• Authored by SA+P’s César Hidalgo with Ricardo Haussmann, The Atlas of Economic Complexity presents a model for predicting a nation’s future growth more accurately than any other technique.

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New books on the shelf from SA+P

Recent publishing news from School of Architecture + Planning faculty and alumni


Listed below, recent books by faculty of the MIT School of Architecture + Planning. For descriptions of each, and a listing (at least partial) of books by SA+P alumni, visit the SA+P site.

  • Stanford Anderson with Gail Fenske and David Fixler, eds. Aalto and America (Yale University Press).
  • Stanford Anderson, ed. Eladio Dieste: Innovation in Structural Art (Princeton Architectural Press, 2004; reprint 2012).
  • Ute Meta Bauer. Intellectual Birdhouse – Artistic Practice as Research, co-edited with Florian Dombois, Claudia Mareis and Michael Schwab. (Walther König, Köln)
  • Eran Ben-Joseph. ReThinking a Lot: The Design and Culture of Parking. (MIT Press)
  • Renée Green. Renée Green: Endless Dreams and Time-Based Streams. (Yerba Buena Center for the Arts)
  • César Hidalgo and Ricardo Haussmann. The Atlas of Economic Complexity (Puritan Press).
  • Judith Layzer. Open for Business: Conservatives' Opposition to Environmental Regulation (MIT Press).
  • Antoni Muntadas. Muntadas: Between the Frames: The Forum. (Museu d’Art Contemporani de Barcelona, MACBA) Barcelona. (España/Spain)
  • Brent Ryan. Design After Decline: How America Rebuilds Shrinking Cities. (University of Pennsylvania Press).
  • Bishwapriya Sanyal and Lawrence Vale with Christina Rosan, eds. Planning Ideas That Matter: Livability, Territoriality, Governance, and Reflective Practice (MIT Press).
  • Andrew Scott and Eran Ben-Joseph. ReNew Town: Adaptive Urbanism and the Low Carbon Community (Routledge).
  • Lawrence Susskind. Water Diplomacy: A Negotiated Approach to Managing Complex Water Networks (RFF Press)

Topics: Alumni/ae, Architecture, Books and authors, Faculty, Media Lab, Urban studies and planning

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