Abigail Friendly
Abigail Friendly
Department of Human Geography & Spatial Planning, Utrecht University
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The right to the city: theory and practice in Brazil
A Friendly
Planning theory & practice 14 (2), 158-179, 2013
762013
Towards food security policy for Canada's social housing sector
A Friendly
Canadian Policy Research Networks, 2008
232008
Urban Policy, Social Movements and the Right to the City in Brazil
A Friendly
Latin American Perspectives, 2016
222016
Paradigm or paradox? The ‘cumbersome impasse’of the participatory turn in Brazilian urban planning
A Friendly, K Stiphany
Urban Studies 56 (2), 271-287, 2019
112019
Land Value Capture and Social Benefits: Toronto and São Paulo Compared
A Friendly
IMFG Papers on Municipal Finance and Governance 33, 2017
72017
The changing landscape of civil society in Niterói, Brazil
A Friendly
Latin American Research Review, 218-241, 2016
62016
Community service-learning in graduate planning education
CZ Levkoe, A Friendly, A Daniere
Journal of Planning Education and Research 40 (1), 92–103, 2020
52020
Toronto and são paulo: cities and international diplomacy
R Stren, A Friendly
Urban Affairs Review 55 (2), 375-404, 2019
42019
Big city mayors: Still avatars of local politics?
R Stren, A Friendly
Cities 84, 172-177, 2019
42019
Participatory Budgeting: The Practice and the Potential
A Friendly
IMFG Forum, 2016
42016
National Urban Policy: A Roadmap for Canadian Cities
A Friendly
IMFG Perspectives 14, 2016
32016
The place of social citizenship and property rights in Brazil’s ‘right to the city’debate
A Friendly
Social Policy and Society 19 (2), 307-318, 2020
22020
The contradictions of participatory planning: Reflections on the role of politics in urban development in Niterói, Brazil
A Friendly
Journal of Urban Affairs 41 (7), 910-929, 2019
22019
Planning Reconfigurations in a Mega-Event Context
A Friendly
The Routledge Handbook of Planning Megacities in the Global South, 110, 2020
2020
Rethinking the governance and planning of a new generation of greenbelts
S Macdonald, J Monstadt, A Friendly
Regional Studies, 1-14, 2020
2020
From the Frankfurt greenbelt to the Regionalpark RheinMain: an institutional perspective on regional greenbelt governance
S Macdonald, J Monstadt, A Friendly
European Planning Studies, 1-21, 2020
2020
Sharing the unearned increment: Divergent Outcomes in Toronto and São Paulo
A Friendly
Land Use Policy 91, 104270, 2020
2020
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
2020
Toronto: Transformations in a City and Its Region
A Friendly
Journal of Planning Education and Research 35 (4), 532-534, 2015
2015
Implementing Progressive Planning in Brazil: Understanding the Gap between Rhetoric and Practice
A Friendly
2014
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