Dr Tooran Alizadeh

PhD, GCert HigherEd, M.UrbDes&Plan, M.Arch, B.Arch

G04 - Wilkinson Building
The University of Sydney

Telephone 9351 8571

Biographical details

Dr. Tooran Alizadeh is a senior lecturer, director of urban design program, and also a recipient of the prestigious Research Accelerator Fellowship (SOAR) at the University of Sydney. Tooran utilises cross-disciplinary knowledge and methodologies to gain new vital perspectives into the ever growing complexities of cities in the age of advanced technological challenges and opportunities. She has investigated the socio-spatial patterns of telecommunication infrastructure deployment in Australia and beyond; if and how the advanced infrastructure is accounted for in the strategic plans for the future of our cities; and finally the extent to which smart city initiatives respond to the strategic challenges of each city and its citizens. More recently, as part of her SOAR Fellowship, Tooran examines the global trends of smart cities – with a focus on India; and also captures online citizen voices to enable smart participatory local governments in Australia.

Tooran is a passionate and effective teacher with a commitment in excellent student-centred learning outcomes, evidenced by outstanding student evaluation, and several teaching commendations. She has developed, convened, and delivered diverse undergraduate and postgraduate courses including architecture studios, urban design and planning studios, urban design and planning theory and practice, critical infrastructure, practice placement, and urban analysis.

Prior to academia, Tooran had several years of professional practice and project management experience in metropolitan planning, new town development, urban design, and disaster management.

Current research students

Project title Research student
Unfolding Smart City Development in India Deepti Prasad SIDDABATHUNI

Selected grants

2019

  • SOAR Fellowship; Alizadeh T; DVC Research/SOAR Fellowships.
  • Transforming the capstone in urbanism, improving student and academic experience; Keane A, Rogers D, Jones P, Logan C, Alizadeh T; DVC Education/Small Educational Innovation Grant.

2018

  • Affordable housing implications of smart cities and innovation economies; Dowling R, Maalsen S, Alizadeh T, Dodson J, Taylora E, Gilbert C; Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute Ltd/Research Grant.
  • Research on key techniques to achieve humane and quality urban design in Guangzhou; Lu D, Alizadeh T, Sarkar S, Muslimin R; Guangzhou Science Technology and Innovation Commission/Research Grant.
  • Enabling Participatory Local Government in Smart Cities; Alizadeh T, Dowling R; Department of Industry, Innovation and Science/Smart Cities and Suburbs Programme.

2017

  • Co-Producing Responses to 'Crisis' - Informal accommodation and vulnerable households in metropolitan Sydney: the scale, drivers and policy responses; Gurran N, Pill M, Phibbs P, Maalsen S, Alizadeh T, Iveson K; DVC Research/Sydney Policy Lab.

Selected publications

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Edited Books

  • Steele, W., Alizadeh, T., Eslami-Andargoli, L., Serrao-Neumann, S. (2014). Planning across borders in a climate of change. London: Routledge.

Book Chapters

  • Alizadeh, T., Farid, R., Willems, L. (2018). The Role of Social Media in Public Involvement: Pushing for Sustainability in International Planning and Development. In Carlos Nunes Silva (Eds.), New Approaches, Methods, and Tools in Urban E-Planning, (pp. 310-342). Hershey: IGI Global. [More Information]
  • Alizadeh, T. (2017). The role of telecommunication in post-petroleum planning: The tale of National Broadband Network in Australia. In Jago Dodson, Neil Sipe and Anitra Nelson (Eds.), Planning After Petroleum: Preparing Cities for the Age Beyond Oil, (pp. 209-221). Oxon: Routledge.
  • Alizadeh, T., Sipe, N. (2014). Inter-sectoral and inner- sectoral borders across critical infrastructure: Lessons from the US and Australia. In Wendy Steele, Tooran Alizadeh, Leila Eslami-Andargoli, Silvia Serrao-Neumann (Eds.), Planning across borders in a climate of change, (pp. 90-106). London: Routledge.
  • Alizadeh, T. (2010). The Interaction between Local and Regional KnowledgeBased Development: Towards a Quadruple Helix Model. In Kostas Metaxiotis, Francisco Javier Carrillo, Tan Yigitcanlar (Eds.), Knowledge-Based Development for Cities and Societies: Integrated Multi-Level Approaches, (pp. 81-98). Hershey, PA, USA: IGI Global.

