Fellow of the Academy of Social Sciences, United Kingdom
Susan Parnell mostly deals with Economic growth, Urbanization, Environmental planning, Urban density and Global South. Susan Parnell interconnects Democratization and Public administration in the investigation of issues within Economic growth. Susan Parnell undertakes multidisciplinary investigations into Urbanization and Environmental change in her work.
In her work, Argument is strongly intertwined with Construct, which is a subfield of Environmental planning. The concepts of her Urban density study are interwoven with issues in Urban history, Gender studies, White supremacy, Race and Urban structure. In her research, Political economy is intimately related to Normative, which falls under the overarching field of International development.
Susan Parnell focuses on Economic growth, Urbanization, Environmental planning, Development economics and Poverty. Her study in Economic growth is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Urban governance, Slum and Post apartheid. Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Human geography, Economic geography, Human settlement and Race.
In Environmental planning, Susan Parnell works on issues like Environmental resource management, which are connected to Corporate governance. Her Development economics study typically links adjacent topics like Urban poverty. Poverty is often connected to Local government in her work.
Susan Parnell mainly focuses on Corporate governance, Environmental planning, Economic geography, Urbanization and Environmental studies. Her research integrates issues of Environmental resource management, Development economics, Risk management and Scale in her study of Corporate governance. In her articles, Susan Parnell combines various disciplines, including Development economics and Sanitation.
Her Environmental planning research incorporates themes from Conceptual framework, Regional planning and Environmental protection. Her work on Human geography as part of general Economic geography research is frequently linked to Planet and Nexus, bridging the gap between disciplines. Her research on Urbanization often connects related topics like World population.
Her primary scientific interests are in Environmental studies, Regional science, Risk management, Corporate governance and Urbanization. Her Environmental studies research includes elements of Severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2, 2019-20 coronavirus outbreak, Lens, Pandemic and Global governance. Her Regional science research incorporates elements of Power, Urban governance, Urban ecology and Distribution.
Her Risk management research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Population growth, Scale and Environmental resource management. Her studies deal with areas such as Civil society, Development economics and Basic needs as well as Corporate governance. Susan Parnell combines subjects such as Environmental protection and Environmental planning with her study of Urbanization.
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Uniting a Divided City: Governance and Social Exclusion in Johannesburg
Jo Beall;Owen Crankshaw;Susan Parnell.
Re)theorizing Cities from the Global South: Looking Beyond Neoliberalism
Susan Parnell;Jennifer Robinson.
Urban Geography (2012)
Urbanization, Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services: Challenges and Opportunities
Thomas Elmqvist;Michail Fragkias;Julie Goodness;Burak Güneralp.
The ‘Right to the City’: Institutional Imperatives of a Developmental State
Susan Parnell;Edgar Pieterse.
International Journal of Urban and Regional Research (2010)
Defining a Global Urban Development Agenda
World Development (2016)
Rethinking urban South Africa
Susan Parnell;Alan Mabin.
Journal of Southern African Studies (1995)
The Routledge handbook on cities of the Global South
Susan Parnell;Sophie Oldfield.
Shaken, shrinking, hot, impoverished and informal: Emerging research agendas in planning
Hilda Blanco;Marina Alberti;Robert B Olshansky;Stephanie Chang.
Progress in Planning (2009)
Sub-Saharan African urbanisation and global environmental change ☆
Susan Parnell;Ruwani Walawege.
Global Environmental Change-human and Policy Dimensions (2011)
A Global Outlook on Urbanization
Karen C. Seto;Susan Parnell;Thomas Elmqvist.
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