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Papers in Refereed Journals

Ning Ai and Karen R. Polenske. 2008. “Socioeconomic Impact Analysis of Yellow-Dust storms: An Approach and Case Study for Beijing.” Economic Systems Research, 20 (2): 187-203.

Zhan Guo, Ning Ai, and Karen R. Polenske. 2008. “Evaluating Environmental and Economic Benefits of Yellow Dust Storm-Related Policies in North China.” The International Journal of Sustainable Development and World Ecology, 15 (5): 457-470.

Nancey Green Leigh, Matthew Realff, Ning Ai, Steven French, Catherine Ross, and Bert Bras. 2007. “Modeling Obsolete Computer Stock under Regional Data Constraints: A Case Study in Atlanta.” Resources, Conservation, and Recycling, 51: 847-869.

Al-Kodmany, K. (2011). “Tall Buildings, Design, and Technology: Visions
for the Twenty-First Century City.”  The Journal of Urban Technology, Vol.
18, No 3., pp. 113-138.

 Al-Kodmany, K. (2011). “Placemaking by Tall Buildings.” The
International Journal of Urban Design. Advance online publication 14
September 2011, pp.1-18.   

Al-Kodmany, K. (2011). “Planning for Safety: The Case of Stoning of the
Devil in Hajj.”  The Journal of Architectural and Planning Research. Vol.
28, No.1, pp. 28-44.

Al-Kodmany, K. (2010). “Eco-Iconic Skyscrapers: Review of New Design Approaches.” International Journal of Sustainable Design. Vol. 1, No. 3. pp-314-334.

 Al-Kodmany, K. (2010).  “Eco-Iconic Skyscrapers: Review of New Design
Approaches.”  International Journal of Sustainable Design.  Vol. 1, No. 3.
pp-314-334.

Al-Kodmany, K. (2009). “Political Power, Pragmatism, and GIS.”  Journal
of Urban Technology, Vol. 16, No. 1.  August, pp. 4-45.

Crump, Jeff, Newman, Kathe, Belsky, Eric, Ashton, Philip, Kaplan, David H., Hammel, Daniel J., and Wyly, Elvin. 2009. Cities destroyed (again) for cash: Forum on the US foreclosure crisis. Urban Geography 29 (8): 745-784. Publisher's link.

Ashton, Philip. 2009. An appetite for yield: The anatomy of the subprime mortgage crisis. Environment & Planning A 41 (6). Publisher's link.

Ashton, Philip. 2010. CRA’s ‘blind spots’: Community reinvestment and concentrated subprime lending in Detroit. Journal of Urban Affairs 32 (5): 579-608. (In print, December 2010.)

Ashton, Philip. 2008. Advantage or disadvantage: The changing institutional landscape of underserved mortage markets. Urban Affairs Review  43 (3): 352-402. Publisher's link.

John J. Betancur. Forthcoming 2011. “Gentrification and Community Fabric.” Urban Studies Vol 48 (February). 42 pages

Betancur, John J. 2009. “El Segundo Saqueo de America Latina: Implicaciones para la Planeacion Urbana.” Pp. 83-120 in La Ciudad Latinoamericana en el Siglo XXI: Globalizacion, Neoliberalismo, Planeacion edited by Peter Brand. Medellin, Universidad Nacional Press.

Phil Bowman and John J. Betancur. Fall 2010. “Sustainable Diversit and Inequality: Race in the USA and Beyond.” Pages 55-78 in The Sustainabuility of Cultural Diversity: Nations, Cities, Organizations edited by  Maddy Janssens, Myrian Bechtoldt, Arie de Ruijter, Dino Pinelli, Giovanni Parolo, and Vanja M.K. Steinrn. Cheltenham, UK and North Hampton, USA: Fondazione Enrico Eni Matteis.

John Betancur and Tuzin Baycant. Diversity in Urban Planning in Steven Knotter, Rob De Lobel, Lena Tsipouri & Vanja Stenius (eds.) Diversity Research and Policy A Multidisciplinary Exploration, Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press, 2011.

Donegan, M., J. Drucker, H.A. Goldstein, H. Lowe, and E. E. Malizia. 2008. Which indicators explain metropolitan economic performance best? Traditional or creative class. Journal of the American Planning Association, 74 (2): 180-195. Publisher's link.

Drucker, J.,&  Feser, E. (2012). Regional industrial structure and
agglomeration economies: An analysis of productivity in three
manufacturing industries. Regional Science and Urban Economics, 42 (1-2): 1-14.

