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Global Transferability of Policies, Models and Methods, 2017/18, Semester 2
Paul Timms
Tutor information is taken from the Module Catalogue

Policy transfer in transport studies

Attard, M., Enoch, M., 2011. Policy transfer and the introduction of road pricing in Valletta, Malta. Transport policy. ISSN: 0967-070X 18, 544–553

Ayataç H, 2007. The International Diffusion of Planning Ideas: The Case of Istanbul, Turkey. Journal of Planning History ISSN: 1538-5132 6:2 114-137

Bok R, 2015. Airports on the move? The policy mobilities of Singapore Changi Airport at home and abroad. Urban studies. ISSN: 0042-0980 52(14) 1558-1576

Bray, D.J., Taylor, M.A.P., Scrafton, D., 2011. Transport policy in Australia—Evolution, learning and policy transfer. Transport policy. ISSN: 0967-070X 18 522–532

Bulkeley, H., 2006. Urban sustainability: learning from best practice? Environment and planning. A : environment and planning. ISSN: 0308-518x 38, 1029-1044

Colomb, C., 2007. The added value of transnational cooperation: Towards a new framework for evaluating learning and policy change. Planning practice and research ISSN: 0269-7459 22(3), 347-372.

De Jong, M., Edelenbos, J., 2007. An insider´s look into policy transfer in transnational expert networks. European planning studies. ISSN: 0965-4313 15(5), 687-706

Dolowitz, D., Marsh, D., 1996. Who learns what from whom: A review of the policy transfer literature. Political studies. ISSN: 0032-3217; 1467-9248 44(2), 343-357

Dolowitz, D., Marsh, D., 2000. Learning from abroad: The role of policy transfer in contemporary policy-making. Governance. ISSN: 0952-1895 13(1), 5-24.

James, O., Lodge, M., 2003. The limitations of ‘policy transfer’ and ‘lesson drawing’ for public policy research. Political studies review. ISSN: 1478-9299; 1478-9302 1(3), 179-193

Lucas, K., Currie, G., 2012. Developing socially inclusive transportation policy: transferring the United Kingdom policy approach to the State of Victoria? Transportation. ISSN: 0049-4488 39, 151–173

Macário, R., Marques, C.F., 2008. Transferability of sustainable urban mobility measures. Research in transportation economics. ISBN: 0892322721 (v.1); 0892325925 (v.2); 0892326913 (v.3); 155938915X (v.4); 0762302232 (v.5); 0739-8859 22(1) 146–156

Marsden, G., Stead, D., 2011. Policy transfer and learning in the field of transport: A review of concepts and evidence. Transport policy. ISSN: 0967-070X 18 492–500

Marsden G, Frick K T, May A D, Deakin E, 2012 “Bounded rationality in policy learning amongst cities: Lessons from the transport sector” Environment and planning. A : environment and planning. ISSN: 0308-518x 44 905–920

McCann, E., Ward, K., 2012. Assembling urbanism: following policies and `studying through' the sites and situations of policy making. Environment and planning. A : environment and planning 44, 42 51

Olsen S, Fearnley N, 2014 “Policy transfer of public transport funding schemes - the case of Norway” Research in transportation economics. ISBN: 0892322721 (v.1); 0892325925 (v.2); 0892326913 (v.3); 155938915X (v.4); 0762302232 (v.5); 0739-8859 48 429-433

Park C, Wilding M, Chung C, 2014 “The importance of feedback: Policy transfer, translation and the role of communication” Policy studies. ISSN: 0144-2872 35:4 397-412

Parkes S D, Marsden G, Shaheen S A, Cohen A P, 2013 “Understanding the diffusion of public bikesharing systems: evidence from Europe and North America” Journal of transport geography. ISSN: 0966-6923 31 94–103

Peck J, 2011. Geographies of policy: From transfer-diffusion to mobility-mutation. Progress in human geography. ISSN: 0309-1325 35(6) 773–797

Pojani D, Stead D, 2014. Going Dutch? The export of sustainable land-use and transport planning concepts from the Netherlands. Urban studies. ISSN: 0042-0980 52(9) 1558-1576

Stead, D., de Jong, M., Reinholde, I., 2008. Urban transport policy transfer in Central and Eastern Europe. DisP : the planning review. ISSN: 0251-3625  44(1), 62-73

Timms, P. M., 2011. Urban transport policy transfer: ‘top down’ and ‘bottom up’ perspectives. Transport policy. ISSN: 0967-070X 18(3) 513-521

Timms P M, 2014. Transferability of urban freight transport measures: a case study of Cariacica (Brazil).  Research in Transportation Business & Management ISSN: 2210-5395 11  63-74

Wood A, 2014a. Learning through policy tourism: circulating bus rapid transit from South America to South Africa. Environment and planning. A : environment and planning. ISSN: 0308-518x 46 2654 – 2669

Wood A, 2014b. The Politics of Policy Circulation: Unpacking the Relationship between South African and South American Cities in the Adoption of Bus Rapid Transit. Antipode. ISSN: 0066-4812 47(4) 1062-1079



Chalana M. & Sprague T.S. (2013) Beyond Le Corbusier and the modernist city: reframing Chandigarh's ‘World Heritage’ legacy, Planning Perspectives ISSN: 0266-5433, 28:2, 199-222

Dunn N., Cureton P, Pollastri S. (2014) A visual history of the future. UK Government’s Foresight Future of Cities Project. Available online

Hall P. (2014) Cities of Tomorrow: An Intellectual History of Urban Planning and Design Since 1880, 4th Edition. Wiley-Blackwell.

ITDP (2015) A global high shift cycling scenario.

Perera N. (2004) Contesting visions: hybridity, liminality and authorship of the Chandigarh plan, Planning Perspectives ISSN: 0266-5433, 19:2, 175-199

Pinder D. (2005) Visions of the city : utopianism, power, and politics in twentieth-century urbanism ISBN: 0415953111 (pb : alk. paper); 0415953103 (hb : alk. paper). Edinburgh University Press.

Pow C.P. (2014) License to travel, City : analysis of urban trends, culture, theory, policy, action. ISSN: 1360-4813, 18:3, 287-306

This list was last updated on 23/04/2018