Andrew Karvonen. 2017. Book Review–The Politics of Evidence: From Evidence-Based Policy to the Good Governance of Evidence by Justin Parkhurst, LSE Review of Books (online)
Andrew Karvonen. 2017. Book review–The Politics of Green Transformations, edited by Ian Scoones, Melissa Leach, and Peter Newell, Local Environment 22(7): 904-906.
Andrew Karvonen. 2015. Book Review – Eco-Cities and the Transition to Low Carbon Economies by Federico Caprotti, LSE Review of Books (online)
Andrew Karvonen. 2014. Book Review – The Sage Handbook of Architectural Theory edited by C. Greig Crysler, Stephen Cairns and Hilde Heynen, Progress in Human Geography 38(4): 624-625.
Andrew Karvonen. 2014. Book Review – The Greening of Architecture: A Critical History and Survey of Contemporary Sustainable Architecture and Urban Design by Phillip James Tabb and A. Senem Deviren, LSE Review of Books (online)
Andrew Karvonen. 2014.Book Review – The New Science of Cities by Michael Batty, LSE Review of Books (online)
Andrew Karvonen. 2011. Book Review – Urban Assemblages: How Actor-Network Theory Changes Urban Studies, Space and Culture (online)
Andrew Karvonen. 2011. Book Review – Toward the Healthy City: People, Places, and the Politics of Urban Planning by Jason Corburn, International Journal of Urban and Regional Research 35(2): 469-470.
Andrew Karvonen. 2009. Book Review – Rachel Carson: Legacy and Challenge edited by Lisa H. Sideris and Kathleen Dean Moore, Technology and Culture 50: 924-926
Andrew Karvonen. 2008. Book Review–Design on the Edge: The Making of a High-Performance Building by David W. Orr, Environmental Ethics 30: 105-106
Andrew Karvonen. 2008. Book Review – The Gentle Subversive: Rachel Carson, Silent Spring, and the Rise of the Environmental Movement by Mark Hamilton Lytle, Technology and Culture 49: 242-244
Andrew Karvonen. 2006. Book Review – Unbuilding Cities: Obduracy in Urban Sociotechnical Change by Anique Hommels, Planning Forum 12:122-125
Andrew Karvonen. 2005. Book Review – Social Power and the Urbanization of Water: Flows of Power by Erik Swyngedouw, Planning Forum 11:91-92