Drucker, J. (2011). Regional industrial concentration in the United
States: Trends and implications.  Economic Geography, 87 (4): 421-452.

Hoch, Charles, 2011. The planning research agenda: planning theory for practice. Town Planning Review. 82(2): vii-xv.

Jaffe, Martin. 2009. Water Supply Planning in the Chicago Metropolitan Area. Sea Grant Law and Policy Journal 2 (1): 1-21. Publishers Link.

Jaffe M.  2010.  Reflections on Green Infrastructure Economics. Environmental Practice.  National Association of Environmental Professionals; Cambridge Journals.

Jacobs, David, J. Wilson, S. Dixon, J. Smith, and A. Evans. 2009. The Relationship of Housing and Population Health: A 30 Year Retrospective Analysis. Environmental Health Perspectives, 117 (4): 597-604. Publisher's link.

Lu, U.D., K. Kawamura, and M. Zellner. 2008. The Influence of Urban Forms on Work Travel Behavior: An Exploration Using Agent-Based Modeling. Transportation Research Record 2082, Transportation Research Board, Washington, D.C. pp. 132-140.

Lu, Y. and K. Kawamura. 'Data Mining Approach to the Work Trip Mode Choice Analysis in the Chicago Area" Transportation Research Record 2156. Transportation Research Board, Washington, D.C.,  [2010]. pp. 73-80

Samimi, A., A. Mohammadian, and K. Kawamura. "A behavioral freight movement microsimulation model: method and data". Journal of Transportation Letters: The International Journal of Transportation Research, 2(1): [2010] pp. 53 – 62

Kawamura, K., and L. Rashidi. "Economic, Environmental and Congestion Impacts of Trucking" in Procedia Social and Environmental Science, Elsevier

Nanetti, Raffaella Y. 2009. Bridging the Gap Through Social Capital Accumulation: Ethnic Reconciliation and Economic Development in Gorizia (Italy), Nova Gorica (Slovenia), and Sempeter Vertojba (Slovenia). Studies in Urban and Regional Planning. Spring.

Minocha, Inshu, P.S. Sriraj, P. Metaxatos, and P. Thakuriah. 2008. Analysis of Transit Quality of Service and Employment Accessibility for the Greater Chicago, Illinois, Region. Transportation Research Record 2048, Transportation Research Board, Washington, D.C. pp. 20-29. Publisher's link.

Thakuriah, P. (2009). Transportation and Employment Accessibility in a
Changing Context of Metropolitan Decentralization: The Case of Delhi,
India. In Vol. 9 of Projections, the MIT Journal of Planning, pp. 58-80. Publisher's link.

Thakuriah, P., L. Tang and S. Menchu (2011). Young Women’s Transportation and Labor Market Experiences. In Women’s Issues in Transportation, Vol. 2, National Research Council, pp. 276-287.

Cottrill, C. and P. Thakuriah (2011). Privacy and Gender: Reviewing women’s attitudes towards privacy in the context of Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) and Location Based Services (LBS). In Women’s Issues in Transportation, Vol. 2, National Research Council, pp. 117-126.

Thakuriah, P., L. Tang and S. Menchu (2010). Car-Ownership Among Young Adults: Generational and Period-Specific Perspectives. In Transportation Research Record, Journal of the Transportation Research Board, Vol. 2156, pp. 1-8. 

Cottrill, C. and P. Thakuriah (2010). Evaluating Pedestrian Crashes in Areas with High Low-Income or Minority Populations. In Accident Analysis and Prevention, Vol. 42, Issue 6, pp. 1718-1728.

Thakuriah, P. and N. Tilahun (2010). Using Real-Time Weather Information in Traveler Information Systems and Location-Based Services. In Proc. ACM SIGSPATIAL GIS 2010.

Thakuriah, P. (2010). Evaluation of Alternative Data Imputation Strategies: A Case Study of Motor Carrier Safety Data. In Transportation Letters: The International Journal of Transportation Research, Vol. 2, Issue 3, pp. 199-216.

Doussard, M., J. Peck, and N. Theodore. 2009. After Deindustrialization: Uneven Growth and Economic Inquality in ‘Postindustrial’ Chicago. Economic Geography 85 (2): 183-207. Publisher's link.

Peck, J. and N. Theodore. 2008. Carceral Chicago: Making the Ex-offender Employability Crisis. International Journal of Urban and Regional Research 32 (2): 251-281. Publisher's link.

H. Cordero-Guzman, N. Martin, V. Quiroz-Becerra, and N. Theodore. 2008. Voting with their Feet: Nonprofit Organizations and Immigrant Mobilization. American Behavioral Scientist 52 (4): 598-617. Publisher's link.

