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Femke van Noorloos
Femke van Noorloos
Assistant Professor of International Development Studies, Utrecht University
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Africa’s new cities: The contested future of urbanisation
F Van Noorloos, M Kloosterboer
Urban studies 55 (6), 1223-1241, 2018
2682018
Europe’s migration agreements with migrant‐sending countries in the global south: A critical review
A Adepoju, F Van Noorloos, A Zoomers
International migration 48 (3), 42-75, 2010
2432010
The rush for land in an urbanizing world: From land grabbing toward developing safe, resilient, and sustainable cities and landscapes
A Zoomers, F Van Noorloos, K Otsuki, G Steel, G Van Westen
World Development 92, 242-252, 2017
2062017
The urban land debate in the global South: New avenues for research
G Steel, F van Noorloos, C Klaufus
Geoforum 83, 133-141, 2017
1172017
Residential Tourism Causing Land Privatization and Alienation: New pressures on Costa Rica's coasts
F Noorloos
Development 54 (1), 85-90, 2011
892011
Lifestyle migration and socio-spatial segregation in the urban (izing) landscapes of Cuenca (Ecuador) and Guanacaste (Costa Rica)
F Van Noorloos, G Steel
Habitat International 54, 50-57, 2016
792016
Residential tourism and multiple mobilities: Local citizenship and community fragmentation in Costa Rica
F Van Noorloos
Sustainability 5 (2), 570-589, 2013
522013
Incremental housing as a node for intersecting flows of city-making: rethinking the housing shortage in the global South
F Van Noorloos, LR Cirolia, A Friendly, S Jukur, S Schramm, G Steel, ...
Environment and Urbanization 32 (1), 37-54, 2020
512020
All-inclusiveness versus exclusion: Urban project development in Latin America and Africa
C Klaufus, P Van Lindert, F Van Noorloos, G Steel
Sustainability 9 (11), 2038, 2017
442017
Land in urban debates: Unpacking the grab–development dichotomy
F van Noorloos, C Klaufus, G Steel
Urban Studies 56 (5), 855-867, 2019
402019
A transnational networked space: tracing residential tourism and its multi-local implications in Costa Rica
F Van Noorloos
International Development Planning Review 33 (4), 429-444, 2011
352011
Whose place in the sun? Residential tourism and its implications for equitable and sustainable development in Guanacaste, Costa Rica
F van Noorloos
Uitgeverij Eburon, 2012
342012
Urban land grabs in Africa?
G Steel, F Van Noorloos, K Otsuki
Built environment 44 (4), 389-396, 2019
282019
New master-planned cities and local land rights: The case of Konza Techno City, Kenya
F Van Noorloos, D Avianto, RO Opiyo
Built Environment 44 (4), 420-437, 2019
252019
Stakeholder power relations in Land Value Capture: comparing public (China) and private (US) dominant regimes
W Wang, F van Noorloos, T Spit
Land Use Policy 91, 104357, 2020
232020
Circulating Asian urbanisms: an analysis of policy and media discourse in Africa and Latin America
F Van Noorloos, M Leung
Reconfiguration of the Global South, 141-158, 2016
212016
Transnational land investment in Costa Rica: tracing residential tourism and its implications for development.
F van Noorloos
The global land grab: beyond the hype, 86-99, 2014
172014
El turismo residencial: ¿Acaparamiento de tierras? Un proceso fragmentado de cambio socio-espacial, desplazamiento y exclusión
F van Noorloos
Alba Sud, Colección Opiniones en Desarrollo 16, 2013
152013
Will Tailor-Made Migration Deals Help to Solve the European Migration'Crisis'?
EB Zoomers, F van Noorloos, IC Van Liempt, D Siegel, V Nagy
Eleven International Publishers, 2018
142018
¿Un lugar en el sol para quién? El turismo residencial y sus consecuencias para el desarrollo equitativo y sostenible en Guanacaste, Costa Rica.
F van Noorloos
Turismo en Centroamérica : un diagnóstico para el debate, 71-80, 2013
112013
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