Javier Martinez
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The use of GIS and indicators to monitor intra-urban inequalities. A case study in Rosario, Argentina
J Martínez
Habitat International 33 (4), 387-396, 2009
902009
Accessing water services in Dar es Salaam: Are we counting what counts?
K Nganyanyuka, J Martinez, A Wesselink, JH Lungo, Y Georgiadou
Habitat International 44, 358-366, 2014
762014
Trends in urban and slum indicators across developing world cities, 1990–2003
J Martinez, G Mboup, R Sliuzas, A Stein
Habitat International 32 (1), 86-108, 2008
722008
Variability of quality of life at small scales: Addis Ababa, Kirkos Sub-City
ES Tesfazghi, JA Martinez, JJ Verplanke
Social indicators research 98 (1), 73-88, 2010
692010
Shifting boundaries of volunteered geographic information systems and modalities: learning from PGIS
MK McCall, J Martinez, J Verplanke
ACME: An International Journal for Critical Geographies 14 (3), 791-826, 2015
442015
Older adults’ outdoor walking: Inequalities in neighbourhood safety, pedestrian infrastructure and aesthetics
R Zandieh, J Martinez, J Flacke, P Jones, M Van Maarseveen
International journal of environmental research and public health 13 (12), 1179, 2016
362016
Using Social Network Analysis to profile people based on their e-communication and travel balance
P Roy, AJ Martínez, G Miscione, MHP Zuidgeest, M van Maarseveen
Journal of Transport Geography 24, 111-122, 2012
332012
Knowledge production in urban governance systems through qualitative geographical information systems (GIS)
K Pfeffer, J Martinez, ISA Baud, N Sridharan
Environment and Urbanization Asia 2 (2), 235-250, 2011
322011
Evaluating housing needs with the use of GIS
JA Martı́nez
Habitat International 24 (4), 501-515, 2000
312000
Children's perception of their city centre: a qualitative GIS methodological investigation in a Dutch city
H Alarasi, J Martinez, S Amer
Children's geographies 14 (4), 437-452, 2016
282016
Environmental health related socio-spatial inequalities: identifying “hotspots” of environmental burdens and social vulnerability
R Shrestha, J Flacke, J Martinez, M Van Maarseveen
International journal of environmental research and public health 13 (7), 691, 2016
282016
Do inequalities in neighborhood walkability drive disparities in older adults’ outdoor walking?
R Zandieh, J Flacke, J Martinez, P Jones, M Van Maarseveen
International journal of environmental research and public health 14 (7), 740, 2017
262017
Geo-technologies for spatial knowledge: challenges for inclusive and sustainable urban development
K Pfeffer, J Martinez, D O’Sullivan, D Scott
Geographies of Urban Governance, 147-173, 2015
242015
Adaptation and dissonance in quality of life: A case study in Mekelle, Ethiopia
RT Berhe, J Martinez, J Verplanke
Social Indicators Research 118 (2), 535-554, 2014
242014
Factors shaping cartographic representations of inequalities. Maps as products and processes
J Martínez, K Pfeffer, ISA Baud
Habitat International 51, 90-102, 2016
212016
Interactive knowledge co-production and integration for healthy urban development
R Shrestha, H Köckler, J Flacke, J Martinez, M Van Maarseveen
Sustainability 9 (11), 1945, 2017
202017
Understanding the relationship between walkability and quality-of-life of women garment workers in Dhaka, Bangladesh
S Shumi, MHP Zuidgeest, JA Martinez, D Efroymson, M van Maarseveen
Applied research in quality of life 10 (2), 263-287, 2015
20*2015
E-government tools, claimed potentials/unnamed limitations: The case of Kalyan–Dombivli
J Martinez, K Pfeffer, T van Dijk
Environment and Urbanization Asia 2 (2), 223-234, 2011
202011
The capacity of e-government tools: claimed potentials, unnamed limitations
JA Martínez, KH Pfeffer, T van Dijk
Proceeding of The 10th N-AERUS conference: Challenges to open cities in …, 2009
162009
Citizen Surveillance of the State: A mirror for eGovernment?
J Verplanke, J Martinez, G Miscione, Y Georgiadou, D Coleman, ...
What kind of information society? Governance, virtuality, surveillance …, 2010
152010
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