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Defining and assessing walkability: a concept for an integrated approach using surveys, biosensors and geospatial analysis

.1140/epjst/e2012-01703-3 Batty M. Axhausen K. Fosca G. Pozdnoukhov A. Bazzani A. Wachowicz M. Ouzonis G. Portugali Y. 2012 Smart cities of the future The European Physical Journal - Special Topics 214 1 481 518 Bluemke, M., Resch, B., Lechner, C., Westerholt, R. & Kolb, J.-P. (2017) Integrating Geographic Information into Survey Research: Current Applications, Challenges and Future Avenues Survey Research Methods, 11(3), 307–327. Available from: https://ojs.ub.uni-konstanz.de/srm/article/view/6733 [accessed: 26.03

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Disentangling the nexus of global intermediaries: the case of bus rapid transit

56 – 64 Marsden, G., Frick, KT., May, A.D. & Deakin, E. (2011) How Do Cities Approach Policy Innovation and Policy Learning? A Study of 30 Policies in Northern Europe and North America Transport Policy, 18(03), 501–512. DOI: 10.1016/j.tranpol.2010.10.006. 10.1016/j.tranpol.2010.10.006 Marsden G. Frick KT. May A.D. Deakin E. 2011 How Do Cities Approach Policy Innovation and Policy Learning? A Study of 30 Policies in Northern Europe and North America Transport Policy 18 03 501 512 10.1016/j.tranpol.2010.10.006 Matsumoto, N. (2007

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A model of the analysis of the dynamics and structure of socio-economic development (an example of the set of the largest Polish cities in the years 1998–2015)

& Urbanization, 25(2), 465–482. 10.1177/0956247813490908 Turok I. & McGranahan G. 2013 Urbanization and economic growth: the arguments and evidence for Africa and Asia Environment & Urbanization 25 2 465 482 Węcławowicz, G. (2002) From egalitarian cities in theory to non-egalitarian cities in practice: The changing social and spatial patterns in Polish cities [in:] P. Marcuse, R. van Kempen, eds., Of States and Cities. The partitioning of urban space Oxford University Press, New York, 183–199. Węcławowicz G. 2002 From egalitarian cities in

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Collecting and analyzing soccer-related graffiti with the spatial video technology and GIS: a case study in Krakow, Poland

.S. Department of Justice: Problem-oriented guides for police series (9). Weisel D. L. 2002 Graffiti Office of Community Oriented Policing Services U.S. Department of Justice: Problem-oriented guides for police series (9) Wilson, J. Q. & Kelling, G. L. (1982) Broken Windows – The Police and Neighborhood Safety The Atlantic Online. Available from: https://www.theatlantic.com/magazine/archive/1982/03/broken-windows/304465/ [accessed: 20.05.2019]. Wilson J. Q. Kelling G. L. 1982 Broken Windows – The Police and Neighborhood Safety The Atlantic Online

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City-region governance in transitional contexts: the case of the BRICS

Regional Evolution in Yangtze River Delta China Doctoral Dissertation Politecnico Milano. Available from www.politesi.polimi.it/bitstream/10589/89770/3/2014_03_PhD_Na.pdf accessed: 20.06.2018 Nath, V. (1988) Regional Planning for Large Metropolitan Cities: A Case Study of the National Capital Region Economic and Political Weekly, 23(5), 201–214. Nath V. 1988 Regional Planning for Large Metropolitan Cities: A Case Study of the National Capital Region Economic and Political Weekly 23 5 201 214 O’Donnell, G. (2002) In Partial Defense of an

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Investigating factors affecting the mode choices of commuters in Kuwait city & surrounding urban areas: Strategies for a higher quality and more sustainable public transport system

questionnaire design would be shorter and simpler. Most respondents, 78%, were Kuwaiti, another 20% non-Kuwaiti, and the remaining 2% stateless. A total of 63% of respondents were female, with 62% holding undergraduate degrees (Bachelor) and 31% holding graduate degrees (Master’s or higher). The typical respondent age range was 30 to 40 years old. High school respondents made up 4%, Middle school 2% and Elementary 1% only. More than half of the respondents are working in the government sector followed by 25% in the private sector, 10% self-employed, 6% students and 5

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Regeneration of a historic city block: the example of the relocation of the historic Atelier building to the cloister area of the Congregation of the Resurrection in Krakow

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The Smart City of Medellín, its achievements and potential risks

://www.dlprog.org/publications/research-papers/the-medellin-miracle-the-politics-of-crisis-elites-and-coalitions [accessed: 06.03.2016]. Maclean K. 2014 The ‘Medellín Miracle’: The politics of crisis, elites and coalitions Developmental Leadership Program Available from https://www.dlprog.org/publications/research-papers/the-medellin-miracle-the-politics-of-crisis-elites-and-coalitions accessed: 06.03.2016 Martin, G. (2012) Medellín. Tragedia y Resurrección. Mafia, ciudad y estado 1975 –2012 Planeta Colombiana, Bogota [in Spanish]. Martin G. 2012 Medellín. Tragedia y Resurrección. Mafia, ciudad y estado 1975 –2012 Planeta Colombiana Bogota in

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Craft breweries, adaptive reuse, and neighborhood revitalization

explanatory power in R. M. McLaughlin et al.’s (2016) model was the- percentage of the population between the ages of 25 and 44. This lends support to market research, which suggests that a younger age cohort drives craft beer’s popularity. At the intra-urban scale, I. Nilsson, N. Reid, and M. Lehnert (2018) examined the geographic patterns of craft breweries in ten U.S. cities. Using Ripley’s K, they detected evidence of geographic clustering in nine cities (Austin, Texas was the exception). In another study, M. F. Barajas, G. Boeing, and J. Wartell (2017) found

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Discount stores in a large city – the “biedronkisation” of the urban space – the case of Warsa

centres , Langborough University, Economic Social Research Council, Leicestershire, UK. Hart C. Stachow G. Rafiq M. Laing A. 2014 The customers experience of town centres Langborough University, Economic Social Research Council Leicestershire, UK Hiperproblemy hipermarketów , 1.09.2013, Handel Extra, available from: http://handelextra.pl/artykuly/166808,hiperproblemy-hipermarketow [accessed: 28.03.2017] [in Polish]. Hiperproblemy hipermarketów 1.09.2013 Handel Extra Available from http://handelextra.pl/artykuly/166808,hiperproblemy-hipermarketow [accessed: 28.03

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