Journals

  • Grubesic, T., Helderop, E., Alizadeh, T. (2018). Closing information asymmetries: A scale agnostic approach for exploring equity implications of broadband provision. Telecommunications Policy, 43(1), 50-66. [More Information]
  • Alizadeh, T., Irajifar, L. (2018). Gold Coast smart city strategy: Informed by local planning priorities and international smart city best practices. International Journal of Knowledge-Based Development, 9(2), 153-173. [More Information]
  • Hamanifard, Z., Alizadeh, T., Bosman, C., Coiacetto, E. (2018). Measuring experiential qualities of urban public spaces: users' perspective. Journal of Urban Design, online (in press). [More Information]
  • Hamanifard, Z., Alizadeh, T., Bosman, C. (2018). Towards a framework of public space governance. Cities, 78, 155-165. [More Information]
  • Alizadeh, T., Farid, R., Sarkar, S. (2018). Towards Understanding the Socio-Economic Patterns of Sharing Economy in Australia: An Investigation of Airbnb Listings in Sydney and Melbourne Metropolitan Regions. Urban Policy and Research, 36(4), 445-463. [More Information]
  • Alizadeh, T. (2017). An investigation of IBM's Smarter Cites Challenge: What do participating cities want? Cities, 63, 70-80. [More Information]
  • Alizadeh, T. (2017). Planning Deficiencies and Telecommunication Infrastructure: A Multi-level Investigation of the National Broadband Network in Australia. DISP, 53(3), 43-57. [More Information]
  • Alizadeh, T., Farid, R. (2017). Political economy of telecommunication infrastructure: An investigation of the National Broadband Network early rollout and pork barrel politics in Australia. Telecommunications Policy, 41(4), 242-252. [More Information]
  • Alizadeh, T., Tomerini, D., Colbran, S. (2017). Teaching Planning Studios: An Online Assessment Task to Enhance the First Year Experience. Journal of Planning Education and Research, 37(2), 234-245. [More Information]
  • Alizadeh, T. (2017). Urban Digital Strategies: Planning in the face of information technology? Journal of Urban Technology, 24(2), 35-49. [More Information]
  • Alizadeh, T., Grubesic, T., Helderop, E. (2017). Urban governance and big corporations in the digital economy: An investigation of socio-spatial implications of Google Fiber in Kansas City. Telematics and Informatics, 34(7), 973-986. [More Information]
  • Alizadeh, T., Shearer, H. (2016). Australian local governments and the early national broadband network roll-out: an online survey. Commonwealth Journal of Local Governance, 19(5448), 40-57. [More Information]
  • Alizadeh, T., Sipe, N. (2016). Telecommunications and transportation infrastructure: inter- and intra-sectoral borders - perspectives from Australia and the US. International Planning Studies, 21(1), 50-63. [More Information]
  • Irajifar, L., Sipe, N., Alizadeh, T. (2016). The impact of urban form on disaster resiliency: A case study of Brisbane and Ipswich, Australia. International Journal of Disaster Resilience in the Built Environment, 7(3), 259-275. [More Information]
  • Alizadeh, T., Sipe, N. (2016). Vancouver's Digital Strategy: Disruption, new direction, or business as usual? International Journal of E-Planning Research, 5(4), 1-15. [More Information]
