Dr Vlad Mykhnenko

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Academic Profile

Vlad Mykhnenko is an economic geographer, whose research agenda revolves around one key question: “What can economic geography contribute to our understanding of this or that problem?” Substantively, Mykhnenko’s academic research is devoted to geographical political economy – a trans-disciplinary study of the variegated landscape of capitalism. Since 2003, he has produced well over 100 research outputs, including books, journal articles, other documents, and digital artefacts and is one of the world’s most highly cited urban and economic geographers of his generation. According to the Web of Science Core Collection (Clarivate Analytics) database, Mykhnenko’s publications are ranked amongst the top 0.2% most cited globally in urban studies since 2000, and amongst the top 0.5% publications most cited globally on post-communist eastern Europe during the same period. Furthermore, his research outputs were ranked amongst the top 2% most cited globally since 2000 in geography, as a whole. 

Mykhnenko’s research has so far generated over £7 million in external research funding (in today’s prices), with over £1.5 million as a Principal Investigator. At Oxford, Mykhnenko has served as the Consortium Lead and Principal Investigator of the Smart Shrinkage Solutions (3S RECIPE) research programme (€1.7m, 2017-2020) funded by the Joint Programming Initiative Urban Europe and the UKRI Economic and Social Research Council. During this period, he also served as Co-Investigator on the UKRI Arts and Humanities Research Council-funded PaCCS Innovation Awards on Conflict and International Development grant on Ukraine’s hidden tragedy of forced population displacement from the country’s war-torn regions (£79k, 2016-2018). 

Mykhnenko holds a PhD in Political Economy from Darwin College, the University of Cambridge (2005); an MA in International Relations and European Studies from the Central European University (CEU, 1999); and an MA (1998) and a BA (1996) in International Relations from the University of Kyiv. He joined the Oxford University Department for Continuing Education (OUDCE or ContEd) in January 2017 to take up the Associate Professorship in Sustainable Urban Development, alongside the Research Fellowship in Sustainable Urban Development at St. Peter’s College, Oxford. From February 2018 until September 2021, he served as Continuing Education Director of Graduate Studies for Postgraduate Research Students (DGS Research). Previously, Mykhnenko worked as Lecturer in Human Geography, Urban Adaptation and Resilience at the University of Birmingham (2008-2012); Visiting Professor at Al-Farabi Kazakh National University in Almaty (Autumn 2014); and held a series of successive Research Fellowships at the University of Nottingham, (2008-2011), the University of Glasgow (2005-2008), and at the CEU Centre for Policy Studies in Budapest (2003-2004). 

Mykhnenko regularly acts in an advisory capacity for public, private, and civil society sector organisations, municipal and regional governments, intergovernmental organisations, and global corporations. He currently serves as a non-executive director of Oxford Study Abroad Programme Ltd., a cultural education provider. In 2015, Mykhnenko was appointed by the Secretary-General of the United Nations Conference on Housing and Sustainable Urban Development to a high-level expert group of 200 urbanists worldwide to provide UN-Habitat with independent policy recommendations on key issues related to sustainable urban development. Consequently, Mykhnenko’s policy unit No 9. Urban Services and Technology contribution has formed an integral part of the New Urban Agenda. This action-oriented document, which was officially adopted on 23 December 2016 by the General Assembly of the United Nations, rethinks the way we build, manage, and live in cities and setting global standards of achievement in sustainable urban development. Mykhnenko’s close involvement in shaping up the United Nations’ flagship policy shall be guiding the efforts around urbanisation of a wide range of actors — the nation states, city and regional leaders, international development funders, UN programmes, and civil society — until 2036. 

Aspects of Mykhnenko’s research and analysis have been discussed and featured in the BBC NewsBBC World ServiceCSSN - Chinese Social Sciences NetThe Daily TelegraphThe Financial TimesForbes MagazineThe Irish IndependentIrish VoicePlanningPlanning ResourceSocial Sciences in China PressSvenska Dagbladet, as well as local media outlets in various countries, including The Evening Chronicle (Newcastle, UK), The Evening Times (Glasgow, UK), The Press and Journal (Aberdeen, UK), and Donetskie NovostiHromadske Radio, Interfax-UkraineNovosti KrymaNovosti Luganska,  RBC UkraineSvobodaCXID.InfoUkraiinski NovynyUkraiinska PravdaVesti Ukrainy, and Ukrinform News Agency (all - Ukraine). For Mykhnenko’s media presence at Oxford, see his Find an Expert page.

Vlad Mykhnenko is originally from Donetsk.

