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Scientific Scholarly Publications – Journal Papers, Book Chapters and Published Books 1996-2024

Dr. Sci. Tigran Haas, Associate Professor, Tenured (Docent, Lektor) of Urban Planning + Urban Design: Peer Reviewed Scholarly Papers, Book Chapters, Books and International Conference Papers + Other Publication and Papers 1996-2024 (This is the most complete and updated list of all publications, it is fully up-to-date)

*Previous last name HASIC (Publication until 2005), now HAAS (publications after 2005)

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Hasic, T. 1996. Sustainable Humanitarian Settlements - The Example of Tuzla, Bosnia and Herzegovina IN Viking, N. and Wallgren K. 1996. Project Design and Implementation. Royal Institute of Technology US-AB Press, Stockholm. ISBN: peer reviewed

Hasic, T. and Roberts W. 1996. Human Opportunities for Sustainable Settlements in a Post Conflict Zone – The Case of Bosnia and Herzegovina. IN Thiberg, S. and Perotti, G. 1996. Human Settlements and Housing: Five Final Papers. Stockholm: KTH. peer reviewed

Hasic, T. 1997. Locus Amoenus (A Pleasant Place) - Towards a New Sustainable Housing / Social and Spatial Aspects: The Case of Post-Conflict Zones: Bosnia and Herzegovina and Croatia. Royal Institute of Technology US-AB Press, Stockholm. ISBN: 91-7170-180-X [Library of Congress, British Library and the Croatian National Library catalog-in-publication data is available]

Hasic, T. and Roberts, W. A. 1999. “Opportunities for Sustaining Human Settlements in a Post- Conflict War Zone”. Open House International Journal, Vol 34, No.1, DPU-UCL, London. ISSN: peer reviewed

Hasic, T. and Roberts, W. A. 2000. “The Future of Regions: Communities and Transit Villages for the New Millennium”. Colloqui, Cornell Journal of Planning and Urban Issues (Planning into the Next Millennium Issue), Vol XV, 15th Anniversary Issue, 2000. Cornell University, Ithaca. ISSN: peer reviewed

Hasic, T. 2000. Sustainable Urban Matrix - Achieving Sustainable Urban Form in Residential Buildings (SUM) IN Williams, K., Burton E. and Jenks M. 2000. Achieving Sustainable Urban Form. E & FN Spon - Routledge, London. ISBN: peer reviewed

Hasic, T. and Roberts, W. A. 2001. New Possibilities for Sustainable Human Settlements in a War-Torn Zone IN Lawrence, R. 2001. Sustaining Human Settlement: Economy, Environment, Equity and Health. Urban International Press, Newcastle upon Tyne. ISBN: peer reviewed

Hasic, T. 2002. Rebuilding Regional Structures: Visions of Sustainable Urban Communities in Post-Conflict Zones IN Olerup, B., Persson, L.O. & Snickars, F. (editors.) 2002. Reshaping Regional Planning - Northern Traditions and Futures. Ashgate Publishing Ltd, Hampshire. ISBN: peer reviewed

Hasic, T. 2002. “Sustainable Reconstruction of Post-War Cities: The Case of Sarajevo”. Open House International Journal, Vol. 27, No.4, DPU-UCL, London. ISSN: peer reviewed

Hasic, T. and Ran, A. 2002 "White, Whiter, Largest: Time, Light and Place in Richard Meier's Architecture". Architecture of Israel Quarterly 8/2002. (in Hebrew and English) ISSN: 0-792-1268 peer reviewed

Hasic, T. 2004. “Ethnic Conflict and the Right to Return of Limbo Diasporas: Multifaceted Reflections on the Case of BiH”. Migration and Ethnical Themes (Migracijeske i Etnicke Teme) god.20, br.1, March . ISSN: . peer reviewed

Hasic, T. 2004. The Reconstruction Business: Economic Agendas and Regional Strategy in Post-conflict Bosnia and Herzegovina IN Somma, P. 2004. At War With the City. Urban International Press, Newcastle upon Tyne. ISBN: 1-872811-06-X peer reviewed

Hasic, T. 2004. Reconstruction Planning in Post-Conflict Zones: Bosnia and Herzegovina and the International Community. Royal Institute of Technology US-AB Press, Stockholm. ISBN: [Library of Congress, British Library and the Croatian National Library catalog-in-publication data is available]

Olsson, K. and Hasic, T. 2005. Structural Change, Cultural Heritage and Place IN Sustainable Planning and Development II (Sustainable Planning II) Edited by: C.A. Brebbia, and A. Kungolos, Wessex Institute of Technology, UK. ISBN: 1-84564-025-X peer reviewed

Hasic, T. 2006. “Management of Complexities in Post-War Reconstruction (BiH and the International Community)“. South East European Journal of Economics and Business, February 2006. ISBN: peer reviewed

Haas, T. and Kh Md Nahiduzzaman. 2007. (editors) “Regional city: Sustainable regions and communities of place: Six peer reviewed essays”. Stockholm: Royal Institute of Technology US-AB Press, ISBN: 9789171788689

Haas, T. (Eds.). 2008. New Urbanism & Beyond: Designing Cities for the Future. New York: Rizzoli Publishers. ISBN: 978-0-8478-3111-1 (BOOK) peer reviewed

Haas, T. 2008. “Breaking the Bonds of Concentrated Poverty and Exclusion: Some Reflections on Urban Renewal and Sustainable Neighborhoods“. Neighborhood – The International Journal of Neighborhood Renewal, Vol.1, Issue One, September 2008, Liverpool and New York. ISSN: . peer reviewed

Nahiduzzaman Kh Md and Haas, T. 2008. “Micro Climatic House Design: A Way To Adapt to Climate Change? The Case of Ghar Kumarpur Village in Bangladesh”. Theoretical and Empirical Researches in Urban Management, Year 3, Number 9, 2008 Cercetari practice si teoretice în Managementul Urban, Anul 3, Nr. 9, 2008 ISSN: peer reviewed

Haas, T. and Soderlind, A. J. 2009. 7½ Humble Stance Essays on Urban Planning & Design. Royal Institute of Technology US-AB Press, Stockholm. ISBN: 978-91-7178-869-6

Haas, T. 2009. Systems Thinking Planning for Post-Conflict Reconstructions: The Case of Bosnia and Herzegovina. Saarbrücken: VDM Verlag Dr. Müller AG & Co. KG (BOOK)

Haas, T. 2009.“Some Reflections on the Significance of Traditional European Squares in Contemporary Urban Design” (The Case of Dubrovnik and Piran Squares). Open House International Journal (December 2009). ISSN:peer reviewed

Haas, T. 2009. “The Necessity of Sustainability”. Journal of Urbanism:  International Research on Placemaking and Urban Sustainability, Vol. 2, No.4 March 2009 Routledge. ISSN: peer reviewed

Haas, T. and Söderlind, A. J.. 2009. 7½ Humble Stance Essays in Urban Planning & Design. Stockholm: KTH - Royal Institute of Technology US-AB Press, ISBN: 978-91-7178-869-6

Haas, T. 2009. “Systems Thinking Planning for Post-Conflict Reconstructions: The Case of Bosnia and Herzegovina”. Berlin: VDM Verlag 2009, ISBN: 978-3639125344

