Books

L'innovation sociale

 

 

(edited with Juan-Luis Klein and Jean-Louis Laville) Éditions érès, Toulouse. 2014.
(ISBN: 978-2749239491)

Policies for social innovation are taking place at different levels (local, regional, national, supra-national). The authors argue that social innovation is neither a recipe nor a mere dissemination of so-called 'best practices' that exist in economic and social realms. From the experience and achievements of three research teams that have been working on the topic for over twenty years, this book enriches the theoretical debate on social innovation.

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The International Handbook on Social Innovation: Collective Action, Social Learning and Transdisciplinary Research

(edited with Diana MacCallum, Abid Mehmood, and Abdelillah Hamdouch) Edward Elgar, Cheltenham. 2013.
(ISBN: 978-1849809986) (ISBN: 978-1782545590) 
(eBook 978-1849809993)

This enriching Handbook covers many aspects of the scientific and socio-political debates on social innovation today. The contributors provide an overview of theoretical perspectives, methodologies and instructive case experiences from all continents, as well as implications for collective action and policy. They argue stringly for social innovation as a key to human development. The Handbook defines social innovation as innovation in social relations within both micro and macro spheres, with the purpose of satisfying unmet or new human needs across different layers of society. It connects social innovation to empowerment dynamics, thus giving a political character to social movements and bottom-up governance initiatives. Together these should lay foundations for a fairer, more democratic society for all.

This interdisciplinary work, written by scholars collaborating to develop a joint methodological perspective towards social innovation agency and processes, is invaluable for students and researchers in social science and humanities. It also appeals to policy makers, policy analysts, lobbysts and activists seeking to give inspiration and leadership from a social innovation perspective.

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Handboek Ruimtelijke Kwaliteit

SPINDUS Book(edited with Ruth Segers, Pieter Van den Broeck, Ahmed Khan, Jan Schreurs, Bruno De Meulder, Geoff Vigar, Ali Madanipour) ASP, Brussel. 2013.
(ISBN: 978-9057183317)

Het Handboek ruimtelijke kwaliteit is het resultaat van dit onderzoeksproject. Het bundelt praktische methoden voor het benoemen, analyseren, evalueren en verbeteren van ruimtelijke kwaliteit. Het boek contextualiseert deze methoden in Vlaamse, Engelse en Italiaanse case studies die in samenwerking met ‘stakeholders’ werden geselecteerd en geanalyseerd. Diverse methoden komen aan bod: ontwerpgerichte, etnografische, planningsgestuurde, sociale, onderzoeksgebaseerde enz. Leerprocessen met ruimtegebruikers en een gezamenlijke definiëring van ruimtelijke kwaliteiten spelen in elk van de methoden een belangrijke rol.

 Gelet op het relationeel perspectief, richt het boek zich op een divers publiek van beleidsmensen, ontwerpers, stedenbouwkundigen, ruimtelijke planners, sociale werkers, sociologen, bewoners, academici, studenten en tot iedereen die begaan is met ruimtelijke kwaliteit.

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Urban and Regional Development Trajectories in Contemporary Capitalism

 

(edited with Flavia Martinelli and Andreas Novy) Routledge, London. 2012.
(ISBN: 978-0415608947)

This book re-evaluates a rich scientific heritage of space- and history-sensitive development theories and produces an integrated methodology for the comparative analysis of urban and regional trajectories within a globalized world. The main argument put forward is that current mainstream analyses of urban and regional development have forgotten this rich heritage and fail to address the connections between different dimensions of development, the role of history and the importance of place and scale relations. The methodology integrates elements from radical economic geography, regulation approach, cultural political economy and new institutionalism. They are combined into a (meta)theoretical framework to address the problems of socioeconomic development. The methodology is applied to eight case studies from China, the United States, and Western Europe. The conclusion highlights that the neoliberal turn has led to reductionist policies that not only have resulted in an increase in social inequalities, but have also undermined growth and democracy.

