Professor Michael Neuman

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Michael Neuman is Professor of Sustainable Urbanism in the Faculty of Architecture and the Built Environment at the University of Westminster as of January 2017, and principal of the Michael Neuman Consultancy since 1995. He was Professor of Sustainable Urbanism in the Faculty of the Built Environment at the University of New South Wales in Sydney, Australia, where he served as Director of the Infrastructure Research Cluster, Chair of the Built Environment Node of the Australian Climate Change Adaption Research Network for Settlements and Infrastructure, and Associate Director of the City Futures Research Centre.

Professor Neuman is the author of numerous articles, reports, and plans; translated into nine languages.  His books include Engendering Cities, The Futures of the City Region, The Imaginative Institution, Building California´s Future, and Coordinating Growth and Environmental Management Through Consensus Building.  Dr. Neuman has been awarded Fulbright and Regents Fellowships, and best article awards in Town Planning Review (twice), European Planning Studies and the Journal of the American Planning Association.  His professional and scholarly work has won numerous awards ranging from the National Endowment of the Arts and the National Science Foundation to the Planning Institute of Australia, the American Institute of Architects, the American Planning Association, and the Spanish and Catalan governments, among others.

Dr. Neuman’s experience spans more than three decades, specialising in interdisciplinary integration among the fields of planning, engineering, design, and governance for sustainable towns, cities, and regions; with an emphasis on the integration of sustainability, infrastructure and urban development.  He has advised the mayors of Barcelona, San Francisco, Oakland, and Wroclaw; along with the Regional Plan Association of New York, the Barcelona Metropolitan Plan, and governments and private clients around the world.  He has served on the Association of Collegiate Schools of Planning Governing Board, the Board of Directors of the California and Texas Chapters of the American Planning Association, and on the Editorial Boards of academic journals. 

He has engaged in pro-bono work, NGO leadership, and civic activism on several continents.

Michael Neuman is known for his leadership in pioneering concepts and practices in the planning and design professions.  These include a general theory of sustainability and a cognitive basis of institutional design and evolution.  He co-led the development of regional design, cross acceptance, and life-cycle methods for infrastructure planning, all in the 1980s while Planning Manager for the New Jersey Office of State Planning, which during Michael’s tenure there prepared the New Jersey State Plan, cited in the Journal of the American Planning Association as one of three landmark American plans of the 20th century, and the only plan to win President Clinton’s Council on Sustainable Development Example of Excellence Award.  

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AWARDS AND HONOURS

*  Best Article of the Year, “Measuring Sustainability”, Town Planning Review 2015 

*  Who’s Who in the World 2013 

*  Planning Institute of Australia NSW, Innovation in Research and Teaching Commendation 2013 

*  Best Article of the Year, “Ildefons Cerdà and the Future of Spatial Planning: The Network Urbanism of a City Planning Pioneer”, Town Planning Review 2011 

*  Best Article of the Year, Association of European Schools of Planning Finalist, “Ildefons Cerdà and the Future of Spatial Planning: The Network Urbanism of a City Planning Pioneer”, selected from over 50 European journals 2011

*  Who’s Who in America 2009 

*  Best Article of the Year "The Planning Dialectic of Continuity and Change: The Evolution of Metropolitan Planning in Madrid", European Planning Studies 2005  

*  Best Article of the Year Finalist, Association of European Schools of Planning "The Planning Dialectic of Continuity and Change: The Evolution of Metropolitan Planning in Madrid", selected from over 50 European journals 2005 

*  Generalitat de Catulunya, Spain Foreign Scholar Research Grant 2005 

*  President's Council on Sustainable Development. Example of Excellence Award (for the New Jersey State Plan, in part, which has won numerous awards) 1999 

*  Best Feature Award, “Does Planning Need the Plan?”, Journal of the American Planning Association 1999 

*  American Institute of Architects (AIA) California Council. Special Commendation (Bay Bridge Coalition leadership) 1998 

*  Fulbright Fellowship. City Planning in Spain 1994-1995 

*  U.S. Department of Education. Foreign Language and Area Studies (FLAS) Fellowship 1993-94 University of California. 

*  Regents Fellowship 1993-1994 

*  U.S. Department of Education. Foreign Language Fellowship 1993

*  National Endowment for the Arts. Mayors Institute Scholar 1992  

*  National Endowment for the Arts. Design Advancement -- for Regional Design 1991 

*  Who’s Who in the East 1989

EDUCATING EDUCATORS AND SELF-IMPROVEMENT

Wakonse Fellow Texas A&M 2008 – 2010

Wakonse South Teaching Seminar, Facilitator / Mentor Texas A&M 2008 – 2010

Wakonse South Planning Committee Member Texas A&M 2008 – 2010

Texas A&M Center for Teaching Excellence, Faculty Teaching Academy Certificate

Texas A&M 2007 – 2008

AWARDS related to teaching listed at the end of this section.

COURSES TAUGHT All graduate courses unless otherwise indicated

University of New South Wales

BENV 7020  Postgraduate Research Design Seminar 2013 – 2014 

Created new core course for PhD, MPhil and MRes students

BENV 7732  Sustainable Infrastructure and Transport 2012 – 2014

Created new cross-disciplinary course for multiple Masters degree programs

UDES 0002 Advanced Urban Design Studio 2011 – 2014

Core course for Master of Urban Development and Design Program 

UDES 0003 International Urban Design Studio 2011 – 2013

Core course for for Master of Urban Development and Design Program

UDES 0004 History and Theory of Urban Development and Design 2011 – 2014

Core course for Master of Urban Development and Design Program 

SUSD 0001 Sustainable Development and the Urban Environment 2012 – 2014

Core course for the Master of Sustainable Development Program

Texas A&M University

PLAN 669 Urban Infrastructure 2002 – 2011 

Elective course on urban infrastructure networks and planning, international perspective.

URSC 469 Urban Infrastructure 2008 – 2011

Core course for undergraduate Urban Planning minor and major.

CARC 331 Field Studies in Design Philosophy Barcelona 2007 – 2008

Created summer undergraduate course on cities, focus on infrastructure and public spaces

URSC 631 Foundations of Planning Thought 2006 – 2011

Created new doctoral seminar on planning theory

PS PLAN 675 Sustainable Urbanism 2006 – 2011 

Created new seminar and practicum on planning and design for urban sustainability.