Haas, T. and Fredriksson, C. 2010 (Eds.) “Sustainable Urbanism & Green Metropolitan City Regions: Selected Essays - Volume I”. Stockholm: Royal Institute of Technology US-AB Press, ISBN: 978-91-7415-393-4

Haas, T. 2010. Urbanism 303: Urban planning & design ideas and research on places. Stockholm: Royal Institute of Technology US-AB Press, ISBN: 978-91-7415-393-4

Omolo-Okalebo, F., Haas, T., Werner, I.B. and Sengendo, H. 2010. “Planning of Kampala City 1903—1962: The Planning Ideas, Values, and Their Physical Expression”. Journal of Planning History, August 2010 vol. 9 no. 3 151-169 peer reviewed

Haas, T. and Fredriksson, C. 2010. (Eds.) “Building Sustainable Urban Regions: Selected Essays - Volume II”. Stockholm: Royal Institute of Technology US-AB Press, ISBN: 978-91-7415-739-0

Kazemian, R. and Haas, T. 2011. “Deployment of Information and Telecommunication Technology as a Sustainable Design Medium of Urban Communities”.Volume 1, Issue 3, on Demographic change & urban challenges: trends & countertrends, 2011. Weimarpolis, Multi-disciplinary Journal of urban Theory and Practice, Weimar. ISSN 1869-1692 peer reviewed

Haas, T. and Troglio, E. 2011. European sustainable districts, in Fabrizio Cuomo (editor) SoURCE sustainable urban cells Sapienza Universitá di Roma, Rome ISBN: 978-88-902611-9-0 Pages: 77-101

Runting H. with Haas, T. (editors) 2011. "Reflections on the Elements of Urbanism" (A selection of essays in Defining the Elements of Urbanism, Theories of Urbanism, KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm, Published in Poland ISBN 978-91-7501-064-9

Haas, T., Troglio, E., Lundström, M. and Borges, L. 2011. Urban characteristics and energy in Fabrizio Cuomo (editor) SoURCE sustainable urban cells Sapienza Universitá di Roma, Rome ISBN: 978-88-902611-9-0 Pages: 205-233

Haas, T. and Mehaffy, M. 2012. “Poststructuralist fiddling, while the world burns: Transcending the self-made crisis of architectural culture”. Urbani izziv Journal (“Urban Challenge Journal”). ISSN: ; 5-15. peer reviewed

Haas, T. 2012. (Ed.) “Housing 4 Hope: Essays on Sustainable Dwellings and Opportunity for all.” Stockholm: Royal Institute of Technology US-AB Press and Riksbyggen, Stockholm (First Part of Riksbyggen Research Trilogy), ISBN: 978-91-7501-226-1

Haas, T. 2012. (Ed.) “Sustainable Urbanism and Beyond: Rethinking Cities for the Future”, Rizzoli: New York. ISBN: (BOOK) peer reviewed

Lundström, M. and Haas, T. 2012. “Urban Design in Sweden” IN Urban Design Practice: An International Review by Sebastian Loew (editor) Publisher: RIBA Publishing: London, 2012 ISBN: 9781859464496 pp.96-111 peer reviewed

Haas, T. and Olsson K. 2013. Emergent Urbanism: Structural Change and Urban Planning and Design. Journal of Urbanism - International Research on placemaking and Urban Sustainability pp. 95-112. ISSN: peer reviewed

Haas, T. 2012. (Ed.) The Best of New Urbanism: Selected Articles & Essays 2002-2012 Stockholm: Royal Institute of Technology US-AB Press, ISBN: 978-91-7501-445-6 (special selection of scientific peer reviewed papers)

E. Troglio, T. Haas,  Martschenko & S. Pagluila (2013) "The Energy Transect" [Including Sustainability Issues In Urban Morphology Analyses], IN C.A. Brebbia (Editor) Eco-Architecture IV: Harmonisation Between Architecture and Nature, Transaction Vol. 165 (183-193), WIT Press, Wessex Institute of Technology: Wessex ISBN: 978-1-84564-614-1 Peer Reviewed

Haas, T. and Olsson, K. 2013. “Transmutation and Reinvention of Public Spaces”. Space and Culture Journal, Sage Publications 2014 17: 59 ISSN: peer reviewed

Tsenkova, S. and Haas, T. 2013. “Planning Sustainable Communities - Europe’s New Model for Green Living in Stockholm”. Plan Canada Journal, Vol, 53, No. 1, Spring 2013, pp. 22-29 peer reviewed

Stojanovski, T., Lundström, M. and Haas, T. 2013. "Light Railways and Busways as Key Driver for Sustainable Urban Development The Swedish Experiences with Transit-Oriented Development (TOD)", Circular (Transportation Journal), Number E-C177, Nov. 2013., TRB Transportation Research Board, Washington DC. Peer Reviewed 259-279

Marcus, L, Balfors, B. and Haas, T. 2013. “A Sustainable Urban Fabric: The Development and Application of Analytical Urban Design Theory” in Metzger, J. and Olsson, R. A. 2013. Sustainable Stockholm - Exploring Urban Sustainability in Europe’s Greenest City, (2013) Edited by Jonathan Metzger, Amy Rader Olsson, Routledge: London, ISBN: 978-0415622127 peer reviewed

Haas, T., Troglio, E., Martschenko, T. and Pagluila, S. 2013. "The Energy Transect; Including Sustainability Issues In Urban Morphology Analyses", WIT Transactions on Ecology and the Environment Journal, pp. 183-193, ISSN: , Peer Reviewed

Ejigu, A. and Haas, T. 2014. “Sustainable Urbanism: Moving Past Neo-Modernist & Neo-Traditionalist Housing Strategies”. Open House International Journal, Vol. 39, No. 1, 2014 ISSN: peer reviewed

Mehaffy, M., Haas, T. and Dobbelsteen, Van Den, A. 2014. ”Unpacking Density: Exploiting Urban Design Variables in Carbon Reduction Strategies”, Nordic Journal of Architectural Research, Oct 14 Issue 2 Vol. 26, pp. 9-34 2014 peer reviewed

Haas, T. and Olsson, K. (Eds.) 2014 Emergent Urbanism: Urban Planning & Design in Times of Structural and Systemic Change ISBN: 978-1-4094-5727-5 Ashgate: London (BOOK) peer reviewed

Vranic, P. Vasilevska, Lj. and Haas, T. 2015. “Hybrid spatialities: Multi-story extensions of socialist blocks of flats under post-socialist transition in Serbia, the case of Nis”. Journal of Urban Studies, 2016, Vol. 53(6) 1261–1277, Sage Journals ISSN: , 2015 peer reviewed

Littke, H., Locke, R. and Haas, T. 2015. “TAKING THE HIGH LINE: Elevated parks, transforming neighborhoods, and the ever changing relationship between urban and nature”, Journal of Urbanism: International Research on Placemaking and Urban Sustainability, Routledge ISSN: peer reviewed

Haas, T. and Olsson, K. 2015. About Urban Heritage: Planning, Design & Development, IN
Scitaroci, O. 2015. Heritage Posibilities for Spatial and Economic Development, HAZU and University of Zagreb, Faculty of Architecture (AF): Zagreb, ISBN 978-953-8042-10-2 peer reviewed, 418-423

Haas, T. 2015. Beyond the sustainable urban design roadmaps, Journal of Urban Design, DOI: 10.1080/13574809.2016.1114716 1-3 peer reviewed ISSN:

Haas, T. 2015. "A Major Shift in Envisioning the Cities of the Future" IN Luca D’Acci, Tigran Haas and Ronita Bardhan (Humanistic and Scientific Approaches to Understanding Cities, A Major Shift in Envisioning the Cities of the Future and Redefining City Planning Agendas under the Contextual Realm), Inaugural Editorial of Urban Planning, Journal of Urban Planning 2016, Volume 1, Issue 1, ISSN: Pages 1-4 peer reviewed

Olsson, K., Nilsson, D. and Haas, T. (ed.) 2016. Urbanismer - Dagens stadsbyggande i retorik och praktik (Urbanisms - Contemporary Town Planning in Rethoric and Practice), Lund: Nordic Academic Press (BOOK), ISBN 978-91-88168-04-7

Haas, T. (ed.) 2016. Defining the Elements of Urbanism: Selected Works 2010-2014, KTH - Royal Institute of Technology US-AB Press: Stockholm, ISBN: 978-91-7595-833-0

Haas, T. 2016. Re-urbanism - Att läka stadens öppna sår (ReUrbanism: To heal the cities open wounds) IN Olsson, K., Nilsson, D. and Haas, T. 2016. Urbanismer - Dagens stadsbyggande i retorik och praktik (Urbanisms - Contemporary Town Planning in Rethoric and Practice), Lund: Nordic Academic Press, 184-195 peer reviewed

Wells, W., Haas, T. and Littke, H. 2016. "Creating Green Space in the Compact City - A Swedish Perspective on a Global Issue" IN ‘Growing compact. Urban form, density and sustainability’,  edited by Joo-Hwa Philip Bay and Steffen Lehmann, Routledge, London; to be published in 2016 peer reviewed

Haas, T. and Van Duijne, R. (eds.) 2016. Challenges for Metropolitan Urban Regions, KTH - Royal Institute of Technology US-AB Press: Stockholm, ISBN: 978-91-7595-774-6

Nijkamp, P., Kourtit, K., Glaeser, E., Snickars, F., Anselin, L., Batty, M., Florida, R., Sassen, S., Haas, T. and others (et.al.) 2016. "Towards a Regional Science Academy: A Manifesto", REGION, The Journal of ERSA, Volume 3, Number. 1 2016, R1-R16, peer reviewed, ISSN: Vienna, Austria.

Haas, T. 2016. Essays on Urbanism: City Planning and Urban Design in Transformation: Various Writings and Research Ideas, LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing, Saarbrücken, OmniScriptum Publishing Group, ISBN: 978-3659871436 (Book)

Haas, T. and Locke, R. 2016 "Sustainable Urbanism Solutions for Breaking the Bonds of Concentrated Poverty in Public Housing: Just and Dignified Spaces & Places for City Living" (Journal of Urban Design ISSN 2096-1235 Urban Design | 2016 (NO.004) No.004) peer reviewed

Haas, T. and Westlund, H. (eds.) 2017. Introduction in the Post Urban World, IN ”In the Post Urban World - Emergent Transformations in the Innovative Global Economy, pp.1-12 Routledge: London, ISBN: 978-1138943926 peer reviewed

Haas, T. and Farrell, K. 2017. The Future of Public Spaces in the Dawn of Rapid Urban Growth, IN Post Urban World - Emergent Transformations in the Innovative Global Economy, pp.143-157Routledge: London, ISBN: 978-1138943926 peer reviewed

Farrell, K. and Haas, T. 2017. "Rapid Urban Growth & The Future of Public Spaces: Shifting Developing Agendas and a New Roadmap", International Journal of Arts and Humanities, ISSN-2360-7998 peer reviewed

D’Acci, L., Haas, T. and Bardhan, R. (editors) 2017. Urban Forms and Future Cities, Urban Planning, Vol 2, No 1 (2017) Open Access Journal | ISSN: Cogitatio (Lisbon, Portugal) peer reviewed

Haas, T. and Troglio, E. 2017. Energy transect modeling and sustainable urban cells approach: Harmonizing the urban and green tissues, International Scientific Journal: Micro Macro & Mezzo Geo Information, ISSN: v No 8;  Year 2017, pp.22-39

Kourtit, K., Nijkamp, P. and Haas, T. 2018. The City of Opportunity, in Rozenblat, C. and Neal, Z. (eds.) (2018 forthcoming). International Handbook on Cities and Networks, Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd , Cheltenham UK. Peer Reviewed

Haas, T. New Urbanism. 2018. IN Wiley-Blackwell Encyclopedia of Sociology, 2nd edition Editor in Chief Dr. George Ritzer, University of Maryland (forthcoming, 2018). Wiley-Blackwell: New York and London (12 Volumes) Peer Reviewed

Haas, T. and Westlund, H. (eds.) 2018. "In the Post Urban World” - Emergent Transformations of Cities and Regions in the Innovative Global Economy (Book) Routledge: New York, ISBN: 978-1138394155 Peer Reviewed

Haas, T. and Troglio, E. 2018. "Sustainable Urban Districts: European Environmental Showcase Models", Scientific Journal Micro, Macro & Mezzo Geo Information, Issue 9; Year 2017. ISSN: Peer Reviewed pp.73-112

Haas, T. 2018. "Food Urbanism & Beyond: Towards a Sustainable Urban Agriculture (Preface)" IN Marielle Dubbeling, Francesco Orsini, Henk de Zeeuw and Giorgio Gianquinto, "Rooftop Urban Agriculture" 2018, Springer: Cham Switzerland. Peer Reviewed

Olsson, K. and Haas, T. 2018. "Heritage Planning and Design"; Journal: The SAS Encyclopedia of Archaeological Sciences, Scholarone Manuscripts, Wiley: New York Peer Reviewed

Iqbal, A., Uittenbogaard, C., Jing, J., Troglio, E., Haas, T. & Elmlund, P. 2018. Who Owns Stockholm’s Property Market? I Britt-Marie Alvem, Monica Andersson, Per Andersson, Ann-Charlotte Backlund, Jonas Berglund CITY - Stadskultur, demokrati och spekulation i Stockholms mitt, Samfundet S:t Eriks årsbok 2018, Historiska media bokförlag.

Haas, T. and Olsson, K. 2018. "Urban Heritage Planning, Design and Development, International Journal of Architectural Heritage, Volume 4, Issue 1 (2018) 13-19 Peer Reviewed

Haas, T. and Westlund, H. 2018. "Some Reflections on the Post-Urban World Paradigm: Innovative Global Economies and Emergent Transformation of Cities & Regions", International Journal of Rural and Regional Planning Development, Volume 4, Issue 1,  (2018) 7–12 Peer Reviewed

Haas, T. and Mehaffy, M. 2018. "The Urban Transformation Teachable Moment for Organized Complexity: Profession and Planet in Crisis", International Journal of Urban Design, Vol. 1: Issue 1, IJUD (2018) 24–33 Peer Reviewed

Lundberg, S., Haas. T. and Lundström, M. 2018. "Swedish Age-Friendly Approach" IN Cuomo, F. and Roversi, R. Building Environment for an Ageing Society (Ambiente construito una ageing society), 12-25, Sapienza: Rome ISBN: 979-12-2002721-2

Lundström, M., Lundberg, S. and Haas, T. 2018." Age Friendly Urban Planning and Stockholm and Uppsala" IN Cuomo, F. and Roversi, R. Building Environment for an Ageing Society (Ambiente construito una ageing society), 12-25, Sapienza: Rome ISBN: 979-12-2002721-2

