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Adams, Timothy; Gerber, Jean-David; Amacker, Michèle; Haller, Tobias (2018). Who gains from contract farming? Dependencies, power relations, and institutional change. The journal of peasant studies, 46(7), pp. 1435-1457. Taylor & Francis 10.1080/03066150.2018.1534100

Afzali, Minou (14 November 2015). Vorstellung des Forschungsschwerpunktes Kommunikationsdesign und MAS Signaletik - Environmental Communication Design der Hochschule der Künste Bern, u.a. Vorstellung der Studie CommuniCare (Unpublished). In: Tagung Raumwelten - Plattform für Szenografie, Architektur und Medien. Bern. 14.11.2015.

Afzali, Minou (1 June 2015). Leben im Quartier. Von der Nutzung des Stadtraumes (Unpublished). In: CH-Netzwerkwoche "Räume, Grenzen Settings - der Stadtraum als Labor der Kunstvermittlung". Hochschule der Künste Bern. 01.06.2015.

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Baeriswyl, Armand (2014). Zähringer und Bären. Die Gründungslegende und der aktuelle Forschungsstand zur Entstehung der Stadt Bern. In: Bäschlin, Elisabeth; Mayer, Heike; Hasler, Martin (eds.) Bern. Stadt und Region. Die Entwicklung im Spiegel der Forschung. Jahrbuch der Geographischen Gesellschaft Bern: Vol. 64 (pp. 187-204). Bern: Geographische Gesellschaft Bern

Balmer, Ivo (2017). Neue lokale Wohnungspolitiken in der Schweiz? Fallstudien zu Auswirkungen von wohnungspolitischen Initiativen. In: Barbehön, Marlon; Münch, Sybille (eds.) Variationen des Städtischen – Variationen lokaler Politik. Stadtforschung aktuell (pp. 63-89). Wiesbaden: Springer VS

Balmer, Ivo; Bernet, Tobias (2015). Housing as a Common Resource? Decommodification and Self-Organization in Housing - Examples from Germany and Switzerland. In: Dellenbaugh, Mary; Kip, Markus; Bienick, Majken; Müller, Agnes Katharina; Schwegmann, Martin (eds.) Urban Commons. Moving Beyond State and Market. Bauwelt Fundamente: Vol. 154 (pp. 178-195). Basel: Birkhäuser

Balmer, Ivo; Bernet, Tobias (2016). Strategien für bezahlbares Wohnen. Städtische Politik und genossenschaftliche Selbstorganisation. Widerspruch - Beiträge zu sozialistischer Politik(68), pp. 127-140. Rotpunktverlag

Balmer, Ivo; Bernet, Tobias (2017). Selbstverwaltet bezahlbar wohnen? Potentiale und Herausforderungen genossenschaftlicher Wohnprojekte. In: Schönig, Barbara; Kadi, Justin; Schipper, Sebastian (eds.) Wohnraum für Alle?! Perspektiven auf Planung, Politik und Architektur (pp. 259-279). Bielefeld: Transcript

Balmer, Ivo; Gerber, Jean-David (2017). Why are housing cooperatives successful? Insights from Swiss affordable housing policy. Housing studies, 33(3), pp. 361-385. Taylor & Francis 10.1080/02673037.2017.1344958

Bandi, Monika (2014). Kongressstandort Bern. Touristische Voraussetzungen und regionalökonomische Bedeutung. In: Bäschlin, Elisabeth; Mayer, Heike; Hasler, Martin (eds.) Bern. Stadt und Region. Die Entwicklung im Spiegel der Forschung. Jahrbuch der Geographischen Gesellschaft Bern: Vol. 64 (pp. 69-92). Bern: Geographische Gesellschaft Bern

Baumgartner, Daniel; Mayer, Heike (2014). Idealisierter Rückzugsraum oder raumplanerische Restmenge? Ein raumwissenschaftliches Porträt des ländlichen Raums der Schweiz aus unterschiedlichen Perspektiven. SozialAktuell(4), pp. 10-14. Schweizerischer Berufsverband Soziale Arbeit SBS

Baumgartner, Daniel; Schulz, Tobias; Seidl, Irmi (2013). Quantifying entrepreneurship and its impact on local economic performance: A spatial assessment in rural Switzerland. Entrepreneurship & Regional Development, 25(3-4), pp. 222-250. Routledge 10.1080/08985626.2012.710266

Bauriedl, Sybille; Schurr, Carolin (2014). Zusammenprall der Identitäten. Soziale und kulturelle Differenz in Städten aus Sicht der feministischen Forschung. In: Vogelpohl, Anne; Oßenbrügge, Jürgen (eds.) Theorien in der Raum- und Stadtforschung? Eine Einführung (pp. 136-155). Münster: Westfälisches Dampfboot

Bauriedl, Sybille; Schurr, Carolin; Kaspar, Heidi (2013). Vorwort zu Feministisches Geo-RundMail Nr. 55. Feministisches Geo-RundMail(55), p. 1.

Brockhaus, Darius; Wintzer, Jeannine (2018). Mapping Interactions – Wirklichkeitskonstruktion durch Onlinekarten. sozialraum.de(1/2018)

Bruneau, Irene; Köhler Schneider, Katja (2014). Der Einzug der Moderne in die Berner Altstadt. Von moderner Architektur und öffentlicher Kunst um 1940. In: Bäschlin, Elisabeth; Mayer, Heike; Hasler, Martin (eds.) Bern. Stadt und Region. Die Entwicklung im Spiegel der Forschung. Jahrbuch der Geographischen Gesellschaft Bern: Vol. 64 (pp. 205-241). Bern: Geographische Gesellschaft Bern

Brunner, Bernadette; Oester Znoj, Kathrin; Fiechter, Ursula (2014). Bern West. Ein Sozialraum aus Sicht der Jugendlichen. In: Bäschlin, Elisabeth; Mayer, Heike; Hasler, Martin (eds.) Bern. Stadt und Region. Die Entwicklung im Spiegel der Forschung. Jahrbuch der Geographischen Gesellschaft Bern: Vol. 64 (pp. 97-118). Bern: Geographische Gesellschaft Bern

Brydges, Taylor; Hracs, Brian (2018). The locational choices and interregional mobilities of creative entrepreneurs within Canada’s fashion system. Regional studies, 53(4), pp. 517-527. Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group 10.1080/00343404.2018.1478410

