Book reviewed in this article:
Ball, M., Bentivegna, V., Edwards, M. and Folin, M. editors, 1985: Land rent, housing and urban planning. A European perspective.
Boyer, M.C. 1983: Dreaming the rational city: the myth of American city planning.
Chapman, R.A. editor, 1985: Public policy studies: the northeast of England.
Galasi, P. and Sziráczki, G. editors, 1985: Labour market and second economy in Hungary.
Gappert, G. and Knight, R.V. editors, 1982: Cities in the 21st century.
Giarchi, G.G. 1984: Between McAlpine and Polaris.
Halligan, J. and Paris, C. with Wells, J. editors, 1984: Australian urban politics.
Hamm, B. editor, 1984: Urban and regional sociology in Poland and W. Germany.
Hamm, B. and Jalowiecki, B. editors, 1984: Urbanism and human values.
Mirowski, W. and Mlinar, Z. editors, 1984: Urban social processes in Poland and Yugoslavia: theoretical and methodological issues.
Hardy, D. and Ward, C. 1984: Arcadia for all: the legacy of a makeshift landscape.
Hargrove, E.C. and Conkin, P. editors, 1983: TVA: 50 years of grass‐roots bureaucracy.
Holton, R.J. 1985: The transition from feudalism to capitalism.
Jenkins, R. 1983: Lads, citizens and ordinary kids: working‐class youth life styles in Belfast.
Jones, G.W. editor, 1984: Women in the urban and industrial workforce: southeast and east Asia.
Massey, D. 1984: Spatial divisions of labour: social structures and the geography of production.
Ward, R. and Jenkins, R. editors, 1984: Ethnic communities in business: strategies for economic survival.
Zukin, S. editor, 1985: Industrial policy: business and politics in the United States and France.