Research

Mykhnenko’s academic research is devoted to geographical political economy – a trans-disciplinary study of the spatialities of capitalism and its variegated landscape. Geographical political economy is founded on the assumption that economic, political, cultural, and environmental processes are necessarily related – co-evolving spatially, and co-implicated territorially with each other. In this context, his scholarly contribution to advance knowledge has focussed on the accumulation, distribution, and exercise of political and economic power in a given urban and regional space, and how that influences the directions of development and policies that bear on the latter.  

Empirically, over the past twenty years, Mykhnenko’s research interests have expanded from the middle-income post-communist economies of eastern Europe to encompass the urban and regional phenomena observed in high-income industrially advanced economies and beyond. Mykhnenko’s current research is primarily focussed on the application of theoretical, conceptual, and methodological dimensions of geographical political economy to real-world challenges of urban and regional development, de-development, shrinkage, and resilience.

Citations

As of 15 September 2021, according to Google Scholar and Harzing’s Publish or Perish, Mykhnenko had 2837 citations with an h-index score of 21 and a g-index of 53. According to Scopus, his journal articles and books had been cited 1109 times by other Scopus-listed journal articles, with an h-index score of 11 and a g-index score of 20. A cited Web of Science reference search of all citations in Web of Science-listed journal articles to Mykhnenko’s work, including non-WoS book chapters and non-WoS journal articles, showed 951 citations, with an h-index score of 11. According to the Web of Science Citation Index, which refers only to citations of his Web of Science Core Collection-listed publications in other core-collection-WoS-listed journal articles, Mykhnenko had been cited 831 times overall, with an h-index score of 9 and a g-index of 17.

Based on the Web of Science Core Collection (Clarivate Analytics) data, containing over 21,100 peer-reviewed, high-quality scholarly journals published worldwide in over 250 sciences, social sciences, and arts & humanities disciplines, Mykhnenko’s publications were ranked amongst the top 0.2% most cited globally in urban studies since 2000 (1621st out of  814,513 publications on the topic ‘cities’ or ‘urban’, in total); and amongst the top 0.5% of post-2000 publications most cited globally on post-communist eastern Europe (358th out of 85,834 publications on the topic ‘post-communist’ or ‘post-Soviet’ or ‘east* Europe*’). During this period, his research outputs have also been ranked amongst the top 2% most cited globally in geography, as a whole (1476th out of 72,376 in total). 

Grant income and funded research projects

Mykhnenko has been successful in research project bids as the sole or principal investigator (PI) with the Joint Programming Initiative (JPI) Urban Europe, the UK Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC), Brazil’s State of São Paulo Research Foundation (FAPESP), and a number of universities and charitable foundations, including the Open Society Institute (OSI), Central European University (CEU), and the Universities of Cambridge and Birmingham. In joint project bids, as a Co-Investigator (Co-I) or a Senior Staff Researcher, he has been successful with the UK Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC), the ESRC, the Regional Studies Association (RSA), the European Union’s 7th Framework Programme (FP7), and the European Research Council (ERC).

The total value of research funding associated with his research currently stands at £5,970,194 (= £7,360,092 adjusted for inflation), with £1,467,004 (= £1,586,825 in today’s prices) as a Principal Investigator.

Teaching

Over the past twenty years, Mykhnenko has taught and supervised undergraduate, graduate, and MBA students at ten different higher education institutions across the UK, Europe, and Central Asia, including the Universities of Cambridge, Glasgow, Nottingham, Birmingham, Taras Shevchenko University of Kyiv, National University of Donetsk, Kyiv Mohyla Business School, Kyiv Mohyla Academy, Ukraine Human Development University, and Al-Farabi Kazakh National University at Almaty. His commitment to research-led and research-orientated teaching was recognised in 2014, when Mykhnenko achieved the status of Fellow of the Higher Education Academy, and in 2015, when he was awarded a Postgraduate Certificate in Academic Practice (Merit) by the University of Birmingham. The outcome of his award-winning 4-year pedagogical experimentation with technology-enhanced learning tools and techniques was consequently published as a peer-reviewed academic paper in The Journal of Geography in Higher Education (see here).

At Oxford, Mykhnenko makes a full contribution to the Department’s flagship MSc in Sustainable Urban Development (MSUD) Course, regularly lecturing on 7 out of 8 MSUD teaching weeks (modules), including Teaching Week M1 Introducing Sustainable Urban Development; M2 Climate Change and the Built Environment; M4 Financing Sustainability; M5 Sustainable Transport; M6 Urbanism, Community and City-Building; M7 Urbanisation in the Global South; and M8 Leadership, Governance and Future Cities. In addition, Mykhnenko serves as a course admissions officer and a personal tutor to MSUD students, supervises their dissertations, and assesses their course assignments.