Student projects preparing regional plans (New Orleans) or regional analyses (Texas Urban Triangle) were published as 120 and 140 page 11 x 17 full color reports and can be accessed on line: http://sustainableurbanism.tamu.edu/projects.html

*  American Planning AssociationTexas Chapter Best Student Project Award

*  American Planning Association Central Texas Section Best Student Project Award

PLAN 664 History and Theory of Planning 2000 – 2004, 

2008 - 2011

Core course – an international historical survey of planning theory and practice.

PLAN 610 Structure and Function of Cities 2000 – 2005 

Core course – an international historical survey of cities and urbanization. 

Sustainable Communities, Sustainable Societies 2003 – 2004 

University Scholars Seminar with students selected from top 45 undergraduates in entire university. Conceived, coordinated, co-taught with faculty from six disciplines.

URSC 415 Urban Issues 2007

Core course for undergraduate Urban Planning minor and major

PLAN 610 Cities and Cultures (ENGL 489 cross-list) 2003

Conceived and coordinated this combined Urban Planning graduate course and undergraduate Honors course co-taught with English professor Victoria Rosner. 30 students from 5 departments. On modern cities in Europe and North America since 1850.

PS PLAN 662-663 Collaborative Planning Studio   2002 – 2003 

Six credit collaborative, client-based urban design studios with a community outreach and service learning focus. Students and faculty from up to three degree programs. Received $67,000 in grants - $45,000 from the City of Palacios (2003) to study existing conditions and prepare an Urban Design Plan, and $22,000 from Sherwin Alumina Corporation (2002) to analyze existing conditions and prepare a Sustainable Land Development Plan for 11,000 acres. Lead faculty, with Profs. Tazim Jamal and Ute Jamrozy, Dept. of Recreation, Parks, and Tourism Sciences (2003), and Tom Woodfin (2002) and Jody Naderi (2003), Dept. of Landscape Architecture and Urban Planning. Palacios Urban Design Plan won in 2004: 

*  American Planning Association Best Student Project Award Honorable Mention

*  American Planning AssociationTexas Chapter Best Student Project Award

PS ARCH 405 Sustainable Urban Redevelopment Studio 2001 

On my initiative, faculty members from architecture, urban planning, land development, and construction science collaborated on the first-ever college-wide urban plan/design/build studio, with 40 students. Co-coordinated this urban design project for downtown Bryan.

PLAN 620 Conflict Resolution and Negotiation   2000 – 2001 

Seminar on conflict resolution and consensus building, taken by students from across the university. Developed completely new syllabus, taught solo 2000, led / co-taught 2001. 

University of California at Berkeley

PS PLAN 116 Sustainable Community Redevelopment Studio 1999

Four credit collaborative urban design studio had 20 graduate and undergraduate students from eleven degree programs. Developed completely new syllabus, co-taught with one other lecturer. Service project for the West Berkeley Neighborhood Development Corporation.

PLAN 110 Introduction to Planning 1991

Teaching Assistant, led section of 32 undergraduates one day per week, assisted professor with three other teaching assistants, 130 students total.

Seton Hall University

PSMA 7111 Strategic Planning Theory Seminar 1990

Seminar on strategic planning for the public and corporate sectors, 12 masters students.

National and International Competitions and Awards won by my Students, Advisees and myself

Three minute thesis presentation, UNSW Faculty of the Built Environment, awarded to my doctoral student Matt McLaren 2014

Planning Institute of Australia NSW, Innovation in Research and Teaching Commendation 2013

Best Urban Design Student Project, the Commissioner Hoffmann Urban Design Award, UNSW, awarded to my Master of Urban Design and Development student Genevieve Blanchett 2013

Best Student Project Award, American Planning Association Texas Chapter  2009 Texas Urban Triangle: Framing Future Growth, Lead faculty with Prof. Elise Bright.

Best Student Project Award, American Planning Association Central Texas Section 2009 Texas Urban Triangle: Framing Future Growth, Lead faculty with Prof. Elise Bright.  

Finalist, American Planning Association, Best Masters Student Thesis, Jennifer Opon 2008

Winner, Foundation for Urban and Regional Studies International Competition Prize for the Best Essay on Urban and Regional Themes by Young Authors (under 35), Zhu Qian 2006 

(This was a conference paper for 2nd World Planning Schools Congress in Mexico City and published as Zhu Qian (2007) “Institutions and local growth coalitions in China's urban land reform: The case of Hangzhou High-Technology Zone”. Asia Pacific Viewpoint 48(2), 219–233)

American Planning Association Texas Chapter Best Student Project Award  2004 Palacios Urban Design Plan, Lead faculty, with Profs. Tazim Jamal and Jody Naderi.

American Planning Association Best Student Project Award, Honorable Mention 2004 Palacios Urban Design Plan, Lead faculty, with Profs. Tazim Jamal and Jody Naderi.

Research grants are listed first, publications follow.

TOTAL SPONSORED FUNDING $1,088,400 – $816,400 as CI/PI, $272,000 as Co-PI 

30  graduate students and postdocs funded 

Externally Funded Research – Peer Reviewed:

Project Title: PS Sydney Climate Change Adaptation Research Review – Settlements 

Funding Source: New South Wales Department of Environment and Heritage

Period: 2012

Grant Amount: $20,000

Contribution: Chief Investigator

Postoc and Student Funded: Dr. Sandra Schuster and Erica Tineo

Project Title: PS Sydney Climate Change Adaptation Research Review - Buildings and Neighborhoods

Funding Source: New South Wales Department of Environment and Heritage

Period: 2012

Grant Amount: $20,000

Contribution: Chief Investigator

Doctoral Students Funded: Tracie Harvison, Aida Afrooz

Project Title: Center for Transportation and Electricity Convergence

Funding Source: National Science Foundation

Period: 2010-2015

Grant Amount: $7,500,000 * not included in totals above

Contribution: Researcher

Project Title: PS Texas Urban Triangle: Pilot Study to Implement a Spatial Decision Support System for Sustainable Mobility

Funding Source: University Transportation Center for Mobility

Period: 2010-2011

Grant Amount: $109,785 

Contribution: Principal Investigator 

Graduate Students Funded: Hwanyong Kim, Martin Siwek

Project Title: PS Texas Urban Triangle: Creating a Spatial Decision Support System for Mobility Policy and Investments to Shape Texas’s Growth Sustainably

Funding Source: University Transportation Center for Mobility

Period: 2009-2010

Grant Amount: $100,000 

Contribution: Principal Investigator 

Graduate Students Funded: Nathanael Proctor, Martin Siwek

Project Title: I/UCRC for PHEV: Transportation and Electricity Convergence in the Built Environment 

