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Friday, March 21 • 2:05pm - 3:25pm
FR3.07 The Past, Present, and Use of Urban Regime Theory across Disciplines: Twenty-Fifth Anniversary Colloquy on Regime Politics

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Theme: Scholars will discuss how urban regime theory and Regime Politics has been used in various fields – political science, geography, and sociology – in the past, how they use it, and how it may be used in the future. Clarence Stone, author of Regime Politics, will answer panelists’ questions, share his views on the use of urban regime theory and Regime Politics use in the field, and how the concept may be utilized in the future.


Catherine Guimond

University of California, Berkeley
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Katherine Hankins

Associate Professor, Georgia State University
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Cameron Herman

PhD Candidate, Michigan State University

Marion Orr

N, Brown University

Clarence Stone

George Washington University
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Michael Webb

Research Associate, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Neighborhood revitalization, gentrification, community economic development, urban governance


Marion Orr

N, Brown University

Friday March 21, 2014 2:05pm - 3:25pm CDT
Sabino Room (Westin 1st Floor)