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Strategic spatial projects: Catalysts for change

 

(edited with Stijn Oosterlynck, Jef Van den Broeck, Louis Albrechts and Ann Verhetsel) Routledge, London. 2010.
(ISBN: 978-0415566841)
This book presents four years of case study research and theoretical discussions on strategic spatial projects in Europe and North America. It takes the position that planning is not well equipped to take on its current challenges if it is considered as only a regulatory and administrative activity. There is an urgent need to develop a mode of planning that aims to innovate in spatial as well as social terms. This timely, important book is highly useful for spatial planning, urban design and community development and policy studies courses. Academics, researchers and students in planning, urban design, urban studies, human and economic geography, public administration and policy studies will benefit from it.

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Can Neighbourhoods Save the City? Community Development and Social Innovation

 

(edited with Erik Swyngedouw, Flavia Martinelli and Sara Gonzalez) Routledge, London. 2010. (ISBN: 978-0415485883)


The book is based on interdisciplinary research of innovative projects and programs, implemented by different subjects - public, private and third sector - to combat exclusion and promote social inclusion, especially for the excluded communities. The evaluation of these experiences shows their effectiveness as careful and appropriate responses to growing needs of people and communities which are increasingly disregarded by public policies. The economic crisis, with its heavy impact on the physical and social fabric of the city, makes these alternatives to neoliberal development highly relevant. They are based on the mobilization of local resources, the creation of spaces for public life and collective action. They offer opportunities for rebuilding social ties and community development, but also to give a new stimulus to urban policy for social cohesion.

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Social Innovation and Territorial Development

 

(edited with D. MacCallum, J. Hillier, and S. Vicari) Ashgate, Aldershot. 2009. (ISBN: 978-0754672333)


The book provides a comprehensive and insightful exploration of social innovation and how it affects life, society and the economy, especially, but not exclusively, at the local and regional level. It addresses key questions about the nature of social innovation as a process and a strategy and what opportunities may exist, or may be generated, for social innovation to nourish human development. It puts forward alternative options highlighting issues of solidarity, co-operation and economic, human and cultural diversity, which are situated both outside, and in combination with, the market, within or outside cultural-artistic arenas, and at various spatial scales of social empowerment. In so-doing, this book offers a provocative response to the predominant neoliberal economic vision of spatial, economic and social change.

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La logique sociale du développement territorial

 

(with J. Nussbaumer), Presses de l'Université du Québec, Montreal. 2008. (ISBN: 978-2760513730)


This book looks at new opportunities for local development. It defines the contours of a new generation of analysis on the subject. The authors suggest a historical reconstruction of the evolution of the social logic in the analysis of territorial development and explore the various meanings of social innovation in the contemporary scientific literature, resulting in a synthesis of its various dimensions. They propose two models of social innovation "territorialization" : integrated territorial development and social region. They also reflect on future avenues of epistemological order to facilitate the analysis between territorial development and social innovation. In this reflection they give a central place to ‘sociology of knowledge’.

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Empowering the Planning Fields. Ethics, Creativity and Action

 

(edited with J. Van den Broeck and S. Oosterlync), Acco Uitgeverij, Leuven. 2008. (ISBN: 978-9033470196)

This book contains contributions from many authors from all over the world exploring current issues and discourses in the 'Planning Fields'. It deals with a broad spectrum of topics which illustrates the complexity of the issues the planning discipline is wrestling with. The authors raise fundamental issues and develop substantiated arguments which, as Klaus Kunzmann formulated, constitute a task for 'a new generation' of planners, academics and practitioners.
Strategic spatial planning, the relationship between knowledge and action as well as theory and practice, the role of power in planning and the internationalisation of planning education were, and still remain, central to date. In four lengthy articles and a series of shorter testimonies, a selection of authors of international renown illustrates these issues.

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The Globalized City: Economic Restructuring and Social Polarisation in the City


 

(edited with A. Rodriguez and E. Swyngedouw), Oxford University Press, Oxford. 2003.
(ISBN: 978-0199260409)


This book offers a methodology to analyse the relationship between large scale urban development projects and their impact on social polarization. The methodology is applied to case studies nine European cities. It analyzes the relation between these projects and trends such as social exclusion, the emergence of new urban elites, and the consolidation of less democratic forms of urban governance.

