Urban Geography and Spatial Planning

Merten Nefs, Jeroen van Haaren & Frank van Oort (2023), “The limited regional employment benefits of XXL-logistics centres in The Netherlands”. Journal of Transport Geography. [open access]

Jeroen van Haaren & Frank van Oort (2023), “The resilience of cities to COVID-19: A literature review and application to Dutch cities”. Chapter in: Mehmet Güney Celbiş, Karima Kourtit & Peter Nijkamp (eds.), The Pandemic and the City. Berlin: Springer: 11-32 [link]. Working paper version. [download]

Patrick Witte, Bart Wiegmans, Tom de Jong & Frank van Oort (2022), “Shifting towards sustainability. Questioning the effectiveness of policymaking for intermodal freight transport”. World Review of Intermodal Transportation Research 11(2): 133-154. [link]

Jeroen van Haaren, Frank van Oort & Jan Daan Maasland (2021), “Macroeconomic impacts on firm performance and place-based cluster policies in the Netherlands”. Chapter in: Dirk Fornahl & Nils Grashof (eds.), The Globalization of Regional Clusters. Between Localization and Internationalization. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar: 128-162. [link]

Frank van Oort, Paula Nagler & Indriany Lionggo (2021), “ Structural change, labour markets and urban economic policy in emerging economies”. Chapter 4 in: M.P. van Dijk, J. Fransen & J. Edelenbos (eds.), Urban Planning, Management and Governance in Emerging Economies. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar: 57-79. [link]

Ying Liu, Stan Geertman, Yanliu Lin & Frank van Oort (2018), “Making the ‘invisible’ visible: redevelopment-induced displacement of migrants in Shenzhen, China”. International Journal of Urban and Regional Research 42(3): 483-499. [link]

Harm van de Heiligenberg, Gaston Heimeriks, Marko Hekkert & Frank van Oort (2017), “A habitat for sustainability experiments: success factors for innovations in their local and regional contexts”. Journal of Cleaner Production 169: 204-215. [link]

Ying Liu, Yanliu Lin, Stan Geertman & Frank van Oort (2017), “Towards inclusive and sustainable transformation in Shenzhen: urban redevelopment, displacement patterns of migrants and policy implications”. Journal of Cleaner Production 173: 24-38. [link]

Ying Liu, Stan Geertman, Yanliu Lin & Frank van Oort (2017), “Heterogeneity in displacement exposure of migrants in Shenzhen, China. Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies 44: 2562-2581. [link]

Frank van Oort, Nicolas van Geelen & Helmut Thöle (2016), “Towards an evolutionary network approach of cluster policies: skill-relatedness, FDI and multilevel governance in Zuid-Holland, The Netherlands”. In: Luuk Boelens & Gert de Roo (eds.), Spatial Planning in a Complex World of Change. Groningen, InPlanning: 186-210. [open access]

Ying Liu, Frank van Oort, Stan Geertman & Yanliu Lin (2014), “Institutional determinants of brownfield formation in Chinese cities and urban villages”. Habitat International 44: 72-78. [link].

Patrick Witte, Bart Wiegmans, Tejo Spit & Frank van Oort (2014),  “Governing inland ports: A multi-dimensional approach to addressing inland port-city challenges in European transport corridors”. Journal of Transport Geography 36: 42-52.  [link]

Fangfang Cheng, Frank van Oort, Pieter Hooimeijer & Stan Geertman (2014), “Science parks and the co-location of high-tech small- and medium-sized firms in China’s  Shenzen”. Urban Studies 51: 1073-1089. [link]

Anne Risselada, Veronique Schutjens & Frank van Oort (2013), “Real estate determinants of firms relocation in urban residential neighborhoods”. Journal of Economic and Social Geography (TESG) 104: 136-158. [link]

Irina van Aalst, Oedzge Atzema, Frank van Oort & Ron Boschma (2013), “The creative class, related variety and economic growth”. In: Charlotta Mellander, Richard Florida, Bjorn Asheim & Meric Gertler (eds.), The Creative Class Goes Global. London, Routledge: 164-182. [link]

Paul Rutten, Frank van Oort & Gerard Marlet (2013), “Creative industries as a flywheel”. Amsterdam: Amsterdam Economic Board & Creative Amsterdam. [download]

Patrick Witte, Frank van Oort, Bart Wiegmans & Tejo Spit (2013), “Capitalising on spatiality in European transport corridors”. Journal of Economic and Social Geography (TESG) 104: 510-517. [link]

Bart Sleutjes, Frank van Oort & Veronique Schutjens (2012), “A place for area-based policy. The survival and growth of local firms in Dutch residential neighborhoods“. Journal of Urban Affairs 34: 533-558.  [link]

Bart Sleutjes, Frank van Oort & Veronique Schutjens (2012), “Cohesion, liveability and firm success in Dutch neighbourhoods. In: Friderieke Welter, David Smallbone & Anita van Gils (eds.), Entrepreneurial Processes in a Changing Economy. Cheltenham, Edward Elgar: 24-46.

Wouter Steenbeek, Beate Volker, Henk Flap & Frank van Oort (2012), “Local businesses as attractors or preventers of neighborhood disorder”. Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency 49: 213-248. [link].

Patrick Witte, Bart Wiegmans, Frank van Oort & Tejo Spit (2012). “Chokepoints in corridors: Perspectives on bottlenecks in the European transport network”. Research in Transportation Business & Management 5: 57-66. [link].

Thomas de Graaff, Frank van Oort & Raymond Florax (2012), “Sectoral heterogeneity, accessibility and population-employment dynamics in Dutch cities“. Journal of Transport Geography 25: 115-127. [link]

Michiel de Bok & Frank van Oort (2011), “Agglomeration economies, accessibility and the spatial choice behavior of relocating firms”. Journal of Transport and Land Use 4: 5-24. [open access]

Jesse Weltevreden, Oedzge Atzema, Koen Frenken, Katrien de Kruif & Frank van Oort (2008), “The geography of internet adoption by independent retailers in the Netherlands. Environment and Planning B 35: 443-460. [link]

Sandy Farag, Jesse Weltevreden, Ton van Rietbergen, Martin Dijst & Frank van Oort (2006), “E-shopping in the Netherlands: does geography matter?” Environment and Planning B 33: 59-74. [link].

Lambert van der Laan, Frank van Oort & Otto Raspe (2005), “Regional change of ICT-using industries in the Netherlands”. Journal of Economic and Social Geography (TESG) 96: 585-592. [link].

Frank van Oort, Mark Thissen & Leo van Wissen (2005), A Survey of Spatial-Economic Planning Models in the Netherlands. Theory, Applications,  and Evaluation.  Rotterdam: Nai Publishers. [download]