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Anderies, J M (2014) Embedding built environments in social-ecological systems: resilience-based design principles. Building Research & Information, 42(02), 130-42.

Hassler, U and Kohler, N (2014) The ideal of resilient systems and questions of continuity. Building Research & Information, 42(02), 158-67.

Hedborg, S and Rosander, L (2024) Self-organizing in urban development: developers coordinating between construction projects. Construction Management and Economics, 42(02), 116–30.

Karrbom Gustavsson, T, Hallin, A and Dobers, P (2024) Stakeholder involvement in distributed projects: a performative approach to large scale urban sustainable development projects and the case of Stockholm Royal Seaport. Construction Management and Economics, 42(02), 148–63.

Kuitert, L, Willems, J and Volker, L (2024) Value integration in multi-functional urban projects: a value driven perspective on sustainability transitions. Construction Management and Economics, 42(02), 184–200.

Pearson, A L, Barnard, L T, Pearce, J, Kingham, S and Howden-Chapman, P (2014) Housing quality and resilience in New Zealand. Building Research & Information, 42(02), 182-90.

Pickett, S T A, McGrath, B, Cadenasso, M L and Felson, A J (2014) Ecological resilience and resilient cities. Building Research & Information, 42(02), 143-57.

Rogerson, R J, Giddings, B and Jefferies, M (2024) Constructing the future of the city centre: realizing visions. Construction Management and Economics, 42(02), 131–47.

Tainter, J A and Taylor, T G (2014) Complexity, problem-solving, sustainability and resilience. Building Research & Information, 42(02), 168-81.

Vigren, O (2024) Ecosystems in construction management and urban development: a comprehensive review of conceptualizations and contributions. Construction Management and Economics, 42(02), 164–83.