Brydges, Taylor; Hracs, Brian J. (2018). Consuming Canada: How fashion firms leverage the landscape to create and communicate brand identities, distinction and values. Geoforum, 90, pp. 108-118. Elsevier 10.1016/j.geoforum.2018.01.022

Brändle, Silvia; Wigger, Philipp; Buchmüller, Regula (2014). Die Stadt Bern wächst. Herausforderungen für die Wohnstadt Bern. In: Bäschlin, Elisabeth; Mayer, Heike; Hasler, Martin (eds.) Bern. Stadt und Region. Die Entwicklung im Spiegel der Forschung. Jahrbuch der Geographischen Gesellschaft Bern: Vol. 64 (pp. 31-50). Bern: Geographische Gesellschaft Bern

Brönnimann, Stefan; Wintzer, Jeannine (2018). Society and history imprint climate data. Nature, 554(7693), p. 423. Springer Nature 10.1038/d41586-018-02201-z

Bürcher, Sandra (2017). Regional engagement of locally anchored firms and its influence on socio-economic development in two peripheral regions over time. Entrepreneurship & Regional Development, 29(7-8), pp. 692-714. Routledge 10.1080/08985626.2017.1330903

Bürcher, Sandra; Habersetzer, Antoine Jean; Mayer, Heike (2015). Entrepreneurship in Peripheral Regions: A Relational Perspective (CRED Research Paper 6). Bern: Centre for Regional Economic Develompment, University of Bern

Bürcher, Sandra; Habersetzer, Antoine Jean; Mayer, Heike (2016). Entrepreneurship in peripheral regions: A relational perspective. In: Mack, Elizabeth A.; Qian, Haifeng (eds.) Geographies of Entrepreneurship. Routledge studies in human geography (pp. 143-164). New York: Routledge

Bürcher, Sandra; Mayer, Heike (2018). Are there differences in social capital related to corporate regional engagement in dynamic and less dynamic non-core regions? European planning studies, 26(2), pp. 342-364. Taylor & Francis 10.1080/09654313.2017.1361604

Bürgin, Reto (2019). Lucius Burckhardt als Vordenker eines sozio-materiellen Raumverständnisses. In: Kurath, Monika; Bürgin, Reto (eds.) Planung ist unsichtbar: Stadtplanung zwischen relationaler Designtheorie und Akteur-Netzwerk-Theorie (pp. 39-66). Bielefeld: transcript Verlag 10.14361/9783839448533-002

Bürgin, Reto; Saalfrank, Claudia; Bossert, Markus (2018). Basel : Eine kleine Stadt hinter den Gleisen. In: Graf, Katharina; Reichle, Niklaus (eds.) Hinter den Gleisen (pp. 219-236). Zürich: Seismo Verlag

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Cortright, James; Mayer, Heike; Provo, John; Seltzer, Ethan (2003). A Regional Economic Development Strategy for our Region? In: Institute of Portland Metropolitan Studies, (ed.) Metropolitan Briefing Book 2003 (pp. 31-38). Portland: Portland State University

Cortright, Joseph; Mayer, Heike (2000). The Ecology of the Silicon Forest Portland, OR: Institute for Portland Metropolitan Studies, Portland State University

Cortright, Joseph; Mayer, Heike (February 2000). Spin-offs, Startups and Fast Growth Firms in the Portland Regional Economy (Regional Connections Project 3). Portland, OR: Institute for Portland Metropolitan Studies, Portland University

Cortright, Joseph; Mayer, Heike (February 2000). Portland’s Knowledge-Based Economy (Regional Connections Project). Portland, OR: Institute for Portland Metropolitan Studies, Portland State University

Cortright, Joseph; Mayer, Heike (October 1999). Overview of the Silicon Forest (Regional Connections Project 1). Institute for Portland Metropolitan Studies, Portland State University

Cortright, Joseph; Mayer, Heike (2001). High Tech Specialization: A Comparison of High Technology Centers Washington D.C.: The Brookings Institution, Center on Urban and Metropolitan Policy

Cortright, Joseph; Mayer, Heike (2002). Signs of life: The growth of biotechnology centers in the U.S Washington D.C.: The Brookings Institution, Center on Urban and Metropolitan Policy

Cortright, Joseph; Mayer, Heike (2004). Increasingly Rank: The Use and Misuse of Rankings in Economic Development. Economic development quarterly, 18(1), pp. 34-43. Sage Publications 10.1177/0891242403260285

Cowell, Margaret; Mayer, Heike (2013). Anchor Institutions and Disenfranchised Communities: Lessons for DHS and St. Elizabeths. In: Patterson, Kelly; Silverman, Robert M. (eds.) Schools and Urban Revitalization: Rethinking Institutions and Community Development. The community development research and practice series: Vol. 1 (pp. 86-105). New York: Routledge

Cowell, Margaret; Mayer, Heike (2016). Anchoring a Federal Agency in a Washington, D.C. Community: The Department of Homeland Security and St. Elizabeths. In: Hyra, Derek; Prince, Sabiyha (eds.) Capital Dilemma: Growth and Inequality in Washington, D.C. (pp. 207-224). New York: Routledge

Credit, Kevin; Mack, Elizabeth A.; Mayer, Heike (2018). State of the field: Data and metrics for geographic analyses of entrepreneurial ecosystems. Geography compass, 12(9), e12380. Wiley-Blackwell 10.1111/gec3.12380

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Debrunner, Gabriela (2018). Zwischennutzung als neue Wohnform für einkommenschwache Wohnungssuchende in Schweizer Städten. GeoAgenda(2018/3), pp. 22-25. Verband Geographie Schweiz (ASG)

Debrunner, Gabriela (February 2018). The New Business of Interim Housing - The Case of Zurich, Switzerland. In: PLPR - Planning, Law, and Property Rights, Conference. Novi Sad, Serbia. February 2018.

