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Datu, Kerwin (2012) The duality of the cities agenda. CityScapes, Winter (02).

Book Section

Datu, Kerwin (2013) The architectural dimension. In: Acuto, Michele and Steele, Wendy, (eds.) Global city challenges: debating a concept, improving the practice. Palgrave Macmillan, London, UK. ISBN 9781137286864

Monograph

Datu, Kerwin (2014) Settlement patterns of rich- and poor-country migrants into the London metropolitan region since 2001. The London School of Economics and Political Science, London, UK.

Website

Datu, Kerwin (2014) Migration into London is spilling into towns outside the Green Belt. British Politics and Policy at LSE (01 Apr 2014) Blog Entry.

Datu, Kerwin (2013) Book review: the view from above: the science of social space. LSE Review of Books (30 Oct 2013) Blog.

Datu, Kerwin (2013) Book review: A life in education and architecture: Mary Beaumont Medd. LSE Review of Books (13 Jun 2013) Blog Entry.

Datu, Kerwin (2012) Book review: understanding terrorist finance means understanding how terrorists interact with the everyday economy, not assuming that they operate in an alternate financial universe. LSE Review of Books (16 Aug 2012) Blog Entry.

Datu, Kerwin (2012) Book review: how do we inspire political interest in the British public? A study of the 2011 AV Referendum. LSE Review of Books (04 May 2012) Blog Entry.

Datu, Kerwin (2012) Book Review: The housing debate, by Stuart Lowe. LSE Review of Books (01 Apr 2012) Blog Entry.

Datu, Kerwin (2012) Book Review: The international handbook of gender and poverty: concepts, research, policy edited by Sylvia Chant. LSE Review of Books (01 Apr 2012) Blog Entry.

Datu, Kerwin (2012) Book Review: The politics of urban governance by Jon Pierre. LSE Review of Books (01 Apr 2012) Blog Entry.

Datu, Kerwin (2011) Book Review: Don’t take no for an answer: the 2011 referendum and the future of electoral reform by Lewis Baston and Ken Ritchie. LSE Review of Books (04 May 2011) Blog Entry.

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