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Visiting Researcher


Alex Lawrie

Alex Lawrie is a Guest Researcher at the TUB Institute of Urban and Regional Planning. Since 2013, he has worked as a Senior Researcher and Lecturer at the Institute for Public Policy and Governance at the University of Technology Sydney (Australia), which is a Key Technology Partner university for TUB. Alex studied at the University of Technology Sydney and University of New South Wales (Australia) and he holds a Bachelor of City Planning (1st Class Honours), Master of Urban Policy and Strategy (with Honours), and Cotutelle Doctor of Philosophy (Built Environment). 

Alex specializes in Spatial Policy, City Strategy and Multi-Level Policy and Governance. In 2019, Alex joined TUB where his doctoral research is focusing on the Evolution of National Urban Policy Systems, including policy logics, processes, and instruments, since the Global Financial Crisis using comparative case studies of national spatial and urban sector policies of the United Kingdom, Germany and Australia.


Artur Filip

Artur Jerzy Filip is a Guest Researcher at the TUB Institute of Urban and Regional Planning, where he assists professor Enrico Gualini at his “Planning as Political Process” seminar.

Artur’s research and practice focus on innovative cross-sectoral management structures for urban projects development. He studied at the Faculty of Architecture at the Warsaw University of Technology and at the Pratt Institute in Brooklyn, New York. His Ph.D. dissertation he devoted to American bottom-up partnership groups advocating for large-scale urban projects. Recipient of scholarships granted by the Fulbright Program, the Ministry of Culture and National Heritage of Poland, and the City of Warsaw. Artur is an Assistant Professor at the Warsaw University of Technology and a regular collaborator of the Museum of Modern Art in Warsaw.

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Legacy, C., Metzger, J., Steele, W. and Gualini, E. (2019), Beyond the post-political: Exploring the relational and situated dynamics of consensus and conflict in planning, Planning Theory, 18.3: 273-281.

Grube, N. (2018)‘You are a tourist! Exploring tourism conflicts by means of performative interventions’ in Frisch, T., Sommer, C., Stoltenberg, L. et al. (eds.) ‚Tourism and Everyday Life in the Contemporary City‘, London/New York, Routledge: 232-254.

Novy, J. und Grube, N. (2018) ‘Streitgrund Stadttourismus- Über die Ursachen und Folgen der Debatte über Overtourism und Tourismusphobie’, PlanerIn,6.18, SRL: 5-8.

Gross, J.E., Gualini, E. and Ye, L. (eds.) (2018) ‘Constructing Metropolitan Space: Actors, Policies and Processes of Rescaling in World Metropolises’, Routledge, London/New York

Direct Democracy Ride – "Erfahren" Sie Berlins Volksentscheide!
Berlin, 24. Juni 2018
Fahrradtour, Projektpräsentation und öffentliche Diskussionsrunde zum aktuellen Bachelor-Studienprojekt, in Kooperation mit dem MakeCity Festival 2018
Programmleitung Nils Grube, Philipp Nimpsch

Internationale Konferenz
'International Conference on the Urban Night: Governance, Diversity, Mobility'
Sofia University, 7.-8. Juni 2018, Präsentation von Nils Grube mit dem Titel: Night Tourism Governance and Conflict Regulation under Post-political Conditions

Gualini, E. (2018)
‘Political Articulation and Hegemonic Practices in the Institutionalization of the Urban Order’, in Salet, W.G.M. (ed.) The Routledge Handbook of Planning and Institutions in Action, London/New York: Routledge: 43-58.

Gualini, E. and Fricke, C. (2018)
‘‘Who Governs’ Berlin’s Metropolitan Region? The Strategic-Relational Construction of Metropolitan Scale in Berlin-Brandenburg’s Economic Development Policies’, Environment & Planning C:Politics and Space, onlinefirst

Fricke, C. and Gualini, E. (2018) ‘Metropolitan Regions as Contested Spaces: The Discursive Construction of Metropolitan Space in Comparative Perspective’, Territory Politics Governance 6.2: 199-221, (special issue on ‘Constructing Metropolitan Scales: Economic, Political and Discursive Determinants’)