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Publications, presentations and other scientific activities

Marco Bontje




Articles in peer-reviewed international scientific journals:
2006
Musterd, S., M. Bontje & W. Ostendorf (2006) The changing role of old and new centres: the case of the Amsterdam region. Urban Geography, 27, 4: 360-387.

Bontje, M. (2006) Randstad: towards a new polycentricity? In: European Spatial Research and Policy 13 (2): 81-95.


2005

Bontje, M. & J. Burdack (2005) Edge Cities European-style: examples from Paris and the Randstad. In: Cities, 22, 4: 317-330.

Bontje, M. & J. Latten (2005) Stable size, changing composition: recent migration dynamics of the Dutch large cities. In: Tijdschrift voor Economische en Sociale Geografie, 96, 4: 444-451.

Musterd, S., M. Bontje & W. Ostendorf (2005) Towards the polycentric urban region: impacts on centres and milieus. In: Open House International, 30, 3: 9-16.


2004
Bontje, M. (2004) From suburbia to post-suburbia in the Netherlands: potentials and threats for sustainable regional development. In: Journal of Housing and Built Environment, 19, 1: 25-47.
Bontje, M. (2004) Sustainable new economic centres in European metropolitan regions: a stakeholders’ perspective. In: European Planning Studies, 12, 5: 703-722.

Bontje, M. (2004) Facing the challenge of shrinking cities in East Germany: the case of Leipzig. In: GeoJournal, 61, 1: 13-21.


2003
Bontje, M. (2003) A planners’ paradise lost? Past, present and future of Dutch national urbanisation policy. In: European Urban and Regional Studies, 10, 2: 135-152.
2001
Bontje, M. (2001) Dealing with deconcentration; population deconcentration and planning response in polynucleated urban regions in Northwest-Europe. In: Urban Studies, 38, 4: 769-785.

Ploeger, R., J. Lawson & M. Bontje (2001) The methodological challenge to comparative research. Journal of Housing and the Built Environment, 16, 1: 1-5.



Articles in non-peer-reviewed scientific journals and professional journals:
2007

Bontje, M. (2007) Creatief concurrrentiebeleid. Rooilijn, 40 (2): 98-103.

Bontje, M. (2007) Deconcentration and commuter traffic: trends and policies in the Netherlands. Informationen zur Raumentwicklung, 2007 (2/3): 141-148.
2006
Bertolini, L., M. Bontje & C. Stelling (2006) Welke mobiliteit, welke transportplanning? AGORA, 22, 5: 4-7.
Bontje, M. (2006) Nieuwe centra in Nederland. In: Stedebouw en Ruimtelijke Ordening, 86 (1): 13-22.
Bontje, M. (2006) Amsterdam Topstad: een vrijblijvende agenda. Geografie, 14, 9: 44-47.

Deben, L. & M. Bontje (2006) De veelbelovende creatieve klasse. City Journal 5: 40-42.



2005

Bontje, M. (2005) Haarlemmermeer: meer dan mainport Schiphol. In: Geografie, 14, 1: 12-15 (in Dutch).

Bontje, M. & J. Latten (2005) Selectieve migratie van en naar de grote steden. In: Rooilijn, 38, 1: 17-22 (in Dutch).

Bontje, M. (2005) Reactie – Berlijn, voorbeeld van hoe het niet moet. In: Geografie, 14, 2: 14 (in Dutch).

Bontje, M. (2005) Gezocht: Duitse metropool. In: Geografie, 14, 9: 16-19 (in Dutch).

Bontje, M. (2005) Prenzlauer Berg: de mythe voorbij. In: Geografie, 14, 9: 23-27 (in Dutch).


Bontje, M. (2005) Plannen zonder groei. Schrikbeeld of aanlokkelijk perspectief? AGORA 21 (5): 18-21 (in Dutch).
Bontje, M., M. Fokkema & C. Stelling (2005) Object, proces of context? Een discussie met Nederlandse planologen. AGORA 21 (5): 28-31 (in Dutch).