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Egli, Hans-Rudolf (2014). Zwischen Stadt und Land. Die Suburbanisierung der Region Wohlensee. In: Bäschlin, Elisabeth; Mayer, Heike; Hasler, Martin (eds.) Bern. Stadt und Region. Die Entwicklung im Spiegel der Forschung. Jahrbuch der Geographischen Gesellschaft Bern: Vol. 64 (pp. 51-67). Bern: Geographische Gesellschaft Bern

Eigenschenk, Barbara (2012). Entstehung von Sport-Destinationen: Potenziale und Entwicklungsmöglichkeiten von Natursport-Destinationen – Eine Analyse am Beispiel der Sportart Klettern. In: Kähler, Robin S.; Ziemainz, Jana (eds.) Sporträume neu denken und entwickeln. Abstractband der 4. und 5. Jahrestagung der dvs-Kommission „Sport und Raum“. Schriften der Deutschen Vereinigung für Sportwissenschaft: Vol. 225 (pp. 210-217). Hamburg: Feldhaus (Edition Czwalina)

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Filep, Béla (2013). Sprache als Mittel der „Grenzüberschreitung“ – von Hürden und vom „Brücken bauen“ in multikulturellen Regionen der Slowakei und Serbiens. In: Filep, Béla; Varadi, Monika Maria; Walter, Martin; Wastl, Rudolf (eds.) Grenzüberschreitende Nachbarschaften. Festschrift für Doris Wastl-Walter. Klagenfurter Geographische Schriften: Vol. 29 (pp. 27-31). Klagenfurt: Institut für Geographie und Regionalforschung

Filep, Béla; Varadi, Monika Maria; Walter, Martin; Wastl, Rudolf (2013). Einführung der Herausgeber. In: Filep, Béla; Varadi, Monika Maria; Walter, Martin; Wastl, Rudolf (eds.) Grenzüberschreitende Nachbarschaften. Festschrift Doris Wastl-Walter. Klagenfurter Geographische Schriften: Vol. 29 (pp. 11-14). Klagenfurt: Institut für Geographie und Regionalforschung

Finger, Sascha (2013). Ungarische Sexarbeiterinnen in Zürich zwischen Marginalisierung und Selbstbestimmung. In: Filep, Béla; Váradi, Monika M.; Walter, Martin; Wastl, Rudolf (eds.) Grenzüberschreitende Nachbarschaften. Festschrift für Doris Wastl-Walter. Klagenfurter Geographische Schriften: Vol. 29 (pp. 96-105). Klagenfurt: Institut für Geographie und Regionalforschung

Finger, Sascha (2013). Prostitúciós terek performativitása - szexmunkások és a nyilvános tér Magyarországon. TÉR ÉS TÁRSADALOM / SPACE AND SOCIETY, 27(4), pp. 115-134. MTA

Finger, Sascha (2016). Sex-work and Mobility as a Coping Strategy for Marginalized Hungarian Roma Women. ACME: An International E-Journal for Critical Geographies, 15(1), pp. 104-128. University of British Columbia, Okanagan

Finger, Sascha (2016). Carpe noctem: Forschen auf dem Strich – Reflexion ethischer und methodologischer Hürden. Geographica Helvetica, 71(3), pp. 199-209. Copernicus Publications 10.5194/gh-71-199-2016

Finger, Sascha (2017). Ungarische Romnjia als Sexarbeiterinnen in Zürich. Prostitution und transnationale Mobilität als Bewältigungsstrategien gesellschaftlicher Marginalisierung. Südwestdeutscher Verlag für Hochschulschriften

Fischli, Melchior (2013). Umbau der Stadtbilder: Die Modernisierung der Stadt und die Entdeckung des mittelalterlichen Florenz. In: , (ed.) Florenz! (pp. 333-336). München: Hirmer

Fischli, Melchior (23 August 2013). Retuschen am Stadtbild: Altstadtsanierung und Identitätspolitik in der Schweiz der 1930er bis 1950er Jahre (Unpublished). In: Zweiter Schweizerischer Kongress für Kunstgeschichte. Universität Lausanne. 22.–24.8.2013.

Fischli, Melchior (1 February 2014). Stadtbilder entwerfen? – Strategien des Umgangs mit Altstädten in der deutschen und italienischen Debatte um 1900 (Unpublished). In: Gebaute Stadt / dargestellte Stadt. Die Aktualität einer Kultur- und Kunstgeschichte des Urbanen. Ruhr-Universität Bochum. 30.1.–1.2.2014.

Fischli, Melchior (2014). Die Sanierung der Heimat. Arbeitsbeschaffung, Identitätspolitik und das schweizerische Bauerbe in den Jahren des Zweiten Weltkriegs. Zeitschrift für Schweizerische Archäologie und Kunstgeschichte ZAK, 71(1), pp. 35-60. Schwegler

Fournier Kiss, Corinne (2007). La Ville européenne dans la littérature fantastique du tournant du siècle (1860-1915). Lausanne: L'Age d'homme

Frey, Thomas; Flury, Philipp (2007). "Wie würden Sie die Alpen überqueren?" Digitales Informationsterminal zu realisierten und projektierten alpenquerenden Eisenbahnen, im Rahmen der Sonderausstellung "Alpenqueren" im Verkehrshaus der Schweiz, Luzern.

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Gerber, Jean-David (2016). The managerial turn and municipal land-use planning in Switzerland – evidence from practice. Planning Theory & Practice, 17(2), pp. 192-209. Taylor & Francis 10.1080/14649357.2016.1161063

Gerber, Jean-David (2018). Regional Nature Parks in Switzerland: Between top-Down and Bottom-Up Institution Building for Landscape Management. Human ecology, 46(1), pp. 65-77. Springer 10.1007/s10745-017-9913-6

Gerber, Jean-David (2018). A Swiss perspective on time-limited property rights: Strategic use for active land policy. In: Gerber, Jean-David; Hartmann, Thomas; Hengstermann, Andreas (eds.) Instruments of Land Policy. Dealing with Scarity of Land. Urban Planning and Environment (pp. 260-264). Routledge

Gerber, Jean-David; Bandi, Monika (2018). The role of Alpine development regimes in the development of second homes: Preliminary lessons from Switzerland. Land use policy, 77, pp. 859-870. Elsevier Science 10.1016/j.landusepol.2017.09.017

Gerber, Jean-David; Debrunner, Gabriela (11 July 2018). The Commodification of Interim Housing - The Case of Zurich, Switzerland (Unpublished). In: AESOP Planning Conference. Gothenburg, Sweden. July 2018.