Graduate Research Supervision

Mykhnenko currently welcomes applications to the DPhil in Sustainable Urban Development (DSUD) Programme from outstanding individuals wishing to undertake doctoral research on urban and regional economies; shrinking cities; urban resilience; local economic development; regional growth and regional policy; fiscal federalism, devolution, and local government finance; and territorial cohesion and contentious politics.

Current Oxford DPhil Students:

  • Anthony Cook, ‘US co-operatives as a solution to systemic poverty,’ DPhil in Sustainable Urban Development Programme, OUDCE
  • Rohan Korachekar, ‘Land value capture and municipal finance mechanisms,’ DPhil in Sustainable Urban Development Programme, OUDCE

Current Oxford Recognised Students and Joint External Supervision:

  • Zixuan Han, 'Policy responses to urban shrinkage in North-eastern China,' OUDCE Sustainable Urban Development Programme and PhD in Public Administration Programme, Harbin Institute of Technology, China
  • Gaukhar Aubakirova, PhD in Geography Programme, Department of Geography, Land Management and Cadastre, Al-Farabi Kazakh National University, Almaty, Kazakhstan
  • Dinara Yekeibayeva, PhD in Geography Programme, Department of Geography, Land Management and Cadastre, Al-Farabi Kazakh National University, Almaty, Kazakhstan

Recent Doctoral Students:

  • Dr. Bin Li (successful completion in 2017): Governance of urban redevelopment in Guangzhou, China from 1990 to 2015. The University of Birmingham
  • Dr. David Worrall (successful completion in 2011): Foreign trade developments in Ukraine, Russia, Poland, Lithuania, Belarus & Moldova, 1996-2006. The University of Glasgow

'Good Citizenship' & Academic Service

Since 2010, Mykhnenko has been making a structured contribution to the development of geography and urban and regional studies through participation in the leading learned societies – the Royal Geographical Society (with the Institute of British Geographers) (Elected Fellow, 2010; FRGS), the Regional Studies Association (Elected Fellow, 2015; FeRSA), and the American Association of Geographers (Associate Member). Within the RGS-IBG, he is a member of the following four research groups: Economic Geography; Geography and Education; Political Geography; and Urban Geography. Mykhnenko has contributed 16 paper presentations at the annual conferences of the RGS-IBG, RSA, and AAG. Moreover, he has convened 6 special panels of papers, including the RSA 2010 (After the Global Financial Crisis – Cities, Regions, and Sectors in East-Central Europe and the Former USSR); RSA 2011 (Shrinking Cities: The Governance of Shrinkage within a European Context); RGS-IBG 2011 (The Governance of Urban Shrinkage), RSA 2012 (Planning Smarter Cities and Regions), RGS-IBG 2012 (Planning Smarter Places), and AAG 2019 (Smart Shrinkage Solutions). He has also helped to organise the 1st International Conference on Urban Sustainability and Resilience, hosted by the UCL Centre for Urban Sustainability & Resilience in 2012.

At Oxford, on behalf of the Continuing Education Board, Mykhnenko currently serves as the OUDCE Director of Graduate Studies (Research). As the DGS-R, he has had overall responsibility for the performance of the Department's 140+ graduate research students and for ensuring that its 8 super-diverse and trans-disciplinary DPhil Programmes comply with University guidance and follow best practice for graduate research activities.

Research Groups and Affiliations at Oxford:

Editorship of Journals:

5 Keynote Addresses

63 External Invited Talks

31 Academic Conference Papers Given

External Examiner:

  • 2014 – 2018 (two full terms): MA in Urban Studies, The University of Manchester at the Moscow School of Social and Economic Sciences
  • 2015 – 2019 (two full terms): BA in Management in the Creative Arts, The University of Manchester at the Moscow School of Social and Economic Sciences

Peer-Review College Member for 9 Research Funding Bodies:

  • AHRC, The Arts and Humanities Research Council, UK Research and Innovation
  • The British Academy, Postdoctoral Fellowship Grants, UK
  • DAAD (German Academic Exchange Service), Postdoctoral Programme PRIME, Germany
  • ESRC, The Economic and Social Research Council, UK Research and Innovation
  • GCRF, The Global Challenges Research Fund, UK
  • NCN, National Science Centre, Poland
  • NCSTE, National Centre of Science and Technology Evaluation (Kazakhstan Ministry of Education and Science), Kazakhstan
  • SSHRC, The Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council, Canada
  • UEFISCDI, The Executive Agency for Higher Education, Research, Development and Innovation, Romania

Peer-Reviewing for 47 Academic Journals

Peer-Reviewing for 5 Academic Publishers

Publications

  • 106 books, chapters in books, journal articles, published conference proceedings, working papers, research reports, digitised audio-visual media, website content, and databases