2004
Lattten, J., M. Bontje & H. Nicolaas (2004) Bevolkingsdynamiek in de vier grote steden. In: Bevolkingstrends, 52, 2: 59-68 (in Dutch).
Bontje, M. (2004) Leipzig: een krimpende stad. In: Geografie, 13, 7: 24-27 (in Dutch).
Bontje, M. (2004) Krimpende steden in Oost-Duitsland: ramp of uitdaging? In: Atlantis, 15, 3: 18-22 (in Dutch).
2003
Bontje, M. (2003) Onbegrensde deconcentratie? De mythe van het stedelijk veld. In: AGORA, 19, 3: 24-27 (in Dutch).
Bontje, M. & W. Ostendorf (2003) Criminaliteit en de buurt. In: Rooilijn, 36, 5: 299-304 (in Dutch).

Bontje, M. (2003) Oost-Duitsland, blijvend op achterstand? In: Geografie, 12, 4: 6-10. (in Dutch).


Bontje, M. (2003) Almere moet niet eeuwig willen groeien. In: Geografie, 12, 10: 20-22 (in Dutch).
2002
Bontje, M. (2002) Wachten op wonderen: Leipzig en de Duits-Duitse grens. In: AGORA, 18, 5: 11-15 (in Dutch).
Bontje, M. (2002) Nederland verwacht teveel van ruimtelijke ordening. In: Geografie, 11, 2: 14

(in Dutch).


Bontje, M. (2002) Van groeikern tot Deltametropool. Bevolkingsdynamiek, dagelijkse mobiliteit en het Nederlandse verstedelijkingsbeleid. In: Mens & Maatschappij 77, 3: 231-253 (in Dutch).
2001
Bontje, M. (2001) Idealism, realism, and the Dutch compact city. In: Town & Country Planning 70, 12: 336-337.

Bontje, M. (2001) Orde in de chaos? Een kritische blik op het Nederlandse nationale verstedelijkingsbeleid, Agora, 17, 4: 9-12 (in Dutch).

Beunderman, J. & M. Bontje (2001) De kaart van Nederland opnieuw tekenen met 40 miljoen mensen. De visie van Wiel Arets op ruimtegebruik in Nederland. In: Agora, 17, 4: 4-6 (in Dutch)

2000

Bontje, M. & W. Ostendorf (2000) Heeft de compacte stad toekomst? In: Openbaar bestuur, 10, 6/7: 29-32 (in Dutch; with Wim Ostendorf).


Bontje, M. (2000) Een planningsvisie voor Berlijn en Brandenburg. In: Agora, 16, 5: 12-14 (in Dutch).
Bontje, M. (2000) Op zoek naar de inhoud van de Vijfde Nota. In: Agora, 16, 2: 28-29 (in Dutch).
Bontje, M. (2000) De aantrekkingskracht van een eilandwoning. In: Agora, 16, 1: 9-11 (in Dutch).
Uitermark, J. & M. Bontje, M. (2000) Van dorp naar eiland: overheid en markt in het geweer tegen de Gesellschaft-maatschappij In: Agora, 16, 1: 17-19 (in Dutch).
1999
Bontje, M. (1999) Het Zwitsers plannersdilemma. In: Rooilijn, jaargang 32, 5: 212-218 (in Dutch).
Bontje, M. (1999) Hoezo ‘Stad Nederland‘? In: Agora, 15, 5: 19 (in Dutch).
Bontje, M. (1999) Van vele kamers één gebouw maken. Margriet Meindertsma over het Grote Steden Beleid. In: Agora, 15, 2: 8-9 (in Dutch).
1998
Bontje, M. (1998) Met Maria naar de RAI; op bedevaart in Nederland. In: Agora, 14, 4 (in Dutch).

Bontje, M. (1998) Het onzekere toekomstperspectief van Lelystad. In: Agora, 14, 2 (in Dutch).



1997

Bontje, M. (1997) Berlijn in de uitverkoop? De groeiende macht van multinationals in de planning van Berlijn. In: Agora, 13, 4 (in Dutch).

Bontje, M. (1997) Gemiste kansen in het ruimtedebat. In: Rooilijn, 30, 10: 497-503 (in Dutch).