Elmlund, P., Haas, T. and Mehaffy, M. W. 2018. Public Space in the New Urban Agenda. The Challenge of Implementation. The Journal of Public Space, 3(1), 165-170. DOI: 10.5204/jps.v3i1.324 Peer Reviewed

Haas, T. 2018. (Series Editor) Tendencies in Urbanism: Contemporary Debates and Essays (Three Series on Urbanism and Book of Essays). Published by KTH, Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm, Distributed by Centre for the Future of Places, Stockholm and Printed by Nord Print AB - Opus Liberum, Helsinki ISBN: 978-91-7729-645-4

Haas, T. 2018. (Ed.) The Art and Science of Placemaking: Conceptualizing, Grounding and Understanding the New Paradigm in Urbanism. Published by KTH, Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm, Distributed by Centre for the Future of Places, Stockholm and Printed by Nord Print AB - Opus Liberum, Helsinki ISBN:

Haas, T. 2018. New Urbanism and Placemaking: From Seaside to Aqua and Beyond, IN Elmlund, P. (Ed.) 2018. Ten Years of Urban City Research - Essays Written for the Ten Years of UCR 2002-2012, pp.83-94 Published by KTH, Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm, Distributed by Centre for the Future of Places, Stockholm and Printed by Nord Print AB - Opus Liberum, Helsinki ISBN: 978-91-7729-644-7

Locke, R., Mehaffy, M. Haas, T. and Olsson, K. 2018. Urban Heritage as a Generator of Landscapes: Building New Geographies From Post-Urban Decline in Detroit, Urban Science Journal, MDPI, Urban Sci. 2018, 2, 92 Fall 2018 Vol.2 Issue 92. 1-16 ISSN Peer Reviewed

Haas, T. 2018. Editor. ANALECTA (Urbana Consilio et Publicus Locus) - Urban Design and Public Space Selected Works, Stockholm: KTH Royal Institute of Technology, USAB, 2018, Stockholm.

Haas, T. and Kazemian, R. 2018. Thoughts on the Sustainable Design Medium of Urban Communities Within Information and Telecommunication Technologies, Sociology Study, April 2018, Vol. 8, No. 4, 188‐205 ISSN Peer Reviewed

Haas, T. and Locke, R. 2018. Reflections on the Reurbanism Paradigm: Re-Weaving the Urban Fabric for Urban Regeneration and Renewal, QUAESTIONES GEOGRAPHICAE 37(4) • 2018, 51-67 De Gruyter Open, ISSN 0137-477X Peer Reviewed

Haas, T. and Cars, G. (Eds.) 2018. "The Senior City - Anthology on the Ageing Society" (The Importance of Urban and Local Environment for Contentment Into Old Age). Stockholm: Royal Institute of Technology US-AB Press, Riksbyggen and Sapienza, Rome and Stockholm, (Second Part of Riksbyggen Research Trilogy), ISBN: 978-91-7501-445-6

Elmlund, P., Haas, T. and Mehaffy, M. 2018. “Public Space in the New Urban Agenda. The Challenge of Implementation”, International Journal for Crime, Justice and Social Democracy, 3(1), pp. 165-170. Peer Reviewed

Haas, T. and Olsson, K. (Eds.) 2018. Emergent Urbanism [Urban Planning & Design in Times of Structural and Systemic Change], Routledge: New York (BOOK) Peer Reviewed, ISBN: 978-1-138-54738-4

Haas, T. 2019. The Many Urban Lenses of Jane Jacobs – Jacobs’ Image of the City (Unabridged Version), International Journal of Innovative Studies in Sociology and Humanities, ISSN , Volume: 4 Issue: 11 | November 2019 Peer Reviewed

Mehaffy, W. M. and Haas, T. 2019. Informality in the New Urban Agenda: A “New Paradigm?”, Berkeley Planning Journal 30, 6-22, ISSN: Peer Reviewed

Haas, T. 2019. Jane Jacobs Geographies of Place - Jacob’s Special Lens on the City (Abridged Version), International Journal of Humanities Social Sciences and Education (IJHSSE) Volume 6, Issue 9, September 2019, pp:30-42 ISSN Peer Reviewed

Meijling, J. and Haas, T. 2019 (Eds.) Samhällsbyggandet som mysterium (Built Environment as a Mystery) Jane Jacobs ideér om människor, städer och ekonomier (Jane Jacobs Ideas about People, Cities, and Economies). Lund: Nordic Academic Press, ISBN: 978-91-88661-67-8 (Book)

Haas, T., Westlund, H., Farrell, K. and J. Jing, (Eds) 2019. "Perspectives on Urban Realities: Challenges for Metropolitan Urban Regions", Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm US-AB ISBN 978-91-7873-116-9

Haas, T. & Mehaffy, M.W. 2019. Introduction: the future of public space, Urban Design International  March 2019, Volume 24, Issue 1,  pp 75–75 Peer Reviewed Springer Nature Switzerland, Springer Nature/Palgrave Macmillan AG

Mehaffy, T., Elmlund, P. and Haas, T. 2019. Public Space in the New Urban Agenda: Research into Implementation, Special Issue, Journal of Urban Planning, 4*(2) 2019, Cogitatio, ISSN . Peer Reviewed

Mehaffy, M., Haas, T., Elmlund, P. 2019. "Public spaces and private conflicts in the New Urban Agenda".  WIT Transactions on Ecology and the Environment, Vol 238, Ashurst, UK: WIT Press, 2019. Peer Reviewed

Haas, T. and Olsson, K. with Daneshpour, S. A. and Mojdehi, R. B. (Eds.) 2019 "Emerging Urbanism: Urban Planning & Design in the Era of Structural Transformation", Kasra Publishing House (Architecture & Urban Planning Kasra Library Editions): Meshed (BOOK) Peer Reviewed, ISBN: 978-622-6963-13-8 (Translated)

Jing, J., Canter, D. and Haas, T. 2019. Conceptualizing Public Space Using a Multiple Sorting Task–Exploring the Links between Loneliness and Public Space, Urban Science Journal, MDPI (Basel, Switzerland) Urban Sci., Volume 3, Issue 4, 1-23, (107) ISSN Peer Reviewed

Danenberg, R. and Haas, T. 2019. "New Trends in bottom-up urbanism & governance: Reformulating ways for municipalities to engage with citizen-led urban initiatives", IN Arefi, M. and Kickert. C "Palgrave Handbook on Bottom-up Urbanism", London: Palgrave Press. Peer Reviewed

Haas, T. and Westlund, H. with Kobayashi, K. (eds.) 2019. "In the Post Urban World" - Emergent Transformations of Cities and Regions in the Innovative Global Economy (Book), Wedge Inc.: Tokyo, ISBN: 978-4-86310-217-0 Peer Reviewed (Translated)

Haas, T. and Elmlund, P. (eds.) 2019. Rural Urbanism. Stolpe Book Publishers, Stockholm. ISBN: 978-9198523683 (Book) Peer Reviewed

Mehaffy, M. and Haas, T. 2020. The Key Factors of Success for Curating Main Streets, Journal of Engineering and Architecture, December 2019, Vol. 7, No. 2, pp. 5-17, ISSN: , American Research Institute for Policy Development Peer Reviewed

