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Città, territori e paesaggi
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Teoria della pianificazione, Teoria del diritto, Etica applicata

Insegna “Land-use ethics and the law” e “Planning theories” presso il Politecnico di Milano. E’ membro del collegio docenti del dottorato internazionale “Urban Planning, Design, and Policy”. E’ membro del comitato editoriale di “Planning Theory”.
 

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  • (con G. Brunetta), Contractual Communities in the Self-Organizing City, Berlin, Springer, 2012.
  • (con C. Basta), Ethics, Design and Planning of the Built Environment, Berlin, Springer, 2013.
  • (con D.E. Andersson), Cities and Private Planning, Cheltenham, Edward Elgar, 2014.
  • (con D. Weberman),  Space and Pluralism, Budapest, CEU Press, 2016.
     

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  • “Rethinking the Theory and Practice of Land-Use Regulation: Towards Nomocracy”, Planning Theory, 9(2), 2010: 137-155.
  • “An Evolutionary Theory of Institutions and a Dynamic Approach to Reform”, Planning Theory, 9(4), 2010: 275-297.
  • “Towards a Reconstruction of the Public Interest Criterion”, Planning Theory, 3(2), 2004: 151-171.
  •  “Planning, Liberty and the Rule of Law”, Planning Theory, 6(2), 2007: 146-163.
  •  (con E. Chiappero), «An Analytical Framework for Conceptualizing Poverty and Re-Examining the Capability Approach», Journal of Socio-Economics, 36, 2007: 360-375.
  • «The Role of Deliberate Intervention on Organizations and Institutions», Planning Theory, 10(2), 2011: 190-197.
  • “Land-Use Regulation for the Creative City”, in D.E. Andersson, A.E. Andersson and C. Mellander (eds.), Handbook of Creative Cities, Cheltenham, Edward Elgar, 2011, 343-364.
  • “Land-Use Planning and the Question of Unintended Consequences”, in D.E. Andersson (ed.), The Spatial Market Process, Bingley, Emerald, 2012: 265-288.
  • “Why Nomocracy: Structural Ignorance, Radical Pluralism and the Role of Relational Rules”, Progress in Planning, 77(2), 2012: 46-59.
  • (con F. Chiodelli) “Typology of Spaces and Topology of Toleration”, Journal of Urban Affairs, 36(2), 2014: 167-181.
  • “Two Different Theories of Two Distinct Spontaneous Phenomena”, Cosmos & Taxis. Studies in Emergent Order and Organization, 1(2), 2014: 9-23.
  • (con F. Chiodelli) “The Complex Nexus Between Informality and the Law”, GeoForum, 51, 2014: 161-168
  • “Towards a General Theory of Contractual Communities”, in D. Andersson and S. Moroni (eds.), Cities and Private Planning, Cheltenham, Edward Elgar, 2014: 38-65.
  • (con F. Chiodelli) “Public Spaces, Private Spaces, and the Right to the City”, Journal of E-Planning, 3(1), 2014: 55-65
  • “Complexity and the Inherent Limits of Explanation and Prediction”, Planning Theory, 14(3), 2015: 248-267.
  • (con F. Chiodelli) “Do Malls Contribute to the Privatisation of Public Space and the Erosion of the Public Sphere?”, City, Culture and Society, 6(1), 2015: 35-42.
  • (con F. Chiodelli) “Pluralism in Private Spaces”, in S. Moroni and D. Weberman (eds.), Space and Pluralism, Budapest, CEU Press, chapt. 4.
  • (con F. Chiodelli), “Corruption in Land-Use Issues”, Town Planning Review, 86(4), 2015: 437-455.
  • (con F. Chiodelli), “Zoning-integrative and Zoning-alternative Transferable Development Rights”, Land Use Policy, 52: 422–429.
  • “Interventionist Responsibilities for the Emergence of the US Housing Bubble and the Economic Crisis: ‘Neoliberal Deregulation’ is not the Issue”, European Planning Studies, 2016.