Gerber, Jean-David; Gerber, Julien-François (2017). Decommodification as a foundation for ecological economics. Ecological economics, 131, pp. 551-556. Elsevier 10.1016/j.ecolecon.2016.08.030

Gerber, Jean-David; Hartmann, Thomas; Hengstermann, Andreas (2018). Planning with or against property rights. In: Gerber, Jean-David; Hartmann, Thomas; Hengstermann, Andreas (eds.) Instruments of Land Policy - Dealing with Scarcity of Land. Urban Planning and Environment (pp. 337-349). Routledge

Gerber, Jean-David; Hengstermann, Andreas; Viallon, François-Xavier (2018). Land policy – how to deal with scarcity of land. In: Gerber, Jean-David; Hartmann, Thomas; Hengstermann, Andreas (eds.) Instruments of Land Policy - Dealing with Scarcity of Land. Urban Planning and Environment (pp. 8-26). Routledge

Gerber, Jean-David; Hess, Gérald (2017). From landscape resources to landscape commons: focussing on the non-utility values of landscape. International journal of the commons, 11(2), pp. 708-732. Utrecht University Library Open Access Journals 10.18352/ijc.745

Gerber, Jean-David; Nahrath, Stéphane (2013). Beitrag zur Entwicklung eines Ressourcenansatzes der Nachhaltigkeit: eine Diskussion am Beispiel der Regulation der Bodenressource in der Schweiz (CRED Research Paper 3). Center for Regional Economic Development

Gerber, Jean-David; Nahrath, Stéphane; Hartmann, Thomas (2017). The strategic use of time-limited property rights in land-use planning: Evidence from Switzerland. Environment and planning A, 49(7), pp. 1684-1703. Sage Publications 10.1177/0308518X17701916

Gerber, Jean-David; Rodewald, Raimund; Knoepfel, Peter (2007). Gestion durable du paysage. Revue de géographie alpine/Journal of alpine research(95-3), pp. 53-62. Association pour la diffusion de la recherche alpine 10.4000/rga.300

Gestring, Norbert; Ruhne, Renate; Wehrheim, Jan (2014). Einleitung. In: Gestring, Norbert; Ruhne, Renate; Wehrheim, Jan (eds.) Stadt und soziale Bewegungen. Stadt, Raum und Gesellschaft (pp. 7-21). Wiesbaden: Springer

Bürcher, Sandra; Mayer, Heike (2017). Regionales Engagement von Firmen in peripheren Räumen: Regionales Engagement von lokal verankerten Firmen und dessen Einfluss auf die sozio-ökonomische Entwicklung des St. Galler Rheintals und des Toggenburgs (CRED-Bericht 12). Bern: Centre for Regional Economic Development, University of Bern

Bürcher, Sandra; Mayer, Heike (2017). Regionales Engagement von Firmen in peripheren Räumen: Unterscheidet sich das mit dem regionalen Engagement von Firmen verbundene Sozialkapital in dynamischen und weniger dynamischen Regionen in peripheren Räumen? (CRED-Bericht 13). Bern: Centre for Regional Economic Development, University of Bern

Grünenfelder, Julia; Schurr, Carolin (2015). Intersectionality – A challenge for development research and practice? Development in practice, 25(6), pp. 771-784. Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group 10.1080/09614524.2015.1059800

Guex, Delphine; Crevoisier, Olivier (2017). Post-industrial globalization and local milieus: A typology (CRED Research Paper 15). Bern: Centre for Regional Economic Development

Göttler, Christine (2018). 'Sacred Woods': Performing Solitude at the Court of Duke Wilhelm V of Bavaria (In Press). In: Göttler, Christine; Enenkel, Karl A. E. (eds.) Solitudo: Spaces, Places, and Times of Solitude in Late Medieval and Early Modern Cultures. Intersections: Vol. 56. Brill

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Habersetzer, Antoine Jean (2016). Spinoff dynamics beyond clusters: pre-entry experience and firm survival in peripheral regions. Entrepreneurship & Regional Development, 28(9-10), pp. 791-812. Routledge 10.1080/08985626.2016.1250821

Habersetzer, Antoine Jean (2017). The Role of Pre-Entry Experience of Firm Founders in Peripheral Regions: Routines, Business Contacts, and Local Starting Conditions. Growth and change, 48(4), pp. 769-786. Wiley 10.1111/grow.12201

Habersetzer, Antoine Jean; Eriksson, Rikard; Mayer, Heike (2017). Entrepreneurship in the periphery: The role of pre-entry experience and home advantage for newly founded firms (CRED Research Paper 14). Bern: Centre for Regional Economic Development, University of Bern

Habersetzer, Antoine Jean; Grèzes-Bürcher, Sandra; Boschma, Ron; Mayer, Heike (2019). Enterprise-related social capital as a driver of firm growth in the periphery? Journal of rural studies, 65, pp. 143-151. Elsevier 10.1016/j.jrurstud.2018.10.009

Habersetzer, Antoine Jean; Mayer, Heike (2017). Berufserfahrung und Unternehmertum in peripheren Räumen der Schweiz (CRED-Bericht 14). Bern: Centre for Regional Economic Development, University of Bern

Habersetzer, Antoine Jean; Mayer, Heike (2017). Unternehmertum ausserhalb der Metropolräume : Der Einfluss von Berufserfahrung auf Gründungsstrategien (CRED-Bericht 15). Bern: Centre for Regional Economic Development, University of Bern

Hackler, Darrene; Mayer, Heike (2008). DIVERSITY, ENTREPRENEURSHIP, AND THE URBAN ENVIRONMENT. Journal of urban affairs, 30(3), pp. 273-307. Wiley-Blackwell 10.1111/j.1467-9906.2008.00396.x

Haisch, Tina (2012). Regionalwirtschaftliche Ausstrahlung von öffentlichen Forschungseinrichtungen in der Region Basel und der Nordwestschweiz. Basler Beiträge zur Geographie: Vol. 51. Basel: Schwabe

Haisch, Tina (2008). Die Ostschweiz - eine starke Region mit Wachstumsschwächen. Die Volkswirtschaft(7/8), pp. 43-47. SECO und WBF

Haisch, Tina (2013). Cluster development as a function of specific regional externalities in the border region of Basel (Clusterentwicklung in Abhängigkeit spezifischer Standortfaktoren) Basel: metrobasel

Haisch, Tina; Coenen, Frans H.J.M.; Knall, Jessica D.S. (2017). Why do entrepreneurial individuals locate in non-metropolitan regions? International journal of entrepreneurship and innovation management, 21(3), pp. 212-233. Inderscience Publishers 10.1504/IJEIM.2017.10003798

