Justin B. Hollander
Justin B. Hollander
Professor, Tufts University
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Planning shrinking cities
JB Hollander, K Pallagst, T Schwarz, FJ Popper
Progress in planning 72 (4), 223-232, 2009
The new generation of public participation: Internet-based participation tools
J Evans-Cowley, J Hollander
Planning Practice & Research 25 (3), 397-408, 2010
The bounds of smart decline: A foundational theory for planning shrinking cities
JB Hollander, J Németh
Housing Policy Debate 21 (3), 349-367, 2011
Shaken, shrinking, hot, impoverished and informal: Emerging research agendas in planning
H Blanco, M Alberti, R Olshansky, S Chang, SM Wheeler, J Randolph, ...
Progress in planning 72 (4), 195-250, 2009
Cognitive architecture: Designing for how we respond to the built environment
A Sussman, JB Hollander
Routledge, 2021
Can a city successfully shrink? Evidence from survey data on neighborhood quality
JB Hollander
Urban Affairs Review 47 (1), 129-141, 2011
Sunburnt cities: The great recession, depopulation and urban planning in the American sunbelt
J Hollander
Routledge, 2011
Immersive planning: a conceptual model for designing public participation with new technologies
E Gordon, S Schirra, J Hollander
Environment and Planning B: Planning and Design 38 (3), 505-519, 2011
Moving toward a shrinking cities metric: Analyzing land use changes associated with depopulation in Flint, Michigan
JB Hollander
Cityscape, 133-151, 2010
Principles of brownfield regeneration: cleanup, design, and reuse of derelict land
J Hollander, N Kirkwood, J Gold
Island Press, 2010
Security zones and New York City's shrinking public space
J Németh, J Hollander
International Journal of Urban and Regional Research 34 (1), 20-34, 2010
Polluted & dangerous: America's worst abandoned properties and what can be done about them
JB Hollander
UPNE, 2009
Maintain, demolish, re-purpose: Policy design for vacant land management using decision models
MP Johnson, J Hollander, A Hallulli
Cities 40, 151-162, 2014
Re-reuse of regenerated brownfields: Lessons from an Eastern European post-industrial city
S Martinat, J Navratil, JB Hollander, J Trojan, P Klapka, P Klusacek, ...
Journal of Cleaner Production 188, 536-545, 2018
A research agenda for shrinking cities
J Hollander
Edward Elgar Publishing, 2018
Seeing the city: Using eye-tracking technology to explore cognitive responses to the built environment
JB Hollander, A Purdy, A Wiley, V Foster, RJK Jacob, HA Taylor, ...
Journal of Urbanism: International Research on Placemaking and Urban …, 2018
The city at play: Second Life and the virtual urban planning studio
D Thomas, JB Hollander
Learning and Research in Virtual Worlds, 140-155, 2013
Brain responses to architecture and planning: A preliminary neuro-assessment of the pedestrian experience in Boston, Massachusetts
J Hollander, V Foster
Architectural science review 59 (6), 474-481, 2016
Urban social listening: Potential and pitfalls for using microblogging data in studying cities
JB Hollander, E Graves, H Renski, C Foster-Karim, A Wiley, D Das
Palgrave Macmillan, 2016
Keeping control: the paradox of scholarly community-based research in community development
JB Hollander
Community Development Journal 46 (2), 265-272, 2011
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