Funding Source: National Science Foundation

Period: 2009-2010

Grant Amount: $10,000 planning grant

Contribution: Researcher 

Project Title: Creating a Multi-factor Performance Assessment Model to test Governance Performance in Multi-Scalar Large Institutional Networks

Funding Source: National Science Foundation

Period: 2006-2008

Grant Amount: $125,000 

Contribution: Principal Investigator 

Post-Doc Funded: Franziska Hasselmann

Project Title: PS Texas Urban Triangle: Framework for Future Growth

Funding Source: Southwest Region University Transportation Center

Period: 2006-2007

Grant Amount: $50,000 

Contribution: Principal Investigator 

Graduate Students Funded: Jose Gavinha, Zhu Qian, Tony Topping, Jennifer Opon, Nathanael Proctor, Varun Gupta

Project Title: Building Institutions for Flexible Governance: Planning in Barcelona and Madrid

Funding Source: Generalitat de Catulunya, Spain (autonomous regional government)

Period: 2005

Grant Amount: $25,000 (19,000 euros)

Contribution: Principal Investigator (sole investigator)

Project Title: PS Community Development Work Study Grant 

Funding Source: United States Department of Housing and Urban Development 

Period: 2001-2003

Grant Amount: $90,000

Contribution: Co-Principal Investigator, with Kermit Lynch, Principal Investigator and Marlynn May, Co-Principal Investigator

Graduate Students Funded: three with full HUD scholarships

Project Title: PS Community Outreach Partnership Center Grant 

Funding Source: United States Department of Housing and Urban Development 

Period: 2000-2002

Grant Amount: $150,000

Contribution: Co-Principal Investigator, with Kermit Lynch, Principal Investigator 

Project Title: Madrid City and Metropolitan Planning 

Funding Source: Program for Cultural Cooperation between Spain's Ministry of Culture and United States' Universities

Period: 2000

Grant Amount:  $1,500

Contribution: Principal Investigator (sole investigator)

Project Title: PS Current Conditions in California’s Infrastructure Planning 

Funding Source: Public Policy Institute of California

Period 1999

Grant Amount: $36,000

Contribution: Principal Investigator

Graduate Student Funded: Jan Whittington, University of California at Berkeley

Project Title: City Planning in Barcelona

Funding Source: Fulbright Fellowship

Period: 1994 – 1995

Grant Amount: $20,000

Contribution: Principal Investigator (sole investigator)

Project Title: Building Institutions for Flexible Governance

Funding Source: US Department of Education Area Studies Fellowship

Period: 1993 - 1994

Grant Amount: $8,500

Contribution: Principal Investigator (sole investigator)

Project Title: Madrid City and Metropolitan Planning 

Funding Source: Program for Cultural Cooperation between Spain's Ministry of Culture and United States' Universities

Period: 1993 

Grant Amount: $4,000

Contribution: Principal Investigator (sole investigator)

Project Title: PS Regional Design 

Funding Source: National Endowment for the Arts. Design Advancement Grant 

Period: 1991 - 1992 

Grant Amount: $27,000

Contribution: Principal Investigator (sole investigator)

PEER REVIEWED SPONSORED RESEARCH – INTERNAL   

Project Title: Collaborative and Interdisciplinary International Design:

Charrette on Sustainable Urban design practices in Florence, Italy 

Funding Source: University of Westminster Strategic Research Fund

Period: 2017

Grant Amount: £34,094

Contribution: Chief Investigator

Project Title: Infrastructure Research Cluster

Funding Source: UNSW Built Environment Faculty Research Grant

Period: 2014

Grant Amount: $18,000

Contribution: Principal Investigator 

Graduate student funded: Alec Gelgota

Project Title: Electric Vehicle Research

Funding Source: UNSW Built Environment Faculty Research Grant

Period: 2013

Grant Amount: $18,850

Contribution: Principal Investigator

Post-doc funded: Araz Taeihagh

Project Title: City Planning in Madrid

Funding Source: Texas A&M University International Research Assistance Grant

Period: 2004

Grant Amount: $750

Contribution: Principal Investigator (sole investigator)

Project Title: Sustainable Infrastructure Planning

Funding Source: Texas A&M University College of Architecture Research and Interdisciplinary Council 

Period: 2004

Grant Amount: $7,500

Contribution: Principal Investigator 

Graduate Students Funded:  Baoliang Liu and Firas Al-Douri

Project Title: Sustainable Infrastructure

Funding Source: Texas A&M University College of Architecture Research and Interdisciplinary Council

Period: 2002

Grant Amount: $5,000

Contribution: Principal Investigator (sole investigator)

Project Title: Urban Identity in Berlin 

Funding Source: Texas A&M University International Research Travel Assistance Grant 

Period: 2001

Grant Amount: $1,000

Contribution: Principal Investigator (sole investigator)

Project Title: The Mother of Reinvention: Barcelona in the Modern Era

Funding Source: Texas A&M University Faculty Mini-Grant

Period: 2000

Grant Amount: $1,500

Contribution: Principal Investigator (sole investigator)

Project Title: Regional Design of the Texas Urban Triangle 

Funding Source: Texas A&M University College of Architecture Research Council

Period: 2000

Grant Amount: $5,000

Contribution: Principal Investigator

Graduate Students Funded:  Mike Rehm

Project Title: Urban Planning in Spain 

Funding Source: Texas A&M University International Research Travel Assistance Grant

Period: 1999

Grant Amount: $1,500

Contribution: Principal Investigator (sole investigator)

Project Title: Barcelona City and Metropolitan Planning 

Funding Source: University of California at Berkeley Catalonian Studies Program

Period: 1994

Grant Amount: $3,000

Contribution: Principal Investigator (sole investigator)

Project Title: Urban Planning in Spain and Italy

Funding Source: University of California, Berkeley Center for German & European Studies

Period: 1992

Grant Amount: $2,500

Contribution: Principal Investigator (sole investigator)

TEACHING AND CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT GRANTS – total  $185,000

Project title: Sustainability Audit for Master Plans

Funding Source: Tampa-Hillsborough, FL Joint City-County Planning Commission

Period: 2009-2010

Grant Amount: $25,000

Contribution: Principal Investigator

Graduate Students Funded: Russell Blessing, Heather Anderson, Ridwan Quaium, Caleb Spangenberger

Project Title: Pathways to the Doctorate Research Assistantship

Funding Source: Texas A&M University

Period: 2009 - 2011

Grant Amount: $36,000

Contribution: Principal Investigator – to fund a new minority doctoral student 

Graduate Student Awarded: Rudy Eguia – funds not dispersed

Project Title: PS Texas Urban Triangle: Framework for Future Growth

Funding Source: Southwest Region Universities Transportation Center

Period: 2006-2007

Grant Amount: $50,000 Note: also listed with research.  Most of this money supported graduate students in two courses, PLAN 662 and PLAN 675