Haisch, Tina; Jakob, Florian; Mayer, Heike (2014). Actor specific resilience in resource-dependent communities: Shock perception and adaptive strategies of different actors in Grindelwald (CRED-Bericht 2). Center for Regional Economic Development, University of Bern

Haisch, Tina; Klöpper, Christof (2015). Location Choices of the Creative Class: Does Tolerance Make a Difference? Journal of urban affairs, 37(3), pp. 233-254. Wiley-Blackwell 10.1111/juaf.12148

Haisch, Tina; Klöpper, Christof (2007). Akademisch Gebildete versus beruflich Kreative : eine Analyse der Wohnstandortwahl Hochqualifizierter in der Region Basel. Geographica Helvetica, 62(2), pp. 75-85. Copernicus Publications 10.5194/gh-62-75-2007

Haisch, Tina; Klöpper, Christof (2008). The Evolution of the Swiss Biotech and Medtech Industry and the Influence of the Pharma-Shaped Innovation System. Revue Géographique de l'Est, 3-4(48), pp. 2-23.

Haisch, Tina; Mayer, Heike; Sager, Fritz (October 2012). Evolution of capital cities economies: Towards a knowledge intensive and thus more resilient economy (Unpublished). In: RSA Research Network Seminar "Four years on: how have capital cities dealt with the crisis". Vadym Hetman Kyiv National Economic University, Kiev. 26.10.2012.

Haisch, Tina; Müller, Urs (2015). Defining and measuring urban regions: A sensitivity analysis. Papers in Regional Science, 94(1), pp. 219-226. Wiley-Blackwell 10.1111/pirs.12043

Haisch, Tina; Müller, Urs; Primhak, Victoria; Schneider-Sliwa, Rita (2010). SEARCH: Structured empirical analysis for convergence regions: identifying success factors for consolidated growth. Final Report ESPON Programme 2013, Targeted Analysis Project 2013/2/4 Neapel: ESPON

Haller, Tobias; Adams, Timothy; Gmür, Désirée Ruth; Käser, Fabian David; Lanz, Kristina Verena; Marfurt, Franziska; Ryser, Sarah; Schubiger, Elisabeth; von Sury, Anna Asha; Gerber, Jean-David (2019). Large Scale Land Acquisition as Commons Grabbing: A comparative study on cases from Africa (In Press). In: Lozny, Ludomir R.; McGovern, Thomas (eds.) Global Perspectives on Long Term Community Resource Management. Studies in Human Ecology and Adaptation: Vol. 11 (pp. 125-164). Berlin, New York: Springer International Publishing

Haller, Tobias; Gerber, Jean-David; Rohr, Christian; Mann, Stefan; Nahrath, Stéphane (8 June 2018). „Kollektives Ressourcenmanagement“ oder „Allmend-Regelwerke“? Überlegungen zu einem interdisziplinären Forschungsprojekt (Unpublished). In: „Pâturages et fôrets collectifs – économie, participation, durabilité“ / „Alpi e boschi comuni – economia, partecipazione, sostentibilità“ / „Kollektive Weiden und Wälder – Ökonomie, Partizipation, Nachhaltigkeit“. Altdorf. 08.-09.06.2018.

Harpel, Ellen; Mayer, Heike; Hackler, Darrene (2007). Identifying Sources of Economic Growth. In: 2007 APA (American Planning Association) National Conference. Amercian Planning Association

Hartmann, Thomas; Gerber, Jean-David (2018). Land, scarity, and property rights. In: Gerber, Jean-David; Hartmann, Thomas; Hengstermann, Andreas (eds.) Instruments of Land Policy. Dealing with Scarity of Land. Urban Planning and Environment (pp. 3-7). Routledge

Hartmann, Thomas; Hengstermann, Andreas (2014). Territorial Cohesion through Spatial Policies: An Analysis with Cultural Theory and Clumsy Solutions. Central European Journal of Public Policy, 8(1), pp. 30-49. Faculty of Social Sciences, Charles University in Prague

Hauser, Felix; Weingartner, Rolf (2014). Oberflächengewässer im urbanen Raum. Aspekte und Entwicklungen am Beispiel der Stadt Bern. In: Bäschlin, Elisabeth; Mayer, Heike; Hasler, Martin (eds.) Bern. Stadt und Region. Die Entwicklung im Spiegel der Forschung. Jahrbuch der Geographischen Gesellschaft Bern: Vol. 64 (pp. 293-325). Bern: Geographische Gesellschaft Bern

Hengstermann, Andreas (2017). Vier Mal die Altstadt von Bern - Räumliche Abschätzung von Lebensmittel-Discounter-Filialen in der Schweiz. Raumplanung - Fachzeitschrift für räumliche Planung und Forschung, 192(4), pp. 44-51. Informationskreis für Raumplanung IfR 10.5281/zenodo.841428

Hengstermann, Andreas (2017). Baugebot und Bauverpflichtung – Vergleich der Regelungen im deutschsprachigen Planungsrecht. Flächenmanagement und Bodenordnung(4), pp. 153-159. Chmielorz

Hengstermann, Andreas (2018). Building obligations in Switzerland: Overcoming the passivity of plan implementation. In: Gerber, Jean-David; Hartmann, Thomas; Hengstermann, Andreas (eds.) Instruments of Land Policy - Dealing with Scarcity of Land. Urban Planning and Environment (pp. 175-188). Routledge

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Kaufmann, David; Warland, Martin Victricius; Mayer, Heike; Sager, Fritz (2016). Bern's positioning strategies: Escaping the fate of a secondary capital city? Cities. The International Journal of Urban Policy and Planning, 53(53), pp. 120-129. Elsevier 10.1016/j.cities.2016.02.005

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Knox, Paul; Mayer, Heike (2013). Small town sustainability: economic, social, and environmental innovation. 2. überarb. Aufl. Basel: Birkhäuser

Knox, Paul; Mayer, Heike (2018). Small town revival in the age of globalisation. Free Market News(26 May), p. 26.