Meijling, J. and Haas, T. (Eds.) 2020. Essays on Jane Jacobs, Stockholm: Bokforlaget Stolpe AB (Stolpe Bookpublishing) (Book) ISBN: 9789198523690 Peer Reviewed

Haas, T., Littke, H. and Karimnia, E. 2020. Urban Form and Human Behavior in Context of Livable Cities and their Public Realms, Scholarly Journal of Psychology and Behavioral Sciences, Volume 3 - Issue 4 ISSN: pp.325-339 Peer Reviewed (Review Article)

Wolfe, R. C. with Haas, T. 2020. Sustaining a City's Culture and Character: Principles and Best Practices, New York & London:  Rowman & Littlefield Publishing Group (Book) ISBN: 978-1538133248; Peer Reviewed

Haas, T. 2020. Enabling Intragenerational third places as New Incubators of Sociability and Placemaking in Times of Transition. Scholarly Journal of Psychology & Behavioral Science. 4(2)-2020. 418-422 (Opinion Article) Peer Reviewed

Karlsson, C., Westlund, H. and Haas, T. 2020. "Innovative Transformations of Global City Regions in the Post-Urban World" IN Glaeser, E., Kourtit, K. and Nijkamp, P. Urban Empires: Cities as Global Rulers in the New Urban World, Routledge: New York and London, Forthcoming 2020, ISBN 9781138601710 Peer Reviewed

Mehaffy, M. W. and Haas, T. 2020. "New Urbanism in the New Urban Agenda: Threads of an Unfinished Reformation" Urban Planning Journal (ISSN: ), 2020, Volume 5, Issue 4, Peer Reviewed

Haas, T. 2020. Return to 1975 and Some Aspects of the Built Environment Analysis Discipline & Methodology - The Thiberg Triangle and Beyond (Revisiting the ideas from 1999), Technium Social Sciences Journal, Vol. 11, 496-510, September 2020, ISSN: Peer Reviewed

Haas, T. 2020. Reflections on Scientific Inquiry and Methodology for Applied Social Sciences and Humanities: Releasing the Research Creativity and Imagination, American Journal of Humanities and Social Science, Volume 5, 2020 Peer Reviewed ISSN:

Kickert. C., vom Hofe, R., Haas, T. Zhang, W. and Mahato, B. 2020 "Spatial Dynamics of Long-Term Urban Retail Decline in Three Transatlantic Cities", Cities Journal, Elsevier (The International Journal of Urban Policy and Planning), Peer Reviewed S0264-2751(20)31266-X, ISSN:

Karimnia, E. and Haas, T. 2020. Appropriation of public space: a dialectical approach in designing publicness IN Mehta, V. and Palazzo, D. 2020. Companion to Public Space, London and New York: Routledge, (ISBN 9781138549722) Peer Reviewed (In Part I "Perspectives", Chapter 4).

Haas, T. and Olsson, K. 2020. Emergent Urbanism & Beyond: Times of Transformation and Paradigm Shifts with a Twist on Heritage Urbanism, World Journal of Social Science Research, Vol. 7, No. 4, Los Angeles, CA, ISSN Peer Reviewed.

Haas, T., Cars, G. and Lundstrom, M.J. 2020. The Senior City & Beyond Ageing: The importance of urban and local environment for contentment into old age, Gerontology & Geriatrics Studies, Volume 6 Issue 2, New York, NY, ISSN: Peer Reviewed.

Gabauer, A., Knierbein, S., Cohen, N., Lebuhn, H., Trogal, K., Viderman, T. and Haas, T. 2021. Care and the City Anthology. New York & London: Routledge, an imprint of Taylor & Francis Group. Peer Reviewed (Book)

Mehaffy, M., Haas, T. and Elmlund, P. 2021. What Still Matters in a City. The COVID-19 Pandemic Offers a “Teachable Moment”: Illustrating that Public Spaces Must Simultaneously Connect us, and Protect us too, The Journal of Public Space, 2020 | Vol.5, no.3 ISSN pp. 31–38 Peer Reviewed

Kourtit, K., Nijkamp, P. and Haas, T. 2021. The city of opportunity: designing Cities 4 people. IN Neal, P. Z. and Rozenblat, C. (2021) Handbook of Cities and Networks (Research Handbooks in Urban Studies series) Edwar Elgar Publishing: Cheltenham  Glos, 273-293 Peer Reviewed (ISBN: ) in PART IV NETWORK PROCESSES WITHIN CITIES (Book)

Haas, T. 2021. "Richard Meier’s Time–Space, Place–Form and Color–Light" [Past & New Reflections on the Starchitect’s Getty Centre and Selected Major Works until 2000]. International Journal of Architectural Heritage. 2021; 4(2): 51–63p. 10.37628 Peer Reviewed ISSN:

Haas, T. 2021. The Athena Talks Special Selection: Urbanism Geographies of Space [Women Reclaiming the City]. KTH-CFP, Stockholm and The Athenaeum Scholars Press: London and Stockholm, ISBN: 978-91-8040-039-8 (Book)

Haas, T. and Olsson, K. 2022. The Works - Urbanism Ideals of Heritage,
Place & Space
(Selected Papers & Essays) - (Book), Boston: Athenaeum Scholars Press, Printed and Bound by Nordprint (former Opus Liberatum), in Helsinki, Finland, EU. ISBN: 978-91-7873-704-8 Peer Reviewed [Consists of previoulsy released, as well as new material].

Jonsson, A.P. and Haas, T. 2022. New urban developments in a heritage area. A case study of Skeppsholmsviken 6 in Stockholm, Sweden IN Borg, Van der J. 2022. "A Research Agenda for Urban Tourism" (Elgar Research Agendas) (Book), Chapter 8, 145-178. Edwar Elgar: Cheltenham and New York, ISBN: Peer Reviewed

Mehaffy, M.W., and Haas, T. 2022. Curating Main Streets: The Factors of Success. In Conrad Kickert and Emily Talen (Eds.), "Streetlife: Urban Retail Dynamics and Prospects" (ISBN: 9781487507138 ). University of Toronto Press: Toronto. Peer Reviewed (Book)

Jing, J. and Haas, T. 2022. "Den Byggda Miljöns Inverkan på Ensamhet", 2021 [The Impact of Built Environment on Loneliness], (ISBN 978-91-8040-197-5), KTH Royal Institute of Technology, and Riksbyggen: Stockholm.