Contribution: Principal Investigator 

Project Title: PS Palacios Texas Urban Design Plan 

Funding Source: City of Palacios, Texas

Period: 2003

Grant Amount: $45,000 Virtually all of this total supported students, save production costs

Contribution: Principal Investigator 

Student Funded: Lorraine Lopez

Project Title: PS Sherwin Alumina Land Development Plan

Funding Source: Sherwin Alumina Corporation, Texas

Period: 2003

Grant Amount: $22,000 Virtually all went to support students, save production costs

Contribution: Co-Principal Investigator 

Project Title: Cities and Civilizations

Funding Source: Texas A&M University College Honors Curriculum Development Grant

Period: 2002-2003

Grant Amount: $2,000

Contribution: Principal Investigator (sole investigator)

Project Title: Development of Interactive Multimedia for CP 116

Funding Source: University of California, Berkeley

Period: 1999

Grant Amount:  $2,880

Contribution: Principal Investigator (sole investigator)

Project Title: Data Compilation and Acquisition of Materials for CP 116

Funding Source: University of California, Berkeley

Period: 1999

Grant Amount:  $1,000

Contribution: Principal Investigator (sole investigator)

Project Title: Course Improvement Grant

Funding Source: University of California at Berkeley

Period: 1991

Grant Amount: $1,000

Contribution: Principal Investigator (sole investigator)

BOOKS AND RESEARCH MONOGRAPHS 

5. Inés Sánchez de Madariaga, Sonia Hurtado and Michael Neuman, editors. Engendering Cities. Designing Sustainable Urban Spaces for All. London: Routledge, forthcoming.

4. Michael Neuman and Angela Hull, editors. 2011. The Futures of the City Region. London: Routledge, ISBN 978-0-415-58803-4.  Paperback edition, 2013. ISBN 978-0-415-82890-1

3. Michael Neuman. 2010. The Imaginative Institution: Planning and Governance in Madrid. Aldershot, UK: Ashgate, ISBN 978-1-4094-0541-2. eBook edition, 2012. ISBN 978-1-4094-8878-1

2. Michael Neuman and Jan Whittington. 2000. Building California’s Future: Current Conditions in California's Infrastructure Planning, Budgeting and Financing. Public Policy Institute of California, San Francisco, ISBN 978-1582130248.

1. Judith Innes, Judith Gruber, Michael Neuman, Robert Thompson. 1994.  Coordinating Growth and Environmental Management Through Consensus Building. Report to the California Policy Seminar, Berkeley, California. 270 pages. 

RESEARCH REPORTS

Harvison, T., Afrooz, A., Neuman, M. 2012 Climate Change Adaptation: Buildings and Neighbourhoods. Report to the New South Wales Office of Environment and Heritage, Sydney, Australia. 105 pages.

Schuster, S., Tinio, E., Neuman, M. 2012. Climate Change Adaptation Research Review: Settlements and Communities. Report to the New South Wales Office of Environment and Heritage, Sydney, Australia. 45 pages.

Hwan Yong Kim, Doug Wunneburger, Jun Huang, Curtis Morgan, Michael Neuman (PI). Texas Urban Triangle: Creating a Spatial Decision Support System for Mobility Policy and Investments that Shape the Sustainable Growth of Texas, Phase Two, 2011, University Transportation Center for Mobility, Texas Transportation Institute. 42 pages. http://utcm.tamu.edu/publications/final_reports.stm

Michael Neuman, Elise Bright, Curtis Morgan. Texas Urban Triangle: Creating a Spatial Decision Support System for Mobility Policy and Investments that Shape the Sustainable Growth of Texas, 2010, University Transportation Center for Mobility, Texas Transportation Institute. 35 pages. http://utcm.tamu.edu/publications/final_reports.stm

Michael Neuman, ed. Hillsborough County Sustainability Report, 2010, Department of Landscape Architecture and Urban Planning, TAMU. Led group of 15 graduate students from three disciplines to prepare recommendations to revise the comprehensive plan. 166 pages.

Michael Neuman, ed. City of Tampa, Florida Comprehensive Plan Sustainability Audit, 2010, Department of Landscape Architecture and Urban Planning, TAMU. Led group of 18 graduate planning students to prepare a sustainability audit. 132 pages.

Michael Neuman, ed. Hillsborough County, Florida Comprehensive Plan Sustainability Audit, 2010, Department of Landscape Architecture and Urban Planning, TAMU. Led group of 18 graduate planning students to prepare a sustainability audit. 138 pages.

Michael Neuman and Elise Bright, eds. Texas Urban Triangle: Framework for Future Growth, 2008, Southwest Universities Transportation Consortium, College Station, TX. 141 pp. 11 x 17. Led a group of 30 students from 5 disciplines to prepare an analysis of the Texas Urban Triangle urban mega-region of 17 million persons and 58,000 square miles.

Michael Neuman, ed. Rebuilding a Sustainable Gulf Coast: A Regional Plan for New Orleans and Environs, 2006, Department of Landscape Architecture and Urban Planning, TAMU.

Led a group of 18 students from 6 disciplines to prepare an analysis and recovery plan for New Orleans and South Louisiana, working at multiple scales. The LRA and the City of NOLA use it for their Hurricane Katrina recovery work.

ARTICLES in Refereed Journals

*   indicates co-author is my student, advisee, or mentee 

T  indicates Teaching and Pedagogy – article specifically written for pedagogical purposes

32 Inés Sánchez de Madariaga and Michael Neuman “Mainstreaming Gender in the City” Town Planning Review, 87(5): 493-504, 2016.  doi:10.3828/tpr.2016.33

31 T Michael Neuman “Teaching Collaborative and Interdisciplinary Service-based Urban Design and Planning Studios” Journal of Urban Design, 21(5): 596-615, 2015. 

30 Michael Neuman and Stuart W. Churchill “Measuring Sustainability” Town Planning Review, 86(4): 457–482, 2015. Winner, Best Article. Most downloaded article, 2015.

29 Michael Neuman “The Long Emergence of the Infrastructure Emergency” Town Planning Review, 85(6):795-806, 2014.

28 Crystal Legacy*, Carey Curtis, Michael Neuman “Adapting the Deliberative Democracy ‘template’ for Planning Practice” Town Planning Review, 85(3):319-340, 2014.

