Urban development is increasing in its complexity. Processes that transform urban areas are not steered by the public sector or private enterprises alone. Hybrid forms of urban development are emerging, with a gradually bigger role given to citizens’ initiatives and selforganization. This favours also the involvement of knowledge institutions that add to new models of innovation by actively contributing to and partnering with public and private initiatives

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C. Capra (Carlo), Jachnow, A.R, S. Ruijsink (Saskia), A. Tsatsou (Alexandra), B. Zamora Auza (Barbara), & Zuijderwijk, L.M.A. (2015). The role of knowledge institutions in placemaking. Retrieved from http://hdl.handle.net/1765/128635