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Makkonen, Teemu; Williams, Allan M.; Habersetzer, Antoine Jean (2018). Foreign board members and firm innovativeness: an exploratory analysis for setting a research agenda. Corporate governance: international journal of business in society, 18(6), pp. 1057-1073. Emerald 10.1108/CG-12-2017-0301

Martin, S.; Mayer, Heike (2008). Sustainability, Clusters, and Competitiveness: Introduction to Focus Section. Economic development quarterly, 22(4), pp. 272-276. Sage Publications 10.1177/0891242408325702

Mayer, Heike (2009). Constructing Competitive Advantage: The Evolution of State R&D Investment Funds in the United States. In: Benesch, Klaus; Zwingenberger, Meike (eds.) Scientific Cultures - Technological Challenges: A Transatlantic Perspective. Publikationen der Bayerischen Amerika-Akademie: Vol. 8 (pp. 165-186). Heidelberg: Universitätsverlag Winter

Mayer, Heike (2013). Entrepreneurship in a Hub-and-Spoke Industrial District: Firm Survey Evidence from Seattle's Technology Industry. Regional studies, 47(10), pp. 1715-1733. Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group 10.1080/00343404.2013.806792

Mayer, Heike (2013). Firm Building and Entrepreneurship in Second-Tier High-Tech Regions. European planning studies, 21(9), pp. 1392-1417. Carfax 10.1080/09654313.2012.755833

Mayer, Heike (2013). The Role of Small and Medium-sized Centers for Territorial Development in Switzerland. Urban Planning International, 2013(5), pp. 36-44.

Mayer, Heike (2013). Book Review: Entrepreneurship and Regional Development. Journal of Planning Education and Research, 33(1), pp. 126-127. SAGE 10.1177/0739456X12470800

Mayer, Heike (2013). Spinoff regions: entrepreneurial emergence and regional development in second-tier high-technology regions - observations from the Oregon and Idaho electronics sectors. In: Giarratani, Frank; Hewings, Geoffrey J. D.; McCann, Philip (eds.) Handbook of industry studies and economic geography (pp. 207-229). Cheltenham: Edward Elgar

Mayer, Heike (2013). Was produzieren Hauptstädte? Zur wirschaftlichen Rolle und Funktion von Hauptstädten. In: Mayer, Heike; Sager, Fritz; Zwahlen, Sara Margarita; Minta, Anna (eds.) Im Herzen der Macht? Hauptstädte und ihre Funktion. Berner Universitätsschriften: Vol. 58 (pp. 125-150). Bern: Haupt Verlag

Mayer, Heike (2014). Kleinstädte in Europa: Zwischen lokaler Verankerung und internationaler Vernetzung. IRS Aktuell, 79(Juni 2014), pp. 11-12. Leibniz-Institut für Regionalentwicklung und Strukturplanung (IRS)

Mayer, Heike (2014). The Green City. Core City Freiburg. In: Knox, Paul (ed.) Atlas of Cities (pp. 210-225). Princeton: Princeton University Press

Mayer, Heike (2014). Introduction (to chapter 3: Social equity and economic development). In: Debardieux, Bernard; Oiry Varacca, Mari; Rudaz, Gilles; Marselli, Daniel; Kohler, Thomas; Jurek, Matthias (eds.) Tourism in Mountain Regions. Hopes, Fears and Realities. Sustainable Mountain Development Series (pp. 34-37). Université de Genève

Mayer, Heike (2015). Müssen die kleinen Städte und ländlichen Räume neu bewertet werden? Ein wirtschaftsgeografischer Blick über die Schweizer Metropolräume hinaus. In: Kreis, Georg (ed.) Städtische versus ländliche Schweiz? Siedlungsstrukturen und ihre politischen Determinanten (pp. 139-157). Zürich: NZZ Libro

Mayer, Heike (2007). Book Review: People and the Competitive Advantage of Place: Building a Workforce for the 21st Century. Economic development quarterly, 21(1), pp. 101-102. Sage Publications 10.1177/0891242406295537

Mayer, Heike (2003). Corporate Restructuring and the Creation of the Innovation Milieu: The case of a second-tier high technology region (Unpublished). In: Clusters, Industrial Districts and Firms: the Challenge of Globalization. Conference in honour of Professor Sebastiano Brusco. Modena, Italy. 12.-13.09.2003.

Mayer, Heike (8 December 2003). Over the Horizon - Targeted Technology Industry Study: Arlington County. Preliminary Assessment Department of Urban Affairs and Planning, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University

Mayer, Heike (2003). Metropedia: Emerging Industry Clusters and the Region's Recent Economic History. In: Institute of Portland Metropolitan Studies, (ed.) Metropolitan Briefing Book 2003 (pp. 15-30). Portland: Portland State University

Mayer, Heike (December 2003). A Clarification of the Role of the University in Economic Development: Oregon's Network Approach to Foster Nanotechnology Research and Development. NanoExpress, 3, pp. 15-28.

Mayer, Heike (July 2003). Cluster Monitor: A Guide for Analyzing Industry Clusters in the Portland-Vancouver Metropolitan Region Institute of Portland Metropolitan Studies, Portland State University

Mayer, Heike (2004). Fostering Emerging Technology Sectors in Arlington County: An Economic Development Strategy for Knowledge Creation and Innovation. Final Report for Arlington County Blacksburg, VA: Department of Urban Affairs and Planning, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University

Mayer, Heike (2004). Fostering Emerging Technology Sectors in Arlington County: An Economic Development Strategy for Knowledge Creation and Innovation Arlington: Arlington Economic Development

Mayer, Heike (2004). Regional Economic Development: Analysis and Planning Strategy. Journal of the American Planning Association, 70(1), p. 117. Taylor & Francis

Mayer, Heike (December 2005). Arlington County: A Leader in Technology-Based Economic Development. Austrian Embassy's Office of Science and Technology

Mayer, Heike (4 December 2005). The Matriarch Economy. The Oregonian, 04.12.2005 Oregon Live LLC

Mayer, Heike (2005). The Homeland Security Industry and its Impact on the Arlington, Virginia, Economy Arlington: Arlington Economic Development

Mayer, Heike (2005). Contribution to a roundtable discussion of Richard Florida's Book "Cities and the Creative Class". Journal of the American Planning Association, 71(2), pp. 206-218. Taylor & Francis

Mayer, Heike (2005). Cities of Knowledge: Cold War science and the search for the next Silicon Valley. Journal of the American Planning Association, 71(4), pp. 468-469. Taylor & Francis

Mayer, Heike (2005). Taking Root in the Silicon Forest: High-technology Firms as Surrogate Universities in Portland, Oregon. Journal of the American Planning Association, 71(3), pp. 318-333. Taylor & Francis 10.1080/01944360508976701

