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Subject:

Call for Papers - Themed Volume: "Making equity work: management and financing of socially-targeted urban transport policies"

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"Oviedo Hernandez, Daniel" <[log in to unmask]>

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Oviedo Hernandez, Daniel

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Dear all, 
 
We are currently proposing a themed volume entitled: “Making equity work: management and financing of socially-targeted urban transport policies” in the journal “Research in Transportation Business and Management”. Please find below the call for papers with all the information about the invited topics related to this themed volume. 
 
In the context of urban transport, an increasing volume of research suggests the emergence of policies and planning approaches seeking to contribute to the redistribution of costs and benefits of urban transport, in what can be seen as a positive move towards social equity in transport planning practice. Experiences from around the globe -including innovative experiments in cities in the Global South- such as the targeted investments on cable-cars in physically challenged areas, pro-poor public transport subsides, congestion charging, community transport schemes and improvements in walking and cycling conditions in low-income neighbourhoods, among others, have become more frequent in international literature, highlighting the social and economic benefits of such approaches. However, a visible gap left by many of such studies is an understanding of the organisational, governance, financial and management approaches and mechanisms that have made such schemes a reality, and which may have determined their continuity over time.  
 
The Themed Volume aims to shed light on: 
 
• Organisational models for the development and implementation of equity-centred transport policies, plans and programmes 
• Financial approaches and innovations for funding programmes and policies in cities targeted at specific beneficiaries or redistribution of transport costs and benefits; 
• Communication strategies for appropriation and promotion of equity-centred programmes; 
• Successful and unsuccessful experiences in the management of equity-centred policies, programmes and projects in cities; 
• implications for governance and planning of the development, implementation and day-to-day management of socially-targeted policies, programmes and projects. 
 
Scope 
 
In order to achieve the aim of the Themed Volume, original submissions covering a variety of aspects relating to the management, governance and financing of policies oriented towards improving transport equity are welcome. Topics include but are not limited to: 
 
1. Systematic literature reviews and conceptual analyses of organisational and management models of equitable transport policies and programmes; 
2. Analyses of institutional and policy dimensions of recent innovations targeting equity; 
3. Analyses of the impact potential and user expectations; 
4. Case studies on equitable programmes and policies and business models; 
5. Theoretical and empirical analyses on the social, economic and environmental effects of successful and unsuccessful management of equity-centred policies, programmes and projects; 
6. Analysis of new forms of financing and management that can lead to the redistribution of costs and benefits of urban transport. 
 
All the contributions should pay special attention to clearly identify implications for future managerial practice and the contribution to scholarly knowledge. 
 
If you are interested in submitting a paper, you are kindly requested to notify us and send a 300 word abstract by the 30th August 2018 to [log in to unmask] and [log in to unmask]  
 
Following the review of all the abstracts received we will submit the proposal to the editors for consideration and provide feedback to the authors. 
 
We expect the full papers by 30th November 2018 to start the review process. We expect publication of the themed volume before the end of 2019. 
 
Please feel free to forward this proposed call for papers to anyone who might be interested in submitting a paper. We look forward to receiving your abstracts. 
 
With best wishes, 
 
Maria and Daniel 
 
 
Daniel Oviedo Hernandez, PhD 
Research Associate – Transport and Urban Development Planning 
KNOW Acting Project Manager 
The Bartlett Development Planning Unit 
University College London 
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www.bartlett.ucl.ac.uk/dpu 
DPU | 34 Tavistock Square, London WC1H 9EZ, UK 
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