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Globalization and Integrated Area Development in European Cities

 

(edited). Oxford University Press, Oxford, (Hardcover) 2000, (Paperback) 2002.
(ISBN: 978-0199257706)
Drawing on evidence from six major European cities, the book demonstrates that 'Integrated Area Development' strategies that rely on grassroots democracy and the empowerment of local communities, can deliver a social, economic, and cultural renaissance which meets the needs of the local population better than the imposition of the market-forces creed.

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Cities, Enterprises and Society on the Eve of the 21st Century

 

(edited with A. Scott), Francis Pinter, London. 1997.
(ISBN: 978-1855674042) 
This collection of essays provides a review and restatement of concepts and analytical insights about the relations between the dynamics of the production system and urban society. A number of questions guide the central debates in the individual chapters. These questions include: how have large cities and city systems developed in the context of economic globalization and the restructuring processes of the international economy? What are the restructuring strategies of firms within the urban economy? How have social and political harmonization and polarization in urban society been affected by entrepreneurial strategies? And what has been the response of other urban participants, and in particular local authorities to economic restructuring?

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Other Books

(edited with J. Gadrey, F. Gallouj, C. Gallouj, F. Martinelli and P. Tordoir) Manager le Conseil. Paris, Editions Ediscience International, 1992.

(edited with Ph. Cooke, O. Weinstein, E. Swyngedouw and P. Wells )
Towards Global Localization. The computing and telecommunications industries in Britain and France . London, University College London Press, 1992.

(edited with P. Daniels)
The Changing Geography of Advanced Producer Services. London and New York, Belhaven Press, 1991.

(edited)
La production des services et sa géographie. Lille, numéro spécial des Cahiers Lillois d'Economie et de Sociologie, Université de Lille I, 1988.

(edited with L. Albrechts, P. Roberts and E. Swyngedouw )
Regional Policy at the Crossroads, London, Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 1988.

(with V. Hobin)
Livre Blanc : "Politique d'intégration pour les minorités étrangères en Flandre belge" (White paper), in Dutch and French, Brussels, 1986.

(edited with A. Martens)
Buitenlandse Minderheden in Vlaanderen-België (Les minorités étrangères en Flandre belge), Antwerp, De Nederlandsche Boekhandel, 1985

(with F. Vandenbroucke)
Van economische crisis tot erger. (L'accentuation de la crise économique), POLEKAR, Antwerp, EPO, 1982

(edited with P. Wilson )
Regional Analysis and the New International Division of Labor. Kluwer Academic Publishers, Norwell, 1982

(with R. Bollen)
Racisten hebben ongelijk (Le tort du racisme). Leuven, Kritak, 1982; second edition in 1984. Krisis in Werkgelegenheid, POLEKAR, Antwerp, EPO, 1981.

 

Book Chapters

(with D. Cassinari) Enabling transdisciplinary research on social cohesion in the city: the Social Polis experience, E. Silva, P. Healey, N. Harris, P. Van den Broeck (eds.) The Routledge Handbook of Planning Research Methods, London: Routledge, Chapter 5.3, 2015

 

 

(with A. Mehmood) Towards social holism: Social innovation, holistic research methodology and pragmatic collective action, E. Silva, P. Healey, N. Harris, P. Van den Broeck (eds.) The Routledge Handbook of Planning Research Methods, London: Routledge, Chapter 2.5, 2015

 

(with S. Oosterlynck) L'innovation sociale en Flandre: aports et limites, J-L. Klein, J. Laville, and F. Moulaert (eds.) L'innovation sociale, Toulouse: Éditions érès, pp. 175-192, 2014

 

with P. Van den Broeck, A. Kuhk and E. Lievois) Serving a bypassed capitalism?. M Reimer, P Getimis, H Blotevoge (eds.) Spatial Planning Systems and Practices in Europe: A Comparative Perspective on Continuity and Changes, London: Routledge, pp. 169-199, 2014

 

(with J. Nussbaumer) Pour repenser l'innovation: vers un système régional d’innovation sociale, J-L. Klein, J. Laville, and F. Moulaert (eds.) L'innovation sociale, Toulouse: Éditions érès, pp. 81-113, 2014

 

(with J-L. Klein and J. Laville) L’innovation sociale: repères introductifs, J-L. Klein, J. Laville, and F. Moulaert (eds.) L'innovation sociale, Toulouse: Éditions érès, pp. 7-42, 2014