Haas, T. 2022. (Ed.) Urban Loneliness: An Anthology on Urban Loneliness. Stockholm: Athenaeum Scholars Press, Boston, Royal Institute of Technology US-AB Press and Riksbyggen, Stockholm (Last Part of Riksbyggen Research Trilogy), ISBN: 978-91-7873-706-2

Haas, T. and Westlund, H. 2023. "Beyond the First Look at the Post-Urban World Paradigm: Innovative Global Economies and Emergent Transformation of Cities & Regions." Journal of Economics & Business Management, 1(5): 2023. 1-10. Iris Academic Publishers, San Francisco. ISSN: Peer Reviewed

Haas, T. 2023. (Ed.) Women Reclaiming the City - International Research on Urbanism, Architecture, and Planning, Rowman & Littlefield: Washington DC and London, (ISBN: 978-1-5381-6265-1) Peer Reviewed (Book)

Mehaffy, M. and Haas, T. 2023. ”Introduction: Toward a “Post‐Alexandrian” Agenda,” Special Issue: Assessing the Complex Contributions of Christopher Alexander (Eds., Mehaffy, M. and Haas, T.), Volume 8, Issue 3, September 2023, Urban Planning Journal, Cogitatio Press 1-5 ISSN: Peer Reviewed

Haas, T. and Olsson, K. 2023. "Urban Heritage, Planning & Design, Development" in 'Heritage Urbanism—Urban Heritage and Planning and Design,' Introduction [Sustainability of Culture and Heritage, Tourism, Culture, and Heritage Section], Sustainability Journal, Sustainability 15, no. 16: 12359. MDPI Basel. ISSN 2071-1050. Peer Reviewed

Haas, T. and Olsson, K. 2023. “About the Post-Urban Heritage Landscapes: Planning and Design, Public Spaces, New Geographies, and Decline.” International Journal of Applied Social Science, Vol. 10 (7&8): 457-467. ISSN: . Peer Reviewed

Haas, T. and Troglio, E. 2023. "Sustainable Urban Transect Modeling for Applied Social Sciences: Merging Green and the Urban in Sustainable Urban Cells into a New Resilient Energy Transect Model." International Journal of Innovative Studies in Sociology and Humanities. Volume 8, Issue 2, 1-13, ISSN: 2456-4931, Peer Reviewed 

Haas, T. and Locke, R. 2023. “Humanist Cities and Post-Feminist Urban Social Geographies: Public Spaces and Plural Cultural Urbanism of Just Renewal”, International Journal of Social Science and Human Resources, Volume 06 Issue 12, pp: 7466-7479, ISSN: 2644-0679, Peer Reviewed

Hernández-Callejo, L., Nesmachnow, S., Madrazo, P. D. F., Shen, Y.-S., Eugenio-Gozalbo, M., & Haas, T. (Eds.). 2024. Special Issue "The Urban Agenda". *Journal of Urban Science*. MDPI. ISSN: 2413-8851, Peer Reviewed

Haas. T. 2024. "Conceptualizing Urban Imaginaries: Starchitecture, Placemaking and Future City Design Paradigms." Journal of City and Development, 2024, Vol. 6, No. 1, 1-15, Peer Reviewed, ISSN: 2474-1434

Haas, T. and Mehaffy, M. 2024. “Achieving Humanist Cities: Learning From Urban Feminism and Feminist Planning”, Global Journal of Cultural Studies, 2024, 3, pp: 29-41 ISSN: 2817-2310, Peer Reviewed

International Peer Reviewed Scholarly Journals: Special Guest Editor 2017-2024 [Associate Professor Tigran Haas, PhD, KTH Royal Inst Techn, Stockholm]

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Special Issue on"Urban Forms and Future Cities" 2017, Journal of Urban Planning, Vol 2, No 1 (2017) Open Access Journal | ISSN: Cogitatio (Lisbon, Portugal) peer-reviewed https://www.cogitatiopress.com/urbanplanning/issue/view/57 (With Luca D’Acci and Ronita Bardhan)

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Special Issue - Urban Design International - "The Future of Places," Volume 24, issue 1, March 2019, SPRINGER NATURE/Palgrave Macmillan, ISSN: , 2018/2019
https://link.springer.com/journal/41289/volumes-and-issues/24-1
(With Dr. Michael Mehaffy) peer-reviewed

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Special Issue on "Public Space in the New Urban Agenda: Research into Implementation", Journal of Urban Planning, COGITATIO ISSN: , 2018/2019 Vol 4, No 2 (2019)
https://www.kth.se/futureofplaces/news/special-issue-on-public-space-in-the-new-urban-agenda-research-into-implementation-1.917464
(With Dr. Michael Mehaffy and Dr. Peter Elmlund) peer-reviewed

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Special Issue "Heritage Urbanism—Urban Heritage and Planning and Design", (Tourism, Culture, and Heritage) Journal of Sustainability MDPI (ISSN 2071-1050) 2019/2020, 11/19, 2020, https://www.mdpi.com/journal/sustainability/special_issues/heritage_urbanism
(With Associate Professor Dr. Krister Olsson) peer-reviewed

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Special Issue "Assessing the Complex Contributions of Christopher Alexander", Journal of Urban Planning Vol 8, Issue 3, 2023 COGITATIO ISSN: , 2023 https://www.cogitatiopress.com/urbanplanning/pages/view/nextissues#ChristopherAlexander
(With Dr. Michael Mehaffy) peer-reviewed

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Special Issue "Urban Agenda" Journal of Urban Science MDPI, (ISSN ) 2024 https://www.mdpi.com/journal/urbansci/special_issues/220K1SRWWA
(With Prof. Dr. Luis Hernández-Callejo, Prof. Dr. Sergio Nesmachnow, Prof. Dr. Pablo de Frutos Madrazo and Dr. Yu-Sheng Shen + Prof. Dr. Marcia Eugenio-Gozalbo) peer reviewed

SCIENTIFIC CONFERENCE PAPERS 1996/2019 (COVID19 Year 2020-2022 No Conferences) Possibly Resuming Conferences in Year 2023-2024, but highly unlikely due to being environmentally and socially responsible due to damaging effects of travel

 — Hasic, T. 1998. Bemoaning For a Lost Domicile - New Enabling Strategies - Resettlement and Refugees in Post Conflict Zones. Presented at the International Conference on New Approaches and Methods of Planning the Development and Reconstruction of Cities in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina October 1998.

 — Hasic, T. 1999. Visions of Sustainable Communities and Transit Villages in the Future of Regions. Presented at the International Conference on 20th Century Urbanization and Urbanism - Urban Debate on the Eve of the New Millennium in Bled, December 1999.

 — Hasic, T. 2000. How to Design for Sustainability in Post-Conflict Zones: New Approaches and the Role of Professionals. Presented on the International Conference on Challenges for Science and Engineering in the 21st Century - INES 2000 in Stockholm, June 2000.

 — Hasic, T. 2000. Sustainable Urban Matrix – Achieving Sustainable Urban Form in Residential Buildings - SUM. Presented at the 27th International Making Cities Livable Conference on Rediscovery of Public Space & Cities for the Well-Being of Children & Exhibit on Piazza, Plaza, Great Urban Public Places, Vienna, Austria July 4 - 8, 2000

— Hasic, T. 2001. New Outlooks on Reshaping and Revitalizing Post-Conflict Regions: Strategies, Principles and Models for Reconstruction. Presented at the 41st ERSA Congress: European Regional Development Issues in the New Millennium and their Impact on Economic Policy in Zagreb, September 2001.

— Hasic, T. 2002. Strategic project management and systems approach in the reconstruction process of post-conflict zones. Presented at the International Conference: An Enterprise Odyssey: Economics and Business in the New Millennium 2002. Zagreb, Croatia June 2002.

— Hasic, T. 2002. Sustainable Neighborhoods in Action: Urban Villages & Compact Urban Housing Quarters. Presented at the International Research Conference (ENHR): Housing Cultures - Convergence and Diversity in Vienna July 2002.

 — Hasic, T. and Perotti, G. 2003. New Neighborhoods in Action: The Case of Lidingö Center Urban Village and Jarla Sjö New Urbanism Community. Presented at the 34th International Making Cities Livable Conference IMCL and 2nd Symposium on The European Square in Siena, Italy June 2003.

 — Hasic, T. 2003. The Reconstruction Business: Economic Agendas and Regional Strategy in Post-conflict Bosnia and Herzegovina. Presented at the International Conference on Interregional Collaboration as the Basis for Sustainable Economic Development of Territories, Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina, October, 2003.

