Astrid Wood
Astrid Wood
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The politics of policy circulation: Unpacking the relationship between South African and South American cities in the adoption of bus rapid transit
A Wood
Antipode 47 (4), 1062-1079, 2015
1272015
Learning through policy tourism: Circulating bus rapid transit from South America to South Africa
A Wood
Environment and Planning A 46 (11), 2654-2669, 2014
772014
Multiple temporalities of policy circulation: gradual, repetitive and delayed processes of BRT adoption in South African cities
A Wood
International Journal of Urban and Regional Research 39 (3), 568-580, 2015
642015
Moving policy: global and local characters circulating bus rapid transit through South African cities
A Wood
Urban Geography 35 (8), 1238-1254, 2014
612014
Tracing policy movements: Methods for studying learning and policy circulation
A Wood
Environment and Planning A 48 (2), 391-406, 2016
572016
Uncertainty and urban life
A Zeiderman, SA Kaker, J Silver, A Wood
Public Culture 27 (2 (76)), 281-304, 2015
552015
Competing for knowledge: Leaders and laggards of bus rapid transit in South Africa
A Wood
Urban Forum 26 (2), 203-221, 2015
102015
Circulating planning ideas from the metropole to the colonies: understanding South Africa's segregated cities through policy mobilities
A Wood
Singapore Journal of Tropical Geography 40 (2), 257-271, 2019
82019
Urban Uncertainty: Governing cities in turbulent times
A Zeiderman, S Kaker, J Silver, A Wood, K Ramakrishnan
London, LSE Cities, 2017
82017
Transforming the post-apartheid city through bus rapid transit
A Wood
Urban Governance in Post-apartheid Cities: Modes of Engagement in Southá…, 2014
82014
Advancing development projects through mega-events: The 2010 football World Cup and bus rapid transit in South Africa
A Wood
Urban Geography 40 (4), 428-444, 2019
62019
Tracing the absence of bike-share in Johannesburg: A case of policy mobilities and non-adoption
A Wood
Journal of Transport Geography 83, 1-18, 2020
42020
Tracing urbanism: methods of actually doing comparative studies in Johannesburg
A Wood
Urban Geography 41 (2), 293-311, 2020
32020
Utilizing technology-enhanced learning in geography: testing student response systems in large lectures
A Wood
Journal of Geography in Higher Education, 1-11, 2019
32019
Decolonial approaches to urban transport geographies: Introduction to the special issue
A Wood, W Kębłowski, T Tuvikene
Journal of Transport Geography 88, 1-5, 2020
22020
The business of global intermediaries in the promotion of bus rapid transit
A Wood
Public Policy Circulation: Arenas, Agents and Actions, 89, 2019
22019
Decolonising cities of the global South in the classroom and beyond
A Wood
Town Planning Review 91 (5), 535-552, 2020
12020
Wasted opportunities: inequality and fragmentation in the 2010 South Africa World Cup
A Wood
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2008
12008
7 The tangible and intangible infrastructure of Bus Rapid Transit in African cities
A Wood
Transport Planning and Mobility in Urban East Africa, 124, 2020
2020
Disentangling the nexus of global intermediaries: the case of bus rapid transit
A Wood
Urban Development Issues 62, 17-27, 2019
2019
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