  • Alizadeh, T. (2015). A policy analysis of two digital strategies: Brisbane vs. Vancouver. International Journal of Knowledge-Based Development, 6(2), 85-103. [More Information]
  • Alizadeh, T., Shearer, H. (2015). A snapshot of high-speed broadband responses at local government level in Australia: a marriage between federally funded initiatives and locally driven innovations? Australian Planner, 52(1), 42-50. [More Information]
  • Alizadeh, T., Sipe, N. (2015). Brisbane's digital strategy: an economic strategy for the digital age? Australian Planner, 52(1), 35-41. [More Information]
  • Shafaghat, A., Keyvanfar, A., Ferwati, M., Alizadeh, T. (2015). Enhancing staff's satisfaction with comfort toward productivity by sustainable Open Plan Office Design. Sustainable Cities and Society, 19, 151-164. [More Information]
  • Alizadeh, T. (2015). Local Government Planning and High-Speed Broadband in Australia. Journal of Urban Technology, 22(4), 23-43. [More Information]
  • Alizadeh, T., Shearer, H., Sipe, N. (2015). Planning Implications of Telecommunication: Why telecommunication infrastructure? Why now? Australian Planner, 52(1), 1-3. [More Information]
  • Willems, L., Alizadeh, T. (2015). Social media for public involvement and sustainability in international planning and development. International Journal of E-Planning Research, 4(4), 1-17. [More Information]
  • Albayati, D., Sipe, N., Alizadeh, T., Tomerini, D. (2015). The impact of urban form on travel behavior in three Baghdad neighborhoods affected by terrorism. Urban, Planning and Transport Research, 3(1), 32-45. [More Information]
  • Alizadeh, T. (2015). The spatial justice implications of telecommunication infrastructure: The socio-economic status of early national broadband network rollout in Australia. International Journal of Critical Infrastructures, 11(3), 278-296. [More Information]
  • Alizadeh, T., Sipe, N., Dodson, J. (2014). Spatial Planning and High-Speed Broadband: Australia's National Broadband Network and Metropolitan Planning. International Planning Studies, 19, 359-378. [More Information]
  • Alizadeh, T., Sipe, N. (2013). Impediments to Teleworking in Live/Work Communities: Local Planning Regulations and Tax Policies. Urban Policy and Research, 31(2), 208-224. [More Information]
  • Steele, W., Alizadeh, T., Eslami-Andargoli, L. (2013). Planning across borders. Australian Planner, 50(2), 96-102. [More Information]
  • Steele, W., Alizadeh, T., Eslami-Andargoli, L. (2013). Planning across borders Why a focus on borders? Why now? Australian Planner, 50(2), 93-95. [More Information]
  • Alizadeh, T. (2013). Planning implications of telework: a policy analysis of the Sydney metropolitan strategy. Australian Planner, 50(4), 304-315. [More Information]
  • Alizadeh, T. (2012). Desired configuration of live/work communities for information workers: a new perspective on an old debate between mixed-use small towns vs. mono-functional suburbia. International Journal of Knowledge-Based Development, 3(3), 264-282. [More Information]
  • Alizadeh, T. (2012). Teleworkers' Characteristics in Live/Work Communities: Lessons from the United States and Australia. Journal of Urban Technology, 19(3), 63-84. [More Information]
  • Alizadeh, T. (2009). Urban design in the digital age: a literature review of telework and wired communities. Journal of Urbanism, 2(3), 195-213.