N. Brenner, J. Peck, and N. Theodore (2011) “¿Y después de la neoliberalización? Estrategias metodológicas para la investigación de las transformaciones regulatorias contemporáneas.Urban NS1: 21-40.*

N. Brenner, J. Peck, and N. Theodore (2010) “After Neoliberalization?” Globalizations 7(3): 327-345.*

Weber, Rachel, R. Hendrick, and J. Thompson. 2008. The Effect of Tax Increment Financing on School District Revenues: Regional Variation and Inter-Jurisdictional Competition. State and Local Government Review 40 (1).

McMillen, Daniel and R. Weber. 2008. Thin Markets and Property Tax Inequity. National Tax Journal 61 (4): 653. Publisher's link.

Rachel Weber, “Selling City Futures: The Financialization of Urban Redevelopment Policy” Economic Geography 86 (3): 251-274, 2010.

Diana Formoso, Rachel Weber, and Marc Atkins, “Gentrification and Urban Children’s Well-Being: Tipping the Scales from Problems to Promise” American Journal of Community Psychology 46 (3-4): 395-412, 2010.

Simin Davoudi and C. Winkle. 2008. Conference Report Bridging the Divide: Celebrating the City. Town Planning Review 79 (9): 463-467.

Botchwey, Nisha D., S. Hobson, A. Dannenberg, K. Mumford, C. Contant, T. McMillan, R. Jackson, R. Lopez, C. Winkle. 2009. A Model Curriculum for a Course on the Built Environment and Public Health: Training for an Interdisciplinary Workforce. American Journal of Preventive Medicine 36 (2): S63-S71. Publisher's link.

Shelley, T.; Lyons, L.; Minor, E.; Zellner, M.. 2011. Evaluating a Paper-Based TUI for Spatially-Explicit Simulations. In 29th international conference on Human factors in computing systems (CHI EA '11).

Shelley, T.; Lyons, L.; Shi, J; Minor, E.; Zellner, M.. 2010. “Paper to parameters: designing tangible simulation input.” 12th ACM international conference adjunct papers on Ubiquitous computing, Sept. 26 – 29, 2010, at Copenhagen, Denmark.

Tingwei Zhang, 2010, Factor analysis of American urban transformation in 1950-2050 and lessons to Chinese cities (I), City Planning Review 34(8): 39-47



Books and monographs


Nanetti, Raffaella Y. and Robert Leonardi. 2008. La sfida di Napoli: Capitale sociale, sviluppo e sicurezza. Milan, Guerini.

Nanetti, Raffaella Y. and Robert Leonardi (eds). 2009. L’impatto deli’istituzione regione e le sinergie di sviluppo in Basilicata. Bolgna: Il Mulino.

Zhang, Tingwei & Wang Lan, 2011, From CBD to CAZ: On Mixed Use Developments, Architecture & Building Press, Beijing, April 2011,126 pages with color maps

Chapters in books

Al-Kodmany, K. (2009).  “Politics, Governance, and GIS” in Handbook of
Research on E-Planning: ICTs for Urban Development and Monitoring; A book edited by Carlos Nunes Silval.  IGI Global Press, pp. 143-167.

Betancur, John J. 2009. “El Segundo Saqueo de America Latina: Implicaciones para la Planeacion Urbana.” Pp. 83-120 in La Ciudad Latinoamericana en el Siglo XXI: Globalizacion, Neoliberalismo, Planeacion, Peter Brand (Ed.). Medellin, Universidad Nacional Press.

Kawamura, K. and Y.D. Lu. “Economy of Scale and the Role of Publicly Available Congestion Information for Local Delivery Industry: Agent-based simulation approach” in Taniguchi, E. and R. Thompson (Ed.) Innovations in City Logistics, New York, Nova Science.

Nanetti, Raffaella Y. 2008. “Il Welfare di Metropoli Terra di Bari al 2035.” (Social welfare conditions in Terra di Bari in 2035), in Marta Omero (Ed.). Metropoli Terra di Bari: tradizione e innovazione. Bari, Sedit.

N. Theodore, J. Peck, and N. Brenner (2011) “Neoliberal Urbanism: Cities and the Rule of Markets,” in G. Bridge and S. Watson, eds., A New Companion to the City, 15-25.  London: Blackwell.

Theodore, Nik, A. Valenzeula, E. Meléndez, and A.L. Gonzalez. 2008. Day Labor and Workplace Abuses in the Residential Construction Industry: Conditions in the Washington, DC Region. The Gloves Off Economy: Workplace Standards at the Bottom of America’s Labor Market, Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press. pp. 91-109.