Books and research reports:
2007
Bontje, M. & H. Pethe (2007) Regional representation of creative knowledge workers in the Amsterdam region. A preparatory analysis for surveying the creative and knowledge economy. ACRE Report 4.1. Amsterdam: AMIDSt, University of Amsterdam. 32 pp.
Bontje, M. & B. Sleutjes (2007) Amsterdam: history meets modernity. Pathways to creative and knowledge-based regions. ACRE Report 2.1. Amsterdam: AMIDSt, University of Amsterdam. 112 pp.
Musterd, S., M. Bontje, C. Chapain, Z. Kovacs & A. Murie (2007) Accommodating creative knowledge. A literature review from a European perspective. ACRE Report 1. Amsterdam: AMIDSt, University of Amsterdam. 42 pp.
2006
Bontje, M. & L. Deben (eds., 2006) Creativity and diversity: key challenges to the 21st century city. Amsterdam: Het Spinhuis.
2005
Bontje, M. & J. Burdack (2005) Economic poles in the European metropolitan periphery and sustainable development. Forum IfL, vol . 1. Leipzig: Leibniz-Institut für Länderkunde. 110 pp.
2001
Bontje, M. (2001) The challenge of planned urbanisation – Urbanisation and national urbanisation policy in the Netherlands in a Northwest-European perspective. PhD-thesis, 310 pp. Amsterdam: Universiteit van Amsterdam / Rozenberg Thela Thesis.
Bontje, M., W. Ostendorf & G.J. Dijkink (2001) Sociaal-ecologische typering van buurten in Amsterdam en de mogelijke relevantie voor politiewerk. Amsterdam: AME (in Dutch).

Available online: http://www.fmg.uva.nl/amidst/publications.cfm . 58 pp.



Book chapters:
2006
Bontje, M. & S. Crok (2006) Amsterdam, creative knowledge city? The debate on the economic future of Amsterdam and its region. In: Bontje, M. & L. Deben (eds., 2006) Creativity and diversity: key challenges to the 21st century city. Amsterdam: Het Spinhuis, pp. 144-161.
Deben, L. & M. Bontje (2006) Preface. In: Bontje, M. & L. Deben (eds., 2006) Creativity and diversity: key challenges to the 21st century city. Amsterdam: Het Spinhuis, pp.ix-xv.
2005
Bontje, M. (2005) Randstad. In: J. Burdack, G. Herfert & R. Rudolph (Eds.): Europäische metropolitane Peripherien. Leipzig: Leibniz-Institut für Länderkunde, pp. 121-133 (in German).
Bontje, M. (2005) Der Amsterdamer Südraum: eine dynamische Wachstumszone. In: J. Burdack, G. Herfert & R. Rudolph (Eds.): Europäische metropolitane Peripherien. Leipzig: Leibniz-Institut für Länderkunde, pp. 193-205 (in German).
Bontje, M. & S. Musterd (2005) What kind of a place do the creative knowledge workers live in? In: S. Franke & E. Verhagen (eds.), Creativity and the city. How the creative economy is changing the city, pp. 166-175. Rotterdam: NAi Publishers.
Bontje, M. & S. Musterd(2005) Hoe woont de creatieve kenniswerker? In: S.Franke & E. Verhagen (red.), Creativiteit en de stad. Hoe de creatieve economie de stad verandert. Rotterdam: NAi Uitgevers, pp. 170-179 (in Dutch) (with Sako Musterd).
Bontje, M. & S. Musterd (2005) Urban trajectories: a tale of two cities, the hesitating and the successful. In: Y. Murayama & G. Du (eds.), Cities in global perspective: diversity and transition, pp. 30-39. Tokyo: College of Tourism, Rikkyo University / IGU Urban Commission.

2004

Bontje, M. (2004) Towards a sustainable post-suburbia? The sustainability of new economic centres in European metropolitan regions. In: F. Eckardt & D. Hassenpflug (Eds.), Urbanism and globalization, p. 279-295. Frankfurt: Peter Lang Verlag (The European City in Transition, vol. 2).


