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Azzali, Simona (2019) Mega sporting events and their impact on the built environment: lessons learned from the past. A|Z ITU Journal of the Faculty of Architecture, 16 (2). pp. 25-37.

Azzali, Simona (2019) Mega sporting events as tools of urban redevelopment: lessons learned from Rio de Janeiro. Proceedings of the Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE): Urban Design and Planning, 172 (3). pp. 81-89.

Azzali, Simona, and Tomba, Mattia (2018) The rise of mega sports events in the Gulf Region: what legacies for the city of Doha after the 2022 World Cup? In: [Presented at the Gulf Research Meeting 2018]. From: Gulf Research Meeting 2018, 31 July - 03 August 2018, Cambridge, UK.

Azzali, Simona, and Abdel Sabour, Eman (2018) The way-finding in educational modular buildings: the case of the male engineering building at Qatar university. Advances in Civil Engineering, 2018 (6076021).

Azzali, Simona, and Tomba, Mattia (2018) Urban development and planning practice in Doha. Middle East Journal, 180.

Azzali, Simona, and Mazzetto, Silvia (2018) Urban development and identity between modernity and tradition in the global oil city of Doha, Qatar. In: [Presented at the Great Asian Streets Symposium]. From: The Great Asian Streets Symposium (GASS), 14-16 December 2018, Singapore.

Azzali, Simona, and Tomba, Mattia (2018) Urban development and planning practice in Doha. Qatar Insights, 1 (180). pp. 9-18.

Azzali, Simona, and Abdel Sabour, Eman (2018) A framework for improving sustainable mobility in higher education campuses: the case study of Qatar University. Case Studies on Transport Policy, 6 (4). pp. 603-612.

Azzali, Simona, and Tomba, Mattia (2018) The rise of mega sports events in the Persian Gulf Region: risks and opportunities of the 2022 World Cup. In: [Presented at InterAsian Connections VI]. From: InterAsian Connections VI, 4-7 December 2018, Hanoi, Vietnam.

Azzali, Simona (2017) Mega sports events and public spaces: the case of Doha and the 2022 World Cup. In: The Entrepreneurial City: 10th conference of the International Forum on Urbanism. pp. 453-463. From: IFOU 2017: 10th Conference of the International Forum on Urbanism, 14-16 December 2017, Hong Kong.

Azzali, Simona (2017) Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park: an assessment of the 2012 London Games. City, Territory and Architecture, 4 (11).

Azzali, Simona (2017) Sustainable and livable open spaces in the city of Doha: an investigation into the legacies of mega sport events. PhD thesis, Qatar University.

Azzali, Simona (2017) Mega-events and urban planning: Doha as a case study. Urban Design International, 22 (1). pp. 3-12.

Azzali, Simona (2017) Fragmentation, polarization, and discontinuity of Doha's planning practise: the urban legacies of the 2022 World Cup. In: [Presented at the National University of Signapore Global Urban Studies Cluster]. From: National University of Singapore Global Urban Studies Cluster, 2 October 2017, Singapore.

Azzali, Simona (2017) Public transport in the Gulf Region: is the development of a BRT system a viable option for Doha? Journal of Sustainable Development, 10 (6). pp. 234-240.

Azzali, Simona (2017) The legacies of Sochi 2014 Winter Olympics: an evaluation of the Adler Olympic Park. Urban Research and Practice, 10 (3). pp. 329-349.

Anderson, Allison (2016) Urban design and tourism in the tropics. PhD thesis, James Cook University.

Azzali, Simona (2016) Qatar 2022 World Cup and its legacies: how to promote sustainable and livable open spaces in the city of Doha through mega sports events? In: [Presented at] Qatar Green Building Conference 2016 - The Action. From: Qatar Green Building Conference - The Action, 13-14 November 2016, Doha, Qatar.

Azzali, Simona (2016) The Aspire Zone in Doha: a post-occupancy evaluation of the long-term legacies of 2006 Asian Games. Journal of Urban Regeneration and Renewal, 9 (4). pp. 393-405.

