Kristian Ruming
Kristian Ruming
Associate Professor, Department of Geography and Planning, Macquarie University
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Experiencing the housing affordability problem: blocked aspirations, trade-offs and financial hardships
T Burke, S Pinnegar, P Phibbs, C Neske, M Gabriel, L Ralston, K Ruming
Following the actors: mobilising an actor-network theory methodology in geography
K Ruming
Australian Geographer 40 (4), 451-469, 2009
Questioning the rhetoric of social mix: courteous community or hidden hostility?
KJ Ruming, KJ Mee, PM McGuirk
Australian Geographical Studies 42 (2), 234-248, 2004
Multiple suburban publics: Rethinking community opposition to consolidation in Sydney
K Ruming, D Houston, M Amati
Geographical Research 50 (4), 421-435, 2012
Developer typologies in urban renewal in Sydney: recognising the role of informal associations between developers and local government
KJ Ruming
Urban policy and research 28 (1), 65-83, 2010
Counting the costs: planning requirements, infrastructure contributions, and residential development in Australia
N Gurran, K Ruming, B Randolph
AHURI Final Report, 1-111, 2009
Australian planning system reform
K Ruming, N Gurran
Australian Planner 51 (2), 102-107, 2014
Flexibility versus certainty: Unsettling the land-use planning shibboleth in Australia
W Steele, KJ Ruming
Planning Practice and Research 27 (2), 155-176, 2012
Making ‘Global Sydney’: Spatial imaginaries, worlding and strategic plans
T Baker, K Ruming
International journal of urban and regional research 39 (1), 62-78, 2015
“It wasn’t about public housing, it was about the way it was done”: challenging planning not people in resisting the Nation Building Economic Stimulus Plan, Australia
K Ruming
Journal of housing and the built environment 29 (1), 39-60, 2014
Urban consolidation, strategic planning and community opposition in Sydney, Australia: Unpacking policy knowledge and public perceptions
KJ Ruming
Land Use Policy 39, 254-265, 2014
Twenty‐first century nomadic city: Ger districts and barriers to the implementation of the Ulaanbaatar City Master Plan
T Byambadorj, M Amati, KJ Ruming
Asia Pacific Viewpoint 52 (2), 165-177, 2011
Planning, government charges, and the costs of land and housing
N Gurran, K Ruming, B Randolph, D Quintal
Less planning, more development? Housing and urban reform discourses in Australia
N Gurran, K Ruming
Journal of Economic Policy Reform 19 (3), 262-280, 2016
A national planning agenda? Unpacking the influence of federal urban policy on state planning reform
KJ Ruming, N Gurran, PJ Maginn, R Goodman
Australian planner 51 (2), 108-121, 2014
Assembling Urban Regeneration? Resourcing Critical Generative Accounts of Urban Regeneration through Assemblage.
PM M c Guirk, KJ Mee, KJ Ruming
Geography Compass 10 (3), 128-141, 2016
Cutting red tape or cutting local capacity? Responses by local government planners to NSW planning changes
K Ruming
Australian planner 48 (1), 46-57, 2011
Housing affordability and development contributions: New perspectives from industry and local government in New South Wales, Victoria and Queensland
K Ruming, N Gurran, B Randolph
Urban Policy and Research 29 (3), 257-274, 2011
On the fringe of neoliberalism: residential development in outer suburban Sydney
N Cook, K Ruming
Australian Geographer 39 (2), 211-228, 2008
To what extent ‘an entirely new approach to how planning is done’? Tracing planning system reform in New South Wales
KJ Ruming, PJ Davies
Australian planner 51 (2), 122-131, 2014
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