 

(with B. Van Dyck) Framing Social Innovation Research: A Sociology of Knowledge Perspective, F. Moulaert, D. MacCallum, A. Mehmood and A. Hamdouch (eds.) The International Handbook on Social Innovation: Collective Action, Social Learning and Transdisciplinary Research, Cheltenham, Edward Elgar, pp. 466-480, 2013

 

(with A. Mehmood) Holistic Research Methodology and Pragmatic Collective Action, F. Moulaert, D. MacCallum, A. Mehmood and A. Hamdouch (eds.) The International Handbook on Social Innovation: Collective Action, Social Learning and Transdisciplinary Research, Cheltenham, Edward Elgar, pp. 442-452, 2013

 

(with B. Jessop, L. Hulgard and A. Hamdouch) Social Innovation: A New Stage in Innovation Process Analysis?, F. Moulaert, D. MacCallum, A. Mehmood and A. Hamdouch (eds.) The International Handbook on Social Innovation: Collective Action, Social Learning and Transdisciplinary Research, Cheltenham, Edward Elgar, pp. 110-130, 2013

 

(with D. MacCallum and J. Hillier) Social Innovation: Intuition, Precept, Concept, Theory and Practice, F. Moulaert, D. MacCallum, A. Mehmood and A. Hamdouch (eds.) The International Handbook on Social Innovation: Collective Action, Social Learning and Transdisciplinary Research, Cheltenham, Edward Elgar, pp. 13-25, 2013

 

(with D. MacCallum, A. Mehmood, and A. Hamdouch) General Introduction: The return of social innovation as a scientific concept and a social practice, F. Moulaert, D. MacCallum, A. Mehmood and A. Hamdouch (eds.) The International Handbook on Social Innovation: Collective Action, Social Learning and Transdisciplinary Research, Cheltenham, Edward Elgar, pp. 1-6, 2013

 

La région sociale dans un monde globalisant, J-L. Klein and M. Roy (eds.) Pour une nouvelle mondialisation : le défi d’innover, Québec: Presses Universitaires du Québec, pp. 377-390, 2013.

 

(with D. Ancien) London between Global Narcissism and National Responsibility, F. Martinelli, F. Moulaert and A. Novy (eds.) Urban and Regional Development Trajectories in Contemporary Capitalism, London: Routledge, Chapter 4, 2012.

 

(with A. Novy and A. Mehmood) The DEMOLOGOS Methodology for Analyzing Urban and Regional Trajectories, F. Martinelli, F. Moulaert and A. Novy (eds.) Urban and Regional Development Trajectories in Contemporary Capitalism, London: Routledge, Chapter 3, 2012.

 

(with B. Jessop) Theoretical Foundations for the Analysis of Socio-economic Development in Space, F. Martinelli, F. Moulaert and A. Novy (eds.) Urban and Regional Development Trajectories in Contemporary Capitalism, London: Routledge, Chapter 2, 2012.

 

 

(with A. Novy and F. Martinelli) Introduction: Fighting amnesia and recovering the scientific heritage of urban and regional analysis, F. Martinelli, F. Moulaert and A. Novy (eds.) Urban and Regional Development Trajectories in Contemporary Capitalism, London: Routledge, pp. 1-17, 2012.

 

(with C. Parra) Why sustainability is so fragilely ‘social'…, S. Oosterlynck, J. Van den Broeck, L. Albrechts, F. Moulaert and A. Verhetsel (eds.) Strategic Spatial Projects: Catalysts for Change, London: Routledge, pp. 163-173, 2011.

 

(with A. Mehmood) Spaces of social innovation, A.J. Pike, A. Rodriguez-Pose and J. Tomaney (eds.) Handbook of Local and Regional Development, London: Routledge, pp. 212-225, 2011.

 

(with S. González and F. Martinelli) Creatively designing urban futures: A transversal analysis of socially innovative initiatives, Can neighbourhoods save the city? Community Development and Social Innovation, London, Routledge, pp. 198-218, 2010.

 

(with E. Christiaens) The end of social innovation in urban development strategies? The case of BOM in Antwerp, Can neighbourhoods save the city? Community Development and Social Innovation, London, Routledge, pp. 168-184, 2010.

