|International Development Planning Review Vol. 37, No. 2 is now available online.
International Development Planning Review is a peer-reviewed journal which provides an interdisciplinary platform for the critical study of development related practices, planning and policy. You can keep up to date with the journal by clicking here to sign up to new issue alerts, and can learn more about the title at its website page here.
|Introduction ‘Best practice’ in development planning: products, processes and networks|
|City learning from below: urban poor federations and knowledge generation through transnational, horizontal exchange|
|Benjamin H. Bradlow|
|Best practice? Bare bones planning in the Democratic Republic of the Congo|
|Best practice post-disaster housing and livelihood recovery interventions: winners and losers|
|Mojgan Taheri Tafti and Richard Tomlinson|
|Co-producing urban knowledge: experimenting with alternatives to ‘best practice’ for Cape Town, South Africa|
|Zarina Patel, Saskia Greyling, Susan Parnell, and Gordon Pirie|
|South–south relationships and the transfer of ‘best practice’: the case of Johannesburg, South Africa|
|Planning, the urban poor and climate change in Small Island Developing States (SIDS): unmitigated disaster or inclusive adaptation?|