 — Hasic, T. 2004. Vibrant Public Places and Urban Spaces: The Tale of the Two Squares in the Old City of Dubrovnik. Presented at the 39th International Making Cities Livable Conference IMCL in Sarasota, Florida USA – The Healthy Community and the Built Environment, March 2004.

 — Hasic, T. 2004. Economic Agendas, Strategy and Proactive Planning in Post-Conflict Reconstruction of Bosnia and Herzegovina. Presented at the International Conference: An Enterprise Odyssey: Economics and Business in the New Millennium: Achieving Competitive Advantage. 2004. Zagreb, Croatia June 2004.

 — Hasic, T. 2005. European Square & Its Significance for the Revival of Contemporary Urban Design. Presented at the 43rd International Making Cities Livable Conference in Venice, Italy, June 2005.

 — Haas, T. 2006. Breaking the Bonds of Concentrated Poverty and Exclusion: Towards Sustainable Communities with a New Vision of HOPE (Hurricane Katrina Reconstruction and Paris Riots Reflections) Presented at the International Research Conference (ENHR): Housing in an expanding Europe: theory, policy, implementation and participation in Ljubljana, July 2006.

 — Haas, T. 2007. The European square ideals in contemporary urban design: In search of true public places. Presented at the International Research Conference of Association of European Schools of Planning, AESOP 2007, Naples Italy, Planning for the Risk Society.

 — Kh Md Nahiduzzaman and Haas, T. 2008. Micro–Climatic House Design: A Way to Adapt to Climate Change through Urban Design? Presented at the 3rd Congress of Council for European Urbanism, Climate Change and Urban Design, Oslo, Norway September 2008.

 — Marcus, L, Söderlind, A.J. and Haas, T. 2008. Urban Design in Times of Change: Performance Based Design (UPD Program, KTH Stockholm). Presented at the 3rd Congress of Council for European Urbanism, Climate Change and Urban Design, Oslo, Norway September 2008.

 — Haas, T. 2009. Green Urbanism & New Urbanism: A way for understanding and solving the phenomena of alienated suburbs. Presented at the Changing Housing Markets: Integration and Segmentation - ENHR Conference in Prague 28.6-1.2 2009, Prague, Czech Republic.

 — Olsson, K. and Haas, T. 2010. Emergent Urbanism: Urban Planning & Design and Structural Change. Presented at the AESOP 2010, 24th Annual Conference, Helsinki Finland.

 — Haas, T. and Olsson, K. 2010. Transmutation and reinvention of public spaces. Presented at the European SKuOR Urban Culture and Public Space Centre Conference 2010 in Vienna. Public space and the challenges of urban transformation in Europe: Politics and culture, Viena Austria.

 — Haas, T. and Locke, R. 2011. Sustainable & New Urbanism – A Way for Understanding and Solving the Housing Phenomena of Concentrated Poverty in Alienated Suburbs? Urban Affairs Association 41st Conference, Reclaiming the City: Building a Just and Sustainable Future, March 2011 New Orleans, Louisiana

 — Haas, T. and Ejigu, A. 2011. Contextual Modernism and Sustainable Urbanism as New Housing Strategies ENHR 2011. ‘Mixité’: an urban and housing issue? Mixing people, housing and activities as the urban challenge of the future.Toulouse, 5th-8th July.

 — Troglio, E., Doni, M. and Haas, T. 2011. Urban typologies and heat energy demand. A case-study in the Italian and Swedish context. Presented at the ERSA Congress, New Challenges for European Regions and Urban Areas in a Globalised World, 51st European Congress of the Regional Science Association International, 30th August - 3rd September 2011, Barcelona, Spain.

 — Troglio, E., Haas, T., Martschenko, T.and Pagliula, S. 2012. The Energy Transect; including sustainability issues in urban morphology analyses. Presented at the Sustainable City 2012, 7th International Conference on Urban Regeneration and Sustainability, 7 – 9 May, 2012 Ancona, Italy, Wessex Institute of Technology

 — Haas, T., Stojanovski, T. and Lundström, M. 2012. Tram and light railway as key driver for sustainable urban development: the Swedish experiences with transit-oriented development (TOD). Presented at the BUFTOD 2012, Building the urban future and Transit Oriented Development International Conference, Transport systems in the context of TOD: rail, bus and intermodalityApril 2012 Paris, France.

— Haas, T., Stojanovski, T. and Lundström, M. 2012. Light Railways and Busways as Key Driver for Sustainable Urban Development The Swedish Experiences with Transit-Oriented Development (TOD), Presented at the Sustaining the Metropolis LRT and Streetcars for Super Cities, 12th International Light Rail Conference, November 11–13, 2012, Salt Lake City, Utah, Circular TRB Transportation Research Board, Washington DC.

 — Haas, T. and Locke, R. 2012. Sustainable Urbanism Solutions for Breaking the Bonds of Concentrated Poverty in Public Housing. Presented at the ENHR Conference 2012 in Oslo/Lillehammer, Housing: Local Welfare and Local Markets in a Globalized World. WS-10: Housing and Urban Sustainability - Combining Social and Environmental Dimensions, 24-27 June 2012.

 — Stojanovski, T., Lundström, M. & Haas, T. 2012. Light railways and busways as key driver for sustainable urban development: The Swedish experiences with transit-oriented development (TOD). Presented at the conference Trafikdage 2012, Aalborg, Danmark, August 2012.

 — Troglio, E. and Haas, T. 2013. What can we learn from Eco-city projects? A case studies comparison of European cities, Presented at the Association of American Geographers (AAG) Annual Meeting in Los Angeles, April 9-13, 2013. Contesting Models of Ecological Urban Living: Eco-cities and Beyond.

 Littke, H., Locke, R. and Haas, T. 2013. Taking the High Line: Elevated parks, evolving neighborhoods and the ever changing relationship between urban and nature, presented at the Fábos Conference on Landscape and Greenway Planning: Pathways to Sustainability April 12-13, 2013, Amherst, Massachusetts, USA.

 — Troglio, E. and Haas, T. 2013. Sustainable Urban Cells and the Energy Transect Modeling: Reconciling the Green and the Urban, presented at the European Regional Science Association (ERSA) Congress, 53rd in Palermo Italy 27-31 August. Regional Integration, Europe, the Mediterranean and the World Economy.

— Haas, T. 2015. "Vital Public Spaces, Future of Places Inititaive and the Road to New Urban Agenda" (Future of Places I-III), at the Designing and managing public spaces for inclusive, safe, resilient and sustainable cities Workshop Conference Panel, 24 February 2015, Palais des Nations, Room VIII Geneva, Switzerland, KTH, Ax:son Johnson Foundation, UNECE and UN HABITAT.

— Jing, J. and Haas, T. 2015. The Built Environment for Children - Stockholm Experience, presented at the 52nd International Making Cities Livable Conference IMCL on Achieving Green, Healthy Cities in Bristol, UK, June 29 – July 3, 2015

— Haas, T. and Olsson, K. 2015. About Urban Heritage: Planning, Design & Development, IInternational Conference on Heritage Urbanism: "Heritage Posibilities for Spatial and Economic Development", Organized by Croatian Academy of Arts & Sciences, HAZU and University of Zagreb, Faculty of Architecture (AF): Zagreb, 22-23 October 2015.