 

(with S. González and F. Martinelli) ALMOLIN: How to analyse social innovation at the local level?,Can neighbourhoods save the city? Community Development and Social Innovation, London, Routledge, pp. 49-67, 2010.

 

(F. Moulaert) Social innovation and community development: concepts, theories and challenges, Can neighbourhoods save the city? Community Development and Social Innovation, London, Routledge, pp. 4-16, 2010.

 

(with S.V. Haddock) Innovazione sociale e sviluppo integrato del territorio, S.V. Haddock and F. Moulaert (eds.) Rigenerare la città, pratiche di innovazione sociale nelle città europee, il Mulino, Bologna, pp. 51-74, 2009.

 

(with A. Mehmood) Spatial planning and institutional design: What can they expect from transaction cost economics?, H.S. Geyer(ed.) International Handbook of Urban Policy, Volume 2: Views on Occidental Issues and Controversies, Cheltenham, Edward Elgar, 2009.

 

(with A. Mehmood) Analysing regional development: From territorial innovation to path dependent geography, J. Davis and W. Dolfsma (eds.) The Elgar Companion to Social Economics, Cheltenham, Edward Elgar, pp. 607-631, 2008.

 

(with J. Nussbaumer) Social Innovation between Local and Global, E. Wolfram and H. Hardy (eds.) Varieties of Capitalism and New Institutional Deals, Cheltenham, Edward Elgar, pp. 259-277, 2008.

 

(F. Moulaert) Neapolitan Cosmopolitanism, J. Van den Broeck, F. Moulaert and S. Oosterlynck (eds.) Empowering the Planning Field, Acco, Leuven, pp. 185-190, 2008.

 

(with E. Morlicchio and L. Cavola) Social exclusion and urban policy in European cities: combining ‘Northern' and ‘Southern' European perspectives, H.S. Geyer (ed.) International Handbook of Urban Policy, Volume 1, Cheltenham, Edward Elgar, pp. 139-158, 2007.

 

(with J. Nussbaumer) L'innovation sociale au coeur des débats publics et scientifiques. Un essai de déprivatisation de la société, J.L. Klein and D. Harrisson. (eds.) L'innovation sociale: émergence et effets sur la transformation des sociétés, Québec, Presses de l'Université du Québec, 2007.

 

(with S. Gonzalez) Is there Life beyond the Knowledge Based-Society? Towards a decelerated approach to learning, creativity and employment in Europe, Rethinking Radical Spatial Approaches, Athens, pp. 250-267, 2005.

 

(with J. Nussbaumer) Beyond the learning region: the dialectics of innovation and culture in territorial development, R. Kloosterman and R. Boschma (eds.) Learning from Clusters. A Critical Assessment from an Economic-Geographical Perspective, Dordrecht, Kluwer Academic Press, 2005.

 

(with J. Nussbaumer) Regional Production and Reproduction. The social region, S. Kesting (ed.), Tagungsband der 10. Iiso-Fachtagung, Série « Institutionelle und Sozial-Ökonomie », Peter Lang Verlag, 2005.

 

(with J. Nussbaumer) Regional Production and Reproduction; The Social Region in B. Adelheid and E. Wolfram (eds.) Erhalten durch Gestalten, Europaischer Verlag der Wissenschaften, pp. 265-283, 2004.

 

(with J. Nussbaumer) ‘ Die Ökonomie der europäischen Großstadt' (The economy of the large European city.) The social nature of articulated productivity, W. Siebel (ed.) Die Europaïsche Stadt, Berlin, Suhrkamp, 2004.

 

(with E. Swyngedouw and A. Rodriguez) The Contradictions of Urbanizing Globalization, F. Moulaert, A. Rodriguez and E. Swyngedouw (eds.) The Globalized City: Economic Restructuring and Social Polarization in European Cities, Oxford University Press, pp. 247-266, 2004.

 

(with E. Swyngedouw and A. Rodriguez) Large-Scale Urban Development Projects, Urban Dynamics, and Social Polarization: A Methodological Reflection, F. Moulaert, A. Rodriguez and E. Swyngedouw (eds.) The Globalized City. Economic Restructuring and Social Polarization in European Cities, Oxford University Press, pp. 47-64, 2004.

