Special Issues

International Journal of Urban and Regional Research
Volume 38, Issue 2, pages 379-470
Urban Laboratories: Experiments in Reworking Cities
Edited by Andrew Karvonen and Bas van Heur

  • Urban Laboratories: Experiments in Reworking Cities, Andrew Karvonen and Bas van Heur
  • Experiments and Counter-Experiments in the Urban Laboratory of Water- Supply Partnerships in India, Govind Gopakumar
  • ‘Give Me a Laboratory and I Will Lower Your Carbon Footprint!’ — Urban Laboratories and the Governance of Low-Carbon Futures, James Evans and Andrew Karvonen
  • Planning and Experimental Knowledge Production: Zeche Zollverein as an Urban Laboratory, Philipp Dorstewitz
  • Houses of Experiment: Modern Housing and the Will to Laboratorization, Ignaz Strebel and Jane M. Jacobs

Energy Policy
Volume 84, pages 191-256
Conditioning Demand: Older People, Thermal Comfort and Low-Carbon Housing
Edited by Simon Guy, Alan Lewis and Andrew Karvonen

  • Conditioning demand: older people, thermal comfort and low-carbon housing,  Simon Guy, Alan Lewis and Andrew Karvonen
  • Sustainable thermal technologies and care homes: Productive alignment or risky investment?, Louis Neven, Gordon Walker and Sam Brown
  • Designing for an imagined user: Provision for thermal comfort in energy-efficient extra-care housing, Alan Lewis
  • Negotiating comfort in low energy housing: The politics of intermediation, Catherine Grandclément, Andrew Karvonen and Simon Guy
  • The changing landscape of thermal experience and warmth in older people’s dwellings, Christopher Tweed, Nicholas Humes and Gabriela Zapata-Lancaster
  • Embodied thermal environments: an examination of older-people’s sensory experiences in a variety of residential types, Victoria Henshaw and Simon Guy
  • Living with low carbon technologies: An agenda for sharing and comparing qualitative energy research, Karen Bickerstaff, Patrick Devine-Wright and Catherine Butler
  • Low carbon thermal technologies in an ageing society – What are the issues?, Rosie Day

Local Environment
Volume 24, Issue 7, pages 557-661
Smart and Sustainable Cities: Pipedreams, Practicalities and Possibilities
Edited by James Evans, Andrew Karvonen, Andres Luque-Ayala, Chris Martin, Kes McCormick, Rob Raven and Yuliya Voytenko Palgan

  • Smart and sustainable cities? Pipedreams, practicalities and possibilities by James Evans , Andrew Karvonen, Andres Luque-Ayala, Chris Martin, Kes McCormick, Rob Raven and Yuliya Voytenko Palgan
  • Thinking critically about smart city experimentation: entrepreneurialism and responsibilization in urban living labs by Anthony M. Levenda
  • The promise of smart grids by Heather Lovell
  • Smart meter data and equitable energy transitions – can cities play a role? by Jess Britton
  • Stretching “smart”: advancing health and well-being through the smart city agenda by Gregory Trencher and Andrew Karvonen
  • Urban sharing in smart cities: the cases of Berlin and London by Lucie Zvolska, Matthias Lehner, Yuliya Voytenko Palgan, Oksana Mont & Andrius Plepys
  • Smart and eco-cities in India and China by Johanna I. Höffken & Agnes Limmer

Urban Planning
Urban Planning and the Smart City: Projects, Practices and Politics 
Edited by Andrew Karvonen, Matthew Cook and Håvard Haarstad

Frontiers in Sustainable Cities: Governance and Cities
Platform Urbanism and the Governance of Cities
Edited by James Evans, Andrew Karvonn and Bas van Heur