27 HwanYong Kim*, Douglas Wunneburger, Michael Neuman, and S.Y. Ahn "Optimizing High-Speed Rail Routes using a Spatial Decision Support System (SDSS): The Texas Urban Triangle (TUT) Case" Journal of Transport Geography, 34:194-201, 2014.

26 HwanYong Kim*, Douglas Wunneburger, and Michael Neuman. “High-Speed Rail Route and Regional Mobility with a Raster-Based Decision Support System: The Texas Urban Triangle Case" Journal of Geographic Information Systems, 5(6):559-566, 2013.

25 Michael Neuman “The Image of the Institution: A Cognitive Theory of Institutional Change” Journal of the American Planning Association, 78(2) 139-156, 2012.

24 Michael Neuman and Stuart Churchill “A General Process Model of Sustainability” Industrial and Engineering Chemistry Research, 50: 8901-8904, 2011.

23 Michael Neuman “Infrastructure Planning for Sustainable Cities” Geographica Helvetica, 15(2) 100-107, 2011.

22 Michael Neuman “Ildefons Cerdà and the Future of Spatial Planning: The Network Urbanism of a City Planning Pioneer” Town Planning Review, 82(2) 117-143, 2011. Winner, Best Article of the Year. Most downloaded article, 2011.

21 Vaibav Malhotra*, José Fernández Solís, Sarel Lavy, Michael Neuman ¨Feasibility of an Off-grid Renewable Energy Source for the Mercantile Sector” Journal of Green Building, 5(1) 71-87, 2010.

20 Michael Neuman and Sheri Smith “Infrastructure and City Planning: Once and Future Partners” Journal of Planning History, 9(1) 21-42, 2010. Most downloaded article, 2009/2010.

19 Michael Neuman “Spatial Planning Leadership by Infrastructure: An American View” International Planning Studies, 14(2) 201-217, 2009.

18 Michael Neuman and Angela Hull “The Futures of the City Region” Regional Studies, 43(6) 777-787, 2009.

17 Michael Neuman. "Multi-Scalar Large Institutional Networks in Regional Planning" Planning Theory and Practice, 8(3) 319–344, 2007.

16 Michael Neuman. “La Gobernanza Regional Metropolitana: Grandes Redes Institucionales y Fenómenos de Multiescala” (Metropolitan Regional Governance: Large Institutional Networks and Multi-Scalar Phenomena) Urban, 11:6-23, 2006. Lead article.

15 T  Michael Neuman. “Infiltrating Infrastructures” Journal of Urban Technology, 13(1):3-31, 2006. Lead article.

14 T  Michael Neuman. “The Uses and Scope of City Planning Theory” Planning Theory, 4(2):123–145, 2005. Lead article.

13 Michael Neuman. “The Compact City Fallacy” Journal of Planning Education and Research, 25(1):11-26, 2005. Lead Article, Silver Anniversary Issue. 

12 Michael Neuman and Jose Gavinha*. "The Planning Dialectic of Continuity and Change: The Evolution of Metropolitan Planning in Madrid" European Planning Studies, 13(7):985-1012, 2005. Winner, Best Article of the Year.

11 Michael Neuman. "Regional Design: Recovering a Landscape Architecture and Urban Planning Tradition" Landscape and Urban Planning, 47:115-128, 2000. 

10 Michael Neuman. "Communicate This: Does Consensus Lead to Advocacy and Pluralism?" Journal of Planning Education and Research, 19(4):343-350, 2000.

9 Michael Neuman. "A New Approach to Planning and Governing: The Jersey Shore Experience" Ocean and Coastal Management, 42:815-34, 1999.

8 Michael Neuman. "Planning, Governing and the Image of the City" Journal of Planning Education and Research, 18:61-71, 1998.

7 T  Michael Neuman. “Does Planning Need the Plan?” Journal of the American Planning Association, 64,2:208-220, 1998.  Winner, American Planning Awards, Best Feature of the Year, 1999.

6 Michael Neuman. “The Imaginative Institution: Planning and Institutions in Madrid” Berkeley Planning Journal, 12:159-160, 1997.

5 Michael Neuman. “The Imaginative Institution: Planning and Politics in Madrid" Planning Theory, 15:120-131, 1996.

4 Michael Neuman. "Images as Institution Builders: Metropolitan Planning in Madrid" European Planning Studies, 4(3):293-312, 1996.

3 Michael Neuman. "La Ciudad y La Imagen" Ciudad y Territorio, 104:377-394, 1995. (Madrid)

2 Michael Neuman. Utopia, Dystopia, Diaspora" Journal of the American Planning Association, 57(3):344-7, 1991.

1 Hilda Blanco and Michael Neuman "The Environment as Common Ground" Journal of the American Planning Association, 55(3):339-341, 1989.

EDITED JOURNALS / SPECIAL ISSUES

Town Planning Review special issue (87(5), 2016) titled Planning the Gendered City, co-editor with Prof. Inés Sánchez de Madariaga.

Regional Studies special issue volume 43 issue 6 (2009), pages 777 – 877 titled The Futures of the City Region. Lead Editor, with Angela Hull, Co-Editor.  Contributors: Peter Hall, Patsy Healey, Angela Hull, Robert Lang, Michael Neuman, Ananya Roy, Ivan Turok, Stephen Wheeler

REFEREED BOOK CHAPTERS AND ANTHOLOGIES

9 Michael Neuman and Nadia Nur “Simplexity, Complicity, and Emergent Collectivities: Informal Urbanism in Rome” in Tigran Haas and Hans Westlund, editors. Forthcoming, 2018. In the Post-Urban World: Emergent Transformations of Cities and Regions in the Innovative Global Economy. London: Routledge.

8 T Michael Neuman “The Collaborative Interdisciplinary Studio” in Chris Silver and Andrea Frank, editors. Forthcoming, 2017. Educating the World of Planning. New York: Springer.

7 Michael Neuman “Rethinking Borders” in Wendy Steele, Tooran Alizadeh and LeilaEslami-Andargoli, editors. 2014. Planning Across Borders. London: Routledge, 15-30.

6 Peter M J Fisher and Michael Neuman “Restoring Infrastructures” in Edward Blakely, Eugenie Birch, Roland Anglin & Haruo Hayashi, editors. 2011. Managing Urban Disaster Recovery: Policy, Planning, Concepts and Cases. Crowthorne, UK: Crisis Response Publishing, pp. 179-197.

5 Michael Neuman & Angela Hull “The Futures of the City Region” in Michael Neuman & Angela Hull, editors. 2011 (May) The Futures of the City Region. London: Routledge, ISBN is 978-0-415-58803-4.