 

(with A. Rodriguez and E. Swyngedouw) Urban Restructuring, Social-Political Polarization and New Urban Policies, F. Moulaert, A. Rodriguez and E. Swyngedouw (eds.) The Globalized City; Economic Restructuring and Social Polarization in European Cities, Oxford University Press, pp. 29-46, 2004.

 

(with E. Swyngedouw and A. Rodriguez) ‘The World in a Grain of Sand': Large-Scale Urban Development Projects and the Dynamics of ‘Glocal' Transformations, F. Moulaert, A. Rodriguez and E. Swyngedouw (eds.) The Globalized City; Economic Restructuring and Social Polarization in European Cities, Oxford University Press, pp. 9-28, 2004.

 

(with E. Swyngedouw and A. Rodriguez) Introduction, F. Moulaert, A. Rodriguez and E. Swyngedouw (eds.) The Globalized City; Economic Restructuring and Social Polarization in European Cities, Oxford University Press, pp. 1-8, 2004.

 

(with H. Farcy and C. Gallouj) Knowledge intensive services and territorial innovative dynamics, P. Wood (ed.) Consultancy and Innovation, The business service revolution in Europe, Routledge, London, 2002.

 

(with F. Sekia) ‘Social Region, Innovative Region ? M. G. Uranga and M. Olazaran (eds.) Sistemas regionales de innovacion (Regional innovation systems), Publishing Service of the University of the Basque Country, Leioa, Bizkaia, Spain, 2001.

 

(with F. Sekia) Innovative region, social region? An alternative view of regional innovation, P. Delladetsimas, V. Hastaoglou, C. Hadjimichalis, M. Mantouvalou, and D. Vaiou (eds.) Towards a radical cultural agenda for European Cities and Regions, Athens-Thessaloniki, Kyriakidis Brothers Publishing, pp. 337-363, 2000.

 

(with E. Swyngedouw and P. Wilson) “Spatial Responses to Fordist and Post-Fordist Accumulation and Regulation”, B. Jessop (ed.) Regulation Theory and the Crisis of Capitalism, Edward Elgar, Cheltenham, Glos, 2000.

 

(with F. Martinelli) Urban Development: the Role of Producer services, in: E. Wever (ed.) Cities in perspective I. Economy, planning and the environment. Van Gorcum, Assen, pp. 49-60, 1999

 

(with P. Wilson and C. Demazière), Urban restructuring and local response, in: F. Moulaert and A. Scott (eds.) Cities, Enterprises and Society on the eve of the 21st Century, Pinter, London, pp. 244-266, 1997.

 

(with A. Scott) The urban question and the future of urban research, in: F. Moulaert and A. Scott (eds.) Cities, Enterprises and Society on the eve of the 21st Century, Pinter, London, pp. 267-278, 1997.

 

(with A. Scott and H. Farcy) Producer services and the formation of urban space, in: F. Moulaert and A. Scott (eds.) Cities, Enterprises and Society on the eve of the 21st Century, Pinter, London, pp. 97-112, 1997.

 

(with A. Scott) Globalization, economic restructuring and urban society, in: F. Moulaert and A. Scott (eds.) Cities, Enterprises and Society on the eve of the 21st Century, Pinter, London, pp. 3-17, 1997.

 

(with C. Demazière) Le développement économique local dans une Europe post-fordiste, in: Ch. Demazière (ed.) Du local au global. Les initiatives locales pour le développement économique en Europe et en Amérique. Paris, L'Harmattan, pp 53-75, 1996.

 

(with C. Demazière) Local economic development in post-Fordist Europe: survey and strategy reflections, in: Ch. Demazière and P. Wilson (eds.) Local Economic development in Europe and the Americas. London, Mansell. 1996.

 

(with A. Loréal and J.-F. Stevens) “La métropole du Nord: a frontier case study in urban socio-economic restructuring”, in: N. Harris and I. Fabricius (eds.) Cities and Structural Adjustment. London, University College Press, 1996.

