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Magazine cover  Volume 16, No. 1, 2005

Urbani izziv Volume 16, No. 1, June 2005

PROBLEMATIC PROJECTS

Editorial

Ivan STANIČ : Problematic projects. Problematic projects?

Thematic articles

Metka SITAR : Strategies of urban development between europeisation, the state and regions

Lucija AŽMAN MOMIRSKI: The new “Kolizej” in Ljubljana: Issues of the programme

Kaliopa DIMITROVSKA ANDREWS, Matej NIKŠIČ: The role of urban design in internalised settlement development

Blaž KRIŽNIK: The ideological effects of urban rehabilitation

Aljaž PLEVNIK: High-speed railway connections – the next Slovene centennial infrastructure project?

Mojca GOLOBIČ: Are wind farms a problematic project?

Alenka COF, Ivan MARUŠIČ, Krešimir BAKIĆ, Franc JAKL: Tracing overhead transmission line corridors with regard to environmental and spatial qualities

Echoes

Sava ATANACKOVIĆ : Transit oriented development in Belgrade

Reflections

Andrej GULIČ, Sergeja PRAPER : Intergrating the spatial and environmental aspect in regional development programmes in the programme period 2007–2013

Iztok KOVAČIČ: The architectural dimension of teleworking

Methods and techniques

Breda MIHELIČ : Geographical information systems as a tool for analyses and evaluation of physical conditions and determining priority areas for rehabilitation

Tomaž TOLLAZZI: The methodology for establishing feasibility of constructing roundabouts

Reports

Živa DEU : The comprehensive renewal of Štanjel

Alenka COF: The effects of expansion of built-up areas on landscape qualities in the Ljubljana urban region in the period 1951–2002

Jana PUŽ: Urban transformation of Sušaks port on Rijeka

 

 

PUBLISHER

Urbanistični inštitut RS
Urbani izziv - Editorial Board
Trnovski pristan 2, 1000 Ljubljana, SLO

  + 386 (0)1 420 13 10
  urbani.izziv@uirs.si

ISSN

Print edition: 0353-6483
Web edition: 1855-8399

INDEX

GOOGLE SCHOLAR
h5-index: 13
h5-median: 18
INDEX COPERNICUS
ICV 2017: 121,77
CLARIVATE ANALYTICS
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SCOPUS ELSEVIER

SCImago Journal & Country Rank

SNIP: 0,3 (Quartile: Q2)
IPP: 0,29

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