4 Michael Neuman. “Using Research to Build Planning Institutions”, pages 215-219, in Van den Broeck, J., Moulaert, F., Oosterlynck, S., eds., 2008. Empowering the Planning Fields: Ethics, Creativity, Action. Leuven, Belgium: ACCO Press.

3 T Michael Neuman. “Does Planning Need the Plan?” Reprinted in Eugenie Birch, ed., 2008. The Urban and Regional Planning Reader. London, New York: Routledge.

2 T  Michael Neuman. “How Institutions and Individuals Use Plans: Planning Cultures and Images of Futures”, pages 155-174, in Lewis D. Hopkins and Marisa A. Zapata, eds., 2007. Engaging the Future: Forecasts, Scenarios, Plans, and Projects. Cambridge, MA: Lincoln Institute Press.

1 Michael Neuman. "Images as Institution Builders: Metropolitan Planning in Madrid", pages 77-94, in Patsy Healey, et al., eds., 1997. Making Strategic Spatial Plans: Innovation in Europe. London, University College London Press.

ENCYCLOPEDIA ENTRIES

Michael Neuman. "Infrastructure", pages 261-264, in Roger W. Caves, ed., 2005. Encyclopedia of the City. London; New York: Routledge.

REVIEWS and REVIEW ESSAYS in Refereed Journals

10 Michael Neuman. Book review of Bishwapriya Sanyal, Lawrence Vale and Christina Rosan, eds., 2013. Planning Ideas that Matter, edited by Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, in Urban Policy and Research, 31(4):500-502.

9 Michael Neuman. Book review of Tridib Banerjee and Anastasia Loukaitou-Sideris, editors, 2011. Companion to Urban Design London: Routledge, in Journal of the American Planning Association, 78(2):212, 2012.

8 Michael Neuman. Book review of Patsy Healey, 2007. Urban Complexity and Spatial Strategies: Towards a relational planning for our times. London: Routledge, in Planning Theory, 8(3): 309-316, 2009.

7 Michael Neuman. Book review of Tim Marshall, ed. 2004. Transforming Barcelona, London: Routledge, in Town Planning Review. 77(5):630-633, 2006.

6 Michael Neuman. Book review of Olivier Coutard, Richard Hanley, and Rae Zimmerman, eds. 2005. Sustaining Urban Networks: The Social Diffusion of Large Technical Systems London: Routledge, in Planning Theory and Practice. 7,3:353-354, 2006. Lead Review

5 Mark Linenschmidt* and Michael Neuman. Book review of Gene Bunnell, 2002. Making Places Special Chicago, IL: APA Press, in Town Planning Review. 74(4):476-77, 2003.

4 Michael Neuman. Book review of Bruce Katz, ed., 2000. Reflections on Regionalism, Washington, D.C.: Brookings Institution Press, in Journal of Architectural and Planning Research. 19(4):351-354, 2002. Lead Review

3 Michael Neuman. "Museum with a Message" in Journal of the American Planning Association, 61(4):518-20, 1995, Book review of Espuche, Albert Garcia, 1994. Ciudades: del globo al satelite. Madrid: Electa; and Dethier, Jean and Alain Guiheux, 1994. Visions Urbanes Europa 1870 – 1993. Madrid:Electa. Lead Review

2 Michael Neuman. "Space and Place, Haste and Waste" in Berkeley Planning Journal. 7:157-165, 1992. Book review of Henri Lefebvre, 1991 (1974). The Production of Space. Oxford: Basil Blackwell; and Kevin Lynch, 1990. Wasting Away. San Francisco: Sierra Club Books. 

1 Jim Gilbert and Michael Neuman. Book review of Sidney Plotkin, 1987. Keep Out: The Struggle for Land Use Control, University of California Press, Berkeley, in Journal of the American Planning Association. 54(4):545-546. 1988.

PAPERS in Refereed Conference Proceedings

18 Aida Afrooz*, David White, Michael Neuman, “Way-finding Improves Visual Memory for Built Environments” Proceedings, 2nd International Workshop on Eye Tracking for Spatial Research, Vienna, Austria September 2014.

17 Aida Afrooz*, David White, Michael Neuman, 2014.Which visual cues are important in way-finding? Measuring the influence of travel mode on visual memory for built environments” Proceedings, Universal Design 2014 Conference, Lund, Sweden, Vol. 35, pp. 394-403. DOI  10.3233/978-1-61499-403-9-394

16 Michael Neuman, “Teaching Sustainable Urbanism Practice Via Collaborative Interdisciplinary Studios”, Proceedings, ANZAPS, the Australian and New Zealand Association of Planning Schools, annual conference, Bendigo, Victoria, September 2012.

15 Michael Neuman, “Good City Process Knowledge for Sustainability” Proceedings, IFKAD-KCWS 2012 annual congress, Matera, Italy, June 2012.

14 Michael Neuman, “Texas Urban Triangle: A Spatial Decision Support System to Shape Future Growth” Proceedings, Association of European Schools of Planning annual conference, Liverpool, England, July 2009.

13 Michael Neuman, “The Texas Urban Triangle: Framework for Future Growth” Proceedings, Joint ACSP/AESOP Congress, Chicago, IL. July 2008.

12 Michael Neuman “Regional Plan and Design to Rebuild a Sustainable Louisiana Gulf Coast” Proceedings, Association of European Schools of Planning annual conference, Naples, Italy, July 2007.

11 Michael Neuman “Spatial-Institutional Isomorphism: Mirror Mirror on the Ground” Proceedings, World Planning Schools Congress, Mexico City, July 2006.

10 Michael Neuman “A General Theory of Sustainability” Proceedings, World Planning Schools Congress, Mexico City, July 2006.

9 Churchill, S.W., Neuman, M.A generalized mathematical model for sustainability” Conference Proceedings, American Institute of Chemical Engineers annual meeting, pp. 344-354. Cincinnati: AIChE. October 2005. 

8 Michael Neuman. “Multi-Scalar Large Institutional Networks for Regional Planning”, Proceedings, Association of European Schools of Planning annual conference, 2 pp., Vienna, Austria: AESOP July 2005.

7 Neuman, M., Churchill, S.W. 2005 “The role of thermodynamics and rate processes with respect to alternative fuels” American Institute of Chemical Engineers Spring National Meeting, Conference Proceedings, pp. 2389 Atlanta, Georgia: AIChE April 2005. 

6 Michael Neuman. "Planning Houston: A City Without a Planning Culture" Proceedings, 11th Conference of the International Planning History Society. p. 215.  Barcelona, Spain: IPHS 2004.