 

From national accountancy to international management consultancy firm, in: P. Dicken, J.-E. Nilsson and J. Peck (eds.) Transnational corporations in Europe: functional and spatial divisions of labour. London, Chapman, 1996.

 

Measuring socioeconomic disintegration at the local level in Europe; an analytical framework, in: R Graham (ed.) Beyond the Threshold, Policy Press, Great Britain, 1995.

 

(with L. Leontidou, P. Delladetsima, J.-C. Delvainquière and C. Demazière) Propositions théoriques pour l'étude des localités qui « perdent ». in Courlet, C. and Bernard, S. (eds.) Industries, territoires et politiques publiques, Paris, L'Harmattan, pp. 255-293, 1994.

 

(with C. Gallouj) Tertiaire supérieur, hiérarchie urbaine et politique publique: quelques réflexions analytiques, in: Plan Urbain (ed.), Les villes européennes de tradition industrielle. Mutations économiques et politiques urbaines. Lille, Presses Universitaires de Lille, 1994.

 

(with J.C. Delvainquière) Regional and sub-regional trajectories in Europe: the role of socio-cultural trajectories, in: L. Bekemans, (ed.) Culture: Building Stone for Europe 2002. Brussels, European Interuniversity Press, 1994.

 

(with F. Djellal) Les conseils en technologie de l'information: des économies d'agglomération en réseau, in: May, N. and Perrin, E. (eds.), Métropoles en déséquilibre. Paris, Economica, 1993.

 

Services: The bridge between computing and communications, in: Cooke Ph., F. Moulaert, O. Weinstein, E. Swyngedouw and P. Wells (eds.) Towards Global Localization, pp. 178-199, 1992.

 

(with E. Swyngedouw) Accumulation and organization in computing and communication industries: A regulationist approach, in: Cooke Ph., F. Moulaert, O. Weinstein, E. Swyngedouw and P. Wells (eds.) Towards Global Localization, pp 39-60, 1992.

 

(with F. Martinelli) Le conseil en informatique: conseil en systèmes et systèmes de conseils, in: J. Gadrey, F. Moulaert et al. (eds.) Manager le Conseil. Paris, Ediscience International, 1992.

 

(with E. Swyngedouw ) Regional Development and the Geography of Flexible Production in: U. Hilpert (ed.) Regional Innovation and Decentralization, Routledge, London, 1991.

 

(with P. Daniels) Advanced producer services: beyond the microeconomics of production, in: P. Daniels and F. Moulaert (eds.), The changing geography of advanced producer services, pp 1-14, 1991.

 

(with F. Martinelli and F. Djellal) The functional and spatial division of labour in information technology consultancy firms in Westen Europe, in: P. Daniels and F. Moulaert (eds.), The changing geography of advanced producer services, pp. 118-134, 1991.

 

(with E. Swyngedouw) Regional Development and the Geography of Flexible Production, in: Hilpert U. (ed.), Regional Innovation and Decentralization of Technology, Routledge, London, 1991.

 

(with E. Swyngedouw) Regionalentwicklung und die Geographie flexibler Produktionssysteme. Theoretische Auseinandersetzung und Empirische Belege aus Westeuropa und den USA, in: R. Borst et al. (ed.), Das neue Gesicht der Städte. Basel Boston Berlin, Birkhäuser, 1990.

 

(with F. Djellal and Y. Chikhaoui) La localisation des firmes françaises de conseil en haute technologie, in: Benko G. (ed.), La dynamique spatiale de l'économie contemporaine. La Garenne-Colombes, Editions de l'Espace Européen, 1990.

 

(with A. Martens) La main-d'oeuvre étrangère dans l'économie belge, a-t-elle accru la flexibilité de l'emploi? in: G. Abou Sada, Z. Zeroulou and B. Courault (eds.), Crise économique et main-d'oeuvre immigrée dans les pays industrialisés. Paris, Arcantère, 1990.

 

(with F. Djellal and Y. Chikhaoui) Les conseils en ingénierie informatique et (Télé)communications, in: ERMES, pp. 232–287, 1988.

 

(with T. Elfring) Approche statistique globale de la croissance des services complexes aux producteurs en France, aux Pays-Bas et aux Etats-Unis, in: ERMES, pp. 40–62, 1988.