Conferences

  • Alizadeh, T. (2018). Crowdsourced Smart Cities versus Corporate Smart Cities. 4th PlanoCosmo International Conference 2018: �Transforming beyond Borders, Starting the New Urban Agenda�, bandung: IOP Publishing. [More Information]
  • Alizadeh, T., Sarkar, S., Burgoyne, S., Elton-Pym, A., Dowling, R. (2018). Enabling smart participatory local government: Preliminary Findings. Smart and Sustainable Built Environments (SASBE), Sydney: The Society of Building Science Educators.
  • Barbaric, M., Alizadeh, T. (2017). Gold Coast Light Rail performance-based public private partnerships: An effective delivery model? State of Australian Cities (SOAC), Adelaide: SOAC 2017. [More Information]
  • Alizadeh, T., Irajifar, L. (2017). Towards Gold Coast Smart City: A Combination of Local Planning Priorities and International Best Practices. State of Australian Cities (SOAC), Adelaide: SOAC 2017. [More Information]
  • Tomerini, D., Alizadeh, T. (2016). Towards an understanding of the higher education experience of planning students with refugee backgrounds. Australia and New Zealand Association of Planning Schools 2016 (ANZAPS), Sydney: ANZAPS.
  • Vaez, S., Burke, M., Alizadeh, T. (2016). Urban Form and Wayfinding: Review of Cognitive and Spatial Knowledge for Individuals' Navigation. The 38th Australasian Transport Research Forum (ATRF) 2016, Canberra: Australasian Transport Forum.
  • Zamanifard, H., Alizadeh, T., Coiacetto, E., Sipe, N. (2016). Why Some Places Do Better than Others: A Closer Look at Urban Public Space Management. 9th International Urban Design Conference 2016, Nerang: Association for Sustainability in Business Inc.
  • Irajifar, L., Alizadeh, T., Sipe, N. (2015). Neighbourhood Disaster Resilience Index: A Validation in the Context of Brisbane and Ipswich 2010/2011 Floods. 2015 State of Australian Cities National Conference (SOAC 2015), Gold Coast: Australian Cities Research Network (ACRN).
  • Irajifar, L., Alizadeh, T., Sipe, N. (2015). Resilience Assessment: Recovery of Brisbane Neighbourhoods after 2011 Flood. 7th International i-Rec Conference: Reconstruction and Recovery in Urban Contexts, London: University College London.
  • Alizadeh, T. (2015). Telecommunication infrastructure and pork barrel politics? An investigation of the National Broadband Network early rollout and voting behaviour in Australia. 2015 State of Australian Cities National Conference (SOAC 2015), Gold Coast: Australian Cities Research Network (ACRN).
  • Alizadeh, T., Colbran, S. (2014). Introduction and evaluation of an online assessment to enhance first year Urban and Environmental Planning students' time-on-task. ANZAPS: Planning, Politics and People - Australia & New Zealand Association of Planning Schools Conference, Palmerston North: Massey University.
  • Irajifar, L., Alizadeh, T., Sipe, N. (2013). Disaster resiliency measurement frameworks: State of the art. 19th CIB World Building Congress 2013, Brisbane: Queensland University of Technology.
  • Alizadeh, T. (2013). Towards the socio-economic patterns of the National Broadband Network rollout in Australia. 6th State of Australian Cities National Conference (SOAC 2013), Sydney: State of Australian Cities Research Network.
  • Alizadeh, T., Dodson, J., Sipe, N. (2011). Metropolitan planning and NBN: A comparative policy analysis, Sydney vs. Brisbane. 2011 State of Australian Cities Conference (SOAC 2011), Melbourne: State of Australian Cities Research Network.
  • Alizadeh, T. (2011). Urban implications of telework: Policy gap in Sydney metropolitan planning? World Planning Schools Congress 2011 (WPSC 2011), Perth, Australia: University of Western Australia.
  • Alizadeh, T. (2010). Towards Efficient Regulatory Environment for Telework in the Digital Age. 4th Housing Researchers Conference (APNHR 2009), Sydney, Australia: City Futures Research Centre, University of New South Wales.

Magazine / Newspaper Articles

  • Alizadeh, T., Farid, R., Sarkar, S. (2018). Airbnb: who's in, who's out, and what this tells us about rental impacts in Sydney and Melbourne. The Conversation.
  • Alizadeh, T. (2018). Reimagining Sydney with 3 CBDs: how far off is a Parramatta CBD? The Conversation.
  • Alizadeh, T. (2018). Reimagining Sydney: this is what needs to be done to make a Central City CBD work. The Conversation.
  • Alizadeh, T. (2018). Turnbull's government must accept responsibility for delivering an equitable NBN for all Australians. The Conversation.
  • Alizadeh, T. (2017). The NBN: how a national infrastructure dream fell short. The Conversation.

