Dani Broitman : Citation Profile


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Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam

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RESEARCH ACTIVITY:

   8 years (2012 - 2020). See details.
   Cites by year: 1
   Journals where Dani Broitman has often published
   Relations with other researchers
   Recent citing documents: 4.    Total self citations: 2 (18.18 %)

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Works with:

Czamanski, Daniel (3)

Authors registered in RePEc who have co-authored more than one work in the last five years with Dani Broitman.

Is cited by:

Czamanski, Daniel (2)

Di Bartolomeo, Giovanni (1)

acocella, nicola (1)

Cites to:

Czamanski, Daniel (15)

Roth, Rafael (5)

Small, Kenneth (4)

Rouwendal, Jan (4)

Murphy, Anthony (3)

Duca, John (3)

muellbauer, john (3)

Gottlieb, Joshua (2)

Nijkamp, Peter (2)

Resende, Guilherme (2)

Gibbons, Stephen (2)

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Where Dani Broitman has published?


Journals with more than one article published# docs
Letters in Spatial and Resource Sciences2

Recent works citing Dani Broitman (2020 and 2019)


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2019Spatial distribution of high-rise buildings and its relationship to public transit development in Shanghai. (2019). Guan, Chenghe. In: Transport Policy. RePEc:eee:trapol:v:81:y:2019:i:c:p:371-380.

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2019Examining urban functions along a metropolitan gradient: a geographically weighted regression tells you more. (2019). Salvati, Luca. In: Letters in Spatial and Resource Sciences. RePEc:spr:lsprsc:v:12:y:2019:i:1:d:10.1007_s12076-018-00221-x.

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2019Natural resources and environment preservation: Strategic substitutability vs. complementarity in global and local public good provision. (2019). Di Bartolomeo, Giovanni ; acocella, nicola. In: EconStor Preprints. RePEc:zbw:esprep:200144.

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2019Spatial distribution of high-rise buildings and its relationship to public transit development in Shanghai. (2019). Guan, Chenghe. In: Transport Policy. RePEc:eee:trapol:v:81:y:2019:i:c:p:371-380.

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Works by Dani Broitman:


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2017Information and communication technology and the spatial evolution of mature cities In: Socio-Economic Planning Sciences.
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2020The Game of Developers and Planners: Ecosystem Services as a (Hidden) Regulation through Planning Delay Times In: Sustainability.
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2018Cities and Nature In: International Review of Environmental and Resource Economics.
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2012Cities in competition, characteristic time, and leapfrogging developers In: Environment and Planning B: Planning and Design.
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2015Bursts and avalanches: the dynamics of polycentric urban evolution In: Environment and Planning B: Planning and Design.
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2012Developers’ choices under varying characteristic time and competition among municipalities In: The Annals of Regional Science.
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2015Regional diversity in residential development: a decade of urban and peri-urban housing dynamics in The Netherlands In: Letters in Spatial and Resource Sciences.
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2016Application of the double kernel density approach to the multivariate analysis of attributeless event point datasets In: Letters in Spatial and Resource Sciences.
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