 

L'interaction de l'offre et de la demande de services complexes aux grandes entreprises, in: ERMES, La Demande de services complexes des firmes multinationales et l'offre correspondante, Lille, UFR des Sciences Economiques, Etude effectuée pour le Commissariat Général du Plan, pp. 387-412, 1988.

 

Is een Micrologische Theorie van de Arbeid mogelijk? (Is a micro-logical theory of labour possible?), J. Lambooy (ed.), Arbeid, economisch goed? Alfen-a/d-Rijn, Samson Uitgeverij, 1987.

 

(with Fr. Willekens) Decentralization in Industrial Policy in Belgium, in: H. Muegge, W. Stöhr, B. Stuckey and P. Hesp (eds), International Economic Restructuring and the Territorial Community. Aldershot, Avebury, 1987.

 

Die Politik der Internationalen Migration in Belgien, in: Tränhardt D., Ausländerpolitik und Ausländerintegration in Belgien, den Niederlanden und der Bundesrepublik Deutschland, Düsseldorf, Landeszentrale für politische Bildung, 1986.

 

Vreemde werknemers, werkgelegenheid en sociale zekerheid, in: A. Martens et F. Moulaert (ed.) Buitenlandse Minderheden In Vlaanderen-België, Uitgeverij de Nederlandsche Boekhandel, pp. 61-74, 1985.

 

(with A. Martens) De toestand van de buitenlandse minderheden in Vlaanderen-België, in: A. Martens and F. Moulaert (eds.) Buitenlandse Minderheden In Vlaanderen-België, Uitgeverij de Nederlandsche Boekhandel, pp. 17-30, 1985.

 

Ouvriers immigrés, emploi et sécurité sociale, in: A. Martens et F. Moulaert (eds.), pp. 61-74, 1985.

 

Deregulering of Herregulering (Deregulation or re-regulation?), in: Polekar, Het Laboratorium van de Crisis. (The laboratory of the economic crisis). Leuven, Kritak, 1985.

 

De Crisisverklaringen (Economic crisis theory). Introduction to: Polekar, Het Laboratorium van de Crisis, Leuven, Kritak, 1985.

 

(with F. Vandenbroucke) De bestrijding van de werkloosheid: de bijdrage van Post-Keynesiaanse economen (Dealing with unemployment: the contributions of Post-Keynesian economists), in: Van Ryckeghem W., (ed.), Macro-economie en Politiek. Alfen-a/d-Rijn, Samson, 1983.

 

(with A. Martens) Arbeidsproces, sectorale dynamiek en gastarbeid in België (1970-1977) (Work process, sectoral dynamics and migrant labour) in: J.M.M. Van Amersfoort and H.B. Entzinger (ed.), Immigrant en samenleving. Deventer, Van Loghum Slaterus, pp. 77-98, 1982.

 

(with A. Martens) Het immigratiebeleid van de Belgische Overheid (Belgian immigration policy), in: Referaten van het 15e Vlaams Wetenschappelijk Economisch Congres, pp. 133-145, 1981.

 

Economische groei: waartoe? (The purpose of economic growth). Streven, Vol. 47, May 1980, p. 706-713, reprinted in: Polekar, Crisis en Werkgelegenheid. Leuven, pp. 87-94, 1981.

 

Economische crisis en immigratie. (Economic crisis and immigration), in: Polekar, Crisis en Werkgelegenheid (Crisis and Employment). Leuven, pp. 136-150, 1981.

 

(with F. Vandenbroucke) Een crisis in de tewerkstelling (The employment crisis), in: G. Van Steendam (ed.), Technologie: van nieuw naar beter? Leuven, Acco, pp. 39-93, 1981.

 

(with L. Caymax and F. Vandenbroucke) Arbeidstijdverkorting als alternatief voor werkloosheid (The reduction of labour time as an alternative to unemployment). Spectrum Jaarboek 1980, pp. 217-221, 1980.

 

(with R. Donckels and P. Van Rompuy) Determinanten van de Regionale Inkomensverdeling (Determinants of regional income distribution), in: Referaten van het 14e Vlaams Wetenschappelijk Economisch Congres. Brussels, No. IV, pp. 1-37, 1979.