2018

  • Alizadeh, T., Farid, R., Sarkar, S. (2018). Airbnb: who's in, who's out, and what this tells us about rental impacts in Sydney and Melbourne. The Conversation.
  • Grubesic, T., Helderop, E., Alizadeh, T. (2018). Closing information asymmetries: A scale agnostic approach for exploring equity implications of broadband provision. Telecommunications Policy, 43(1), 50-66. [More Information]
  • Alizadeh, T. (2018). Crowdsourced Smart Cities versus Corporate Smart Cities. 4th PlanoCosmo International Conference 2018: �Transforming beyond Borders, Starting the New Urban Agenda�, bandung: IOP Publishing. [More Information]
  • Alizadeh, T., Sarkar, S., Burgoyne, S., Elton-Pym, A., Dowling, R. (2018). Enabling smart participatory local government: Preliminary Findings. Smart and Sustainable Built Environments (SASBE), Sydney: The Society of Building Science Educators.
  • Alizadeh, T., Irajifar, L. (2018). Gold Coast smart city strategy: Informed by local planning priorities and international smart city best practices. International Journal of Knowledge-Based Development, 9(2), 153-173. [More Information]
  • Hamanifard, Z., Alizadeh, T., Bosman, C., Coiacetto, E. (2018). Measuring experiential qualities of urban public spaces: users' perspective. Journal of Urban Design, online (in press). [More Information]
  • Alizadeh, T. (2018). Reimagining Sydney with 3 CBDs: how far off is a Parramatta CBD? The Conversation.
  • Alizadeh, T. (2018). Reimagining Sydney: this is what needs to be done to make a Central City CBD work. The Conversation.
  • Alizadeh, T., Farid, R., Willems, L. (2018). The Role of Social Media in Public Involvement: Pushing for Sustainability in International Planning and Development. In Carlos Nunes Silva (Eds.), New Approaches, Methods, and Tools in Urban E-Planning, (pp. 310-342). Hershey: IGI Global. [More Information]
  • Hamanifard, Z., Alizadeh, T., Bosman, C. (2018). Towards a framework of public space governance. Cities, 78, 155-165. [More Information]
  • Alizadeh, T., Farid, R., Sarkar, S. (2018). Towards Understanding the Socio-Economic Patterns of Sharing Economy in Australia: An Investigation of Airbnb Listings in Sydney and Melbourne Metropolitan Regions. Urban Policy and Research, 36(4), 445-463. [More Information]
  • Alizadeh, T. (2018). Turnbull's government must accept responsibility for delivering an equitable NBN for all Australians. The Conversation.

2017

  • Alizadeh, T. (2017). An investigation of IBM's Smarter Cites Challenge: What do participating cities want? Cities, 63, 70-80. [More Information]
  • Barbaric, M., Alizadeh, T. (2017). Gold Coast Light Rail performance-based public private partnerships: An effective delivery model? State of Australian Cities (SOAC), Adelaide: SOAC 2017. [More Information]
  • Alizadeh, T. (2017). Planning Deficiencies and Telecommunication Infrastructure: A Multi-level Investigation of the National Broadband Network in Australia. DISP, 53(3), 43-57. [More Information]
  • Alizadeh, T., Farid, R. (2017). Political economy of telecommunication infrastructure: An investigation of the National Broadband Network early rollout and pork barrel politics in Australia. Telecommunications Policy, 41(4), 242-252. [More Information]
  • Alizadeh, T., Tomerini, D., Colbran, S. (2017). Teaching Planning Studios: An Online Assessment Task to Enhance the First Year Experience. Journal of Planning Education and Research, 37(2), 234-245. [More Information]
  • Alizadeh, T. (2017). The NBN: how a national infrastructure dream fell short. The Conversation.
  • Alizadeh, T. (2017). The role of telecommunication in post-petroleum planning: The tale of National Broadband Network in Australia. In Jago Dodson, Neil Sipe and Anitra Nelson (Eds.), Planning After Petroleum: Preparing Cities for the Age Beyond Oil, (pp. 209-221). Oxon: Routledge.
  • Alizadeh, T., Irajifar, L. (2017). Towards Gold Coast Smart City: A Combination of Local Planning Priorities and International Best Practices. State of Australian Cities (SOAC), Adelaide: SOAC 2017. [More Information]
  • Alizadeh, T. (2017). Urban Digital Strategies: Planning in the face of information technology? Journal of Urban Technology, 24(2), 35-49. [More Information]
  • Alizadeh, T., Grubesic, T., Helderop, E. (2017). Urban governance and big corporations in the digital economy: An investigation of socio-spatial implications of Google Fiber in Kansas City. Telematics and Informatics, 34(7), 973-986. [More Information]

