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Air Transport, Airports and Urban Development

This research assesses the impacts that air transport and airports have on urban development, including critical perspectives on airport cities and the ‘aerotropolis’ concept.

Relevant Publications:

Goetz, Andrew R. 2021. Airline Regulation. In Vickerman, R (ed) International Encyclopedia of Transportation, Elsevier. Article 10436.

Goetz, A. 2020. Airport Area Development and Attitudes of Nearby Residents: A Case Study of Denver, Colorado, USA, Urban Development Issues, Vol. 68, Issue 2, pp. 63-73.  

Goetz, Andrew R. 2019. The Airport as an Attraction: The Airport City and Aerotropolis Concept. In Graham, A. and Dobruszkes, F. (eds) Air Transport: A Tourism Perspective. Elsevier. 

Goetz, Andrew R. 2017. Air Transport: Speed, Global Connectivity and Time-Space Convergence. In Warf, B. (ed) Handbook on Geographies of Technology. Edward Elgar, pp. 211-230.    

Goetz, A. R. 2015. The Expansion of Large International Hub Airports. In Hickman, R., Givoni, M., Bonilla, D. & Banister, D. (eds.) 2015. Handbook on Transport and Development, Cheltenham: Edward Elgar.

Goetz, Andrew R., & Lucy Budd, eds. 2014. The Geographies of Air Transport. Farnham, England: Ashgate.   

Szyliowicz, J. S., & Goetz, A. R. 2014. Getting Realistic About Megaproject Planning: The Case of the New Denver International Airport. In Bent Flyvberg (Ed.), Megaproject Planning and Management: Essential Readings.Abingdon, UK: Edward Elgar. 978 1 78100 170 7.

Goetz, A. R., & Sutton, C. J. 2014. The geography of deregulation in the US airline industry. In Lucy Budd & Stephen Ison (Eds.), Low Cost Carriers: Emergence, Expansion and Evolution. Farnham, England: Ashgate. 978-1-4094-6903-2.