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Innovative and robust research lies at the heart of our work, and we seek through our projects to contribute useful knowledge to assist policy making and to further academic debate.

Our recent publications include contributions to leading international journals in specialist areas and in urban studies, alongside policy-focussed working papers and reports. The links below provide access to some of these and we welcome feedback on all of these areas.

Citizen participation 

Rogerson, R, Reid, F and Nicholson, R (2020) Creating an event volunteering legacy: the 2014 Host City Volunteer initiative, Event Management   https://doi.org/10.3727/152599519X15506259856598

Rogerson, R, Nicholson, R, Reid, F and Sly, B (2019) Using major events to increase social connections: the case of the Glasgow 2014 Host City Volunteer programme, Journal of Policy Research in Tourism, Leisure and Eventshttps://doi.org/10.1080/19407963.2019.1696351

Horgan, D. and Dimitrijević, B. (2019). Frameworks for citizens participation in planning: From conversational to smart tools. Sustainable Cities and Society48, p.101550.

O’Neill, M and Rogerson, R (2018) That’s all very well in practice, but what about the theory: the case of Glasgow Life, Scotland. In D. Stevenson (ed) Managing organisational success in the arts, Routledge, 36-58

Rogerson, R (2016) Redefining temporal notions of event legacy: lessons from Glasgow’s Commonwealth Games, Annals of Leisure Research, 19, 497-518 https://doi.org/10.1080/11745398.2016.1151367

Placemaking, data analytics and urban issues

Lawson, T, Rogerson, R and Barnacle, M (2018) “A comparison between the cost             effectiveness of CCTV and improved street lighting as a means of crime reduction” Computers, Environment and Urban Systems, 68, 17-25  https://doi.org/10.1016/j.compenvurbsys.2017.09.008

Horgan, D. (2020). Placemaking. In: Kobayashi, A. (Ed.), International Encyclopedia of Human Geography, 2nd edition. vol. 10, Elsevier, pp. 145–152.

Horgan, D. and Dimitrijević, B. (2019) Ecological Frameworks as a Strategy for Social Innovation in the Built Environment. 2019 IGU Urban Commission Annual MeetingUrban Challenges in a complex World.

Resilient and sustainable communities

Horgan, D. and Dimitrijević, B. (2019) Architectures for Resilience – Housing occupation as a means for attaining spatial rights – The case of Sao Paulo, Brazil. 16th Annual International Conference of the Architectural Humanities Research Association 2019, Architecture and Collective Life, Dundee.

Horgan, D. and Dimitrijević, B. (2018). Social innovation systems for building resilient communities. Urban Science2 (1), p.13.

Horgan, D. and Dimitrijević, B., (2019) Ecological Frameworks as a Strategy for Social Innovation in the Built Environment. 2019 IGU Urban Commission Annual MeetingUrban Challenges in a complex World.

 

If you are interested in co-authoring output with us, please contact us.  And if you have publications you would like share with us, we would welcome hearing for you.