Pehlke, David

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David Pehlke, M.Sc Spatial Planning

Studied spatial planning at TU Dortmund University, specialisation: urban and regional development; semester abroad at University of Bergen/ Norway.

Research interests:

  • Regional planning
  • Sustainable urban land use development
  • Evaluation and monitoring

Contact:
Phone: + 49 (0) 231 9051-279
E-Mail: david.pehlke@ils-research.de

Publications (Selection)

Publications (Selection)

  • Does regional planning matter? Evidence from Germany and Switzerland (gemeinsam mit Eichhorn, Sebastian). Vortrag im Rahmen des „4th Open Science Meetings of the Global Land Programme“, 25.04.2019, Bern, Schweiz.

Fachpublikation

Schmidt, Stephan; Krehl, Angelika; Fina, Stefan; Siedentop, Stefan (2020): Does the monocentric model work in a polycentric urban system? An examination of German metropolitan regions. In: Urban Studies, online first May 27, 2020. doi: 10.1177/­0042098020912980.

Fachpublikation

Hersperger, Anna M.; Grădinaru, Simona R.; Siedentop, Stefan (2020): Towards a better understanding of land conversion at the urban-rural interface: planning intentions and the effectiveness of growth management. In: Journal of Land Use Science, online first May 25, 2020. doi: 10.1080/­­1747423X.­2020.1765426.

Fachpublikation

Eichhorn, Sebastian (2020): Disaggregating Population Data and Evaluating the Accuracy of Modeled High-Resolution Population Distribution – The Case Study of Germany. In: Sustainability, online first May 13, 2020. doi: 10.3390/su12103976. Weitere aktuelle Fachpublikationen finden Sie hier.

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