation: challenges, tensions and opportunities for the innovation strategies of European regions. Ekonomiaz: revista vasca de economia 2013, (83), 83-102.
  • Goddard, J., D. Robertson and P. Vallance (2012), Universities, Technology and Innovation Centres and regional development: the case of the North-East of England, Cambridge Journal of Economics, vol. 36, pp. 609-627.
  • Harrison, R.T. and C. Leitch (2010), Voodoo institution or entrepreneurial university? Spin-off companies, the entrepreneurial system and regional development in the UK, Regional Studies, vol. 44 (9), pp. 1241-1262.
  • Kenna, T. (2011), Studentification in Ireland? Analysing the impacts of students and student accommodation on Cork City, Irish Geography, Vol.44(2-3), pp.191-213.
  • Kerr, C. (1963), The uses of the university. Harvard: Harvard University Press.
  • Luloff, A. E., and J. C. Bridger (2003), Community agency and local development. In Challenges for rural America in the 21st century, edited by D. L. Brown and L. E. Swanson, 203–13. University Park, Pa.: Penn State University Press.
  • MIT (2004), Annual Town Gown Report, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA.
  • Nordregio (2012), Strategies for Interaction and the Role of Higher Education Institutions in Regional Development in the Nordic Countries, Nordregio report 2012:2, www.nordregio.se
  • OECD (2007), Higher Education in Regions: Globally Competitive, Locally Engaged, http://www.oecd.org/dataoecd/51/27/39378517.pdf
  • Oughton, C., Landabaso, M. and Morgan, K. (2002), The regional innovation policy paradox: innovation policy and industrial policy, Journal of Technology Transfer, vol. 27 (1), pp. 97–110.
  • Perry, B. (2011), Universities and Cities: Governance, Institutions and Mediation, Built Environment, 2011, Vol.37(3), pp.245-259.
  • Philpott, K. L. Dooley, C. O’Reilly, G. Lupton (2011), The entrepreneurial university: Examining the underlying academic tensions, Technovation, Vol. 31, pp. 161–170.
  • Russo, A.P. and Tatjer, L.C. (2007), From citadels of education to Cartier Latins (and back?): The changing landscapes of student populations in European cities. Geography Compass, Vol. 1 (5), pp. 1160-1189.
  • Smith, D.P. and Holt, L. (2007), Studentification and ‘apprentice’ gentrifiers within Britain’s provincial towns and cities: Extending the meaning of gentrification. Environment and Planning A, Vol. 39 (1), pp. 142-161.
  • Smith, D. (2008), The politics of studentification and ‘(un)balanced’ urban populations: Lessons for gentrification and sustainable communities? Urban Studies, Vol. 45 (12), pp. 2541-2564.
  • Smith, D. (2009), Guest editorial: Student geographies’, urban restructuring, and the expansion of higher education. Environment and Planning A, Vol. 41 (8), pp. 1795-1804.
  • Summers, G. F. (1986), Rural community development. Annual Review of Sociology Vol. 12, pp. 341–371.
  • Van Winden, W. (2010), Knowledge and the European City, Journal of Economic and Social Geography, Vol. 101 (1), pp. 100–106.
  • Van Winden, W. (2011), Creating Knowledge Locations in the city: A handbook, Urbact, Paris, publication of the REDIS-project http://urbact.eu/fileadmin/Projects/REDIS/outputs_media/_lhmd_redis_brosch_web_01.pdf
  • Van Winden, W. L. Carvalho, J. van Haaren, E. van Tuijl, and L. van den Berg (2012), Locations in the knowledge economy: Innovation and integration challenges, Routledge, London
  • Van Winden, W. (2015), EUniverCities Final report: City & University: A Symphony for Progress