About the Author
Dorina Pojani is Senior Lecturer in urban planning at The University of Queensland, Australia. Her research interests encompass built environment topics (urban transport, design, and housing) in the Global North and South. She has held guest teaching and/or research positions in Austria, Chile, Italy, and the Netherlands. Jonathan Corcoran is Professor in human geography at The University of Queensland, Australia. He serves as director of the Queensland Centre for Population Research and co-editor of Australian Population Studies. His research interests lie in the fields of demography, migration, and spatial science, with a focus on quantitative methods. Neil Sipe is Professor in urban and regional planning at the University of Queensland, Australia, and serves as the editor-in-chief of Australian Planning. His research interests include transport and land use planning, natural resource management, and international comparisons of planning systems. Iderlina Mateo-Babiano is Senior Lecturer in urban planning at the University of Melbourne, Australia. An architect and transport planner by training, her research is concerned with placemaking, active travel, and gender issues in Australia and Asia. She investigates how people use and interact with place. Dominic Stead is Associate Professor in urban and regional development at Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands. His research interests include comparative urban and regional governance, and policy transfer.