5 Michael Neuman. "The Planning Dialectic of Continuity and Change: The Evolution of Metropolitan Planning as Institutional Design" Proceedings, Association of European Schools of Planning annual conference, pp. 168-9. Grenoble, France: AESOP 2004.

4 Michael Neuman. "Innovation in Regional Planning: The Evolution of Large Institutional Networks" Proceedings, City Futures: An International Conference on Globalism and Urban Change.  Chicago: University of Illinois 2004.

3 Michael Neuman. "Planning the City Without a Plan" Proceedings, International Sustainable Urban Form Conference. pp. 69-75. Trani, Italy, published by Uniongrafica Corcelli Editrice, Bari, Italy, 2003.

2 Michael Neuman. “Images and Place-Making Institutions”, Proceedings, Inaugural World Planning Schools Congress. p. 178. Shanghai, China, 2001.

1 Michael Neuman. “Will the Real Sustainable Development Please Stand Up?” Proceedings, XIV Congress Association of European Schools of Planning. p. 83. Brno, Czech Republic, 2000.

PLANS, PROFESSIONAL PUBLICATIONS AND TECHNICAL REPORTS

26 Michael Neuman, “Good City Process” MUDD 17 Annual Report, Faculty of the Built Environment, University of New South Wales, 2012.

25 Miguel Roldan and Michael Neuman, “Nou Relat per a l’habitatge públic com a infraestructura cívica” in Xavier Trias, ed. Generació Barcelona. Barcelona: La Malgrana, 2011.

24 Michael Neuman, “Texas Urban Triangle: Framework for Future Growth” Planning and Policy, 10: 104-109, Seoul, Korea: Korean Research Institute for Human Settlements, 2009.

23 Michael Neuman, et al., “Playa Dominical Master Plan Concept” Dominical, Costa Rica, 2007.  50 pages.  Graduate students employed: Paula Lorente, Michael Work, Abhijeet Shaboo

22 Michael Neuman. “Planning Without Plans” Agora. (Netherlands) special issue titled Perspectives on Planning, December 21,5:11-14, 2005.

21 PS Michael Neuman. “Do Plans and Zoning Matter?” Planning. December 69,11:28-33, 2003. Cover article.  Graduate student employed: Baoliang Liu

20 “Michael Neuman: The Recovery of Plan-Based Planning” Planning and Policy. (Korea) 245: 121-137, 2002. Interviewed by Wang-Geun Lee.

19 Michael Neuman. Photographs of Shanghai, China in Annette Homann, "Erster Welt Kongress der Stadt-und Regionalplanerschulen 2001 in Shanghai" Arch+. August 157:6-72001.

18 PS Michael Neuman. “The Web Comes to the Northern Section” APA California Northern News. July/August 1999, pp. 1-2. Cover article.

17 Betsy Morris and Michael Neuman, “Business Plan” and “Marketing Feasibility Study”, Spanish Speaking Unity Council, Oakland, California, 1999.

16 Michael Neuman, “Sustainable Oakland Strategic Plan”, Oakland Sharing the Vision, Oakland, California, 1998.

15 PS Michael Neuman and Paola Deda. "Planner Left Out Bridge's Soul" San Francisco Chronicle. Op-ed page, July 23, 1998, page A-23. www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/article.cgi?f=/c/a/1998/07/23/ED33751.DTL&hw=michael+neuman&sn=001&sc=1000

14 PS William McClung, Stuart Cowan, Katy Langstaff, Noah Booker, Glenn Jones, Christopher Alexander, and Michael Neuman. "Toward a Civic Ecology of Buffer Zone Restoration" News from the Buffer Zone. 3:2-3, 1998.

13 Michael Neuman. “Darwin’s Pleasure” San Francisco Bay Guardian. Nov. 4, 1998, p. 51.

12 PS Michael Neuman. “The Northern Section Takes on the Bay Bridge” APA California Northern News. July/August 1997, pp. 1,4,6. Cover Article.

11 PS Michael Neuman. “Chamber Pushes for a Signature Bridge” Oakland Business Review. August , XV,8:14-15, 1997.

10 PS Michael Neuman. "El Eslabon Debil" Alfoz. 107:129-136, 1994. (Madrid) Special Issue on the Madrid General Plan, only non-Spanish author.

9 PS Michael Neuman. "Negotiation in Florida and New Jersey" Land Use Forum. 2,3:200-204, 1993.

8 New Jersey State Planning Commission, 1991, Interim State Development and Redevelopment Plan, Trenton, New Jersey.

7 Michael Neuman and Robert Kull. 1991. Resource and Investment Management System.

New Jersey State Planning Commission, Trenton, New Jersey. Report on the infrastructure needs of the State of New Jersey, in which we developed a life cycle needs assessment model. Total needs for the years 1990-2010 exceeded 108 billion dollars. 188 pages.

6 Michael Neuman, Chip King and Dorrie Margolin. 1991. Regional Design Advisory Committee Report. New Jersey State Planning Commission, Trenton, New Jersey. Report on urban design and regional design principles and policies, which formed the spatial framework for the New Jersey State Plan. 41 pp.

5 Robert Kull and Michael Neuman. 1991. Natural Resources Advisory Committee Report. New Jersey State Planning Commission, Trenton, New Jersey. Report prepared on natural resource and environmental policy, in which we developed a quantitative set of measures (indicators) for sustainable growth.

4 New Jersey State Planning Commission, 1989, Preliminary State Development and Redevelopment Plan, Trenton, New Jersey.

3 Michael Neuman. 1988. Agriculture Technical Advisory Committee Report. New Jersey Office of State Planning, Trenton, New Jersey. Report on agricultural, land banking, transfer of development rights, and farmland protection policy for the New Jersey State Plan. 

2 Upper Merion Township, 1986, Upper Merion Township Comprehensive Plan, Upper Merion, Pennsylvania.  My role was overall editor.

1 Monroe County, 1986, Monroe County Growth Management Plan, Key West, Florida. 

CREATIVE WORK AND DESIGN COMPETITIONS

"Blue Skies" poem Editor's Choice Award, International Library of Poetry.  Anthologized in book and Audio CD The Sound of Poetry, 2004.  Peer reviewed.

Biennial Faculty Art Exhibit, Starck Museum, Texas A&M University, 2003, six photographs.

“Netherlands National Building” Kosmas, 14,2:105, 2001, photograph of a Frank Gehry building.  Peer reviewed.