— Haas, T. and Farrel, K. 2016. Rapid Urbanization and The Future of Places, presented at ERSA, 56th European Regional Science Association Congress - Cities & Regions: Smart, Sustainable, Inclusive? - 23-26 August 2016, Vienna, Austria, Special Session on: "In the Post Urban World - Emergent Transformation of Cities and Regions in the Innovative Global Economy".

— Haas, T., Olsson, K. and Locke, R. 2017. Urban Heritage as a Generator of Landscapes: Building New Geographies From Post-Urban Declineto be presented at the "Reflecting Histories and Directing Futures" THE NORDIC ASSOCIATION OF ARCHITECTURAL RESEARCH, NAF, organised by NAF, AHO and NMBU, in Oslo, Norway 15-16 June 2017.

— Haas, T. 2017. Challenges and Promises of Urban Design: Heritage, Cultural Urbanism and the Temporary City, presented at the Rowe Rome Conference 2017, CITIES OF GOOD INTENTIONS (Le città delle buone intenzioni), Urban Design Dialogues, Dialoghi di progettazione urbana, June 21-June 23, 2017, Sapienza Università di Roma, School of Engineering, San Pietro in Vincoli.

— Haas, T. 2017. MUSE - Moving from Objects to Places (Redefining the Graduate Program in Urbanism), presented at the Carl Rowe Rome Conference 2017, CITIES OF GOOD INTENTIONS (Le città delle buone intenzioni), Urban Design Dialogues, Dialoghi di progettazione urbana, June 21-June 23, 2017, Sapienza Università di Roma, School of Engineering, San Pietro in Vincoli.

— Haas, T. 2018. Creative city (place) making and plural urbanism: Post-gender geographies, public spaces and cultural urbanism, to be presented at City-making: space, culture and identity, International Conference 2018 Institute of Ethnology and Folklore Research International Conference, Zagreb, May 17-18, 2018

— Haas, T. and Locke, R. 2018. Some Reflections on the ReUrbanism Urban Planning and Design Paradigm: Re-weaving the urban fabric and striving to make places of responsible character, presented at the 2018 AESOP Congress in Gothenburg, Sweden, Gothenburg, from 10 to 14 of July, "Making Spaces for Hope".

— Haas, T. and Farrel, K. 2018. THE ROLE OF PUBLIC SPACE IN PLANNING & DEVELOPMENT: SOME NEW APPROACHES Case Study, Presented at the Cities Panel at the 79th Committee on Housing and Land Management & Ministerial Meeting Geneva, UNECE, Towards Sustainable Housing and Urban Development through alignment with the 2030 Agenda & New Urban Agenda 04/10/2018 – 05/10/2018 Geneva, UN Habitat.

— Semenchenko, M. and Haas, T. 2018. Complex Design Approaches to the Memory Representation in Public Space, to be presented at the Urban Jewish Heritage: Presence and Absence, 3-7 September 2018, Krakow, Poland.

—Karlsson, C., Westlund, H. and Haas, T. 2018. Innovative Transformations of Global City Regions in the Post-Urban World, presented at NARSC, 65th Annual North American Meetings of the Regional Science Association International 7-10 November 2018, San Antonio, TX USA

—Farrell, K. and Haas, T. 2019. Urbanization, Population Dynamics & Consumption Patterns: The Changing Direction of Cities and the Global Economy, presented at the 8th International Conference on Social Science in Dubrovnik (macro conference), July .

—Mehaffy, M. and Haas, T. 2019. Public Spaces and Private Conflicts in the New Urban Agenda presented at the  Sustainable City 2019: 13th International Conference on Urban Regeneration and Sustainability, Valencia Spain 1-3/10, Organizer Wessex Institute.

—Haas, T. 2022. Rethinking Urbanism - The Present & Future of Cities Beyond COVID19, Presented at the "International Urban Futures Conference (Hybrid) - RETHINKING AND TRANSFORMING CITIES FOR THE REGENERATIVE ERA", 13-17 June, Copenhagen Denmark. Founders of Romorrow and Dare to Distrupt Organizers.

—Haas, T. 2022. The Present Urban Futures of Post Covid19 Cities, Presented at the International Conference & Workshop (Hybrid) on "THE URBAN CHALLENGE", University of Naples Federico II, The Regional Science Academy (TRSA) and National Research Council (CNR-IRISS), 22-23 June 2022 Naples.

—Haas, T. 2022. Trends and Paradigms in Urban Planning & Design, Presented at the 2022 ERSA Hybrid Conference, Advanced Brainstorm Carrefour (ABS), The Regional Science Academy (TRSA) and ERSA, “THE CITY 2.0 – SMART PEOPLE, PLACES, PLANNING”, 61st ERSA Congress - "Disparities in a Digitalising (Post-Covid) world – Networks, Entrepreneurship and Regional Development", 22 – 26 August 2022 │ Hybrid│ Onsite in Pécs & Virtual, Hungary.

OTHER (VARIOUS SCHOLARLY) OLDER PUBLICATIONS 1988/2005

 — Hasic, T. (1988). Leon Battista Alberti and his Architectural Work. School of Architecture AFS, Dept. of Architectural History. (in Croatian) Unpublished Paper.

 — Hasic, T. (1989). Contemporary US Architects - Space Architecture for the end of the 20th Century. School of Architecture AFS, Dept. of Architectural History. (in Croatian) Unpublished Paper.

 — Hasic, T. (1992). School of Architecture at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. ARK - Architectural Journal of Bosnia & Herzegovina. Volume 2, Spring 1992. (in Croatian) ISSN:

 — Hasic, T. (2001). “e-topia” (William Mitchell’s Book Review). Nordic Journal of Architectural Research, No. 1, 2004, Gothenburg. (in English) ISSN:

 — Hasic, T. (2004) “Urban Villages”. Entry for the “Encyclopedia of the City”, Roger Caves (editor) 2003. Routledge, London. ISBN: (2005)

 — Hasic, T. (2004) “Peter Calthorpe”. Entry for the “Encyclopedia of the City”, Roger Caves (editor) 2003. Routledge, London. ISBN: (2005)

 — Hasic, T. (2004) “Andrés Duany”. Entry for the “Encyclopedia of the City”, Roger Caves (editor) 2003. Routledge, London. ISBN: (2005)

 — Hasic, T. (2004) “Nicholas Negroponte”. Entry for the “Encyclopedia of the City”, Roger Caves (editor) 2003. Routledge, London. ISBN: (2005)

 — Hasic, T. (2004). “Repairing the American Metropolis” (Douglas Kelbaugh’s Book Review). Nordic Journal of Architectural Research, No. 2, 2004, Gothenburg. (in English) ISSN:

 — Hasic, T. (2005). “Missförstånd och feltolkningar av New Urbanism” [“Misinterpretations and False Premises About New Urbanism”) Tidskrift PLAN 2, 37 – 2005 (Journal Plan 2, 2005) ISSN:

 — Hasic, T. (2005). “Encylopedia of the City” (Roger W. Caves' Edited Book Review). Nordic Journal of Architectural Research, No. 1, 2006, Trondheim. (in English) ISSN:

— Hasic, T. (2005). “Sustainable Project Management: Project Design & Implemenation” (Unfinished Book Manuscript). To be submitted to Scholar's Press, Berlin GmbH, Part of OmniScript Publishing, Mauritius, 2006.