Azzali, Simona (2016) Sustainable and liveable open spaces in the city of Doha: an investigation into the legacies of mega sports events. In: [Presented at] 4th World Planning Schools Congress. From: IV World Planning Schools Congress 2016 (WPSC 2016), 3-7 July 2016, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. (Unpublished)

Azzali, Simona (2016) The role of mega-events in urban planning. Examples from the Gulf Region. In: [Presented at the Qatar University Annual Research Forum]. From: QUARF 16: Qatar University Annual Research Forum, 3 May 2016, Doha, Qatar.

Azzali, Simona (2016) The 2012 London games: can Olympic legacies be sustainable? In: NewDist (July 2016 Special Issue) pp. 262-268. From: SBE16: Sustainable Built Envrionment: towards post-carbon cities, 18-19 February 2016, Torino, Italy.

Azzali, Simona (2016) Doha and its Sports City: an assessment of the long-term legacies of the Aspire Zone. In: QScience Proceedings (2016) From: Qatar Foundation Annual Research Conference 2016, 3-4 May 2016, Doha, Qatar.

Azzali, Simona (2016) The impact of rapid motorization and urban growth: an analysis of the city of Doha, Qatar. The Arab World Geographer, 18 (4). pp. 299-309.

Azzali, Simona, and Abdel Sabour, Eman (2015) How to improve sustainability inside higher educational institutions: a strategic plan for Qatar University. In: QScience Proceedings (2015) From: Qatar Green Building Conference 2015, 27-28 April 2015, Doha, Qatar.

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Carson, Dean, Schmallegger, Doris, and Harwood, Sharon (2010) A city for the temporary? Political economy and urban planning in Darwin, Australia. Urban Policy and Research, 28 (3). pp. 293-310.

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Daniel, Claire, Morrison, Tiffany, and Phinn, Stuart (2016) The governance of private residential land in cities and spatial effects on tree cover. Environmental Science & Policy, 62. pp. 79-89.

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Hettiarachchi, Missaka, Morrison, Tiffany H., and Mcalpine, Clive (2017) Power, politics and policy in the appropriation of urban wetlands: the critical case of Sri Lanka. Journal of Peasant Studies.

Harwood, Sharon, Carson, Dean, Wensing, Ed, and Jackson, Luke (2014) Natural hazard resilient communities and land use planning: the limitations of planning governance in tropical Australia. Journal of Geography & Natural Disasters, 4 (2). 1000130. pp. 1-15.

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Kuah, Adrian (2018) Tropical urbanisation and the life of public housing in Singapore. Etropic: electronic journal of studies in the tropics, 17 (1). pp. 41-59.

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Pearce, Meryl, Willis, Eileen, Mamerow, Loreen, Jorgensen, Bradley, and Martin, John (2014) The prestige of sustainable living: implications for water use in Australia. Geographical Journal, 180 (2). pp. 161-174.

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Salama, Ashraf, Wiedmann, Florian, and Azzali, Simona (2017) Public spaces and everyday practices of migrant labour in Gulf cities. In: [Presented at] UK-Ireland Planning Research Conference 2017. pp. 22-23. From: Planning Research Conference (PRC): Transcending Boundaries: Global Flows and Spatial Justice, 11-13 September 2017, Belfast, UK. (Unpublished)

Shearer, Heather, Taygfeld, Pazit, Coiacetto, Eddo, Dodson, Jago, and Banhalmi-Zakar, Zsuzsa (2013) The capacities of private developers in urban climate change adaptation. Report. National Climate Change Adaptation Research Facility, Gold Coast, QLD, Australia.

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Ware, Daniel, and Banhalmi-Zakar, Zsuzsa (2018) Contrasting funding and delivery models for coastal protection – case studies from Australia. In: [Presented at the the 5th International Climate Change Adaptation Conference]. From: 5th International Climate Change Adaptation Conference, 18-21 June 2018, Cape Town, South Africa.

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Zhang, Ye, Azzali, Simona, Stouffs, Rudi, and Janssen, Patrick (2018) Design for walkable neighbourhoods in Singapore using Form-based Codes. In: Abstracts from the 11th International Forum on Urbanism (IFoU) Congress 2018. p. 72. From: 11th International Forum on Urbanism (IFoU) Congress 2018, 10-12 December 2018, Barcelona, Spain.

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