Boletín de resúmenes

Título: Public Space and Urban Justice
Autor/es: Matej Nikšič and Ceren Sezer
Localización: BUILT ENVIRONMENT, ISSN 0263-7960, Vol.43, n.2, 2017, págs. 165-172

Resumen: Over the last decade, public space has received increasing attention and debate in urban research, policy and public debate as a facilitator of urban justice. The 2008 economic crisis underlined these debates, which questioned the role of economic competitiveness as a global socio-economic model shaping the cities along with profit-oriented developments. They addressed the distribution of income inequalities (Buitelaar et al., 2016) as one of the central issues to be challenged in contemporary and future urban planning.