The spatial attributes of different space-sharing practices, and the associated economics, policies, governance, and organisations for sharing; The impacts of space-sharing practices on urban spaces; The new socio-spatial relations produced by space-sharing practices.

Space-Sharing Practices in the City

About this issue

Issue number
Volume 46 – Number 1

Summary

As the editors explain in their introduction, the papers in this issue can be divided into two parts. The first part (three articles) provides a conceptual foundation for understanding space-sharing practice in the city, while the six papers of the second part are empirical studies of emerging space-sharing practices, each investigating a specific form of sharing space and/or type of shared space.

YE ZHANG and JEFFREY KOK HUI CHAN
13 Feb 2020

 

Contents

  • Space-Sharing Practices in the City
    YE ZHANG and JEFFREY KOK HUI CHAN
  • What is Meant by ‘Sharing’ in the Sharing Economy?
    NICHOLAS JOHN 
  • Reverse Technology Assessment in the Age of the Platform Economy
    KOEN FRENKEN and PETER PELZER
  • Sharing, Presence and the Built Environment
    THOMAS WIDLOK 
  • Spatial Perspectives of Coworking Spaces and Related Practices in Beijing 
    HE HUANG, YANGFANQI LIU, YUEBING LIANG, DAVID VARGAS and LU ZHANG
  • What Makes a City Bikeable? A Study of Intercity and Intracity Patterns of Bicycle Ridership using Mobike Big Data Records
    YING LONG and JIANTING ZHAO
  • Learning from Our Tampines Hub: Co-Generative Hubs for Urbanism
    CHEE HUANG SEAH and SHAWN ENG KIONG TEO
  • Sharing Seoul: Appropriating Alleys as Communal Space through Localized Sharing Practices
    IM SIK CHO and BLAŽ KRIŽNIK
  • The Prospect of Community-Led Place-Keeping as Urban Commons in Public Residential Estates in Singapore
    SRILALITHA GOPALAKRISHNAN and KENG HUA CHONG 
  • Reclaiming the City as Commons. Learning from Latin American Housing Movements
    STAVRIDES STAVROS 
  • Publication Reviews