Authored Books:

  • (2011). The Political Economy of Post-Communism: The Donbas and Upper Silesia in Transition. Saarbrücken: LAP Lambert Academic Publishing. 244 pages. ISBN: 978-3845409344. Download here

Edited Books:

  • (2010) The Rise and Fall of Neoliberalism: The Collapse of an Economic Order? London: Zed Books. 280 pages. ISBN: 978-1848133495 (paperback). ISBN: 978-1848133488 (hardcover)
  • ​Indian edition: (2010) The Rise and Fall of Neoliberalism: The Collapse of an Economic Order? [Indian edition] Bangalore: Books for Change. 280 pages. ISBN: 978-8182910980
  • Serbian translation: (2012) Успон и пад неолиберализма: Крај једног економског поретка? [The Rise and Fall of Neoliberalism: The Collapse of an Economic Order? In Serbian] Београд: Завод за уџбенике. 325 pages. ISBN: 978-8617179241 (paperback)

Chapters in Books:

  • (2003) State, society and protest under post-communism: Ukrainian miners and their defeat. In C. Mudde & P. Kopecký (Eds.), Uncivil Society? Contentious Politics in Eastern Europe (pp. 93-113). London & New York: Routledge, DOI: 10.4324/9780203988787
  • (2007) Strengths and weaknesses of weak coordination: Economic institutions, revealed comparative advantages, and socio-economic performance of mixed market economies in Poland and Ukraine. In B. Hancké, M. Rhodes & M. Thatcher (Eds.), Beyond Varieties of Capitalism: Conflict, Contradictions, and Complementarities in the European Economy (pp. 351-378). Oxford: Oxford University Press, DOI: 10.1093/acprof:oso/9780199206483.003.0013
  • (2007) The Ukrainian Donbas in transition. In A. Swain (Ed.), Re-constructing the Post-Soviet Industrial Region: The Donbas in Transition (pp. 7-46). London & New York: Routledge, DOI: 10.4324/9780203328262
  • (2007) Poland and Ukraine: Institutional structures and economic performance. In D. Lane & M. Myant (Eds.), Varieties of Capitalism in Post-Communist Countries (pp. 124-145). London & New York: Palgrave Macmillan, DOI: 10.1057/9780230627574
  • (2007) Back matter: Statistical appendix. In D. Lane & M. Myant (Eds.), Varieties of Capitalism in Post-Communist Countries (pp. 258-270). London & New York: Palgrave Macmillan, DOI: 10.1057/9780230627574
  • (2009) Transition economies. In C. Wankel (Ed.), The Encyclopedia of Business in Today’s World (Vol. 4, pp. 1613-1615). Thousand Oaks: SAGE
  • (2010) Introduction: A world turned right-way up. In K. Birch & V. Mykhnenko (Eds.), The Rise and Fall of Neoliberalism: The Collapse of an Economic Order? (pp. 1-20). London: Zed Books
  • (2010) The Corruption industry and transition: Neoliberalizing post-Soviet space? In K. Birch & V. Mykhnenko (Eds.), The Rise and Fall of Neoliberalism: The Collapse of an Economic Order? (pp. 112-132). London: Zed Books
  • (2010) Conclusion: The end of an economic order? In K. Birch & V. Mykhnenko (Eds.), The Rise and Fall of Neoliberalism: The Collapse of an Economic Order? (pp. 255-268). London: Zed Books
  • (2010) Class voting and the Orange revolution: A cultural political economy perspective on Ukraine’s electoral geography. In S. White & D. Lane (Eds.), Rethinking the Coloured Revolutions (pp. 166-184). London & New York: Routledge
  • (2016) Resilience: A Right-Wingers Ploy? In S. Springer, K. Birch & J. MacLeavy (Eds), The Handbook of Neoliberalism (pp. 190-206) London & New York: Routledge, DOI: 10.4324/9781315730660
  • (2017) 欧米諸国における都市縮小事情と国際的な比較研究の必要性 [Circumstances of urban shrinkage in the West and the need for international comparative research. In Japanese]. In Architectural Institute of Japan (Eds), 都市縮小時代の土地利用計画 多様な都市空間創出へ向けた課題と対応策 [Land Use Planning in the Age of Urban Shrinkage: Issues and Countermeasures for the Creation of Diverse Urban Spaces. In Japanese] (pp. 168-175)  Shimogyo-ku, Kyoto: Gakugei Publishers. ISBN: 978-4761540920

Journal Articles:

  • (2004) Ukrainian steel: Vulnerable overseas, weak at home. Steel Times International, 28(7): 54-57. ISSN: 0143-7798. Read here
  • (2005) What type of capitalism in post-communist Europe? Les Actes du GERPISA, 39(December): 83-112. ISSN: 09815597. Download here
  • (2006) Rescaling International Political Economy: Subnational States and the Regulation of the Global Political Economy. Urban Studies, 43(11): 2126-2127, DOI: 10.1080/00420980600945278
  • (2007) The trajectories of European cities, 1960 - 2005. Cities: The International Journal of Urban Policy and Planning, 24(3): 165-182, DOI: 10.1016/j.cities.2007.01.007
  • (2008) East European cities - patterns of growth and decline, 1960-2005. International Planning Studies, 13(4): 311-342, DOI: 10.1080/13563470802518958
  • (2008) Resurgent European cities? Urban Research & Practice, 1(1): 54-77, DOI: 10.1080/17535060701795363
  • (2008) Revolution in Orange: The Origins of Ukraine’s Democratic Breakthrough. Europe-Asia Studies, 60(5): 867-869, DOI: 10.1080/09668130802085216
  • (2008) Understanding Ukrainian Politics: Power, Politics, and Institutional Design. Europe-Asia Studies, 60(2): 340-342, DOI: 10.1080/09668130701820267
  • (2007) Resurgent European cities? Merseyside and North Wales Business Prospect, 5(1): 32-33. ISSN: 1478-6702
  • (2007) Resurgent European cities? Population trajectories, 1960-2005. Examination of population growth rates - How do our cities compare? The Yorkshire & Humber Regional Review, 17: 3-5. ISSN: 0961-5334
  • (2008) The shifting fortunes of European cities. Town & Country Planning, 77(7/8): 319-322. ISSN: 0040-9960. Download here
  • (2008) Global Focus: Heritage Risk. Australian Planner, 45(4): 50-51, DOI: 10.1080/07293682.2008.10753393
  • (2009) Varieties of neoliberalism? Restructuring in large industrially dependent regions across Western and Eastern Europe. Journal of Economic Geography, 9(3): 355-380, DOI: 10.1093/jeg/lbn058
  • (2009) Class voting and the Orange revolution: A cultural political economy perspective on Ukraine’s electoral geography. Journal of Communist Studies and Transition Politics, 25(2-3): 278-296, DOI: 10.1080/13523270902860626
  • (2010) Ukraine’s diverging space-economy: the Orange Revolution, post-soviet development models and regional trajectories. European Urban and Regional Studies, 17(2): 141-165, DOI: 10.1177/0969776409357363
  • (2010) Неолібералізм в містах: множинність проявів та можливі альтернативи [Neoliberalism in cities: A multitude of manifestations and possible alternatives. In Ukrainian]. Спільне: журнал соціальної критики / Commons: A Journal of Social Critique, 2(November): 18-21. Download here
  • (2012) Schrumpfende Ukraine: Bevölkerungsentwicklung und dilemmata der politik [Shrinking Ukraine: population change and policy dilemmas. In German]. Ukraine-Analysen (105): 2-14, DOI: 10.31205/UA.105.01
  • (2013) Die räumliche Differenzierung der ukrainischen Wirtschaft. Die regionale Ebene [The spatial differentiation of the Ukrainian economy: The regional problem. In German]. Ukraine-Analysen (111): 2-9, DOI: 10.31205/UA.111.01
  • (2013) Shrinking cities: notes for the further research agenda. Cities: The International Journal of Urban Policy and Planning, 35(December): 221-225, DOI: 10.1016/j.cities.2013.07.007
  • (2014) Conceptualizing urban shrinkage. Environment and Planning A, 46(7): 1519-1534, DOI: 10.1068/a46269
  • (2014) Lisbonizing versus financializing Europe? The Lisbon Agenda and the (un-)making of the European knowledge-based economy. Environment and Planning C: Government and Policy, 32(1): 108-128, DOI: 10.1068/c1246r
  • (2015) Die ökonomische Bedeutung des ukrainischen Donbass [The economic significance of the Ukrainian Donbas. In German]. Ukraine-Analysen (147): 2-12, DOI: 10.31205/UA.147.01
  • (2016) Cui bono? On the relative merits of technology enhanced learning and teaching in higher education. Journal of Geography in Higher Education, 40(4): 585-607, DOI: 10.1080/03098265.2016.1217832
  • (2016) Varieties of shrinkage in European cities. European Urban and Regional Studies, 23(1): 86-201, DOI: 10.1177/0969776413481985
  • (2018) Study on Reconstruction from a Natural Disaster and the Progress of Urban Shrinkage: The Case of the Eruption Disaster of Mt. Unzen-Fugendake in Shimabara, Japan. Urban and Regional Planning Review, 5: 135-152, DOI: 10.14398/urpr.5.135
  • (2018) Urban shrinkage with Chinese characteristics. The Geographical Journal, 184(4): 398-412, DOI: 10.1111/geoj.12266
  • (2019) Нерівномірний просторовий розвиток, решкалювання держави та територіальне згуртування: міський та регіональний розвиток у Європі та за межами, 1980–2015 [Uneven spatial development, state rescaling and territorial cohesion: urban and regional development in Europe and beyond, 1980-2015. In Ukrainian]. Спільне: журнал соціальної критики / Commons: A Social Critique Journal. 12(May): 28-39. Download here
  • (2019) State rescaling and economic convergence. Regional Studies, 53(4): 462-477, DOI: 10.1080/00343404.2018.1476754
  • (2020) Causes and consequences of the war in eastern Ukraine: An economic geography perspective. Europe-Asia Studies, 72(3): 528-560, DOI: 10.1080/09668136.2019.1684447
  • (2020) Причины и последствия войны в Восточной Украине: экономическо-географический подход [Causes and consequences of the war in eastern Ukraine: An economic geography perspective. In Russian]. Форум новейшей восточноевропейской истории и культуры / Forum für osteuropäische Ideen- und Zeitgeschichte, 17(1-2): 146-187. ISSN: 1433-4887. Download here

