Book reviewed in this article:
Barrett, S. and Healey, P. editors, 1985: Land policy: problems and alternatives.
Rydin, Y. 1986: Housing land policy.
Bradley, T. and Lowe, P. editors, 1984: Locality and rurality: economy and society in rural regions.
Cerny, P. and Schain, M. 1985: Socialism, the state and public policy in France.
Dennis, R. 1984: English industrial cities of the nineteenth century.
Doughty, M. editor, 1986: Building the industrial city.
Yelling, J.A. 1986: Slums and slum clearance in Victorian London.
Goldsmith, M. and Villadsen, S. editors, 1986: Urban political theory and the management of fiscal stress.
Newton, K. and Karran, T.J. 1985: The politics of local expenditure.
Keeble, D. and Wever, E. editors, 1986: New firms and regional development in Europe.
Storey, D.J. editor, 1985: Small firms in regional economic development: Britain, Ireland and the United States.
Rosen, C.M. 1986: The limits of power: great fires and the process of city growth in America.
Sancton, A. 1985: Governing the island of Montreal: language differences and metropolitan politics.
Short, J.R., Fleming, S. and Witt, S. 1986: Housebuilding, planning and community action.
Smyth, H. 1985: Property companies and the construction industry in Britain.
Swanstrom, T. 1985: The crisis of growth politics.
Szajkowski, B. editor, 1986: Marxist local governments in western Europe and Japan: politics, economics and society.
Szelenyi, I. editor, 1984: Cities in recession: critical responses to the urban policies of the New Right.
Thomas, A.D. 1986: Housing and urban renewal ‐ residential decay and revitalization in the private sector.
White, J. 1986: The worst street in north London.
Yago, G. 1984: The decline of transit.