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Dr WISSINK, Bart
MUP, MPA, PhD (University of Amsterdam)
Associate Professor
Bart Wissink received Master degrees in Urban Planning (cum laude) and Public Administration (cum laude), and a PhD in Social and Behavioural Sciences from the University of Amsterdam, the Netherlands. He has been working as policy advisor at the Dutch Scientific Council for Government Policy (WRR) and as assistant professor at Utrecht University, the Netherlands and at the University of Hong Kong. His Respace research project studies enclave urbanism in five Asian city regions (Bangkok, Guangzhou, Hong Kong, Mumbai and Tokyo), with special attention for comparative urban form, urban controversies and social networks and the neighbourhood. Bart Wissink has held visiting appointments in Bangkok, Hong Kong, Mumbai and Tokyo.
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Office: AC1-B7321
Phone: +852 3442 9555
Fax: +852 3442 0413
Email: b.wissink@cityu.edu.hk
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arrowEnclave urbanism
arrowUrban controversies
arrowSocial networks and the neighbourhood
arrowAsian urbanisation
arrowSocial theory of space; actor-network-theory
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arrowUrban studies
arrowUrban policy
arrowTheory and practice of urban planning
arrowAsian urbanism
arrowSocial science methodology
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Forthcoming book: Forrest, R., S.Y. Koh & B. Wissink (Eds.) (in press) Cities and the Super-Rich: Real Estate, Elite Practices, and Urban Political Economy, Palgrave MacMillan, London etc.

Forrest, R. & B. Wissink (in press) ‘Whose City Now? Urban Managerialism Reconsidered (Again)’, Sociological Reviewhttp://www.dx.doi.org/10.1111/1467-954X.12415.

Wissink, B. & Hazelzet, A. (in press) Bangkok Living: Encountering Others in a Gated Urban Field, Cities, http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.cities.2016.08.016.

Wissink, B., T. Schwanen & R. van Kempen (in press) 'Beyond residential segregation: Introduction', Citieshttp://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.cities.2016.08.010.

Hendrikx, M. & B. Wissink (in press) ‘Welcome to the Club! An Exploratory Study of Service Accessibility in Commodity Housing Estates in Guangzhou, China’, Social & Cultural Geographyhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1080/14649365.2016.1181197.

Feng, J., M. Dijst, B. Wissink & J. Prillwitz (2017) Changing Travel Behaviour in urban China: Evidence from Nanjing 2008-2011, Transport Policy, 53, 1-10, http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.tranpol.2016.08.011.

Koh, S.Y., B. Wissink & R. Forrest (2016) Reconsidering the super-rich: variations, structural conditions and urban consequences, in: I. Hay & J. Beaverstock (Eds.) Handbook on Wealth and the Super-Rich, Edward Elgar, pp.18-40. https://www.elgaronline.com/view/9781783474035.00008.xml 

Feng, J., Dijst, M., Wissink, B. and Prillwitz, J. (2015) ‘Elderly co-residence and the household responsibilities hypothesis: evidence from Nanjing, China’, Urban Geography, doi: 10.1080/02723638.2015.1039407. Available here.

Wissink, B. (2015) ‘Rights to the City: Class and Difference in Mumbai and Hong Kong’, International Journal for Housing Policy, doi: 10.1080/14616718.2014.993020. Available here.

Wissink, B. (2014) ‘Towards sustainable urban and regional planning: Experiences in the Netherlands’, in: W. Holt (Ed.) From Sustainable to Resilient Cities: Global Concerns and Urban Efforts, Research in Urban Studies, Vol.14, Bingley, UK: Emerald Press, pp.59-79. Available here.

Van Kempen, R. and Wissink, B. (2014) ‘Between Places and Flows: Towards a New Agenda for Neighbourhood Research in an Age of Mobility’, Geografiska Annaler: Series B, Human Geography. Available here.

Feng, J., Dijst, M., Wissink, B. and Prillwitz, J. (2014) ‘Understanding Mode Choice in the Chinese Context: The Case of Nanjing Metropolitan Area’, Tijdschrift voor economische en sociale geografie. Available here.

Feng, J., Dijst, M., Prillwitz, J. and Wissink, B. (2013) 'Travel time and distance in international perspective: A comparison between Nanjing (China) and the Randstad (Netherlands)', Urban Studies. See

Feng, J., Dijst, M., Wissink, B. and Prillwitz, J. (2013) 'The Impacts of Household Structure on the Travel Behaviour of Seniors and Young Parents in China', Journal of Transport Geography, Vol.30, June, 117-126. Accessible here.

Wissink, B. (2013) 'Enclave urbanism in Mumbai: An actor-network-theory analysis of urban (dis)connection', in: Geoforum, Vol.47, June, 1-11. Accessible here

Wissink, B., A. Hazelzet and W. Breitung (2013) 'Migrant integration in China: Evidence from Guangzhou', in: F. Wu, F. Zhang, Ch. Webster (Eds.) Rural Migrants in Urban China, London: Routledge.

Kempen, R. van, B. Wissink Y. Fang & S. Li Eds. (2012) 'Living in Chinese Enclave Cities', special issue for Urban Geography, Vol.33, No.2. Accessible here.

Wissink, B., R. van Kempen, Y. Fang & S. Li (2012) 'Introduction: Living in Chinese Enclave Cities', in: Urban Geography, Vol.33, No.2, 161-166. Accessible here.

Douglass, M., B. Wissink, R. van Kempen (2012) 'Enclave Urbanism in China: Questions and Interpretations', in: Urban Geography, Vol.33, No.2, 167-182. Accessible here.

Hazelzet, A. & B. Wissink (2012) 'Neighborhoods, social networks and trust in post-reform China: The case of Guangzhou', Urban Geography Vol.33, No.2, 204-220. Accessible here.

Wissink, B. and Hazelzet, A. (2012) ‘Social Networks in Neighbourhood Tokyo’, Urban Studies, 49(7), 1527-1549. Available  here