Conference Proceedings: 

  • (2018) Регіон – 2018: стратегія оптимального розвитку [Region – 2018: An Optimal Development Strategy. In Ukrainian]. Kharkiv: Karazin Kharkiv National University Press. 374 pages. ISBN: 978-9662855357

Working Papers: 

  • (2007) European Cities and Regions Dataset 1960-2005: Methods and Sources. Working Paper No. 3 (Amended version; 25 pp.). Glasgow: The University of Glasgow Centre for Public Policy for Regions. Download here

Research Reports:

  • (2004) Rusting Away? The Ukrainian Iron and Steel Industry in Transition. CPS International Policy Fellowship Program (55 pp.). Budapest: The Central European University Center for Policy Studies and Open Society Institute. Download here
  • (2004) The Ukrainian Ferrous Metals Industry: Settling Old Problems, Facing New Challenges. CPS International Policy Fellowship Program (8 pp.). Budapest: The Central European University Center for Policy Studies and Open Society Institute. Download here
  • (2004) The Ukrainian Ferrous Metals Industry (3 pp.). Budapest: The Central European University Center for Policy Studies and Open Society Institute
  • (2009) The specification of the working model. D1 Research Report. Shrink Smart: The Governance of Shrinkage within a European Context (43 pp.). Leipzig: Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research – UFZ, Leipzig
  • (2010) Discussion Paper on Cross-Cutting Challenges. D7 Research Report. Shrink Smart: The Governance of Shrinkage within a European Context (32 pp.). Leipzig: Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research – UFZ, Leipzig
  • (2010) Убывание в городах Донецк и Макеевка, Донецкая городская агломерация, Украина: Доклад по результатам исследования [Urban shrinkage in Donetsk and Makiïvka, the Donetsk conurbation, Ukraine. In Russian]. (Final ed., 118 pp.). Donetsk: Industrial Economics Institute, Ukraine National Academy of Sciences. Download here
  • (2010) Urban shrinkage in Donetsk and Makiïvka, the Donetsk conurbation, Ukraine. Shrink Smart: The Governance of Shrinkage within a European Context (Final ed., 81 pp.). Nottingham: School of Geography, University of Nottingham. Download here
  • (2011) Mapping urban shrinkage in Europe. Training School Final Report. EU-COST Action TU0803 (Final ed., 30 pp.). Dortmund: Department of Spatial Planning and Planning Theory (ROP), Dortmund Technical University. Download here
  • (2012) The Governance of shrinkage in Donetsk and Makiivka (Ukraine): The case of local government finance. Shrink Smart: The Governance of Shrinkage within a European Context (Revised ed., 118 pp.). Birmingham: School of Geography, Earth and Environmental Sciences, University of Birmingham. Download here
  • (2012) Governance of shrinkage: Lessons learnt from analysis for urban planning and policy. Shrink Smart: The Governance of Shrinkage within a European Context (47 pp.). Leipzig: Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research – UFZ, Leipzig. Download here
  • (2016) HABITAT III Policy Paper 9 – Urban Services and Technology. Preparatory Committee for the United Nations Conference on Housing and Sustainable Urban Development (Habitat III) Third session, Surabaya, Indonesia, 25-27 July 2016. A/CONF.226/PC.3/22. (Revised ed., 42 pp.). New York: United Nations General Assembly. Download here
  • (2018) Соціальні наслідки вимушеної міграції в Україні: ризики маргіналізації та соціальної ексклюзії [The Social Consequences of Population Displacement in Ukraine. In Ukrainian]. Zenodo, DOI: 10.5281/zenodo.1210364