Bontje, M. (2004) Nachhaltige Gewerbeparks in ‘Post-Suburbia’? Versuche in Hoofddorp und Ludwigsfelde. In: K.Adelhof, S. Frank, H. Pethe & M. Schulz (Eds.): Amsterdam und Berlin – Menschen, Märkte und Räume, p. 20-35. Berlin: Geographisches Institut Humboldt-Universität (Berliner Geographische Arbeiten 98) (in German).

2003
Bontje, M., C. Cortie & W. Ostendorf (2003) Stedelijke krimp en de bescheiden rol voor ruimtelijk beleid. Het voorbeeld Leipzig. In: C. Cortie, J. Droogleever Fortuyn & M. Wagenaar (red.), Stad en land, over bewoners en woonmilieus, p. 140-159 (in Dutch).
Bontje, M., J. Burdack & G. Herfert (2003) Neue ökonomische Pole in der Peripherie von Berlin und der Randstad. In: L. Deben & J. van de Ven (Hrsg.), Berlin und Amsterdam – Stadt, Stadtteile und Umland, p. 21-42. Amsterdam: Aksant (in German).

2002
Bontje, M. (2002) ‘Dezentrale Konzentration’: Erfahrungen in der Region Amsterdam, Perspektiven für Berlin-Brandenburg. In: Adelhof, K., H. Pethe & M. Schulz (Hrsg.), Amsterdam und Berlin – Konzepte, Strukturen und städtische Quartiere. Berlin: Humboldt Universität (Berliner Geographische Arbeiten 94), p. 42-52 (in German).
2000
Bontje, M. (2000) The network city: a realistic planning concept? In: IFHP, Urban Networks, towards a new planning perspective. Papers report – Call for Participation: 169-172.
Bontje, M. & E. Pel (2005) Polynucleated urban regions in Europe: the example of the Randstad. In: Lowlands in high perspective; marshlands, mainports and more…. Report on the XI Annual EGEA Congress in Nunspeet, The Netherlands: 51-59). Rotterdam: Optima Press.


1999

Bontje, M. & W. Ostendorf (1999) Plan, feit en haalbaarheid; de succeskansen van een voortgezet compactestadbeleid. In: F. Dieleman & S. Musterd (red.), Voorbij de compacte stad?: 75- 86. Assen: Van Gorcum (in Dutch).


Bonjte, M. (1999) Centre-periphery patterns and policy in Switzerland. In: Changing Europe, transformations in culture and nature. Report on the X Annual EGEA Congress in Lammi, Finland: 5-14. Nordia Occasional Papers No. 5 / 1999. Oulu: Oulu University Press.

1998

Bontje, M. (1998) ‘Gentrification’ am Kollwitzplatz? Der Transformationsprozeß eines Ostberliner Mietskasernenviertels, 1992-1996. In: J. van de Ven & J. van der Weijden (red.), Berlin und Amsterdam - Struktur, Bild, Großstadtprobleme: 8-20. Amsterdam: AME, Universiteit van Amsterdam (in German).



Book reviews:
2005
Roo, G. de: Environmental planning in the Netherlands: too good to be true. In: Urban Studies 42, 10: 1885-1886.
2003
Moss, L.S. (ed.): City and country, an interdisciplinary collection. In: Tijdschrift voor Economische en Sociale Geografie 94, 2: 278-280.
Roo, G. de & D. Miller (ed.): Compact cities and sustainable urban development. In: European Journal of Housing Policy 3, 2: 217-219.
2002
Alterman, R. (ed.): National-level planning in democratic countries. An international comparison of city and regional policy-making. In: Journal of Housing and Built Environment, 17: 419-421.


Presentations at scientific and policy conferences and workshops:


2007

Bontje, M. (2007) The creative knowledge economy: a key to competitiveness? Comparing the creative knowledge experience of 13 European city-regions. Presentation at the E-Urbs Conference ‘Challenging boundaries’, Urbino, 15-16 November 2007.

Bontje, M. (2007) Old centres, new centres and regional development. Past, present and future of the Amsterdam city-region. Presentation at the SCORUS Conference, Darmstadt, 17-19 October 2007.

