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Entwicklung und Potentiale digitaler Raumforschung
A rise of digital methods paves the way for new opportunities but also poses risks for spatial planning and research. Academic training of planners rarely supports the testing and understanding of digital research tools. In this article we analyze best-practice examples, review questions of data ethics and provide recommendations for incorporating the digital-turn in the academic teaching practices.
Living and Planning on the Edge: Unravelling Conflict and Claim-Making in Peri-Urban Lahore, Pakistan
In Lahore, Pakistan’s second largest city, high population growth rates, decades of rural-urban migration, and rampant land and real-estate speculation have contributed to the rapid urbanization of peri-urban land and the engulfing of pre-existing rural settlements. Lahore’s spatial transformation goes hand in hand with an increasingly complex urban governance framework. Historically shaped by colonial planning institutions and decades of political instability as power alternated between military and civilian regimes, ...