2016

  • Alizadeh, T., Shearer, H. (2016). Australian local governments and the early national broadband network roll-out: an online survey. Commonwealth Journal of Local Governance, 19(5448), 40-57. [More Information]
  • Alizadeh, T., Sipe, N. (2016). Telecommunications and transportation infrastructure: inter- and intra-sectoral borders - perspectives from Australia and the US. International Planning Studies, 21(1), 50-63. [More Information]
  • Irajifar, L., Sipe, N., Alizadeh, T. (2016). The impact of urban form on disaster resiliency: A case study of Brisbane and Ipswich, Australia. International Journal of Disaster Resilience in the Built Environment, 7(3), 259-275. [More Information]
  • Tomerini, D., Alizadeh, T. (2016). Towards an understanding of the higher education experience of planning students with refugee backgrounds. Australia and New Zealand Association of Planning Schools 2016 (ANZAPS), Sydney: ANZAPS.
  • Vaez, S., Burke, M., Alizadeh, T. (2016). Urban Form and Wayfinding: Review of Cognitive and Spatial Knowledge for Individuals' Navigation. The 38th Australasian Transport Research Forum (ATRF) 2016, Canberra: Australasian Transport Forum.
  • Alizadeh, T., Sipe, N. (2016). Vancouver's Digital Strategy: Disruption, new direction, or business as usual? International Journal of E-Planning Research, 5(4), 1-15. [More Information]
  • Zamanifard, H., Alizadeh, T., Coiacetto, E., Sipe, N. (2016). Why Some Places Do Better than Others: A Closer Look at Urban Public Space Management. 9th International Urban Design Conference 2016, Nerang: Association for Sustainability in Business Inc.

2015

  • Alizadeh, T. (2015). A policy analysis of two digital strategies: Brisbane vs. Vancouver. International Journal of Knowledge-Based Development, 6(2), 85-103. [More Information]
  • Alizadeh, T., Shearer, H. (2015). A snapshot of high-speed broadband responses at local government level in Australia: a marriage between federally funded initiatives and locally driven innovations? Australian Planner, 52(1), 42-50. [More Information]
  • Alizadeh, T., Sipe, N. (2015). Brisbane's digital strategy: an economic strategy for the digital age? Australian Planner, 52(1), 35-41. [More Information]
  • Shafaghat, A., Keyvanfar, A., Ferwati, M., Alizadeh, T. (2015). Enhancing staff's satisfaction with comfort toward productivity by sustainable Open Plan Office Design. Sustainable Cities and Society, 19, 151-164. [More Information]
  • Alizadeh, T. (2015). Local Government Planning and High-Speed Broadband in Australia. Journal of Urban Technology, 22(4), 23-43. [More Information]
  • Irajifar, L., Alizadeh, T., Sipe, N. (2015). Neighbourhood Disaster Resilience Index: A Validation in the Context of Brisbane and Ipswich 2010/2011 Floods. 2015 State of Australian Cities National Conference (SOAC 2015), Gold Coast: Australian Cities Research Network (ACRN).
  • Alizadeh, T., Shearer, H., Sipe, N. (2015). Planning Implications of Telecommunication: Why telecommunication infrastructure? Why now? Australian Planner, 52(1), 1-3. [More Information]
  • Irajifar, L., Alizadeh, T., Sipe, N. (2015). Resilience Assessment: Recovery of Brisbane Neighbourhoods after 2011 Flood. 7th International i-Rec Conference: Reconstruction and Recovery in Urban Contexts, London: University College London.
  • Willems, L., Alizadeh, T. (2015). Social media for public involvement and sustainability in international planning and development. International Journal of E-Planning Research, 4(4), 1-17. [More Information]
  • Alizadeh, T. (2015). Telecommunication infrastructure and pork barrel politics? An investigation of the National Broadband Network early rollout and voting behaviour in Australia. 2015 State of Australian Cities National Conference (SOAC 2015), Gold Coast: Australian Cities Research Network (ACRN).
  • Albayati, D., Sipe, N., Alizadeh, T., Tomerini, D. (2015). The impact of urban form on travel behavior in three Baghdad neighborhoods affected by terrorism. Urban, Planning and Transport Research, 3(1), 32-45. [More Information]
  • Alizadeh, T. (2015). The spatial justice implications of telecommunication infrastructure: The socio-economic status of early national broadband network rollout in Australia. International Journal of Critical Infrastructures, 11(3), 278-296. [More Information]