Other articles, including bulletins and technical reports


Drucker, J. 2009. Trends in regional industrial concentration in the United States. Working Paper CES-WP-09-06: Center for Economic Studies, United States Census Bureau. You can download a .pdf file at this page http://www.ces.census.gov/index.php/ces/discussion_papers

Jaffe, M. 2009. Research Agenda for Sustainable Coastal Development, National Sea Grant Office Implementation Plan 2009-2013. U.S. Department of Commerce, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, National Sea Grant Office. Silver Spring, MD.

Jaffe M, Zellner M, Minor E, Gonzalez-Mellor M, Cotner, L, Massey D, Ahmed H, Elberts M, Wise S, Sprague H. and Miller B.  2010. Using Green Infrastructure to Manage Urban Stormwater Quality: A Review of Selected Practices and State Programs.  Springfield; Illinois EPA (Final Report, October 2010).  146 pp.

Greenlee, Andrew, P. Lipman, and J. Smith. Data and Democracy Project: Investing in Neighborhoods. Nathalie P. Voorhees Center and Collaborative for Equity and Justice in Education, UIC, February 2009.
www.uic.edu/cuppa/voorheesctr/DataAndDemocracyRelease.pdf

Andrew Greenlee, Sharon Lagenza, Janet Smith, Kate Walz. April 2011. Moving or Moving Up? Understanding Residential Mobility for Housing Choice Voucher Families in Illinois. A project of: Housing Action Illinois, UIC Voorhees Center, and Sargent Shriver National Center on Poverty Law. Available at http://www.uic.edu/cuppa/voorheesctr/

Janet Smith, Andrew Born, Megan Barcus, Jeanny Wang. January 2011. Open to All? Different Cultures, Same Communities: A look at immigrants and housing in Chicago’s northern suburbs. Report for Interfaith Housing Center of the Northern Suburbs, available at http://www.interfaithhousingcenter.org/

Thakuriah, P., P.S. Sriraj, S. Soot and J. Persky (2008). Economic
Benefits of Employment Transportation. Summary of Final Report to Federal Transit Administration, U.S. DOT and Community Transportation Association of America, June for Grant No's DOT IL-37-X007-00 4 and DOT IL-37-5002-00. Publisher's link.

Thakuriah, P., P.S. Sriraj, S. Soot and J. Persky (2008). Economic
Benefits of Employment Transportation. Complete Final Report to Federal
Transit Administration, U.S. DOT and Community Transportation Association of America, June for Grant No's DOT IL-37-X007-00 4 and DOT IL-37-5002-00. Publisher's link.

Thakuriah, P., P.S. Sriraj, S. Soot and J. Persky (2008). Economic
Benefits of Employment Transportation. Full of Final Report to Federal
Transit Administration, U.S. DOT and Community Transportation Association of America, June for Grant No's DOT IL-37-X007-00 4 and DOT IL-37-5002-00. Publisher's link.

N. Theodore (2010) Realigning Labor: Toward a Framework for Collaboration between Unions and Day Labor Worker Centers. Neighborhood Funders Group.

Theodore, Nik, J. Peck, and N. Brenner. 2009. Urbanismo Neoliberal: La Ciudad y el Imperio de los Mercados. Temas Sociales 66: 1-12. [Santiago, Chile]

Theodore, Nik, A. Valenzuela, and E. Meléndez. 2008. Day Labor Worker Centers: New Approaches to Protecting Labor Standards in the Informal Economy. UIC Center for Urban Economic Development.
http://repositories.cdlib.org/uclairle/Valenzuela12/

Brenner, N., J. Peck, and N. Theodore. 2008. City as Policy Lab. Area #6.
http://www.areachicago.org/p/issues/city-as-lab/city-policy-lab/

Jaffe, M., Zellner, M., et al.; 2010. “Using Green Infrastructure to Manage Urban Stormwater Quality: A Review of Selected Practices and State Programs.” Report to the Illinois Environmental Protection Agency. Chicago, IL: University of Illinois at Chicago.

Massey, D.; Zellner, M. L.; Cotner, L; Minor, E.; Gonzalez-Meler, M.; 2010. “Landscape Green Infrastructure Design Model (L-GrID) User’s Manual. Report and software to the Illinois Environmental Protection Agency. Chicago, IL: University of Illinois at Chicago.

Tingwei Zhang & Yu Y. Final report: Open space in Qianjiang Newtown, Oct. 2010