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Addis, Mark and Eckert, Claudia (2024). Explanatory Frameworks in Complex Change and Resilience System
Modelling.
Logic Journal of IGPL (In press).

Campoli, A.; Luck, R.; Shrestha, P.; Pradhan, P. and Rana, P. (2024). ‘It is not rocket science but it can change our lives’: pluriversal design with FabLab Nepal at a spinal injury clinic. CoDesign: International Journal of CoCreation in Design and the Arts (Early access).

Caprotti, Federico; Cugurullo, Federico; Cook, Matthew; Karvonen, Andrew; Marvin, Simon; McGuirk, Pauline and Valdez, Alan-Miguel (2024). Why does urban Artificial Intelligence (AI) matter for urban studies? Developing research directions in urban AI research. Urban Geography (early access).

Cugurullo, Federico; Caprotti, Federico; Cook, Matthew; Karvonen, Andrew; McGuirk, Pauline and Marvin, Simon (2024). The Rise of AI Urbanism in Post-Smart Cities: A Critical Commentary on Urban Artificial Intelligence. Urban Studies, 61(6) pp. 1168–1182.

Luck, Rachael (2024). Foundational theory and methodological positioning at the outset of a design research project. In: Rogers, Paul A. and Yee, Joyce eds. The Routledge Companion to Design Research (Second edition). Routledge Art History and Visual Studies Companions. London: Routledge, pp. 141–150.

Nsobya, C.; Moncaster, A.; Potter, K.; Mabon, L. and Ramsay, J. (2024). A conceptual framework for understanding community resilience to flooding. IOP Conference Series: Earth and Environmental Science, 1363, article no. 12078.

Sippel, Muriel.E. (2024). Enabling students’ wellbeing in distance design education. International Journal of Art & Design Education (In Press).

Valdez, Miguel; Cook, Matthew and Potter, Stephen (2024). Exploring temporal pleats and folds: the role of urban AI and robotics in reinvigorating the cyborg city. In: Cugurullo, Federico; Caprotti, Federico; Cook, Matthew; Karvonen, Andrew; McGuirk, Pauline and Marvin, Simon eds. Artificial Intelligence and the City: Urbanistic Perspectives on AI. London: Routledge, pp. 136–154.

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Enoch, Marcus and Potter, Stephen (2022). MaaS (Mobility as a Service) Market Futures Explored. In: 15th International Conference on Advanced Systems in Public Transport (CASPT2022), 6-10 Nov 2022, Tel Aviv, Israel.

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Potter, Stephen (1997). Overview of the English new towns [Chapter 1 keynote article]. In The New Towns Record, (CD ROM) Commission for the New Towns, London.

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Potter, Stephen and Thomas, Ray (1980). What is a new town for? In: Leaker, Dudley and Leons, Jon eds. New Towns in National Development. Milton Keynes: International Federation for Housing and Planning, pp. 41–48.

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Potter, Stephen and Dunleavy, Patrick (1979). Let's bring car perks to the end of the road. New Society, 50(896) pp. 547–548.

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Potter, Stephen (1977). People First in Transport Planning. Town and Country Planning, 45(2) pp. 76–81.

Potter, Stephen (1977). A motor or a mortgage? New Society, 40(768) p. 609.

Thomas, Ray and Potter, Stephen (1977). Landscape with pedestrian figures. Built Environment Quarterly, 3(4) pp. 286–290.

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