2014

  • Alizadeh, T., Sipe, N. (2014). Inter-sectoral and inner- sectoral borders across critical infrastructure: Lessons from the US and Australia. In Wendy Steele, Tooran Alizadeh, Leila Eslami-Andargoli, Silvia Serrao-Neumann (Eds.), Planning across borders in a climate of change, (pp. 90-106). London: Routledge.
  • Alizadeh, T., Colbran, S. (2014). Introduction and evaluation of an online assessment to enhance first year Urban and Environmental Planning students' time-on-task. ANZAPS: Planning, Politics and People - Australia & New Zealand Association of Planning Schools Conference, Palmerston North: Massey University.
  • Steele, W., Alizadeh, T., Eslami-Andargoli, L., Serrao-Neumann, S. (2014). Planning across borders in a climate of change. London: Routledge.
  • Alizadeh, T., Sipe, N., Dodson, J. (2014). Spatial Planning and High-Speed Broadband: Australia's National Broadband Network and Metropolitan Planning. International Planning Studies, 19, 359-378. [More Information]

2013

  • Irajifar, L., Alizadeh, T., Sipe, N. (2013). Disaster resiliency measurement frameworks: State of the art. 19th CIB World Building Congress 2013, Brisbane: Queensland University of Technology.
  • Alizadeh, T., Sipe, N. (2013). Impediments to Teleworking in Live/Work Communities: Local Planning Regulations and Tax Policies. Urban Policy and Research, 31(2), 208-224. [More Information]
  • Steele, W., Alizadeh, T., Eslami-Andargoli, L. (2013). Planning across borders. Australian Planner, 50(2), 96-102. [More Information]
  • Steele, W., Alizadeh, T., Eslami-Andargoli, L. (2013). Planning across borders Why a focus on borders? Why now? Australian Planner, 50(2), 93-95. [More Information]
  • Alizadeh, T. (2013). Planning implications of telework: a policy analysis of the Sydney metropolitan strategy. Australian Planner, 50(4), 304-315. [More Information]
  • Alizadeh, T. (2013). Towards the socio-economic patterns of the National Broadband Network rollout in Australia. 6th State of Australian Cities National Conference (SOAC 2013), Sydney: State of Australian Cities Research Network.

2012

  • Alizadeh, T. (2012). Desired configuration of live/work communities for information workers: a new perspective on an old debate between mixed-use small towns vs. mono-functional suburbia. International Journal of Knowledge-Based Development, 3(3), 264-282. [More Information]
  • Alizadeh, T. (2012). Teleworkers' Characteristics in Live/Work Communities: Lessons from the United States and Australia. Journal of Urban Technology, 19(3), 63-84. [More Information]

2011

  • Alizadeh, T., Dodson, J., Sipe, N. (2011). Metropolitan planning and NBN: A comparative policy analysis, Sydney vs. Brisbane. 2011 State of Australian Cities Conference (SOAC 2011), Melbourne: State of Australian Cities Research Network.
  • Alizadeh, T. (2011). Urban implications of telework: Policy gap in Sydney metropolitan planning? World Planning Schools Congress 2011 (WPSC 2011), Perth, Australia: University of Western Australia.

2010

  • Alizadeh, T. (2010). The Interaction between Local and Regional KnowledgeBased Development: Towards a Quadruple Helix Model. In Kostas Metaxiotis, Francisco Javier Carrillo, Tan Yigitcanlar (Eds.), Knowledge-Based Development for Cities and Societies: Integrated Multi-Level Approaches, (pp. 81-98). Hershey, PA, USA: IGI Global.
  • Alizadeh, T. (2010). Towards Efficient Regulatory Environment for Telework in the Digital Age. 4th Housing Researchers Conference (APNHR 2009), Sydney, Australia: City Futures Research Centre, University of New South Wales.

2009

  • Alizadeh, T. (2009). Urban design in the digital age: a literature review of telework and wired communities. Journal of Urbanism, 2(3), 195-213.

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