Bontje, M., Z. Kovacs, A. Murie & S. Musterd (2007) Pathways for creative cities. Paper presented at the EUGEO Conference, Amsterdam, 20-22 August 2007.

Bontje, M. & M. Pareja (2007) Attracting creative knowledge: strategies towards competitiveness in Amsterdam and Barcelona. Paper presented at the ENHR Conference, Rotterdam, 25-28 June 2007.

Bontje, M. (2007) Accommodating creative knowledge: first results from the ACRE project. Presentation in the policy seminar of the Creative City Network Öresund Region, Copenhagen, 18 April 2007.

Bontje, M. (2007). Tricky business: researchers, policy makers and the creative knowledge city. AMIDSt lecture, Amsterdam, 27 March 2007.

2006

Bontje, M. & S. Musterd (2006) Accommodating creative knowledge: Amsterdam in a European perspective. Paper presented at the Association of American Geographers (AAG) Conference, Chicago, 7-11 March 2006.

Bontje, M. & S. Musterd (2006) Creativity, knowledge and competitiveness: expert opinions from seven European city-regions. Paper presented at the AMIDSt/RTN Urban Europe Conference ‘Urban conditions and life chances’, Amsterdam, 6-8 July 2006.

Bontje, M. (2006) Urban and regional strategies for creative knowledge. Results from the Inventive City project. Presentation at the COMPETE Conference, Munich, 4-6 October 2006.



2005

Amsterdam, creative knowledge city? The debate on the economic future of Amsterdam and its region. Paper presented at the Berlin-Amsterdam conference Creativity and diversity: key challenges to the 21st-century city, Amsterdam, 3-5 March 2005 (with Simone Crok).

Urban research and the Urban Audit. An example from the project ‘The inventive city’. Presentation at the conference ‘Competing and caring: urban research for European urban policy’, Amsterdam, 14-16 September 2005.

Urban trajectories: a tale of two cities, the hesitating and the successful. Paper presented at the IGU Monitoring Cities of Tomorrow conference, Tokyo, 20-24 August 2005.

2004

The sustainability potentials of ‘post-suburbia’. Poster presented at the COST-C10 conference ‘Insights on outskirts’, Paris, 17-18 June 2004.

Towards sustainable work locations in post-suburbia. Paper presented at the AESOP 2004 conference, Grenoble, 1-3 July 2004.

Structures and dynamics in the vital Amsterdam urban region. Paper presented at the ENHR 2004 conference, Cambridge, 2-6 July 2004 (with Sako Musterd and Wim Ostendorf).

2003

Sustainable new economic centres in European metropolitan regions: a stakeholders' perspective. Paper presented at ‘Framing land use dynamics: Integrating knowledge on spatial dynamics in socio-economic and environmental systems for spatial planning’, Utrecht, Netherlands, 16-18 April 2003.

Facing the challenge of the shrinking city: Leipzig’s quest for a post-industrial future. Paper presented at the Post-AESOP/ACSP Conference ‘The future of deindustrialising regions’, Dortmund, Germany, 13-15 July 2003.

Are there European edge cities? New economic poles on the fringes of metropolitan regions Case studies from Paris and the Randstad. Paper presented at the EURA/Eurocities conference, Budapest, Hungary, 28-30 August 2003.

The European urbanisation debate: between reality, imagination, fear and wishful thinking. Paper presented at the Third EuroConference ‘The European city in transition: the city and the region’, Weimar, Germany, 14-15 November 2003.

Nachhaltige Gewerbeparks in ‘Post-Suburbia’? Versuche in Hoofddorp und Ludwigsfelde. Paper presented at the 10th ‘Berlin-Amsterdam Konferenz’, Berlin, 12-14 December 2003.

2002

From suburbia to post-suburbia in Europe: potentials and threats for sustainable regional development. Paper presentation at the Second EuroConference ‘The European City in Transition: Urbanism and Globalisation’, Weimar, Germany, 8-9 November 2002.

Sustainable development, ‘mission impossible’? The sustainability of new growth centres in the European metropolitan periphery. Paper presentation at the ENHR Conference ‘Housing cultures: convergence and diversity’, Vienna, Austria, 1-5 July.