Mayer, Heike (2005). Planting High Technology Seeds: Tektronix Role in the Creation of Portland's Silicon Forest. Oregon Historical Quarterly, 106(4), pp. 568-593. Oregon Historical Society

Mayer, Heike (2005). Cluster Monitor: A Guide to Analyzing Industry Clusters in Regional Economies. Economic Development Journal, 4(4), pp. 40-53. International Economic Development Council

Mayer, Heike (2008). Segmentation and Segregation Patterns of Women-Owned High-Tech Firms in Four Metropolitan Regions in the United States. Regional studies, 42(10), pp. 1357-1383. Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group 10.1080/00343400701654194

Mayer, Heike (2008). Competition for high-tech jobs in second-tier regions: The case of Portland, Oregon. In: Watson, Douglas J.; Morris, John C. (eds.) Building the local economy: Cases in economic development (pp. 61-78). Carl Vinson Institute of Government. The University of Georgia

Mayer, Heike (2007). What Is the Role of the University in Creating a High-Technology Region? Journal of Urban Technology, 14(3), pp. 33-58. Taylor & Francis 10.1080/10630730801924225

Mayer, Heike (2007). Biotech Industry Clusters in the United States: The Case of Washington D.C. and Kansas City. Geographische Rundschau International Edition, 3(1), pp. 10-16. Westermann Schulbuchverlag

Mayer, Heike (2007). A Review of State R&D Investment Funds: Ten Case Studies The Pew Center on the States & The National Governors Association

Mayer, Heike (2006). What is the Role of Universities in High-tech Economic Development? The Case of Portland, Oregon, and Washington, DC. Local Economy, 21(3), pp. 292-315. Sage Publications 10.1080/02690940600808362

Mayer, Heike (2006). Completing the Puzzle: Creating a High-Tech and Life Science Economy in Kansas City Washington: The Brookings Institution

Mayer, Heike (2007). Economic Trends and Location Patterns for Women High-Tech Entrepreneurs. In: Frontiers of Entrepreneurship Research 2006. Proceedings of the Twenty-Sixth Annual Entrepreneurship Research Conference (pp. 298-312). Babson College

Mayer, Heike (2007). Universities Can No Longer Be Called Mere Ivory Towers. Richmond Times-Dispatch, 2007(28.08.2007)

Mayer, Heike (2015). Spatial Elements of Innovation. In: Audretsch, David B.; Hayter, Christopher S.; Link, Albert N. (eds.) Concise Guide to Entrepreneurship, Technology and Innovation Concise Guide to Entrepreneurship, Technology and Innovation (pp. 187-190). Cheltenham: Edward Elgar

Mayer, Heike (2017). Hightech-Regionen: Silicon Valley & Beyond. In: Gamerith, Werner; Gerhard, Ulrike (eds.) Kulturgeographie der USA. Eine Nation begreifen (pp. 205-212). New York: Springer 10.1007/978-3-662-48238-4_27

Mayer, Heike (2017). Wirtschaftliche Dynamik und Innovation in der Hauptstadtregion Washington D. C. Geographische Rundschau. International edition, 2017(11), pp. 10-16. Westermann Schulbuchverlag

Mayer, Heike (2017). Innovationen auf dem Land. Gibt es ein Regionales Innovationssystem Emmental? In: Bäschlin, Elisabeth; Wiedemar, Hans (eds.) Emmental. Jahrbuch der Geographischen Gesellschaft Bern: Vol. 65 (pp. 181-191). Bern: Geographische Gesellschaft Bern

Mayer, Heike; Bauer, Fabian (2014). Hauptstadtregion Schweiz. Chancen und Möglichkeiten für ein Politzentrum aus wirtschaftsgeographischer Sicht. In: Bäschlin, Elisabeth; Mayer, Heike; Hasler, Martin (eds.) Bern. Stadt und Region. Die Entwicklung im Spiegel der Forschung. Jahrbuch der Geographischen Gesellschaft Bern: Vol. 64 (pp. 7-30). Bern: Geographische Gesellschaft Bern

Mayer, Heike; Baumgartner, Daniel (2014). The Role of Entrepreneurship and Innovation in Peripheral Regions. disP - The Planning Review, 50(1), pp. 16-23. Taylor & Francis 10.1080/02513625.2014.926720

Mayer, Heike; Baumgartner, Daniel (2015). Grundzüge einer Strategie des Bundes für Berggebiete und ländliche Räume. Die Volkswirtschaft, 2015(3-4), pp. 18-20. Staatssekretariat für Wirtschaft (SECO)

Mayer, Heike; Cowell, Margaret (2014). Capital cities as knowledge hubs: the economic geography of homeland security contracting. In: Conventz, Sven; Derudder, Ben; Thierstein, Alain; Witlox, Frank (eds.) Hub cities in the knowledge economy. Seaports, airports, brainports. Transport and mobility series (pp. 223-246). Aldershot: Ashgate

Mayer, Heike; Habersetzer, Antoine (2019). Structurally Weak Rural Regions. In: Orum, Anthony (ed.) The Wiley Blackwell Encyclopedia of Urban and Regional Studies (pp. 1-3). John Wiley & Sons 10.1002/9781118568446.eurs0431

Mayer, Heike; Habersetzer, Antoine Jean; Meili, Rahel (2016). Rural–Urban Linkages and Sustainable Regional Development: The Role of Entrepreneurs in Linking Peripheries and Centers. Sustainability, 8(8), p. 745. MDPI 10.3390/su8080745

Mayer, Heike; Hackler, Darrene; McFarland, Christiana (2007). Skills, Capital and Connections, too: A Regional Social Environment Perspective of Women Entrepreneurs. Canadian Journal of Regional Science, 30(3), pp. 411-432. Canadian Association of Regional Science

Mayer, Heike; Haisch, Tina (2012). Capital Cities: Eine Fallstudienanalyse von sechs Hauptstädten Bern: Universität Bern

Mayer, Heike; Holzheimer, Terry; Glidden, Hall (2005). Fostering Emerging Technology Sectors in Arlington County: An Economic Development Strategy for Knowledge Creation and Innovation. Economic Development Journal, 4(1), pp. 7-17. International Economic Development Council

Mayer, Heike; Know, Paul L. (2006). Slow Cities: Sustainable Places in a Fast World. Journal of urban affairs, 28(4), pp. 321-334. Wiley-Blackwell 10.1111/j.1467-9906.2006.00298.x

Mayer, Heike; Knox, Paul (2007). Pace of Life and Quality of Life: The Slow City Charter. In: Sirgy, Joseph; Phillips, Rhonda; Rahtz, Don R. (eds.) Community Quality-of-Life Indicators: Best Practices III (pp. 20-39). Blacksburg: International Society for Quality of Life Studies (ISQOLS)

Mayer, Heike; Knox, Paul L. (2009). Small Town Sustainability: Prospects for Collaboration in a Global Age.

