Volume 19  Issue 1  March 1995




Urban Affairs Quarterly/Urban Affairs Review

Global Toyotaism and Local Development

Black Market Work in the European Community: Peripheral Work for Peripheral Localities?

Responses to Spatial Rigidity in Urban Transformation: Korean Business Experience in Los Angeles*

Business Goes Local: Dissecting the ‘Business Agenda’ in Manchester*

Liberalism, Marxism and Urban and Regional Studies

Out and About: Geographies of Lesbian Landscapes*

The Origins of Modern Environmental Activism in Puerto Rico in the 1960s

The Politics of Urban Growth: ‘Boosterism’ and ‘Nimbyism’ in European Boom Regions*

How to abolish social housing? The Dutch case

Book Reviews

Book Reviews

Shorter Reviews