Neue ökonomische Pole in der Peripherie von Berlin und der Randstad. Paper presentation at the 9th ‘Berlin-Amsterdam Konferenz’, Amsterdam, October 2002 (with Joachim Burdack and Günter Herfert).

Nachhaltige Entwicklung von neuen ökonomischen Polen in der europäischen metropolitanen Peripherie: das Beispiel Randstad Holland. Presentation at internal colloquium of the Leibniz-Institute of Regional Geography, Leipzig, 19 November 2002.

2001

Dezentrale Konzentration’: Erfahrungen in der Region Amsterdam, Perspektiven für Berlin-Brandenburg. Paper presented at ‘Kolloquium Berlin-Amsterdam’, Berlin, Germany, 10-12 May.



A ‘planner’s paradise’ lost? The Fifth Report and the future of Dutch national urbanisation policy. Paper presented at the ISA-RC21 Conference ‘Social Inequality, Redistributive Justice and the City’, Amsterdam, 15-17 June; and at the ENHR Conference, Pultusk, Poland, 25-29 June.

Urban regions; concepts, plans and daily mobility behaviour. Poster presented at NETHUR School ‘Transport and land use’, Amsterdam, 14 September.
2000
Urban fields, a realistic perspective? Recent trends in daily mobility as indicators for urban field formation in the Netherlands. Paper presentation at ENHR Conference ‘Housing in the 21st Century’, Gävle, Sweden, 26-30 June.
1999
The Growth Management Potential of Planning in Northwest-Europe: A Cross-National Comparison. Paper presentation in International Workshop 'Approaching the Cross-National Comparison of Urban, Planning, Housing and Welfare Phenomena', Amsterdam, 16-17 December.
Dealing with deconcentration; population deconcentration and planning response in polynucleated urban regions in Northwest-Europe. Paper presentation at AESOP Conference, Bergen, Norway, July.
A comparative framework for urban growth trends in the Netherlands, Switzerland and Sweden. Paper presentation at 12th NETHUR School on Urban Research, Amsterdam, 10 February.
(Co-) Organisation of scientific (inter)-national conferences and congresses

Co-leader of workshop ‘Urban conditions for creative knowledge’ at the AMIDSt/RTN Urban Europe Conference ‘Urban conditions and life chances’, Amsterdam, 6-8 July 2006 (with Sako Musterd).

Co-organiser of the 11th Berlin-Amsterdam conference of geographers, planners and urban sociologists, Amsterdam, 3-5 March 2005 (with Leon Deben).

Co-organiser of Young Housing Researchers pre-conference workshop, Warsaw, 22-24 June 2001 (with Elena Vesselinov, University of Albany, USA).

Co-organiser of NETHUR School ‘Housing: current urban and rural issues’, Amsterdam, Netherlands, 31 October 2001 (with Rene Verhoeff, NETHUR).

Co-organiser of international seminar ‘Approaching the Cross-National Comparison of Urban, Housing and Planning Phenomena’, Amsterdam, Netherlands, 17 December 1999 (with Ralph Ploeger and Julie Lawson, AME).


Co-leader of workshop ‘Polynucleated urban regions: the example of the Randstad’ at the XI EGEA European Congress ‘Lowlands in high perspective: marshlands, mainports and more’, Nunspeet, October 1999 (with Eva Pel, Universiteit van Amsterdam).

Co-leader of workshop ‘Almere and IJburg’ at the EGEA Western Regional Congress, Andijk, Netherlands, March 1997 (with Eva Pel, Universiteit van Amsterdam).



Editorships, and review committees of journals

Member of editorial board Journal of Housing and the Built Environment since 2007.

Member of editorial board Geografie since 2002.

Member of editorial board AGORA, 1996-2001.

Guest editor Journal of Housing and the Built Environment,16, 1, Special Issue: The methodological challenge to comparative research (with Ralph Ploeger and Julie Lawson).

Guest editor of theme issue ‘Perspectieven op planning’ (Perspectives on planning), AGORA 21 (5).



Guest editor of theme issue ‘Mobiliteit en maatschappij’ (Mobility and society), AGORA 22 (5).

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