  • (2018) The Social Consequences of Population Displacement in Ukraine: The Risks of Marginalization and Social Exclusion. Policy Brief. Zenodo, DOI: 10.5281/zenodo.1217838
  • (2020) 3S RECIPE – Smart Shrinkage Solutions: Le Havre (FR) Policy Brief #1. Resilient Urban Economy & Municipal Finance. Zenodo, DOI: 10.5281/zenodo.3841865
  • (2020) 3S RECIPE – Smart Shrinkage Solutions: Le Havre (FR) Policy Brief #2. Compact Connected City. Zenodo, DOI: 10.5281/zenodo.3841866
  • (2020) 3S RECIPE – Smart Shrinkage Solutions: Le Havre (FR) Policy Brief #3. Liveability. Zenodo, DOI: 10.5281/zenodo.3841611
  • (2020) 3S RECIPE – Smart Shrinkage Solutions: Lodz (PL) Policy Brief #1. Resilient Urban Economy & Municipal Finance. Zenodo, DOI: 10.5281/zenodo.3841886
  • (2020) 3S RECIPE – Smart Shrinkage Solutions: Lodz (PL) Policy Brief #2. Compact Connected City. Zenodo, DOI: 10.5281/zenodo.3841906
  • (2020) 3S RECIPE – Smart Shrinkage Solutions: Lodz (PL) Policy Brief #3. Liveability. Zenodo, DOI: 10.5281/zenodo.3841919
  • (2020) 3S RECIPE – Smart Shrinkage Solutions: Maastricht (NL) Policy Brief #1. Resilient Urban Economy & Municipal Finance. Zenodo, DOI: 10.5281/zenodo.3842036
  • (2020) 3S RECIPE – Smart Shrinkage Solutions: Maastricht (NL) Policy Brief #2. Compact Connected City. Zenodo, DOI: 10.5281/zenodo.3842835
  • (2020) 3S RECIPE – Smart Shrinkage Solutions: Maastricht (NL) Policy Brief #3. Liveability. Zenodo, DOI: 10.5281/zenodo.3842998
  • (2020) 3S RECIPE – Smart Shrinkage Solutions: Porto (PT) Policy Brief #1. Resilient Urban Economy & Municipal Finance. Zenodo, DOI: 10.5281/zenodo.3872355
  • (2020) 3S RECIPE – Smart Shrinkage Solutions: Porto (PT) Policy Brief #2. Compact Connected City. Zenodo, DOI: 10.5281/zenodo.3893939
  • (2020) 3S RECIPE – Smart Shrinkage Solutions: Porto (PT) Policy Brief #3. Liveability. Zenodo, DOI: 10.5281/zenodo.3939722
  • (2020) 3S RECIPE – Smart Shrinkage Solutions: Stoke-on-Trent (UK) Policy Brief #1. Resilient Urban Economy & Municipal Finance. Zenodo, DOI: 10.5281/zenodo.3940561
  • (2020) 3S RECIPE – Smart Shrinkage Solutions: Stoke-on-Trent (UK) Policy Brief #2. Compact Connected City. Zenodo, DOI: 10.5281/zenodo.3940595
  • (2020) 3S RECIPE – Smart Shrinkage Solutions: Stoke-on-Trent (UK) Policy Brief #3. Compact Connected City. Zenodo, DOI: 10.5281/zenodo.3940601
  • (2020) 3S RECIPE – Smart Shrinkage Solutions: Stoke-on-Trent (UK) Policy Brief #4. Liveability. Zenodo, DOI: 10.5281/zenodo.3942160
  • (2020) 3S RECIPE – Smart Shrinkage Solutions: Timisoara (RO) Policy Brief #1. Resilient Urban Economy & Municipal Finance. Zenodo, DOI: 10.5281/zenodo.3975955
  • (2020) 3S RECIPE – Smart Shrinkage Solutions: Timisoara (RO) Policy Brief #2. Compact Connected City. Zenodo, DOI: 10.5281/zenodo.4044246
  • (2020) 3S RECIPE – Smart Shrinkage Solutions: Timisoara (RO) Policy Brief #3. Liveability. Zenodo, DOI: 10.5281/zenodo.4064391
  • (2020) 3S RECIPE Smart shrinkage solutions: fostering resilient cities in inner peripheries of Europe. In JPI Urban Europe (Eds.), The ERA-NET Cofund Smart Urban Futures Results Catalogue. Stockholm: IQS Sweden. Pages 34-35. Download here
  • (2021) 3S RECIPE – Smart Shrinkage Solutions: Zonguldak (TR) Policy Brief #1. Resilient Urban Economy & Municipal Finance. Zenodo, DOI: 10.5281/zenodo.4460493
  • (2021) 3S RECIPE – Smart Shrinkage Solutions: Zonguldak (TR) Policy Brief #2. Compact Connected City. Zenodo, DOI: 10.5281/zenodo.4479901
  • (2021) 3S RECIPE – Smart Shrinkage Solutions: Zonguldak (TR) Policy Brief #3. Liveability. Zenodo, DOI: 10.5281/zenodo.4509342

