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"A comprehensive, readable and energetic collection. Students will benefit from the range of critical ideas and arguments from contemporary urban social sciences and planning, and its excellent coverage of the vital debates."
—Neil Smith, The CUNY Graduate Center
"The third edition of Readings in Urban Theory renews this classic text with key contemporary readings on urban and regional change. Through the lens of cities and urban connections in a globalised world, the book encompasses the themes of economic transformation, social and cultural diversity, and changing urban design in ways that will be of immediate and lasting significance to students, researchers and policy makers alike."
—Gary Bridge, University of Bristol
"This collection brings together one of the most comprehensive sets of theoretically oriented readings on urban topics and issues that can be used systematically or selectively by instructors and researchers alike."
—Xiangming Chen, Trinity College, USA