Mayer, Heike; Knox, Paul L. (2006). Can The U.S. Learn From The Slow City Movement? Planetizen, 23.10.2006

Mayer, Heike; Leick, Birgit (November 2018). Entrepreneurship and ageing: Exploring an economic geography perspective (Submitted) (CRED Research Paper 22). Bern: Center for Regional Economic Development (CRED)

Mayer, Heike; Meili, Rahel (2016). New Highlander Entrepreneurs in the Swiss Alps. Mountain Research and Development, 36(3), pp. 267-275. International Mountain Society 10.1659/MRD-JOURNAL-D-16-00040.1

Mayer, Heike; Meili, Rahel (2018). Wirtschaftliche Entwicklung von Kleinstädten. Informationen zur Raumentwicklung, 6(8), pp. 28-37. Bundesforschungsanstalt für Landeskunde und Raumordnung

Mayer, Heike; Provo, John (2004). The Portland Edge in Context. In: Ozawa, Connie P. (ed.) The Portland Edge (pp. 9-34). Washington D.C.: Island Press

Mayer, Heike; Sager, Fritz (2012). Das Politzentrum als Wirtschaftsmotor. UniPress - Forschung und Wissenschaft an der Universität Bern(152), pp. 9-10. Bern: Abteilung Kommunikation, Universität Bern

Mayer, Heike; Sager, Fritz (2012). Was Bern von Washington lernen könnte. Der Bund(20.2.2012), p. 11.

Mayer, Heike; Sager, Fritz (14 June 2013). Towards a coherent theory of the political economy of secondary capital regions: a literature review and a research agenda (Unpublished). In: 9th Transatlantic Dialogue-Rebuilding Capacities for Urban Governance. Baltimore, MD. 12.-15.6.2013.

Mayer, Heike; Sager, Fritz; Kaufmann, David; Warland, Martin Victricius (2016). Capital city dynamics: linking regional innovation systems, locational policies and policy regimes. Cities. The International Journal of Urban Policy and Planning, 50, p. 206. Elsevier 10.1016/j.cities.2015.10.001

Mayer, Heike; Sager, Fritz; Kaufmann, David; Warland, Martin (2018). The political economy of capital cities. Regions and cities: Vol. 120. London: Routledge

Mayer, Heike; Zalneraitis, Roger (2005). The Homeland Security Industry and its Impact on the Arlington, Virginia, Economy. Final Report for Arlington Economic Development Blacksburg, VA: Department of Urban Affairs and Planning, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University

Meili, Rahel (2019). The influence of small town context on access to external knowledge. Entrepreneurship and regional development, pp. 1-16. Taylor & Francis 10.1080/08985626.2019.1606288

Meili, Rahel; Mayer, Heike (2015). Zuwanderung und Unternehmensgründungen in peripheren Berggebieten in der Schweiz. Geographische Rundschau, 67(9), pp. 42-48. Westermann

Meili, Rahel; Mayer, Heike (2017). Small and medium-sized towns in Switzerland: economic heterogeneity, socioeconomic performance and linkages. Erdkunde, 71(4), pp. 313-332. Geographisches Institut, Universität Bonn 10.3112/erdkunde.2017.04.04

Meili, Rahel; Mayer, Heike (2019). Forschungswerkstatt: Innovation und Kreativität in Berggebieten und ländlichen Räumen. Montagna - die Zeitschrift für das Berggebiet, 30(7), p. 24. Schweizerische Arbeitsgemeinschaft für die Berggebiete SAB

Meili, Rahel; Shearmur, Richard (2019). Diverse diversities-Open innovation in small towns and rural areas. Growth and change, 50(2), pp. 492-514. Wiley 10.1111/grow.12291

Messerli, Paul Walter; Mayer, Heike (2015). Berggebiete und ländliche Räume: Fokus auf die Peripherie. Neue Zürcher Zeitung NZZ(196), p. 12. Verlag Neue Zürcher Zeitung

Militz, Elisabeth (October 2018). Elisabeth Militz, Bern. Feministische Geographien: Ankommen, Wohlfühlen und Weiterkommen. Feministisches Geo-RundMail(77), pp. 19-21.

Militz, Elisabeth; Duplan, Karine (22 February 2019). A Space for Feminist Geographies at the 16th Swiss Geoscience Meeting. GeoAgenda, 2019(1), pp. 26-29. Association Suisse de Géographie

Militz, Elisabeth; Schurr, Carolin (2016). Affective nationalism: Banalities of belonging in Azerbaijan. Political geography, 54, pp. 54-63. Elsevier 10.1016/j.polgeo.2015.11.002

Motoyama, Yasuyuki; Mayer, Heike (2017). Revisiting the Roles of the University in Regional Economic Development: A Triangulation of Data. Growth and change, 48(4), pp. 787-804. Wiley 10.1111/grow.12186

Mullis, Daniel (2009). Gentrification und Neoliberalisierung: Die Berner Stadtplanung im Fokus. Eine kritische Analyse der Stadtplanungsdokumente am Beispiel des Lorrainequartiers (Forschungsberichte Gruppe für Kulturgeographie 13). Bern: Geographisches Institut

Müller, Martin; Schurr, Carolin (2016). Assemblage thinking and actor-network theory: conjunctions, disjunctions, cross-fertilisations. Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers, 41(3), pp. 217-229. Wiley 10.1111/tran.12117

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Ruhne, Renate (2014). Space power(s) gender – socio-spatial control of prostitution and the bourgois gender order. In: Direnberger, Lucia; Schmoll, Camille (eds.) Le tournant spatial dans les études genre. Les cahiers du CEDREF: Vol. 2014 (pp. 237-260). Paris: Université Paris Diderot

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