Urban Studies Journal

Editor-in-Chief:
Jon Bannister, Manchester Metropolitan University, UK

Managing Editors:
Andrew Cumbers, University of Glasgow, UK
Tony O' Sullivan, Newhaven Research, UK
Ronan Paddison, University of Glasgow, UK

Editors:
Chris Leishman, Heriot Watt University, UK
Danny MacKinnon, Newcastle University, UK
Mark Stephens, Heriot Watt University, UK

Reviews Editor:
Gesa Helms, University of Glasgow, UK

Global South Editor:
Vanessa Watson, University of Cape Town, South Africa

North American Editors:
Jenny Schuetz, Federal Reserve Board of Governors, USA
Andrejs Skaburskis, Queen's University, Canada
Michael Timberlake, University of Utah, USA 

Chinese Editors:
Shenjing He, The University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong


2015 Impact Factor: 1.934
2015 Ranking: 36/104 in Environmental Studies | 8/39 in Urban Studies
2016 Release of Journal Citation Reports, Source: 2015 Web of Science Data


Urban Studies is the leading interdisciplinary journal for critical urban research and issues. Since it was first published in 1964 to provide an international forum for research into the fields of urban and regional studies, the journal has expanded to encompass the increasing range of disciplines and approaches that have been brought to bear on urban and regional issues. Contents include original articles, notes and comments, and a comprehensive book review section. Original articles may include the occasional ‘state of the art’ article, consisting of an analytical review of the major strands of contemporary thinking in a given topic area, supported by an extended bibliography of the topic. Regular contributions are drawn from the fields of economics, planning, political science, statistics, geography, sociology, population studies and public administration. All articles are anonymously peer-reviewed.

To find out more about the aims and scope of the journal, view this video with Ronan Paddison.
Urban Studies is published in association with Urban Studies Journal Limited.

Electronic access:
Urban Studies
is available electronically on SAGE Journals Online at http://usj.sagepub.com  

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