University of California at Berkeley, California, 1992, “The Quality of Light” solo exhibition, twenty-five photographs.

National Endowment for the Arts Design Advancement Grant, 1991, for regional design. Peer reviewed.

Boardwalk Art Show, Virginia Beach, Virginia, 1990.  Juried show, twenty photographs. Peer reviewed.

2018

Sustainable Urban Systems: Co-design and Framing for Transformation (2018)
Webb, R., Bai, X., Smith, M., Costanza, R., Griggs, D., Moglia, M., Neuman, M., Newman, P., Newton, P., Norman, B., Ryan, C., Schandl, H., Steffen, W., Tapper, N. and Thomson, G. 2018. Sustainable Urban Systems: Co-design and Framing for Transformation. Ambio: a Journal of the Human Environment . 47 (1), pp. 57-77.
The Resurgence of Regional Design (2018)
Neuman, M. and Zonnenveld, W. 2018. The Resurgence of Regional Design. European Planning Studies. 26 (7), pp. 1297-1311.

2016

Teaching Collaborative and Interdisciplinary Service-based Urban Design and Planning Studios (2016)
Neuman, M. 2016. Teaching Collaborative and Interdisciplinary Service-based Urban Design and Planning Studios. Journal of Urban Design. 21 (5), pp. 596-615.
Mainstreaming Gender in the City (2016)
Sanchez de Madariaga, I. and Neuman, M. 2016. Mainstreaming Gender in the City. Town Planning Review. 87 (5), pp. 493-504.

2015

Measuring Sustainability (2015)
Neuman, M. and Churchill, S. 2015. Measuring Sustainability. Town Planning Review. 86 (4), pp. 457-482.

2014

Optimizing High-Speed Rail Routes using a Spatial Decision Support System (SDSS): The Texas Urban Triangle (TUT) Case (2014)
Kim, H., Wunneburger, D., Neuman, M. and Ahn, S. 2014. Optimizing High-Speed Rail Routes using a Spatial Decision Support System (SDSS): The Texas Urban Triangle (TUT) Case. Journal of Transport Geography. 34, pp. 194-201.
Adapting the Deliberative Democracy ‘template’ for Planning Practice (2014)
Legacy, C., Curtis, C. and Neuman, M. 2014. Adapting the Deliberative Democracy ‘template’ for Planning Practice. Town Planning Review. 85 (3), pp. 319-340.
The Long Emergence of the Infrastructure Emergency (2014)
Neuman, M. 2014. The Long Emergence of the Infrastructure Emergency. Town Planning Review. 85 (6), pp. 795-806.

2013

High-Speed Rail Route and Regional Mobility with a Raster-Based Decision Support System: The Texas Urban Triangle Case (2013)
Kim, H., Wunneburger, D. and Neuman, M. 2013. High-Speed Rail Route and Regional Mobility with a Raster-Based Decision Support System: The Texas Urban Triangle Case. Journal of Geographic Information Systems. 5 (6), pp. 559-566.

2018

The Collaborative Interdisciplinary Studio (2018)
Neuman, M. 2018. The Collaborative Interdisciplinary Studio. in: Frank, A. and Silver, C. (ed.) Urban Planning Education: Beginnings, Global Movement and Future Prospects New York, USA Springer. pp. 269-292
Simplexity, Complicity, and Emergent Collectivities: Informal Urbanism in Rome (2018)
Neuman, M. and Nur, N. 2018. Simplexity, Complicity, and Emergent Collectivities: Informal Urbanism in Rome. in: Haas, T. and Westlund, H. (ed.) In the Post-Urban World: Emergent Transformations of Cities and Regions in the Innovative Global Economy Abingdon, England Routledge. pp. 292-303
Planning and Leadership (2018)
Neuman, M. 2018. Planning and Leadership. in: Stiftel, B., Green Leigh, N., French, S. and Guhathakurta, S. (ed.) International Handbook of Planning Education Abingdon, England Routledge.

2014

Rethinking Borders (2014)
Neuman, M. 2014. Rethinking Borders. in: Steele, W., Alizadeh, T., Eslami-Andargoli, L. and Serrao-Neumann, S. (ed.) Planning Across Borders in a Climate of Change Abingdon, Oxon. Routledge. pp. 15-30

2011

Nou Relat per a L'habitage public com a Infraestructura Civica (2011)
Roldan, M. and Neuman, M. 2011. Nou Relat per a L'habitage public com a Infraestructura Civica. in: Trias, X. (ed.) Generacio Barcelona Barcelona, Spain La Magrana. pp. 89-95
Restoring Infrastructure (2011)
Neuman, M. and Fisher, P. 2011. Restoring Infrastructure. in: Blakely, E., Birch, E., Anglin, R. and Hayashi, H. (ed.) Managing Urban Disaster Recovery Crowthorne, England Crisis Response Publishing. pp. 179-191

2008

Louis Albrechts towers over the urban planning academy (2008)
Neuman, M. 2008. Louis Albrechts towers over the urban planning academy. in: van den Broeck, J., Moulaert, F. and Oosterlynck (ed.) Empowering the Planning Fields Leuven, Belgium Acco. pp. 214-217

2007

How We Use Planning: Planning Cultures and Images of Futures (2007)
Neuman, M. 2007. How We Use Planning: Planning Cultures and Images of Futures. in: Hopkins, L. and Zapata, M. (ed.) Engaging the Future Cambridge, MA, USA Lincoln Institute of Land Policy. pp. 155-174

2018

Engendering Cities: Designing Sustainable Urban Spaces for All (2018)
Sanchez de Madariaga, I. and Neuman, M. (ed.) 2018. Engendering Cities: Designing Sustainable Urban Spaces for All. Abingdon, Oxon Routledge.

2011

The Futures of the City Region (2011)
Neuman, M. and Hull, A. (ed.) 2011. The Futures of the City Region. Abingdon, Oxon Routledge.

2010

The Imaginative Institution: Planning and Governance in Madrid (2010)
Neuman, M. 2010. The Imaginative Institution: Planning and Governance in Madrid. Farnham, England Ashgate.

2000

Building California's Future (2000)
Neuman, M. and Whittington, J. 2000. Building California's Future. San Francisco, California Public Policy Institute of California.

1994

Coordinating Growth Management Through Consensus-Building: Incentives and the Generation of Social, Intellectual and Political Capital (1994)
Innes, J., Gruber, J., Neuman, M. and Thompson, J. 1994. Coordinating Growth Management Through Consensus-Building: Incentives and the Generation of Social, Intellectual and Political Capital. Berkeley, California California Policy Seminar.

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