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The New Urban Agenda : key opportunities and challenges for policy and practice. / Caprotti, Federico; Cowley, Robert; Datta, Ayona; Broto, Vanesa Castán; Gao, Eleanor; Georgeson, Lucien; Herrick, Clare; Odendaal, Nancy; Joss, Simon.

In: Journal of Urban Research & Practice, 09.01.2017, p. 1-12.

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Caprotti, F, Cowley, R, Datta, A, Broto, VC, Gao, E, Georgeson, L, Herrick, C, Odendaal, N & Joss, S 2017, 'The New Urban Agenda: key opportunities and challenges for policy and practice', Journal of Urban Research & Practice, pp. 1-12. https://doi.org/10.1080/17535069.2016.1275618

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Caprotti, F., Cowley, R., Datta, A., Broto, V. C., Gao, E., Georgeson, L., Herrick, C., Odendaal, N., & Joss, S. (2017). The New Urban Agenda: key opportunities and challenges for policy and practice. Journal of Urban Research & Practice, 1-12. https://doi.org/10.1080/17535069.2016.1275618

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Caprotti F, Cowley R, Datta A, Broto VC, Gao E, Georgeson L et al. The New Urban Agenda: key opportunities and challenges for policy and practice. Journal of Urban Research & Practice. 2017 Jan 9;1-12. https://doi.org/10.1080/17535069.2016.1275618

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Caprotti, Federico ; Cowley, Robert ; Datta, Ayona ; Broto, Vanesa Castán ; Gao, Eleanor ; Georgeson, Lucien ; Herrick, Clare ; Odendaal, Nancy ; Joss, Simon. / The New Urban Agenda : key opportunities and challenges for policy and practice. In: Journal of Urban Research & Practice. 2017 ; pp. 1-12.

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