Book reviewed in this article:
Aydalot, P. and Keeble, D. editors, 1988: High technology industry and innovative environments: the European experience.
Ball, M., Harloe, M. and Martens, M. 1988: Housing and social change in Europe and the USA.
Champion, A.G., Green, A., Owen, D., Ellin, D. and Coombes, M. 1987: Changing places: Britain’s demographic, economic and social complexion.
Cochrane, A. editor, 1987: Developing local economic strategies.
Elkins, T.H. with Hofmeister, B. 1988: Berlin: the spatial structure of a divided city.
Forbes, D. and Thrift, N. editors, 1987: The socialist third world. Urban development and territorial planning.
Gurr, T.R. and King, D. 1987: The state and the city.
Hall, P. and Preston, P. 1988: The carrier wave. New information technology and the geography of innovation, 1846–2003.
Häußermann, H. and Siebel, W. 1987: Neue Urbanität.
Markusen, A.R. 1987: Regions: the economics and politics of territory.
Marshall, G., Newby, H., Rose, D. and Vogler, C. 1988: Social class in modern Britain.
Mullings, L. editor, 1987: Cities of the United States: studies in urban anthropology.
Palma, J.C. editor, 1986; Los movimientos sociales en Puebla, 2 volumes.
Parkinson, M., Foley, B. and Judd, D. editors 1988: Regenerating the cities: the UK crisis and the American experience.
Power, A. 1987: Property before people: the management of twentieth‐century council housing.
Relph, E. 1987: The modern urban landscape.
Schaffer, D. 1988: Two centuries of American planning.
Smith, D. 1988: The Chicago School: a liberal critique of capitalism.