Website Content:

  • (2017) 3S RECIPE – Smart Shrinkage Solutions: Project Poster. JPI Urban Europe ENSUF Call. Download here
  • (2018) Urban and Regional Inequalities in Europe, North America, and BRICS economies, 1980-2015. Urban Transformations blog post (3 December). Download here
  • (2018) Ask an Outsider. Mayor Mike Duggan: How I Am Halting Detroit's Decline. The Financial Times, 8 January: 20-24. Read here
  • (2018) Regional inequalities in Europe, North America, and BRICS economies, 1980-2015. KUDOS blog post (29 July). Download here
  • (2019) Converging Cities: Why the Gap Between the Haves and Have-nots Is Getting Smaller. Oxford University Department for Continuing Education Newsletter, Hilary Term 2019 (5 February). Download here
  • (2019) 主动应对欧洲城市收缩现象 [Proactively respond to European urban shrinkage. In Chinese]. CSSN–Chinese Social Sciences Net, 21 November. Read here
  • (2020) On causes and consequences of the war in eastern Ukraine: Economic geography perspective. Expert Interviews. UA in Focus, 6 February. Read here
  • (2020) 3S RECIPE: Saving Europe’s cities with proper policy analysis and bold interdisciplinary approaches. JPI Urban Europe Newsletter, 15 April. Read here
  • (2020) Research focus: The reality of shrinking cities. Oxford University Department for Continuing Education Newsletter, Summer Term 2020 (27 July). Download here
  • (2021) Smart Shrinkage Solutions: Fostering Resilient Cities in Inner Peripheries of Europe (3S RECIPE). Visit here
  • 2021) Focus: Urban-rural governance drives common prosperity. Chinese Social Sciences Today, No. 334, 16 September: 3. Read here

Digital Visual Media:

  • (2020) 3S RECIPE Smart Shrinkage Solutions – Introduction. 3S RECIPE YouTube Channel Film (2:15 min). Watch here
  • (2020) 3S RECIPE – Le Havre, France. 3S RECIPE YouTube Channel Film (3:26 min). Watch here
  • (2020) 3S RECIPE – Łódź, Poland. 3S RECIPE YouTube Channel Film (3:37 min). Watch here
  • (2020) 3S RECIPE – Maastricht, Netherlands. 3S RECIPE YouTube Channel Film (3:52 min). Watch here
  • (2020) 3S RECIPE – Porto, Portugal3S RECIPE YouTube Channel Film (3:30 min). Watch here
  • (2020) 3S RECIPE – Stoke-on-Trent, UK. 3S RECIPE YouTube Channel Film (3:24 min). Watch here
  • (2020) 3S RECIPE – Timișoara, Romania. 3S RECIPE YouTube Channel Film (3:23 min). Watch here
  • (2020) 3S RECIPE – Zonguldak, Turkey3S RECIPE YouTube Channel Film (3:38 min). Watch here
  • (2020) 3S RECIPE Final Conference (17 March 2020). 3S RECIPE YouTube Channel Recordings. Watch here

Research Databases:

  • (2021) Smart Shrinkage Solutions: Fostering Resilient Cities in Inner Peripheries of Europe, 2017-2020. [Data Collection SN: 854628]. Colchester, Essex: UK Data Service. DOI: 10.5255/UKDA-SN-854628 

Other:

  • (2001) Тайная политика Сталина: власть и антисемитизм [Stalin's Secret Policy]. e-Extreme: Electronic Newsletter of the ECPR-SG on Extremism & Democracy, 2(4).
  • (2001) Labour and Political Transformation in Russia and Ukraine. e-Extreme: Electronic Newsletter of the ECPR-SG on Extremism & Democracy, 2(3).
  • (2001) Українські ліві: між ленінізмом і соціал-демократією [The Ukrainian Left]. e-Extreme: Electronic Newsletter of the ECPR-SG on Extremism & Democracy, 2(2).
  • (2001) Russian Workers: The Anatomy of Patience. e-Extreme: Electronic Newsletter of the ECPR-SG on Extremism & Democracy, 2(2).